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Most devices are Negative to Earth, Chassis and Positive to the Center Pin on the "Adapter". So probably any 12 - 14 Volt say 4Amp well regulated, or Switch Mode power Supply probably would power your unit..
If you don't know the exact voltage Start at about 6 Volts and work up until it works correctly.. I often use a switchable power Supply to find the right voltage and then get a fixed supply to suit.
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site for more details. "Electro-help"
is the site name. Search it by google
search. You can locate it, either at
the bottom of the first search page, or at the top of the second. It is an electronics equipments repair help
site in English.
find a replacement ac adapter on ebay or amazon it should work on variable currents and amperes. And it should function just fine. Or go to radio shack and buy a 12v adapter that has different tips that you can switch around and find the right tip and your off. Ok, I know this solution is a little too late but tell me if it was still able to help you.