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AirPort Extreme Base Station A1034 (UFO style) replacement power lead/brick

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Apr 14, 2011 8:36 PM
Hi,
I've got a AirPort Extreme Base Station A1034 (UFO style) which I want to reuse, however I can't find the power supply lead or brick. Can anyone tell me what connector/specs a replacement should have or where I can find one? I think it's a bit like a 3.5mm power jack, and probably 5.1v 2.4amp DC from 240 AC (that's whats written on the bottom of the Airport Extreme Base Station).. grateful for any clues before I buy the wrong thing from Hong Kong on Ebay

Cheers,
Chris
Macbook pro corei5 2.53Ghz, Mac OS X (10.6.7)
  • William Boyd, Jr. Level 6 Level 6 (10,475 points)
    chachrs wrote:
    I've got a AirPort Extreme Base Station A1034 (UFO style) which I want to reuse, however I can't find the power supply lead or brick. Can anyone tell me what connector/specs a replacement should have or where I can find one? I think it's a bit like a 3.5mm power jack, and probably 5.1v 2.4amp DC from 240 AC (that's whats written on the bottom of the Airport Extreme Base Station)


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    Those are the same specs I see on a power supply for one of those. It also says "Foxlink Technology Ltd., modem T012A051. It's spec'ed for input of 100-240v.
    MacBook 5,2 2.0 GHz, 4GB RAM, Mac OS X (10.6.7)

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