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what does an intellivision power supply like like?

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after going thou all my stuff that was boxed up, i have an intellivision that does not have the power suppy with it. was wondering what the power supply looks like.

 

Thanks,

 

Rick

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Strange. I though the power plug was built into the intv. At least on mine it was.

 

It is similar to the ones used by PSX, Dreamcast, 3do, etc. I believe.

 

But I could very well be wrong.

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Strange.  I though the power plug was built into the intv.  At least on mine it was.

 

It is similar to the ones used by PSX, Dreamcast, 3do, etc.  I believe.

 

But I could very well be wrong.

 

OOPS... i just double checked and it's an intellivision 2 :dunce:

 

where's the edit button?? :ponder:

Rick

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If you can't find an Intellivision II power supply, you might consider using an Atari 5200 power supply instead. It's what I've been doing, and so far it has worked fine.

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"what does an intellivision power supply like like?"

 

It likes to be caressed, gently. Whispering sweet nothings is good, too.

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"what does an intellivision power supply like like?"

 

It likes to be caressed' date=' gently. Whispering sweet nothings is good, too.[/quote']

 

LOL,I didnt even notice the title of the thread. :lolblue:

 

They should be fed 95% filtered currents with a side order of electrons..... :D

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