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  1. any hardware store that stocks lighting equipement or electrician supplies has them..
  2. depending on the size, it looks like standard 110 watt house socket connectors... take a look at a normal lamp plugin without a ground... i'm not sure what the exact name for these are though..
  3. yes i got it off of the (hold TP button for 10 seconds) method... there is only numbers, no letters
  4. searching through everyones posts, they had a letter before their S/N (Y,X,W) is there any reason why my radio doesn't? Could that be the reason the code didn't work? i've tried multiples of 2 both ways now up until 5012 and 5000.
  5. Radio code request ;) Becker CDR 220 S/N: 15087281 Type: 4462 24/99
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