Does Anyone know how to test Canon i860 AC Adapter??
We accidentally used our Canon i860 printer (rated for US 120V use) with the wrong step dowh transformer here in Australia.
Now the printer would not work, not even power up. I was wondering if its the AC adapter that is gone.
Does anyone know how to test if the AC adapter is working?
Re: Does Anyone know how to test Canon i860 AC Adapter??
Yes I know.
put the adapter into the plug and switch on, and put the another side in a glass which contains water, then you can observe water avaporate or not. If water avaporate it is working otherwise it is not working.
Just try and send me reply
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You have most likely cooked the Wii itself, To check connect the correct power adapter to the correct system and in the correct power source ( 120v or 220v ) if it works all good if not you know you cooked it. If you are unable to test in this manner have it checked by a qualified technician.
If you then click on the "Resources" tab, you'll be able to download the manual. The A/C adapter you're looking for is the "Yamaha PA3B Power Adapter", which has now been discontinued. You can use an universal power adapter instead using these specifications:
Input: AC 120V, 60HZ
Output: DC 12V, 700mA
Polarity: Center Positive (+)
Of course you can use the 220v AC adapter, it will not harm your massager but may only underperform [slow speed, slow vibrations etc]
And be aware that the foreign products you receive, and have adapters rated at 120v are bound to get busted if you use them here in India, don't use them at first place. Rather, buy an adapter rated for 220-240v for the same output voltage as that of 120v