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on Tuesday, May, 20, 2003 4:05 PM
How hard is it and how much does it cost to get a new power cord and fuses for a Tron arcade machine? Just wondering.


 
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on Tuesday, May, 20, 2003 4:22 PM
Power cord and fuses. Depends I guess If your looking at something like a good 110 power cord could cost you as little as $2-5 Canadian. And thats at the electronic specialty stores. And the same thing for the fuses as well. If they are slow blow fuses. It all depends on them. Are they the typical fuses found in a fuse box or something that you would use in like a car. and did you mean the power supply as well.




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on Tuesday, May, 20, 2003 4:46 PM
Don't know really. That's what I need to know then I guess. Thanks.


 
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on Tuesday, May, 20, 2003 5:48 PM
If you have the machine hanging around there Sketch take a look and see what kind of fuses you need. I would do that myself first. Then go to the specialty store and pick them up as well as the cord as well. A strong and sturdy one for a game like Tron.




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