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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I live in the Philippines, but I've got relatives in the US who send me gadgets as gifts. I've had the same problem with my laptop before but when I called HP call center, they said that as long as it says there input 100 - 240V, then it's ok to plug it in a 110 or 220 socket. Here in the PH, we have 220V sockets, but Americans use 110.
Anyway, your phone says it can only be plugged to a 120V socket (max) so that means, you have to use a transformer (that's what we call it here. a black box-like thing) to convert the volts from 220 to 110. If you plug your phone directly, it might explode.
I hope i answered your problem.
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
You may have FAILED to check that the polarity matched. Some have the pinpositive, the other the sleeve.
It is UNLIKELY that muchwas damaged beyond the power regulator in the base unit. Should be relatively inexpensive repair.
Posted on Dec 26, 2009
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