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iI just recieved my Frozen Q liquid fusion Res from my friend who went to the US, (im from AUS) only to find that i didnt ask him to order the Inverter aswell..... does this thing really need an inverter to power up or is there another method i can use?
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Im pretty sure you can use any cold cathode inverter to light it up. Although, you might want to double check just to be safe.
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