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Lucent AT&T 7610 Cordless Phone power supply

I just but an old Lucent AT&T 7610 Cordless Phone, and it will arrive without the adapter. I'm told its output is 12V, 500ma. But is the adapter AC/DC or AC/AC? Also, if AC/DC, what is the polarity? Finally (just to be on the safe side) is it regulated?

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It should be labeled on the side of the phone. My best guess would be AC/DC...as to polarity, you would have to look at the drawing on the side by the jack...

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From what you said I gather that your AC/DC power supply (power brick) is not working (Suppling voltage to the router). Well this is a case of getting a new power supply. What you can do is find out the voltage output and the current output in amps of the Brick. This information is located in writing on the power brick. Take this information to your local electronics store and get a power brick that has the same voltage, polarity, and current rating as the old power brick.

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