Power adapter / transformer voltage, is this a safe combination?
I have a digital photo frame and lost the original power adapter. The sticker on the product says it uses 5V DC 2A. I found another transformer that will fit and power it but I don't know if this is safe. It is marked 5.4V 2410 mA. I don't know what the difference is and certainly don't want to damage the product or start a fire. Can someone confirm that is is safe to use the alternate transformer? Thank you!!
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