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Lost original ac adapter for Antec TVator Pro. Requires 9v dc supply. Is center pin + or - ?

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    only need to know what the voltage and millamps are - then can buy at any radio shack. do you have the manual? if so, please tell me voltage and amps since they did not mark this info on the power port

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Very carefully open unscrew the equipment and follow the path of your power , you will see inside a capacitor , if the +of that capacitor is connected to the center , then the plus will be in center

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Center is (+) Positive...

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