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USR Courier v.everything external power specs

USR Courier v.everything external power specs

I recently acquired a v.everything external courier in pristine condition at a thrift store for the paltry sum of $5.00--However the unit was regretably without it's A/C adapter. Can anyone give me specs on the OUTPUT voltage / amperage and polarity required ? The modem is completely unlabeled in this regard and I have had a bear of a time locating this information online. Based on what I have seen, I am guessing that it may use an adapter with an output of 16 - 20 v AC @ about 800 milliamps. Anyone ?

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