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Re: lg tv mod ct29q26et
Enquire to the LG service rep in your area for the proper adabtor. Double check with them if the power supply in your model series is compatable to the AC mains voltage at your location. If not, the set will be badly damaged!
As for changing countries with these TV sets, not all of the model series will follow different broadcast standards. This is another thing for you to enquire about with the local LG service rep.
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Look carefully at the adaptor and see if it takes any voltage besides 110 (it will say in very tiny print, you will need a magnifying glass). if it does NOT say 220V or 240V then you friend the adaptor. Get another adaptor - most are "dual" voltage meaning they run in the U.S. or overseas.
Also check for "polarity" (which part of your plug is + or - ).
One buy one from Agfa by visiting thier website and checking out the support section.
Two check the lable on the printer or the manual which will tell you how many volts and how many Amps / milliamps it needs to run. Armed with that information go to almost any electrical store large supermarket and check out the multi voltage adaptors (ask in the store for help but results may vary from knowledgable to moron) buy one with at least the same Current or more if its 500 mA and they have one at 750 mA I would take that one. go home and plug it in checking that you have the correct end ( they come with a good selection) also check if it needs centre positive or negative (usually centre positive) and set your new adaptor to suit. It may have a small switch that does it for you or yo may have to change a the way the and connects as they are sometimes reversible just for that reason.
I know it sounds a lot to do but it means you can go out and get an adaptor without having to wait for Agfa and you will probably save money too
You should be able to buy an after market power adapter for your laptop and it would be cheaper.
Make sure it matches the same voltage and amps as the Sony.
Check the Internet, do a Google search for Sony power adaptors.
Before you buy a new power adaptor, check the with a multi-meter, the voltage should be slightly higher than the voltage that is printed on the lable on the bottom of the power adaptor.
If you get a very low or zero reading then the adapter is faulty.
If the adaptor is OK then the problem is a faulty power connector on the laptop and a computer repair shop can repair it.
I had the same problem and we cut up a stick on lable and placed it over the end of the remote . It weakened the signal enough to where it would not change the other tv/tvs. We colored in the white lable with a black marker and you dont even notice it there.
It took alittle playing around with but it was much cheaper than buying a remote.
If you have tested the power adaptor with a multi-meter to confirm it is OK or the other adaptor is also OK assuming that it is the correct voltage and at least the same current rating. Then the fault is most likely the power connector in the laptop.
To confirm this, power up as normal with the power adaptor connected and switched on, when the blue LED dims wriggle the power connector where it connects into the laptop and if the LED comes on or blinks, that means that you have a faulty power connector, it couls be a dry solder joint at the power connector.
It is possible that the power adaptor is shutting down (thermal overload) due to insufficient current capacity, Check the Amp rating of the laptop, it is usually on the lable on the botom of the laptop and check it against the power adaptor, the adaptor should be equal too or greater that the laptop's current rating.
To fix a faulty connector, you can dismantle the laptop and with a fine tip temperature controlled soldering iron, resolder the power connector and hopefully this will fix your prolem.
Hey Erolon, Nintendo Wii's sold within the United States will primarily be NTSC-formatted devices. Unfortunately, because Europe utilizes the PAL format instead of NTSC, you would need to have an NTSC-compliant TV in order to use a Wii purchased within the U.S. Please also keep in mind that video games are often region-coded to work only with the consoles sold in the same area of the world. In other words...if you were to purchase a Wii within the U.S., you would only be able to play video games purchased within the U.S. as well. Additionally, remember that the United States and Europe use different electrical standards: 110V/60Hz for the U.S. and 220V/50Hz for Europe.In order for any electrical device purchased within the U.S. to function properly overseas, a voltage adaptor may be required. Hope this helps you out. Sincerely, Aaron Go Ahead. Use Us.