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#295826 27-Apr-2022 10:41
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Many moons ago, I obtained a DLink 323 NAS ( without a power supply, but some kind soul here supplied me with one, which came with another same model NAS :) 


Now I'm looking to get the 2nd one up and running.......  so Im looking for another power supply :D Dont suppose anyone has one kicking around ? :)


I know, these units are ancient, slow and SMB based, but there is open source firmware out there to keep them going as it were, and they do what I need :)





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  #2907258 27-Apr-2022 11:51
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Perhaps throw us the specs of the power supply, in case any of us have compatible spares?  My guess is that you may struggle to find an original.

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  #2908245 29-Apr-2022 12:19
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I used to own the same NAS and iirc the plug is the same as one I have for an external drive... in any event, mine a 12v pin, a 5v pin and 2 earth pins at 34W


Do you want to check and see if this is anything like the power you need, as from memory, the actual brick (that I have) is a lot smaller.


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