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Power supply no good

I, need a new power supply for a D-link Router, power supply model #MI-12S05. power sup input 120 v, 60 hz output:+5.0v......2.5a... iwould like to know where to purchase one

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That mainly depends on where you live, but you should check places like RadioShack, Bestbuy, or the local Electronic store.
Also try a shop which sells Cell phone accessories and parts.
120V/60Hz is standard in the US. The numbers you have to watch are theoutput: You will a voltage of 5V and the converter has to be able todeliver 2.5 Ampere (that's wnat your router needs).

If you go out and get a converter make sure that the plug fits yourrouter! As you know, there are 5 million different plugs and what mightlook like it fits, sometimes doesn't. Take your router with you toensure it is working. If you get one without being able to test it,make sure you can return it in case it doesn't fit.

You can also try e-bay (look what I found here).

If you have any more questions, just come back here and leave a comment - I'm happy to help.

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