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My Powermac G5 just came in and of course I didnt know about this until I went to plug it in. It takes a different cable. So here in the US is the correct one a 20A 250V or a 16A 250V im going to go look for one today.
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A quick search yields this post: New power cords for Dual Core Power Mac G5s? | TUAW - The Unofficial Apple Weblog so "20A, 250V AC USA" it says..

I don't have this Mac or know nothing about them, so make sure you get someone else who also confirms this before you plug this Mac into the wall..

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A quick search yields this post: New power cords for Dual Core Power Mac G5s? | TUAW - The Unofficial Apple Weblog so "20A, 250V AC USA" it says..

I don't have this Mac or know nothing about them, so make sure you get someone else who also confirms this before you plug this Mac into the wall..
Thanks. I looked in the box it came in and saw it hiding under packaging so I have the cable!
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