# Question about using power supply

I am learning some basic idea on using op-amp and other simple electronics by myself. I am trying to build up my first circuit for using opamp (TL084) by following some online examples. In the datasheet I found for the chosen opamp, it is said that it need the input voltage -12V to +12V and with operating current not more than 120mA. I don't have the right voltage supply for that opamp but I got a very old variable voltage and current power supply, it said it supports 0 to 20V DC, 0 to 1A current. So if I turn the current to 0A and increase the voltage slightly up to 10V, do you think this will work also. I only have 1 TL084 and I don't want to break it. The shipment is not cheap so I would like to confirm that with someone before I try it on.

The TL084 has a recommended supply range of $\pm 5V$ to $\pm 15V$, so if you intend to run a single-ended supply (i.e. the negative supply rail is ground) that means the supply must be between 10V and 30V.