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That model uses a 12-volt A/C power adapter. You can most probably use any power supply 10-15V without a problem, and it is a very common adapter.
A new power supply from Radio Shack or Best Buy will probably cost you as must as a replacement 802.11b router like that one.
FYI - 802.11g or Super-G or Dyno-G or whatever each company touts it router as having is basically enhanced B - it is 100% compatible in 99% of the routers. So a new Linksys WRT54G can often be found for $25 on sale in brick and mortar stores, and the same online. They will work with your existing 802.11b adapter in your computer.
Posted on Jun 11, 2008
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