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Power jacks question on seat guru

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Gosh I hope this one doesn't get me tossed again. :(

I am looking at the website seat guru* and I am trying to figure out exactly where the power jacks are.

If it shows the black dot at the bottom of Seat C in Row 5, does it mean the guy in that seat has access? Or is it the guy behind him? I've seen power jacks on both the floor and on the console between seats.

Any insight anyone?

Thanks!

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