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Topic # 23174 20-Jun-2008 21:05
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I have one of these http://www.dse.co.nz/cgi-bin/dse.storefront/485b70c90c1bd9f0273fc0a87f3b070e/Product/View/M9694 which I purchased new some years ago. 

Naturally, I am now missing the tips and resistors (the little blade fuse looking things which set the voltage) except those which were inserted in it, I'm sure I must have put them somewhere safe and logical, but I do't have a hope in hell of finding them.

Does anybody know where one might purchase replacements from?




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  Reply # 139485 20-Jun-2008 21:19
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Did you try DSE? I am sure they can get them in Cool



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  Reply # 139486 20-Jun-2008 21:37
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rscole86: Did you try DSE? I am sure they can get them in Cool


I looked on the DSE site (and Jaycar) but to no avail, was hoping to find them stocked somewhere if I went into DSE they'd probably just look at me funny and try to sell me a whole new adaptor :-/




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  Reply # 139488 20-Jun-2008 21:50
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DSE can do a spare part order for the product, just tell them the catalogue code and what you want, and someone at DSE can find out for you.

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