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How do I find out what power adapter I need for my Jensen personal CD player?

4.5 DC/700m AAC/AD power adapter

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  • Debbie Frichette
    Debbie Frichette Nov 18, 2012

    When adapter set at voltage manual says is the corrct one, it doesn't play

  • Howard Wied Nov 18, 2012

    Try a different adapter,

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