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Hi everyone

Had a totally random thought and bearing in mind it was about 3AM it probably doesn't even make sense or would even work, I'm not the most knowledgeable on this either

I currently own a 9092 large gameboard which is battery operated. But I was wondering with some extra cables, a splitter of some kind and an ultimate power remote for example. Would it be possible to convert a battery powered board to a plug in to the wall board?

Only reason I am asking is that the battery operated boards do not produce a steady vibration like a plug-in board would

Again probably a dumb thought and idea. If it's not possible then will just have to stick with what I have or save up for an ultimate board

 

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Thanks Zak

The power cord to me looks just like a standard AC Adapter which I can get for much cheaper may even have one at home

Will probably need a splitter and the ultimate controller. Trying to minimize costs as I don't live in the USA

 

I would love to purchase an ultimate board one day but shipping costs will likely be very costly 

 

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I'll probably purchase an AC adapter and a splitter at first and see if my remote works. 

Im not going to attempt splicing the wires as I don't have that type of knowledge. If that doesn't work I'll purchase the ultimate remote and if that doesn't work then that's money wasted. Never mind that's all apart of trial and error I guess 🙂

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