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Author Topic: Power lead for 3.5" second drive.  (Read 353 times)

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Offline zeropolis79

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Power lead for 3.5" second drive.
« on: 16:54, 13 July 18 »
With my 6128 set up, I've got a 3.5" drive I've not used but now I've got my CPC set up, I'm ready to use it.. But one of the prongs is broken...
What sort of power lead would anyone recommend getting as a replacement? Assuming I can get one of these ones, what would the settings on it need to be (please) - it's one of those with a multiplus polarity and voltage settings.

Many thanks in advance
Patrick J Furlong

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Re: Power lead for 3.5" second drive.
« Reply #1 on: 20:21, 13 July 18 »
External drive with 2.1mm socket?   Likely to be centre postive but could also be centre negative, no way of really knowing without having the drive to check.   

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Re: Power lead for 3.5" second drive.
« Reply #2 on: 23:11, 15 July 18 »
It's part of the casing.
Patrick J Furlong