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THE POWER PAC FOR MY NADY WIRELESS MIC DOES NOT WORK. ON THE POWER PAC IS MODEL: HHD15-300, INPUT: AC120V 60 Hz, OUTPUT: DC15V 300mA. DO YOU HAVE A REPLACEMENT? BOBBY

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Hi Bobby
It is most likely that the moulded plug fitted to the power pack has failed. Do you have any way of testing the the output of the pack
Please let me know if you have a multimeter and we can go from there. It may be an easy fix for you. 
regards robotek

Posted on Jan 04, 2009

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    Graeme Ross Jan 04, 2009

    Hi again Bobby


    Whilst searching for another option to find a replacement power supply in case the one you have cannot be recovered, I noticed that Radio Shack stocks Nady gear. They may be worth a try to see if they have a power supply also. The one you need can be a generic replacement type, but must be 15 volt regulated 300 milliamp or better,  and have the correct positive center connection for the DC plug. It may be worth phoning a Radio Shack in your local area to see if they can help you. 


    Click here for a store locater 


    Still let me know if you have a meter to check the old one:) May still be the quickest and cheapest way to sort the problem. 

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