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any idea where o can get a replacement power supply?

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I snapped the earth pin and now the missus wants me to find a replacement. Tried emailing the company but no response. Can I upload a pic? Any know where I can get one? Cheers guys.
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5m, 1w agoPosted 5 months, 1 week ago
I snapped the earth pin and now the missus wants me to find a replacement. Tried emailing the company but no response.
Can I upload a pic?

Any know where I can get one? Cheers guys.
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5m, 1w agoPosted 5 months, 1 week ago
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#1
What's the device?
#2
What product is it for ?
#3
Anyone know if I can get a thingy for me thingimajig, you know whatchamacallit.
#4
drtongue
Anyone know if I can get a thingy for me thingimajig, you know whatchamacallit.


Yes you can £4.95 in that shop place you know the one X)
#5
I'm trying to upload a pic of the adapter. Need to get it on photbucket.
It's the adapter indoor twig lights.
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#9
It's a dummy earth, Just glue it.
#10
Can't, she threw it out after I took the photo.
#11
371719204669

punch into Fleabaybor search for adaptor 36v AC
#12
Stick a bit of wood in the wall socket then the other socket will be open for your plug. Not recommended if you have children around :-)
#13
PulisOut
Stick a bit of wood in the wall socket then the other socket will be open for your plug. Not recommended if you have children around :-)


I was thinking to do this lol
#14
drtongue
371719204669

punch into Fleabaybor search for adaptor 36v AC


Cheers bud. Seems to be a little damage around the plug bit, worth a punt though I think
#15
richje100
PulisOut
Stick a bit of wood in the wall socket then the other socket will be open for your plug. Not recommended if you have children around :-)
I was thinking to do this lol

I'm old enough to remember when they first started to sell foreign produced products with the two pins plugs. No adaptors just used to cut the plug off and use a pencil to push in the earth then push in the bare wires into he holes :-)
#16
Don't stick anything in the wall socket but stick it in a double adaptor then you can unplug and plug with no worries re death from electrocution.
#17
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Fleabay again
#18
USE THIS Just dont use if you have kids as it has no socket protection or fuse protection or insulated pins :)
#19
Go on eBay and search those ratings, ie voltage output etc, deffo be one on there and cheap
#20
Thanks guys, I don't want to spend a load , the lights only cost £20 quid
#21
Not the ebay ones, they are AC, yours is DC!

Simplest would be to get a cheap extension lead, then defeat the earth interlock and then maybe tape the adapter to it so it's not easy to reveal the unprotected socket
#22
I don't have the adapter, missus threw it out

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