Question about Lands Phones
AC adaptor is dead on a phone only a month old. How do I replace it?
Posted by Anonymous on
Chances are poor to find a universal adaptor to replace a PNLV234. It has dual outputs, 5.5VDC @500mA and 5.0VDC@ 500mA. The connecter is similar to a phone jack with 4 conductors. I am trying to find a genuine Panasonic source as mine blew from a power surge.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: PROBLEM OF USING MY CORDLESS
Contact the manufacture sales rep to find out where you can purchase a power supply for the country you are going in to. This is the best solution.
If you want to use a step down transformer for your present power supply, make sure it is a true transformer and not one of these solid state devices for this. The solid state ones will damage the power supply for the phone.
The other aspect for this, is that in some countries the load impedance standard is not all the same. This will effect the performance of the phone.
With cordless phones, there are regulations for the frequency bands used. Not all cordless phones are legal in different countries. Many of them have their own regulations.
Personaly, because these phones are so cheap now-a-days, I would buy a new one in the country of destination. This way, I know it will work properly and meet their regulations.
Posted on Apr 13, 2008
SOURCE: Replacement AC adaptor for M804
Check the phones specifications. Usually they are either under the phone or base or on the back. There you will see the Voltage at least. Then go to your neighborhood hardware store (computer stores may have it too, sometimes) look for the adaptor that have variable voltage as well as variable plugs that will adapt to the female input sockets on your phone or phone's base. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 25, 2008
Your phone did expirence a surge that probably blew the ac adaptor which happens most of the time, u can buy one of those universal adaptors and look on the back of the old adaptor for the output voltage it will usually read between 3 and 8 volts DC.Set the universal adAptor voltage to the setting right below the voltage output on the back of the ac adaptor.
Posted on Aug 04, 2008
It may not hurt anything; the transformer in the adapter has iron laminations which are normally potted with epoxy to keep them quiet as well as stabilising their magnetic characteristics. Dropping it has caused one or more laminations to come loose but it probably won't affect anything. You might feel the adapter now and then for a few days to ensure it is not running hot; warm is OK.
Posted on Sep 06, 2008
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