Question about Televison & Video
Posted by Anonymous on
I assume that's a typo and you mean 120VAC power port, not 12V -- if you really meant 12V absolutely not!
While it's becoming increasingly common for electronics to support both 120V and 240V into the same port, I would still check the manual before sparking it up. You didn't mention which it happens to be, but your TV has a make and model, right? In this day and age it's way too easy to find the manual on the web and know for sure. What possible incentive could you have to risk a guess? If you guess wrong you'll destroy the TV, and even run the risk of injury and/or fire.
So the best advise is RTFM. :-)
Posted on Apr 08, 2015
Better not be 240 on that will blow the tv across the room . should be the same one as 120 would be
Posted on Apr 07, 2015
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