Router Power Supply

  BigMan24 20:41 10 Jan 2005
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Hi folks,

recently my internets been a bit funny. I narrowed it down to my router. I took it back to the shop. The guy said it had a faulty power supply. I've had it for over a year, so the warrenty has ran out. He didn't have any of the power supplies in stock. It needs a 5v 2.5A output.

Does anyone know where I could get one of these? I've looked on google but can't see any that fits the bill.

Thanks very much!

  Hairy Yeti 21:42 10 Jan 2005

Unusual spec. Try ebay (for a PSU)or search for a stockist of the manufacturer on line.

  JaßîsFaß ˜ 21:43 10 Jan 2005

What make/model of router is it?

  BigMan24 22:20 10 Jan 2005

My router is a Origo WBR-2200. I've looked it up on the net but can't find much to do with the power supply.

Cheers guys!

  JaßîsFaß ˜ 22:57 10 Jan 2005

click here

This company in UK (Tel no top right of page) sell Origo routers. Even if they do not have any power supply units, they may have a contact number for you to locate a retailer etc.

  hssutton 23:10 10 Jan 2005

Just pop into Maplins, as I did, there are muti voltage ones for approx £10

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