Hi, I recently got a version 1.0 (serial CDF1...) WRT54G which someone thought they had killed, so gave to me. After playing with the power supply (the actually wall plug DC converter), I found that it it was only giving out 3V, and had probably died (which seemed common with these things). So I got a new power supply, gave it 12V-ish with a max of 1A... which should be fine. However, it's not fine haha. The power and diag light stay on solid (and quite bright) and the Broadcom BCM4702 gets insanely hot. It's probably safe to say the Broadcom chips is toast, but does anyone know why this might have happened? The regulators are meant to take upto 40V... it seems like they just decided not. I measured the voltage at the plug at around 5V... didn't measure the voltage at the LED's... but I'm guessing it'd be around 5V as they are brighter than normal. Has anyone seen this problem before, or have any idea what to do? I'm happy to replace the regulators... the BC chip is another matter haha. Oh... I remeber when I first plugged it in, all the link lights were flashing real quick. Stopped doing that after I plugged it in a few times though.