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110v-220v HELP!

Discussion in 'Mobile' started by SleepyPilly, Jan 26, 2018.

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  1. SleepyPilly

    SleepyPilly New Member

    Im currently in Canada so i use tge 110v adapter , im going on a vacation and that country has 220v
    If i charge my phone with the 110v adapter whats gonna happen?
  2. shmekermeister

    shmekermeister Well-Known Member

    You should be able to find 110V to 220V converter. If you ask me where exactly - I don' know. If you still have time before your trip, try to order some from web shops.
  3. SleepyPilly

    SleepyPilly New Member

    I dont really have time , ill take a snap at walmart, canadian tire
    I wonder if ill ie able to charge it in the airplane too
  4. shmekermeister

    shmekermeister Well-Known Member

    Never been to Walmark (they aren't present in my country), but since it's huge store, I believe you should find it in electronics department.

    Anyways, I wish you luck finding the converter.
  5. Just take a look on the adapter. It should be written 110-220v 50-60hz.
    So it will work in Europe you only need a US to EU adapter. That cost around 3€.
    It is sold in airport but a lot more expensive
  6. 2ndcarpenter

    2ndcarpenter New Member

    I live in Korea. I plugged my charger that came with the phone into the 110/220 plug adapter and directly into the wall. Of course I made sure it was dual voltage first but these days almost all are.I would have been surprised if it wasn't.
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