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Cant find an adaptor,sears on back order for months

It is made by technical Devices
AC ADPTOR
Model No. DV-1250
Input: 120 VAC 60Hz 12W
Output: 12VDC 500mA
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Go to nearest electronic store get a universal adaptor comes with different settings and diff plugs. Or find the manufac web page and other dealers universal adap cheaper too but has to be 500 ma or higher depending on what is it for.

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