Power replacement on 1st generation G5 (100-120V)

I'd like to replace the power supply on my 1st generation EMC 2008 Imac 20".
Is it possible to replace it with the 2nd generation EMC 2056?
Will this allow my imac to work on a power range of 100-220v?

I did not get a definite answer from welovemac.com and I'm waiting for over a week for a reply from dvwarehouse.com
Anyone else has any information if a generation 2 imac power supply will work on a generation 1 imac. Also, will the computer then we able to work on voltage range of 110-240 instead of only 110v.

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