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PS2 Power Supply


PS2 Power Supply



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0.57 lbs
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$29.99 (US $29.99)

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PlayStation 2 Power Supply ! In case you damaged the original power supply (built-in) of your PlayStation 2 (e.g. if you connected your Japanese PS2 to 220V) you can use this one as a replacement. Works for SCPH 1000x, SCPH 1500x and SCPH 1800x model of the PlayStation 2, auto voltage from 110V-240V.
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