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AC adapter voltage for Conair Heated Back Massager

I have a Conair Heated Back Massager but have lost the Ac Adapter. I have tried 12 volt output (the motor ran a while then shut off), I tried a 30 volt output and it started smoking. Could you tell me what output voltage to get. I know the massager works because it worked a few seconds on the 30 volt AC but it was evidently too strong for it. I don't have the book or box it came in as it was given as a present. Thank you,

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  • thewise3 Feb 03, 2009

    I lost my adapter also. I will try to find one in thrift shop bins. It would be nice to know the correct one to look for. thanks

  • mintcooki Mar 04, 2009

    I have tried searching for my model everywhere online and can't seem to find any specifications on it.

    It's a CONAIR Model 4502RT Heated Back Massager.

    If you figure out what size it is, please let me know!

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It is a class 2 transformer
The Conair part number is TEAD-57-121600U
Input: 120 volts AC 60 Hz 29 Wats
Output: 12 volts DC 1.6 Amps

Sorry, I don't know where you can find one.

Posted on Apr 02, 2009

  • Rigel7 Apr 02, 2009

    One more thing.

    The center of the plug should be positive.

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There are no instruction and no place to plug the adaptor in and we got it as a gift and my sister is living in Italy. And I can not find any information on how to use it. And Conair wants money to find out, which is stupid. If I don't get this fixed. I will make sure I never buy or have a family member buy another product for conair.

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I actually found the adapter in my garage, but no longer have the massager. I have no use for it-never been used.
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Posted on May 23, 2009

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To plug it in you have to look at the hand held controller that is atatched to it and that';s where you plug it in at.

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