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What are the specs.for the transformer IE;240vac to what v dc & amps etc I have lost my trans. in amongst a bunch of others in a box & don`t recall which it is . PS also i`m old & stupid it would seem !please help Robert

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HP / COMPAQ
PAVILION 1503 D5061-A F1044A F1044B F1503 1703 F1703 VF51 VF52 L1800 0950-3415 ADPC12416BB ADPC12350BB
Input: 110-240V 50/60Hz Auto-Detect International Compatible Output: 12V DC, up to 5A / 60W max (Great upgarde for lower wattage)
Connector: Barrel, Center +

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