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Power Plug specification

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Hi folks,

We need to get a replacement PSU for our Ultimaker Classic - I know it should be 19V and 120W, but not what outside diameter and pin diameter of plug is required, and unfortunately i don't have easy access to the printer right now. Does anyone here happen to know? Is it a standard size for these power supplies?

Thank you!

 

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When I upgraded my UMO to the new heated bed kit I managed to lose the old power supply.

Can someone else look at their power supply and post the model number for roy? Ultimaker tends to use parts that are easy to find on the internet.

 

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