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Gamecube Power Issue


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#1 tl2e3le4f

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Posted 05 July 2006 - 07:50 PM

When I came back from a foreign country wih my gamecube, the power supply for it doesn't work anymore. I think it was because when I plugged it in in China, it sent little sparks out. Is there any way to fix it or do I have to buy a new power supply for my gamecube. It's a DOL-101 and the power supply is DOL-002. And if I do have to buy a new power supply, where do I get it? Thanks!

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#2 Wizdabest

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Posted 05 July 2006 - 08:57 PM

Yea, that might be bad.

I'm not really a total 'Electricity and your hardware' buff but I know that the things you plug in here wont work over seas, I'm just not totally sure if there are any exeptions. So what if the only other country I've been in has been Canada. . .

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Posted 07 July 2006 - 09:18 PM

gamecubes suck but i might try looking on ninetendos website about either support or replacement parts.
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