Question about PANDIGITAL 8.0" Digital Photo Frame (PAN802)
If you can determine the voltage and polarity of the input (often embossed next to the socket) then you will be able to find a generic replacement. Most of these use a standard concentric plug that is a different size for different voltages.
There are power supplies that have adjustable voltages and an array of different connectors, although the single voltage ones are neater. You will also need to make sure that the power supply you get can provide enough amperage or wattage for your frame. If you still have the old power supply you can get the information off of it.
My first stop for buying this sort of thing is Amazon. You can also find many such items on eBay.
Posted on Nov 06, 2010
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