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Need new A/C adaptor

A/C adaptor stopped working after a short brownout when the power came bacl on (I suppose it was a power surge). I've tried to find a replacement and either I don't know the correct verbiage to do a google search (I've used Input 100-240 VAC 50-60 Hz 1.0 A Output +12VDC 4A) or they don't have this avaiable. Can anyone help? I need my Diet Mt. Dew at my desk again!!!! KC

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