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    Netgear power supply. Which way is possitive?

    This is a discussion on Netgear power supply. Which way is possitive? within the Sky Broadband help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; Hi, I've got a spare Sky Netgear router but no power supply. I want to set it up as an ...

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      Netgear power supply. Which way is possitive?

      Hi, I've got a spare Sky Netgear router but no power supply. I want to set it up as an access point upstairs but instead of laying out for a power supply I was wondering about using one of those multi adapter types. I know it's a 12v but I don't know which way around positive and negative is. Does anyone know that could help?

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      Re: Netgear power supply. Which way is possitive?

      Nevermind. Straight after writing this I found a page on the Netgear site that tells me what I needed. It's negative on the outside, positive on the inside in case anyone was wondering. Thanks for looking.

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      Re: Netgear power supply. Which way is possitive?

      If you happen to have a power supply for another router it may very well be suitable. Most have the same power consumption specifications.

      Alternatively a quick search on eBay will reveal plenty of Netgear PSUs. Amazon has some too, but a little more money in this instance.

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