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I ordered the wrong power supply & cable

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Hello,

recently ordered a ultimaker 2 and had it shipped to Canada. When I opened my printer I noticed that I had received the EU power cord instead of the US power cord.

I want to know if I need to buy a new power supply and power cord cable, or if I can just use an adapter with the EU power cord and cable that I ordered.

Will this have any negative impact on the printer or negatively impact the overall performance if I take this route.

Power supply model : GS220A24

Thanks

 

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Just use another cable and it'll work fine. You might even have a suitable one around the house, it's the same type of cable that is used for PC power supplies. If you don't have a spare you can walk into any PC store and buy one cheaply (or ask family/friends if they happen to have a cable lying around).

 

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