I've recently purchased a 2nd hand DG834GT and after a while the router gets really hot and will eventually slow to a crawl (it won't drop sync but the broadband speed and router web interface will slowdown). Now I've done a bit of digging and apparently the capacitors used inside Netgear products are generally rubbish (Teapo branded) and can cause problems. During my troubleshooting I decided to stick a multi meter on the PSU to check the voltage, low and behold it's putting out 16.7V! Way above the 12V it's rated for. No problem I thought, I've got another 12V 1A Netgear PSU from a DG834N - I tested that before I even plugged it in to the router and that one is putting out 16.8V. What I wanted to ask is can some other members on here with a Netgear 12V 1A PSU and a Multi meter check what their PSU is putting out please? Surely it can't be coincidence that two of them have the same fault? Last but not least, would putting nearly 17V in to a device rated for 12V cause issues? I'm not that clued up with electronics but common sense tells me it would Cheers! Ninja Edit: Yes, I've made sure my multi meter is OK! Tested it on a Sony 12V 3A PSU and it shows 12.1V.