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Old 22nd January 2019, 12:09 PM
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My digital clock electrical specifications say 50 Hz input and 9 volts output made in China, the power unit is similar to a cell phone but much larger that plugs into the wall socket and then the cord is round similar to a charger and it plugs into the clock.

Going to get another digital clock for downstairs I don't have cable it's too much for my budget I have the ABS-CBN TV Plus but the time on this unit is sometimes way off and not reliable so before we had to either turn on a cell phone or the computer to get the correct time.
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