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  1. #21
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    I'll knock on wood as both mine have been going strong for 9 years!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Owen Smith View Post
    Thanks, that's the sort of thing I couldn't find yesterday. And I searched for PSA05R-090, and today the same search found this. Strange.

    Anyway I've ordered one. It can't be much worse than the Logitech supply given how frequently they fail based on the reports here. I have had no other small (or large) switched mode power supply fail on me, and I have a fair number in the house supplying cordless phones, DACs, ethernet switches and routers etc.

    Now my Receiver PSU has failed completely, thinking back on the increasing problems I've had for the last few years I believe this PSU has been marginal for at least three years.
    Could you let me know if it works please Owen? I've emailed the specifications of the connector to another supplier but no joy as yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martin Jones View Post
    Could you let me know if it works please Owen? I've emailed the specifications of the connector to another supplier but no joy as yet.
    Yes it works. It comes with a set of five connectors and you attach the appriopriate one to the lead. The outer barrel is bang on for size (checked it with my micrometer) but the hole down the inside is a bit big so it fits slackly into the Receiver and can be wobbled about. The connection seems reliable though. More of a problem for me is the connector is right angled, which is very constraining with the other equipment I have around the Receiver.

    This is a 2A supply, the old Receiver one is 0.56A. So the new supply has a lot more headroom. Whether that will help it last longer is unknown but I am hopeful.

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    Duet Power Adapter Question.

    One of my 3 Duets was powerless. Checked, and it is a bad power cord.

    Upon the advice of a Logitech phone support Person, I ordered one on their website..... AC adapter for Squeezebox Duet (requires power plate kit sold separately) The part number on the unit is 830-000019.

    After placing my order, I checked my unit and the part number on my unit is 830-000020. It's probably close to 10 years old.

    Will the adapter be compatible? The dead adapter part number is PSA05R-090 and it has a bar code of P8270197A1. Should I try to cancel my order or will the 'spare part work with my unit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeff52807 View Post
    One of my 3 Duets was powerless. Checked, and it is a bad power cord.

    Upon the advice of a Logitech phone support Person, I ordered one on their website..... AC adapter for Squeezebox Duet (requires power plate kit sold separately) The part number on the unit is 830-000019.

    After placing my order, I checked my unit and the part number on my unit is 830-000020. It's probably close to 10 years old.

    Will the adapter be compatible? The dead adapter part number is PSA05R-090 and it has a bar code of P8270197A1. Should I try to cancel my order or will the 'spare part work with my unit?
    I don't think they have changed the voltage - it's 9V for the duet. It just had a tiny power jack, but in case it does not come with the right one, these are easy to find at digikey or your local electronic store or probably on amazon. Then it requires 5 minutes of soldering.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeff52807 View Post
    One of my 3 Duets was powerless. Checked, and it is a bad power cord.

    Upon the advice of a Logitech phone support Person, I ordered one on their website..... AC adapter for Squeezebox Duet (requires power plate kit sold separately) The part number on the unit is 830-000019.

    After placing my order, I checked my unit and the part number on my unit is 830-000020. It's probably close to 10 years old.

    Will the adapter be compatible? The dead adapter part number is PSA05R-090 and it has a bar code of P8270197A1. Should I try to cancel my order or will the 'spare part work with my unit?
    Looking at the part numbers for my duet controller & receiver

    830-000019 is the Duet controller
    830-000020 is the Duet Receiver

    The PSA05R-090 (Phihong part no.) is the power supply for the receiver (Logitech 993-000236) and NOT the cradle for the Duet Controller (830-000026 Phihong PSM11R-050)
    Last edited by bpa; 2019-01-27 at 06:59.

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    Duet Power Adapter Question.

    Quote Originally Posted by philippe_44 View Post
    I don't think they have changed the voltage - it's 9V for the duet. It just had a tiny power jack, but in case it does not come with the right one, these are easy to find at digikey or your local electronic store or probably on amazon. Then it requires 5 minutes of soldering.
    Thanks. I ordered the 'spare part' from the Logitech site and it works perfectly! The power connector to the receiver is the same size and it's an exact fit.

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    I have the same situation as you

    Quote Originally Posted by scott.winterkorn View Post
    My sb receiver just seems to have died and was wondering what signs you had when yours didn't work. It's been working fine for years but today it disappeared from ipeng. So I went and looked at it and all the lights (front indicator and Ethernet) were out so I unplugged it for a few minutes. Plugged it back in and I can here a little humming noise and I can see a light coming out of the spdif port, but that's it. Is this similar to what you found?
    I have the same issue as you've described and found by chance your post. What was the issue at the end? broken power supply? the receiver?
    thanks for any help.
    Heinrich

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    Quote Originally Posted by w3wilkes View Post
    For anyone interested I am still using the above supply, working fine 16 months after buying it.

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    Appreciate all the info in this thread. Undoubtedly, the easiest way is to order from Logitech, which I just did. In the meantime, I did have an adapter on one of my universals that let me power up the receiver. It's not a perfect fit, but it's working. I'll switch to the Logitech when it arrives.

    Is there a danger of fire or anything in using an adapter that isn't a perfect fit?

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