WTD: Power cord for external CD Burner


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outlook help

I have a HP 8200 4x cd burner. Need a power cord.

If you have one please email (e-mail address removed).
 
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outlook help

If you have one, send an email to (e-mail address removed), not
the email address in the original post.

thanks.
 
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Gereon Wenzel

outlook said:
I have a HP 8200 4x cd burner. Need a power cord.

If you have one please email (e-mail address removed).

If the drive has a PS/2 style power connector,
you will need the Power Supply, not the cord.

Gereon
 
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outlook help

Sir,
Specifically, the HP part number is C4504-61230 - It is called a power
supply module.
 
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aero_rob

If you still need this power module, I hae them for sale new at $18.0
each. Do you also need the ac line cord


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aero_ro
 
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paler1940

I need the power supply module for CD-writer plus. HP tells me that the
part number for this module is C4504-61230. Is that what you have for
sale? I also need the power cord (unless it is the same as the
standard PC power cord. Please E-mail @ (e-mail address removed).
 
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Rob Stow

paler1940 said:
I need the power supply module for CD-writer plus. HP tells me that the
part number for this module is C4504-61230. Is that what you have for
sale? I also need the power cord (unless it is the same as the
standard PC power cord. Please E-mail @ (e-mail address removed).

There is probably nothing special about that power supply that
requires you have to get a replacement only from HP. You should
be able to go into a Radio Shack or whatever electronics store is
handy in your area.

Old inkjet printers at garage sales are also a good way to get
replacement power supplies at dirt cheap prices: keep the power
supply, toss the rest.

Just match the voltage and meet or exceed the amperage of your
existing power supply and any generic supply will do as a
replacement.
 
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I got a power supply that has 12v .6amp and 5v 3.0amp DC. I successfully wired it to the HP 8200e CDWriter. Looking at the back of the unit, the power plug is in the form of a triangle. The top pin is ground. The pin to the bottom left is 5 vdc and the pin to the bottom right is 12vdc. The 5 and 12 volts supply the cd-writer and the 5 volt also supplys the usb interface board. The plug is a mini D triangluar plug.
 

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