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 Author: blackballoon View Messages Posted By blackballoon
 Posted: Jul 6, 2019 23:19
 Subject: help identify this transformer part?
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 Topic: Catalog
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blackballoon (6692)

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i saw several similar transformer entries in the catalog but could not figure
out which one to list this as. Can someone kindly help to identify it?
 




 Author: FreeStorm View Messages Posted By FreeStorm
 Posted: Jul 7, 2019 08:07
 Subject: Re: help identify this transformer part?
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In Catalog, blackballoon writes:
  i saw several similar transformer entries in the catalog but could not figure
out which one to list this as. Can someone kindly help to identify it?

My guess is this one:
 
Part No: 70931  Name: Electric, Train Speed Regulator 9V (12V DC) Power Adapter 120V 60Hz
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70931 Electric, Train Speed Regulator 9V (12V DC) Power Adapter 120V 60Hz
Parts: Electric, Train

LEGO used several brands for those transformers.
 Author: Adjour View Messages Posted By Adjour
 Posted: Jul 7, 2019 13:11
 Subject: Re: help identify this transformer part?
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In Catalog, blackballoon writes:
  i saw several similar transformer entries in the catalog but could not figure
out which one to list this as. Can someone kindly help to identify it?

I agree with the other poster, this looks like the ones I have for my 9v trains.