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The AC adaptor of my Casio Keyboard has reversed polarity from the Standard Power AV adaptor you get in the market. The center is NEGATIVE. When you try to use a new power supply that is NOT a CASIO original, you may need to reverse the polarity of the plug. Check that.
I checked online to see if I could find their website, and I couldn't even do that. Your best bet for finding these things (in my opinion) is going to be on a website such as ebay. Maybe you will find someone who lost their recorder and is just looking to get rid of their leftover parts. Not to mention parts from first party are typically astronomical in price. As far as the USB plug (unless it's special to this device, which I doubt) you can easily take it to a local store such as BestBuy and they should have the appropriate USB plug available for about ten bucks if you can't find it with the AC/DC adapter.
Garmin satnavs come with a charge out of the box. In some cases your device may have lost a charge during shelf life. In this case you can charge these units in three ways:
Place unit on computer with USB cable for approximately 8-12 hours
Place unit on Garmin specified AC adaptor for approximately 4-6 hours
Place unit on 12V vehicle adaptor for approximately 4-6 hours.
Some cars continue to supply power to the cigarette lighter socket when turned off and others don't. If yours doesn't you can charge it from your computer. There's no indicator to show that it's charging or when it's charged. However when you disconnect the satnav from the computer and turn it on there's a battery state indicator which shows if it's fully charged or not.
Your power adaptor might be faulty. Yes, you can measure to have 6 volts. But due to faulty electronic component in the power adaptor, the 6 volts will be dropped to a very low level due to "loading effect" when you connect to the router.
I had the same problem but could not find the original power adaptor. I replaced it with a 3rd party power adaptor. You must ensure that the 3rd party power adaptor can provide 6V output with minimum 2000mA (2 amperes) and correct connector size.