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Power supply for a HPJetDirect 170X

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I recently got a JetDirect 170X printer server, without a power supply.

Does anybody know where I could get one, or whether there is another power supply I could get that would be compatible?

The spec on the power supply is +pin 9-35VDC (I don't know what the VDC means exactly)

Thanks in advance

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by:dis1931
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I find local used computer vendors usually have a pile of power adaptors that has always been useful in finding a decent replacement for my power adaptor needs.  You can check HP but even if they do sell replacements you can probably buy a new one for what they will charge you.  Also maybe a Radio Shack or similar store that sells adaptor with varying options for power.  It has multiple size adaptors on it and you can change the voltage that is handy as well.  VDC I believe stands for Volts Direct Current.
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by:muso120999
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In case my local computer vendors can't help, do you know of an internet website you could recommend?

I would try a multiple size adapter, but I'm not sure how the 9-35VDC compares to the standard voltage settings of those types of adapter, and I don't really want to damage it!
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Do you know if 9-35 is a range of acceptable voltages, or something else?
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Here are a  couple I found on EBAY..It is a long link but just highlight the whole thing and paste it into the browser and it should come up...


http://search.ebay.com/170x_Power-Supplies_W0QQbsZSearchQQcatrefZC6QQcoactionZcompareQQcoentrypageZsearchQQcopagenumZ1QQfromZR2QQsacategoryZ11201QQsbrftogZ1QQsofocusZbsQQsosortorderZ2QQsosortpropertyZ2QQsotrZ2

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Nevermind just click the link...i thought it was too long and would not work right if you clicked it but it does....there are two of them each are 8.99...
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Thanks
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