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    Old 01-05-05, 08:01 PM
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    Default Changing Playstation 2's Power Supply From 220v- 110v

    can anyone give me some advice. i have a playstation 2which i got from england which uses 220v but where i live we use 110v. i was wondering since it is a PAL if i change the power supply if it will still work or waht
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    It may be just easier to get a step up step down transformer and convert your 110V to 220V. This site has some examples. Since itís only the PS2, the 100W should suffice and you wonít need to open up the PS2.
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