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Identify power adapter for extended systems ESI 2831

I have a pocket PC card extended systems ESI2831that I have not used in seveal years. Unfortunately the power adapter was separated from it. I've got quite a number of them. Can you help me identify what it is, or at least the wattage? Thanks.

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SOLUTION: Perform the following adjustment:
1. [Utility].
2. [Machine Admin. Setting].
3. [System Setting].
4. [Expert Adjustment].
5. [Process Adjustment].
6. [Toner Quantity / Exposure].
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