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Battery Charging Problem

Going on a vacation in Europe, understood that the power there is 220V, i have the adapters for the plug, but i was wondering if i can charge US batteries which are built for 110V with a 220V?

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The problem is not with the batteris, but with your charger, you have to make sure it can take 220V or you will burn it. Look for a switch on it to change from 110V to 220V.

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