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Old 01-29-2005, 11:58 AM   #1
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I just recieved my Much-More power supply yesturday and the included plug does not fit my outlet here in Canada. I was reading through the manuel and it talks about 120v and 220v. I was just wondering which type I need to set my power supply too in order for it to run right. Also will a normal computer power supply cable work for the power supply?

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You should use what you use for any other electronic device in Canada.

Yes it will run without any problem

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I would check with TeamMuch More North America for clarity.

I know the units coming in for sale in NA will come with the proper plug. Did you buy yours from the internet?

If so I would try to get the proper plug from the shop where you bought it or contact the above for proper instructions.
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I bought it from HK. It was already set up on 220V so no problem for me!

Check here if you need to change it to 110V http://www.rcingreece.com/index.asp?...s&Car=MuchMore

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Follow instruction from the link above to set the voltage to 110v..... as for the plug, go to a chinese cell phone store, they usually sell cell phones from HK, they should have the proper adaptor for you.......
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