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Power Adapter Can I use the AC power adapter and battery charger overseas?

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The operating voltage of the AC Adapter Kit/Compact Power Adapter/Battery Charger is 100V - 240V and conforms with international standards. Voltage may be unstable in some countries/regions. Please take care when using the device. The shape of the plug varies depending on the country/region. Make sure the conversion plug adapter is the right shape for your location.

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I see you are having issues with you G550 charging.

You mentioned that the light on the charger is lit up but then it suddenly switches Off, and you also mentioned that the charge still has a light but the power is somewhat low despite of a fully lit up charger Light.

Have you tried draining the power from the system?

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