Lexicon MC-1; DC-1 Power supplies

Has anyone else had a power supply die in their Lexicon MC-1, or DC-1 or 2?

It's happened to me twice now. They use what appears to me to be a pretty cheap switching power supply. Lexicon won't service these units for less than $600 (though for that they do a complete refurb). I had my DC-1 repaired a couple of years ago by local reputable shop and it cost $200.

I love the units for home theater. They sound great and are very user friendly for setup and control, but wonder about the reliability.

Am I just unlucky?
UPDATE. Just received a NFS40-7910 from eBay seller. Couldn't wait to install and test. My DC-1 started right up into diagnostics and seems to be working great again. For $19.99, can't beat it.
My MC-1 also just stopped working - wasn't aware that I should not be subjecting it to cold starts - now I hear a clicking noise when I turn the toggle switch on the back - would it be the power supply or something else entirely? Also, if it is the power supply, does the MC-1 used the same PS as a DC-1? If not, I would really appreciate it if someone could point me in the right direction.

So glad I found this thread, my DC-1 has been acting up for months, after a few reboots and diagnostic tests it would finally start up. Last week it was in an endless reboot/diagnostic test loop. Ordered and installed the power supply from Mouser and everything is back to normal. Thanks again.

Lightening with loss of house power!
DC-1 would not power on!
Removed old Power supply and thought about capacitor replacement
(fuse not blown)
Did this instead:  NFS40-7910 (NFS40-7910J), ebay 40 bucks
Works Great
It is the right power supply to get
This question is for the Lexicon DC-2 power supply replacements. How has your DC-2 been performing since you replaced the power supply from Mouser at this link from the above threads? http://www.mouser.com/Search/ProductDetail.aspx?R=NFS40-7610Jvirtualkey54020000virtualkey826-NFS40-7...