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5.1V 1A adapter will not power up my 2-wire(4200-005000-000) Found a 2-Wire 5.1V 2 A adapter that will. Is this too risky?

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First, check with your Internet Service Provider; if they provided the 2WIRE modem, they will replace it, "no questions asked", if they want to KEEP you as a customer.

Second, give the 2A adapter a try -- nothing can get "worse" than the current "broken" status.

Posted on Jul 03, 2010

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I agree with ikkenom.

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