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    Quote Originally Posted by PlayingItCool94 View Post
    Would it even work since voltage or plug might be different
    The generic ones are universal - 110v to 240V
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    Quote Originally Posted by PlayingItCool94 View Post
    Would it even work since voltage or plug might be different
    N64 power supplies are interchangeable. So they'd work on any console, irrespective of region.
    The thing is to be aware that you'd need a step-down voltage converter if you'd be using a US/JP N64 power supply on our local grid.
    Plug adapters are easily obtainable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheSource View Post
    Hi, I did have a generic universal one but just recently sold it. I will double check if I have anymore floating around. The cheapest option is to buy one on eBay though - should cost about R200 with shipping. Those bidorbuy prices are exorbitant!
    Thanks a lot, yip Bid or buy prices are a tad high. I have family currently over in Portugal this week. Will see if they are able to get one before they come back home next week

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    Quote Originally Posted by PlayingItCool94 View Post
    Would it even work since voltage or plug might be different
    Just make sure you buy one that is confirmed to support 220v.
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