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  1. snugglecuddle
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    Hi can anyone tell me please where i can get a plug that i can use to power my daughters fairy lights please. i have 6 hanging lights for my daughters bedroom but have lost the plug/transformer it plugs into. i was wondering if i could just attatch a regular plug to them? the label attatched says the following: Total wattage: 7W, 4 Volt AC Supply
    Frequency 50Hz. IP 20
    Normal Bulb (x30) 4V 0 056A

    Hope to hear from someone soon thanx Sue x:smile:
     
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    Thanx for that i will try there x Sue :)
     
  4. ian.settle1
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    On no account put them on a mormal plug as they will explode.
     
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    Sue, I take it that the at the end of the lights they have some kind of fitting on them that then plugs into the adaptor/ power supply?
    might be worth taking them with you to check the suitability of the adaptor you purchase, as Ian said above, just dont put a standard plug on them.
     
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