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Power supply missing for a JV649 Jensen Multi-Input AV/RF Modulator

I own a JV649 unit, but the power supply for the unit appears to have disappeared during a recent move. The back of the unit says it takes a 12V input, but doesn't specify what amperage it requires. Does anyone have the specs for this unit so I know which replacement power supply to buy?

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  • heuettm May 26, 2008

    Never mind, I finally found the specs for the power supply:

    Model #DV-1215-3508
    PN # MO212-01/JV649
    INPUT: 120VAC 60Hz
    OUTPUT: 12VDC 150mA
    CLASS 2 TRANSFORMER


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