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GBLOCK

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I am need of a replacement power cord for a Motorola HT750 HT1250 6-Bank gang charger HTN9005A.

Does anyone know the part number, where I can find one for sale and approx price..?

Thanks in advance.
 

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The power cord should be the same as any standard computer power supply cable. It can be found in most electronics stores.

It looks like this, right?

Yes, that is the exact unit I have. What should I search for when looking to purchase on eby or google? Does it have a particular name/model number....?
 

SteveC0625

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Yes, that is the exact unit I have. What should I search for when looking to purchase on eby or google? Does it have a particular name/model number....?
Search Ebay on computer power cord - I got 2,258 hits and most of them appear to be exactly what you need. Pick a trustworthy seller with a low price and shipping. Most are well under $4 each with free shipping.
 

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Or if you don't feel like waiting for shipping, try Radio Shack, Staples, Best Buy, or any other store that sells computer stuff. They usually have replacement or longer power cords.
 

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There are lots of different ones available for that standard cord. How do you want the cord?

1' in black? - Universal Replacement Power Cord - 1' : ACPC-02-1
3' in black? - Universal Replacement Power Cord - 3' : ACPC-02-3
6' right angle black? - 18 AWG 3 SJT Right Angled Power Cord - 6' 7" : 4910.079
6' in gray? - Universal Replacement Power Cord, Gray - 6' : ACPC-02G
8' with fancy rotating plug? - Universal 3-Prong Power Cord w/ 360° Rotational Plug - 8' : ACPC-02R
10' in black? - Black 18AWG 3 SJT Replacement Power Cord - 10' : 17501
10' hospital grade? - 18AWG 3 SJT Hospital Grade PC Power Cord - 10' : HG-ACPC-10

How about from WalMart?
Walmart.com: Cables To Go 03131 6ft Premium Universal Power Cord: Computers
Cables To-Go 10?Universal Power Cord - Walmart.com
Walmart.com: Cables To Go 15' Universal Power Cord: Computers
Walmart.com: Cables To Go 14719 25ft Universal Power Cord: Computers

Edit - Sorry if this sounds kinda harsh, I didn't mean it that way, but wanted to give you examples of what selection you may have for the cord. I have several lengths on hand (and a few colors) since there are times that the smaller 3' cord is enough (and eliminates the rat's nest of cords when several are collecting around the surge protector/outlet strip) and other times a longer one will eliminate the need for an extension cord.
 
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