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Power supply lost power supply, I know I need to get a wall wart but I don't know is tip negative or positive? thanks.

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  • michael stine Dec 10, 2007

    where can i find power supply for cornea 1810

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At the adaptor input on the device there is a small diagram that shows the polarity of the tip and the shield of the connector. If it is not there, check the information plate on the back of unit. It has the model/serail number on it as well as the power consumption and build date.

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Bs more specific with your problem.

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