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Pros: Pretty easy to use. We do white, Jasmin, and Sushi rice all the time. Always perfect. Can make it and take it to a friends house and great rice hours later when we decide to use it.
Other Thoughts: At that price we paid, warranty should have been for 5 years!
Free bento stackware leaks...
This review is from: D-Link Xtreme Gigabit Router (DIR-655) Wireless N300, USB SharePort, Gigabit
Pros: Worked fine for 17 months.
Cons: Then the 12v 2amp power adapter died.
My huge concern is - how many people know how to test a power adapter v/s thinking the whole unit is dead, so they throw it away?!!!
So, is this a D-Link tactic? Poor quality power adapters? I mean, those things never die right? We all have those laying around the house from years ago... Searches on Dlink power adapters provide a ugly answer.
Message to DLink on 8-7-12
My D-Link Mod # AG2412-B stick # LF1R01101817547, 12v 2A power adapter died. I am reading that D-Link has a significant issue with cheap power supplies.
I almost threw away my Dir-655 thinking it was dead. By all the reading it almost appears that this is D-Links strategy. Cheap Power Adapters that die, people throw the whole unit away as they have no idea how to test a power adapter.
I bought my Dir-655 on 1-2010 at New Egg making it out of warranty. Perhaps you have a better warranty on the adapters? Regardless, please send me one. I am at ...
Searches on DLink
Other Thoughts: This is a really bad sales and product strategy. Not very impressed with D-Link power adapters.
Funny that another online retailer sells the exact power adapter, no?