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Could I use my battery charger in France

Could I use my battery charger bought in Canada when I'm in France?The electricty in Europe is different.

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Yes and no, the charger will probably work with the voltage and frequency in France, but the plug will not, you need to buy a North America to France AC plug adapter. These can be had for a few dollars in most places. You might even find one at the airport, even if overpriced.

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