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Am I ok to charge my D80 with only a electricity adaptor for use in Ireland? Will the charger convert itself to the correct current/voltage over there? Or will it fry my charger/camera? Help!

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  • lesbertrand Jul 03, 2009

    Yes, it should be good! thanks!

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Check the charger, it's fine if it shows 110-240 volt. otherwise, do not use it.

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My toshiba satilite L305D-S5940 Wont charge has new battery new power cord It comes on acts like its going to work then shuts off and sometimes wont come on What could it be please


Hi there,
1st : you can check from the power cable charge
2nd : check the adaptor charger if there is a light indicator or not, or you can check with multimeter to check the voltage on charger adaptor, does show the proper voltage for your laptop, you can check at the end of the connection that leads to the laptop.
note : Remember use DC current at Multimeter
3rd : if the adaptor running well, just plug on the adaptor charger to the laptop, dont turn on the laptop power, just see the light indicator with battery / lightning image on laptop, its explained that there is or is not the power current running to the laptop.
3rd.A : if its no power goes to the laptop then your adaptor charger is failed
3rd.B : if is there, there must be a problem with your motherboard, section power / power plugs, why do not want to charge with a new battery.
Conclusion :
- if the problem on number 1 & 2, then you can change the power cord and the adaptor charger.
- if there is problem on the 3rd.B then you can go to the toshiba services center for your problem.

thats all, hope its help.

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CHARGEING A LANDLINE TELEPHONE


You can if your charger is universal, if not, by the correct charger for that voltage. The device itself wont matter what voltage is being used as the charger will convert the input current of 240V to whatever the phone is rated at (maybe 9VDC?)
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Hi, i have svoa labtop and now my charger adapter got burnt due to electrict short. Now my charger is not working and i cannot use it.


OK. But I don't understand what the problem is.

AC adapter (Charger) is burnt out, by a new one.

Look at the old 'charger'.
Look at the label.

Input: 100 ~ 240VAC/50 ~60HZ.

100 to 240 Volts AC, at 50 to 60 Hertz. (Cycles per Second)

Output:
This is what you need to know.
What is the output voltage of the original charger?

Example;
Output: 19VDC @ 4.63A

19 Volts DC at 4.63 Amps. (Amperes)

Your charger MUST put out 19 Volts. (For the example)
It WILL be DC electricity, so don't worry about that. (Direct Current)

[Your 'charger' is more than that. More than a charger for the laptop battery.
It is also a Converter. It converts the 100 to 240 Volts of Alternating Current, (AC), into a low DC Voltage.

Plus it charges the Battery, WHEN needed ]

Post back in a Comment as to what the exact query is.
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I lost my adaptor plug charges, so how?


This is not a complex problem, to find an acceptable charger for your machine all you need is some basic information about the device. First you will need to know the voltage and current requirements of the device. This should be posted usually as a sticker on the bottom of the device near where it would be plugged in, it should say something like 5 VDC 400mA this stands for 5 volts of DC voltage, and 400 mili amperes of current. Next you should take your device to a Radio Shack store they have lots of adapt-a-plug chargers with many voltages and currents and many tips to connect to them. All you need to do is find a correct tip to fit into your device, they have at the store an index where you can try different ones in your device. Once you have found a match you will need to locate either a home charger or a car charger with the EXACT voltage level as indicated on your device. I.E. if your device says 5vdc you need a charger that says 5VDC. Once you locate an acceptable charger check to see that the current rating is greater than or equal to what your device says. Most people think that a higher current rating on the charger will burn up the device, this is not true. The device only draws as much current as is necessary(trust me I am an electrical engineering student). Next the assembly of your charger is as simple as plugging the plug into the charger, there will be instructions on the box. The whole rig is usually less than 20 bucks, so its not too bad.

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Firstly I would suggest that you check whether the problem is really with the charger or the Dc9099 Battery itself. All rechargeable batteries deteriorate over time, especially if they are left fully discharged for a long time or are frequently left on charge for extended periods.
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The adaptor supplies more voltage than is needed to charge your batteries and operate the PC so there is a circuit, often mounted on a small, separate board inside the unit that regulates voltage for the PC and monitors and regulates the charge current for the battery pack.

Testing the plug-in adaptor without a load (drawing current from it) is not a reliable way to test it since it could itself be defective and lose some or all of the 19 volts once required to deliver current.

You might try removing the battery pack to see if the PC will turn on without it.
The packs have thermal fuses internally that can fail preventing a charge to take place.

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If the AC power light is blinking, try the following steps:

1 Cut off power to the computer by disconnecting the AC adaptor and removing the battery. The error condition will be interrupted, and the AC power light will stop flashing.

2 Put the battery back into the computer. Do not connect the AC adaptor. Try turning the computer on again. If the computer starts normally, the AC adaptor may be
defective and will need to be replaced. If the AC power light starts flashing, remove the battery, and continue with the steps below.

3 Connect the AC adaptor to the computer. Leave the battery out of the computer. Try turning the computer on again. If the computer starts normally, the battery may need charging, may be depleted, or may be defective. Turn the computer on, insert the battery, and then leave the computer running for several hours, which will deliver a slow, steady “trickle-charge” to the battery. Once the battery has been trickle-charged, it may begin working correctly again. If the trickle-charging does not prove effective, consider replacing the battery with a new one.

4 Connect the AC adaptor to a different power outlet, preferably in a different room. If the computer starts normally, there may be a problem with the AC outlet itself, or the voltage level available from it.

5 Verify that the AC adaptor is the correct unit for your computer model. The computer may not be able to start from an AC adaptor that is rated for less current (amperage) than the computer requires, even if the rated voltage is correct, and the plug fits correctly in the DC-IN socket. The labels on the bottom of the computer and the AC adaptor show the specifications for voltage ("V") and current ("A") for each device. The voltage level must match exactly. The amperage rating of the AC adaptor must be equal to or greater than that required by the computer

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