Question about 2wire HomePortal 1000HW DSL Modem and Network Router -1000-400210-000_LN_R (1000400210000LNR)

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Looking for a power cord

Need a 2wire Dsl power cord Model 3 SAL115A-0525-6G input:120V / Output: 6V 2000mA to fit a homeportal 1000 HW. or a compatable cord.

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  • mrsalty Jul 11, 2008

    I have been looking for a universal ac adapter, but can't find one that pulls 2000 mA for 6v.

  • mrsalty Jul 20, 2008

    Thank you so much! I have had such a "run-around" on this! I bought my DSL modem from AT&T. They told me the power cords never go out, that I would need to buy a whole new modem. :) Radio Shack said they didn't carry what I needed. Thank you for the model #. Now I can just go order it.



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Cat # 273-155 from Radio Shack along with an adapter works fine also.

Posted on Dec 05, 2009


Hi guys,

Had the same problem yesterday. Went to Radio Shack and picked up a universal power adapter (Model 273-1696). It can be set for 6V and will draw the required 2000mA. Box does not include the right size plug, but the salesman gave me one that fit for no extra charge. Cost 32.99. Everything is working fine now.

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