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You need to know the voltage and minimum current for the device. The old adapter should show both, as in 5V, 100 ma (V=voltage, ma=milliamps current) Places like Radio Shack have multi-voltage, high current replacements.
The voltage MUST match, the current CAN be higher but NOT lower.
Posted on Apr 25, 2010
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