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: "Jim" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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: > Acer Aspire One D250-1165 came with a power cord that says 125V 7A.
: >
: > The transformer attached says 100-240v~ 50-60hz.
: >
: > The manual says "This product should be operated from the type of power
: > indicated on the marking label"
: >
: > Which "Marking Label" do I believe?
: >
: > I bought it in America (110v) but want it to run in Asia (220v).
: >
: > Jim
: Jim
: As others have stated the power supply is rated for your Asian voltage
: (220V)
: The power cord however is 'not' rated for 220V.
: To be be safe you should replace the 'cord' with one rated at 220V.
: That way you are legally covered should there be any issues with the cord
: the future.
: (fire, electrical shock etc)
: A local (Asian) computer shop should be able to supply you with a suitable
: replacement.

Do a web search the (interchangeable) plug/wires are available on line.

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