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I went to go plug in my charger only to discover that, one of the prongs is missing, the third one on the bottom. I've plugged in my computer, it still charges, I was just wondering if this is safe or if I should buy a new charger.

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I just bout a new electric dryer but the plug thats on the wall will not fit so y went and bout a new plug but the new plug takes 3 wires and the in the wall takes 2 can i still use the new one


TO BE SAFE...I WOULD PURCHASE THE CORRECT PLUG WITH THE TWO PRONGS THAT FITS YOUR OUTLET!

IF YOU HAVE THE CORRECT PLUG... YOU CAN USE THIS ONE...BUT YOU WOULD HAVE TO BREAK OFF THE GROUND PRONG BY BENDING AND WIGGLING IT, IT IS THE THIRD PRONG SEPERATE ON THE BOTTOM! IT SHOULD LOOK STRAIGHT & ROUND!

HOPE THIS HELPS...WOULD APPRECIATE A RATING...THANKS!

KIND REGARDS!

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View the electrical plug.

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A 220 Volt plug has two elongated prongs, but each will be opposing each other in the middle, but tilted towards each other at the top. Also, on a 220 plug, the third prong will not be round, but flat, and in a horizontal position.

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Hello, i have a invacare wheelchair that has 2 12v sealed batteries, wired in series at 24v. I wanted to find out the charge plug has 3 prongs, which should be -. ground, . over vice versa, how come there...


Salty The charger detects the batteries when it is plugged into the charger port. With the older chargers you could measure the output of the charger by measuring across the two outter pins. With the newer chargers there is no output until the charger is plugged into the charger port. Now on the M51 you should have an on-board charger and the cord plugs into the back of the chair into a three pronged plug. Now if you plug the on-board charger into the wall socket and look at the rear of the chair low to the ground you should be able to see a red and yellow light (red and green when fully charged). With this charger plugged in you can take a digital voltmeter set it on 200 v dc and plug the leads into the two outter holes in the charger port under the front of the joystick you should read 27-30 volts when charging and 24-27 volts fully charged and the charger unplugged. Hope this helps you

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Jassy 1103, will not start charging the battery.\r...


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The offboard charger has a 3-prong connector on one end and the other plugs into a grounded wall outlet. Plug the charger into an outlet and the three prong connector into the female three prong connector located at the bottom front of the joystick. Give it a good overnight charge and it should be back up to snuff in the morning.

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Have lost charger or the 2 prong adapter. Not sure as we have a 16 volt charger with single prong that may be for our light. Need to know what voltage required for the light to be sure.


According to the instruction manual for these swimming pool lights, the charger specifications are the following:

USA and CANADA: 14 VAC,1.5A UL/CSA-approved wall plug
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UK: 240VAC 50Hz/14VAC 1.5A CE-approved wall plug adapter
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The service rep for your GPS can change the battery for you if it is no longer holding the charge.

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