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Master Geek


Topic # 14480 5-Jul-2007 16:41
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Hey all

I'm trying to replace my power cable from my Presario v4000 laptop but no luck as of yet can anyone recommend anywhere to try looking heres the information it has on my old power pack

65W
INPUT: 100-240v 1.6A 50-60Hz
OUTPUT: 18.5v 3.5A

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Master Geek


  Reply # 77099 5-Jul-2007 23:19
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Master Geek


  Reply # 77121 6-Jul-2007 10:48
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Well they all seem to have a higher wattage to my old one

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  Reply # 77132 6-Jul-2007 11:34
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Phone jaycar (they have a website) or dick smith.  As for wattage, you want at least 65W, higher is ok.



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Master Geek


  Reply # 77136 6-Jul-2007 13:05
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so If I get one thats got more watts but the same output and input its not gonna cook my laptop?

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  Reply # 77139 6-Jul-2007 13:24
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The voltage output of the new PSU must match the voltage output of the new PSU.

The current output of the new PSU must match, or be higher, that the old PSU.

As timestyles said 65w will be ok, but higher will be better, if it is not too much more expensive.



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  Reply # 77153 6-Jul-2007 14:54
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Cool I found a suitable one then thanks for your help

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