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UNIDEN PMR885 Hi, Can you help me find a charger for the Uniden PMR885 radios, which will work in the UK. I need an AC DC transformer that will charge the radios at 9v 350ma.

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In the UK, Uniden is a brand name of MagicBox. Their customer services might be able to help:

http://www.magicboxproducts.co.uk/

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I'm glad to have a query that's easy-peasy to deal with.
Join yahoo group specific to your radio Make/Model, they will have the answers, plus you can freely download manuals and schematics also.

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