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Old July 28, 2009, 01:21 PM
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Originally Posted by krazyups View Post
Do you have any AC - DC wall adapters? They would work if you could figure out some way to connect to them. Pretty much any wall adapter will do, I know most are unregulated, so you will be providing as high as ~17Vdc when you first connect them (for a ~12V adapter, that is), but the voltage will come down rapidly as the load increases.

EDIT: Or you could do something like Arinoth suggests, just get a 9V battery and power them up.
I always forget about the damn 9V batteries. Just wire it up, make sure you wire the leads correctly (though best of my knowledge its a motor and so if you wired it backwards it should just spin in the opposite direction, theoretically anyways)
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