Question about Cell Phones
Just go get a generic charger that fix your phone. And the voltage info is usually on the battery
Posted on Jun 20, 2011
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Output Voltage is within +/- 5% of your old charger's output.
For example, if your old charger provides 19.5V, then you can use a charger that provides 20.5V or 18.5V.
2) Output Current is the same or higher than that of your old charger.
For example, if your original adapter provides 3.42 Amps, then you can use a charger that provides 3.42 Amps, 3.9 Amps or higher.
3) Connector tip must fit securely into your laptop.
Here blow is a store specialized in laptop ac adapters, have a check.
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