Question about 2wire 1800HG Router (RG1800HG00)
I ran into the same problem; not many people can seem to find a power cord for these things.
I went to Radio Shack, and was told that no such replacement cord exists anywhere. I had a hunch that this guy was full of poo, so I went to the Radio Shack across town. Lo and behold, they had what I was looking for.
Just take your 2wire modem into the store and ask for a 3-7.5v 2A AC adapter. They may be hard to find, but they are around. Don't forget to make sure they give you the correct tip for the modem.
Hope this helps,
Posted on Aug 26, 2008
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