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Almost all d-link routers use the same power adapter. All that's important is that it is 5v DC output, and at least 2.0A output current. So you should be able to pull an adapter from another router.
you don't actually need a REAL d-link adapter either, any adapter that matches those specs and fits the plug will work. Just beware, if you plug one in that doesn't match, you'll damage the device. I"ve found adapters like these at the local thrift store all the time.
Posted on Dec 06, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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