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==Power supply==
 
==Power supply==
 
===Model 1 US===
 
===Model 1 US===
There are a few different types of power supplies for the model 1. The important distinction is the output voltage: some provide 9V, others 10V. Beyond that, they differ by input wattage, which does not matter to the functionality of the console and only affets power consumption. Check the voltage rating printed on the bottom of the model 1 for the correct voltage before using a power supply you find in the wild.
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There are a few different types of power supplies for the model 1. The important distinction is the output voltage: one provides 9V, the other 10V. Others differ by input wattage, which does not matter to the functionality of the console. Check the voltage rating printed on the bottom of the model 1 for the correct voltage before using a power supply you find in the wild.
  
 
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