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POWER SUPPLY LOST

Need a power adaptor for a VA720. Do you know what Voltage and Amps it needs? Can I find one to cross reference and use from another supplier?

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  • fcom45 Jul 12, 2009

    IS a single pin not 4.

  • fcom45 Jul 12, 2009

    It is a single pin

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You need 12V, 4A.. below link may help..

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