Quote Originally Posted by bigspecbear View Post

Where are you located? If you are in the US, you can get a (used) replacement power pack for about $20. Unless you have some sentimental attachment to the bad power pack, fixing it does not make sense.

Thanks for your reply and my apologies for the delay getting back.

Yes I think that is what I'm going to need to do. I thought it may be something easy and common but its not looking that way.

I am in Australia but I'll just keep an eye out for another power pack.

Thanks again all for your replies and all the very best.