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Need to replace my power switching supply from my Bose ipod docker(psm36w-201) I understand they no longer make this. What are my options?

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Hello. get you broken power supply re manufactured at http://www.invebo.com . The parts that fail are replaced with industrial grade long-life components and if your power supply is unsafe or too far gone then they supply you a new one. Vergy green and shipping by airmail isn't too expensive.

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