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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Look where the plug goes in
There will be a C shape with a dot in the middle. Follow the line attached to the dot and you will see a + or - which is the polarity. Next you need to know Voltage. Look in the same area, or on the label for this info. If there is NO info by the power plug, it might be AC, which has no polarity - just plug it in. The label may have this information and will say something like 12VDC or 12VAC that is the key. DC Matters (+ and -) AC does not.
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
Mine has a 12V 4A power supply. This is not generally available as a generic replacement, due to the high current required. Good luck!
Posted on Mar 01, 2010
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