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  Reply # 1914836 7-Dec-2017 19:36
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if its of any help my laptop is a Toshiba satellite p50-c




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  Reply # 1914840 7-Dec-2017 19:42
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actually the laptop says 19 v on the base so might have answered my own question..?should work/? What would happen if it was wrong..lol




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  Reply # 1914853 7-Dec-2017 20:37
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foxy38: been told by fugoo I need a19v charger Would this be a plug that charges a laptop in nz?


Doesn't your fubar come with a charger? Most sellers say it does.

Google Fugoo charger, look at image results, you'll see a laptop style charger with the mains cable connected via a readily available Fig 8 style cord. Get borrow steal local version of this cord.

Relax!

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  Reply # 1914857 7-Dec-2017 20:44
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And please don't attempt to use your laptop charger to charge the speaker.




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  Reply # 1915426 8-Dec-2017 20:05
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ok lol try n relax wheres this fig 8 style charger..reason for a little stress is I use tis when I go camping at xmas don't wanna leave it to late to have the correct charger when I go away is all




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  Reply # 1915452 8-Dec-2017 21:53
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Last time.

You will get the correct charger in the box with the Style XL. What probably won't be correct is the cord with the mains plug and fig 8 plug that connects the charger to mains. This would be what the correct one would look like if it had insulated pins on the mains plug. https://www.pbtech.co.nz/product/CABDNX9054/DYNAMIX-2-Meter-2-Pin-figure-8-power-cable-Figure

My local op shop has a large bin full of misc cords like that for $1 -$2 each.

Hope you have access to power on your holiday :-)

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  Reply # 1915487 8-Dec-2017 22:55
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  Reply # 1915735 9-Dec-2017 17:41
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ok now im with you bung cheers..lol took a while..probly have a plug like that myself somewhere,,if not pb tech will have a small order..and yes there is power where I camp hoping with a good battery life only need charging a Cpl times..




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  Reply # 1920801 17-Dec-2017 15:35
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Has arrived a few days early sounds amazing ..plenty loud enough and works well,,charger to power outlet wrong, found a figure 8 cord that holes are a little small ,but has charged fine tight fit into charger will look for another cord sometime..with smaller holes..thanks for ya help gz




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