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Power adapter for MK7


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22 minutes ago, chrizree said:

As the manual says; 2A (I have always used a 3A one and it works). The adapter doesn't need to be USB-C, it can be Type A as long as you have a Type A to USB-C cable.

Yeah. the barrel Jack of the pain on the Tetra. Even if you are outside of USA. But I got lucky.

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