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Hp 65w adapter compatibility

I would just like to ask a question if the hp 65W adapter is compatible to 220V outlets, because my notebook was from Canada and they are using lower voltage in their outlets since i am here in the Philippines which uses 220V outlets. Thanks

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No it will burn the power supply if half wave rectifier is used in adapter then it may work if you are not technical person then purchase new adapter or convert it from any technician

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