Question about Thomson GE 2.4 GHZ Corded Base / Cordless Handset Combination Phone With Call Waiting Caller ID and Digital...
I just bought a GE / Thomson telephone/answering machine and
found that the power cord is too short. It is an AC to AC adapter
and I was wondering if I could splice a piece of my old cord into
it to make it the proper length. I was told that the polarity of the
wires wouldn't matter so long as it is AC to AC but that if it were
AC to DC then I would have a major problem if they were backward
and am wondering if this is trueas the person who gave me that formation didn't seem too sure . I know that a simple fix would be to buy a power adapter with the right length of wire, but after searching
all over I can't seem to find one. Thanks in advance for any advice
you might provide.
It is tough to find the right power adaptor with the "right" length cord. Your best bet would be to use an electrical extention cord for the added length you need. "if you can't get the adaptor to the outlet....... take the outlet to the adaptor' !!!!
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
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