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That is easier said than done. No one is going to have a stockpile of these, Philips does not sell them, and no website lists them separately. You could, theoretically, buy a broken HTS3400 that is having a problem OTHER than the power supply, and take one of of that. But make sure you weigh the costs of getting and repairing the broken one vs. buying another unit. Also, make sure the product isn't still in warranty - if it's in-warranty, just call Philips and get the unit replaced.

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