Google Home power adaptor cable?

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Found 6th Jun
I've recently payed for a refurbished Google Home from eBay. It says it will come without a power cable. I've searched for replacement power adaptors and not found anything. Does anyone have any advice?
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Google don't sell power cables seperately for Home. Somebody contacted Google after their one broke and they replaced the whole unit as they don't sell the cables seperately (though I doubt they will do this since you bought a refurb from eBay). I'm guessing there was a significant price reduction on the Home you bought - this is why.
Edited by: "jamie015" 6th Jun
Can't you build one ?
I saw that too. But there must be a knock off version surely?
Just need a US to GB adapter I guess
kester764 m ago

https://m.ebay.co.uk/itm/Original-Charger-Power-Supply-16-5V-2A-AC-Adapter-for-Google-Home-Speaker-/322458564335


Delivery to UK says 'ask seller'. I can just imagine the silly price lol
The item actually states it comes without a charger. I've contacted them for a refund if it will be shipped without a power cable because technically it's not a 'charger'. I can see now getting a cable could be a pain
Google not using a Micro USB connector on this is just crazy....
Or this
m.ebay.co.uk/itm…289?hash=item33eabb6f01:g:qVIAAOSw3bxa~NEL

Lots of compatible PSUs on ebay. Looks like the standard for MacBooks and LCD tvs
Very grateful to you kester.. I'll see if I get a response from the seller or if I receive the thing without a cable. If not this could be very helpful, cheers
kester761 h, 38 m ago

Or …Or thishttps://m.ebay.co.uk/itm/SONY-AC-Adapter-16-5V-3-9A-AC-FD004E-LOWEST-price-on-ebay-0/222981484289?hash=item33eabb6f01:g:qVIAAOSw3bxa~NELLots of compatible PSUs on ebay. Looks like the standard for MacBooks and LCD tvs


Not sure where you've seen that but older Macbooks use a proprietary Apple Magsafe 1 or 2 Power connector, newer ones use USB-C
Uridium58 m ago

Not sure where you've seen that but older Macbooks use a proprietary Apple …Not sure where you've seen that but older Macbooks use a proprietary Apple Magsafe 1 or 2 Power connector, newer ones use USB-C


Yeah, you lop off the connector and check it with a dvm before soldering the correct connector on.
Do you think this could work UK Innergie mCube Pro TADP-70BB AA 15V 15.5V 16V 16.5V 17V 4.06A Charger amazon.co.uk/dp/…DSE
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