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Tuesday 5th December 2006
Andy (Canada)

I recently purchased a leisure vision on ebay and it didnt have a power supply. So I went out and bought one and there's my problem. Don't know if the polarity of the adapter pin is it positive or negative because both pins came with the adapter. I removed the bottom cover of the system and noticed a blue wire and a red one from port on the system. Hope you can tell me which is which. Thanks for your time





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