Substitute Matt McClure rescued a point for Wycombe with a goal that denied relegation-threatened Wimbledon a third consecutive League Two victory.
The visitors led when when Jo Kuffour turned and shot home but Paul McCallum equalised with a close-range strike.
McCallum then added his fourth goal in three games with a neat turn and finish in the box to put the hosts 2-1 ahead.
But a slightly fortunate close-range effort from McClure stopped Wycombe suffering an eighth away league defeat.
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Wycombe Wanderers assistant manager Richard Dobson told BBC Three Counties Radio:
"We've got a point out the game and we're happy with that today.
"Sometimes when you score early in the game you think it's going to be easier than it actually is and we seemed to step off.
"Matt (McClure) has always got a goal in him and we got him on quite early because we felt we needed a spark in the game.
"Off the back of our win last week, a point away from home isn't a bad result."