Question about HP DV9913CL-RB Entertainment Notebook
Check the power adapter, if it says 100~230V INPUT, it's fine to connect to 220V. If says just 90~120V, it cannot be connected to 220V.
Posted on Nov 08, 2010
Testimonial: "Thanks, The battery unit stated that it was good for 110-240V but there wasn't anything on the unit. Just wanted to make sure that I wouldn't kill it."
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