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Traveling to Brazil fearful of using 220v power outlets

What Should I do to protect my compaq nx6110 when having to use a 220v power outlet?

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Where u ll be in Brazil. In São Paulo the default voltage of power outlets is 100v.

Here in Brazil the ac adapters comes form factory bivolt (110/220)..

Didnt understand your fear..

send me an email if I can help u. Im brazilian and I live in Osasco-SP.

Good luck in your travel

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