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Anyone have a D-Link WAP?

I've got the power supply cable mixed in with some other cables and I wanna make sure I don't screw something up. Can anyone match up what the power supply has on the sticker? It's late and I'm probably making no sense at all



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i usually start getting delerious around this time too.. sorry i dont have an answer for you
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i usually start getting delerious around this time too.. sorry i dont have an answer for you
Tomorrow is fine, I'm to tired to screw around with it LOL! How's working nights going?



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im good up until about 330-4am... i cant hang very much longer after that.. my body has been acting wierd the last couple of days.. ill feel sick one minute.. fine the next... ::shrugs:: i like it better than working days so far though!
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My D-Link power supply says directly on it "D-Link" on the back. It is a pretty odd shape. Not the average looking power suppy shape... its like an inch wide, 1.5 inch tall, and an inch deep or so. Measurements are a big guess cause its pushed up in a corner full or cords.
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post #6 of 12 (permalink) Old 07-31-2003, 04:42 AM
 
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you shouldnt have a problem as long as you are using the right voltage, and obviously the connector. i dont know where the power supply for my router is from, but it works!
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I have one at home. I can check tonight when I get home from work if you don't figure it out before then.

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Shit, none of the power supplies I have say D-Link on them I loaned it to a friend of mine for a month or so and now I'm wondering if I got the right one or not back Can someone read to me the voltaget and other mics. spec's? I wanna get my router back up but I don't want to worry about frying anything.



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just look on the actuall router it should say how many volts in needs
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just look on the actuall router it should say how many volts in needs
Shit, didn't look at that. Thanks man.



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hope it works out for ya
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hope it works out for ya
I won't be able to check until tonight. Working 13 hour days sucks



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