Then the power connections should match pin to pin.... should work, the only difference is less than 1/2 a volt from the original adapter and the new one, plenty of current... can you post some pictures of the connections on both devices?I should have said..its a USB power supply type.. if they are both pos tip polarity.
what do you say??
Yes, but if and only if it is a regulated one, with the word "regulated" printed on the wall wart body. Or you have confirmed the actual output voltage using a voltmeter.Do you think a 5 volt 1000 ma wall wart will be good enough.???
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