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Topic # 223925 24-Oct-2017 16:17
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Yes I'm well aware this is an ancient computer. I'm posting this for a mate.

He has an HP Compaq 6710b but I believe the 6730B has the same charger.

INPUT AC 100-240V 50-60Hz
OUTPUT: DC 19V 4.74A 90W

Connector Size:
Internal 5.0mm
External 7.4mm

Anyone have one of these lying around? 


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  Reply # 1889208 25-Oct-2017 11:25
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Sam ... is that connector tip one of those large jobs with a centre pin?  Usually had a yellow coloured rim?

 

If so, I have a Lenovo 90W 20V one that might do the trick?

 

 

 

 


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  Reply # 1889258 25-Oct-2017 12:39
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PM sent, but I have a couple of these chargers floating about.  Going by google searches they are the standard HP large circular plug with the tiny pin in the middle


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  Reply # 1889812 26-Oct-2017 13:25
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They are one of the many standard HP power packs :-) . Its a standard sort of plug, for many HP laptops
Some old Dell's also used the same plug & voltage .

 

 




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  Reply # 1890851 26-Oct-2017 15:32
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Thanks for that 1101. He's gone ahead and purchased one from somewhere.


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