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Is there any way to change the UN55C8000 to accept 220V instead of 110V, like changing out the AC-DC converter within the LED TV?

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You need to get a transformer( 110 to 220).

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Ram,

Good day mate, no problem you can plug your dvd direct to your outlet since it indicates 100 - 240V it only means your player is capable of having either 110V 0r 220V.

note: also try to check 1st if you will see a voltage selector at the back of your dvd player. it's either a slide switch indicating 110 or 220V. if no sign of this selector no problem you can plug your player straight to your socket.

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