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AC Power Cord for Sanyo M7770K

I am looking for a power cord for the Sanyo M7770K radio/casette player. I lost mine and batteries get expensive.

Thank you,
Dojo Readhead

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  • danita1 Dec 06, 2008

    I too have a Sanyo M7770K radio. It is black, and rectangular. Very retro, and I love it. The sound quality is fantastic.

    It calls for an AC adaptor that is: DC 9V.

    The thing is, I misplaced this adapter a long long long time ago.

    However, I have this different adaptor taken from a children's electric keyboard that I used to play with. It is a completely different adaptor, but it is still compatible with my radio. It says on the label:

    input: 120V AC 60Hz 11w

    output: 7.5 DC 600mA



    I have no idea what all that means! But it works with my radio perfectly! Though I am keeping my eyes open to find a DC 9V adapter so the electric keyboard has it's original adaptor. I wonder if they sell them in stores?

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Remove the power plug and reopen the unit. Usually the socket will be soldered directly to a Printed Circuit Board. Look in the underside (where the solder joints are and you'll see the joints associated with the power socket. One of these is either a bad connection or the solder pad has lifted and broken the track on the PC board. If it's the solder pads give them a workout with a soldering iron if it still plays up scrape the protective lacquer of the PCboard Tracks and resolder them to the socket's solder joints. This should solve your problem. The best way to spot a bad connection is to reinsert your plug (making sure the other end isn't plugged into the wall socket) and lever the plug up, down, left and right. If there's anything faulty you'll see it. The solder joints will move very slightly and if the track is fractured you should spot that too. One other tip is that there is a switch built into the socket which will disable the battery power when you plug the unit into power. I have seen a few of these switches go bad but the chance of that is extremely small. I'd put my money on the socket's solder joints. BMW

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on line radio shack sells the panasonic replacement cord as dircuit city does

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SOURCE: Power Cord for Creature II

I looked and the only thing I could come up with is to e-mail JBL and order a new one. Radio shack, Best Buy, or Futurehsop might be able to help but you have to call them with the model number or go to the store and check it out. Here's the link to JBL if you want to order a new one.

http://www.harmanaudio.com/search_browse/partlist.asp?BrandId=JBL&MarketId=HOM&Parts=CREATUREIIBLK/230

Sorry, wish I had a better answer but there isn't much out there for this.

Posted on Jan 05, 2008

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SOURCE: power cord Cd player mod. #CD-1095

Answer below from:

http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_do_you_get_a_cord_for_a_Durabrand_CD_player_model_cd_1095

You can purchase a generic power cord at Radio Shack. I had the same exact model and found that their catalog number 61-2875 was a perfect fit. It lists for $7.99. To be sure, take your radio in for an exact match. Good luck! :o)

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SOURCE: need to replace lost power cord fpr back pack bantam 181100

the factory power transformer is 5V 1 A model TRX-022A input is AC100-240V 50/60 Hz 0.15A output DC5V 1A

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