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Master Geek

Topic # 24008 12-Jul-2008 22:45
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I'm wondering if I could get something locally rather than sourcing the "proper" replacement which will undoubtedly cost dearly.
I'm no expert on these things but it says 5.1 V 2.4A. Does anyone know where I might get something that would do the trick for a reasonable price please?

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  Reply # 147763 14-Jul-2008 13:56
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Have you tried calling Jaycar? They may have something in that line? Might have to do some modifications to it though, in terms of plug etc.

David Elsbury
Freelance Lighting, Sound and AV Technician
"Technician like ninja... live in shadow, move in silence"

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