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Do i need a special charger for the NE-720 internal battery

I bought NE-720 second hand and im quite happy with it but i dont know if i need a charger for the battery or if its supposed that it gets charged by pluging it to the wall through the 3V AC adaptor . many thanks. ULISES

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It needs AC-ES3010K2 ac charger to charge battery.

Click HERE and download user manual of Sony D-NE720 for further details.


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