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Can an NTSC-J Playstation 2 run safely on 120VAC?
I have acquired a Playstation 2, model "SCPH-55000", i.e., an "NTSC-J" model. It has an internal power supply: the power cable is simply a cable, not a transformer. All of the documentation, both in ...
Sep 22 '11 at 4:06
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