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We have a 2Wire Gateway modem from AT&T but we moved offices a few months back and the power adapter has been misplaced. We've tried AT&T but they've told us they can't provide a replacement and have referred us to our company. I've tried calling today only to be on hold for 12 minutes or longer and since it's a long distance call I decided to give this a try. Can we purchase a replacement power cord? Please let me know ASAP. We are desperate. Thanks, Karen Davis Rosewood Community Church 1397 West Hedding San Jose, CA 95126 408-243-5985

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On the bottom of the modem there should be a label with the model number and revision, etc. Please post this info, and we'll see if we can find a power cable you can buy.

As an alternative, it is likely that any number of DSL modems will work. So if the power cable is unavailable or too expensive, we may be able to find another modem that will do the same job.

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