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Ac adapter the dog ate the ac adapter. i can find no website for durabrand. i need to purchase a new one and Radio Shack does not have one. What do I do?

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Web site maybe too late for the poster but may help someone else on the other hand if you are reading this anf have an extra one - please email me - i am a Grandmom raising my 9 yr old Grandson and his did not have this adaptor - his mom bought and gave it to him as a gift - am on limited budget - 100% disabled.... http://www.alcosupport.com/products.aspx?view=88&p=49&sc=5 Thanks and God Bless

Posted on Jun 26, 2007


Don't throw it out. Either go to radio shack and get a 9 volt adapter that puts out 1.5 amps and has a center-positive plug, or look around in thrift shops. The plugs center opening diameter is larger than usual, but it isn't rare. Just bring the player to see if the plug fits before buying it. Or you can buy the plugs separate at radio shack and if your handy at soldering replace the original plug on a standard 9v 1.5 amp adapter. Shouldn't cost you more than 10 bucks.

Posted on Apr 14, 2007


Throw it out and buy another. When the a/c adapter was sold seperate, it cost 15% less than what you can pick the DUR7 up for on sale!

Posted on Jan 04, 2007

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