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2Wire Power Supply

Where can I get the following:
Manufacturer - 2WIRE
P/N - 2900-800007-000
Model - SAL115A-0525-6G
SWITCHING ADAPTER
Input - 120V ~ 50-60Hz 400mA
Output - 6V 2000mA

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  • aglezpfpa Jul 15, 2008

    the switching adapter doesn't work. I used another switching adapter that provides only 1000mA, the Router works, but it is not enough power to stand still working for periodos of more thant 4 h.

  • tschmidt2 Aug 09, 2008

    I have exactly the same problem - no go at WalMart, Radio Shack or Best Buy.



    Thanks,

    Tom Schmidt

  • lovingly May 06, 2009

    Where can I get the following:
    Manufacturer - 2WIRE
    P/N - 2900-800007-000
    Model - SAL115A-0525-6G
    SWITCHING ADAPTER
    Input - 120V ~ 50-60Hz 400mA
    Output - 6V 2000mA

    Thanks

    I think att should takeover this problem; but they claim to be unconcerned; even their new money making store "equiptment for networking" supply wrong adapters. 2wire web site is quite on this; means way to sale whole modame, may be of $79 or so verses adaspter cost$10.00.

  • chocasorulla May 23, 2009

    switching adaptar no works

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My 2Wire just died - I did not know because of the adapter or the router.
I went to Radio Shack to buy what Glen Smith suggested. They do not have them -
I bought Enercell 3/5/6/6.5/7/7.5VDC 2A (Serie 2730333) - plus using old Adaptaplug (I took from other Universal AC Adaptor). AND IT WORK !!!

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AT&T tech guy says to try a PSP charger.

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You have to act fast, 6 hours to go: eBay

Posted on Jun 16, 2008

Radio Shack has an adapter that will work. Part number 273-1763 6 volt 1800ma. You will also need the adaptaplug No. 273-1717.

Glen Smith

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As posted by fixityourslf, the PSP charger worked!

Posted on Dec 29, 2009

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SOURCE: Where can I get the following: Manufacturer -

Click on this link HERE.

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SOURCE: Where can I get this power supply?

You can usually find them on eBay

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