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Topic # 80099 26-Mar-2011 14:36
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model blc150901500wu
input 100-240 50/60hz
0.5a
output dc9v --- 2.0a

the end part i plug into my tablet PC broke it still works but hardy i have to keep moving it around ect to get it to work where can i find a new one Ive goggled but it was no help ill post pic if anybody needs them

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  Reply # 452070 26-Mar-2011 14:40
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It's a 9V DC 2A plug pack. Not much more I can tell you.

As to where you can get a replacement from would depend entirely on the type of connector on the end.


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  Reply # 452072 26-Mar-2011 14:45
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Don"t move it around too much or you'll stuff the socket on your tablet... big $$$ unless you're a whiz with a soldering iron etc.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 452079 26-Mar-2011 15:15
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blakamin: Don"t move it around too much or you'll stuff the socket on your tablet... big $$$ unless you're a whiz with a soldering iron etc.


oh crap hope i have not done anything to it



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  Reply # 452082 26-Mar-2011 15:17
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Should be ok if you don't wiggle it with too much force and get a new power supply ASAP

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