Took your advice ordered a PSU PSAA15W-050R from Allied Electronics. Amazingly, I ordered it yesterday, chose three day select from UPS it arrived today, although the headquarters are in Ft. Worth and I am in Houston was the reason but great turn around nonetheless. Crossed my fingers as I plugged it in and sure enough the M1001 powered up. Now I am not saying this will solve the problem for all, but for those that have dead M1001's this "MIGHT" solve your problem. Keep in mind Allied only sends the actual PSU, you will need to buy the AC cord that plugs into the wall, most would have these lying around, but of course when I need one I cannot find one nowhere in the house. I used the one off the Sound Bridge Radio to test it. I will head out to Radio Shack later to pick up a couple more, as I bought two power supply units from Allied just to have a backup. This fixes the problem for the M1001 but if I ever encounter problems with the Soundbridge Radio again I will be up a creek as it looks very hard to fix the power supply in those. Thanks again for all the good advice on these forums and thanks Dupondt for the links to PSU's.