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Old 02-26-2008, 11:04 PM   #1
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Power adapter

Uhm, this is sort of embarrassing, but I have forgotten what my power adapter for the 1150 is. I have so many gadgets {am currently labeling them all} that I've forgotten which power adapter came with it. I recently shorted out my laptop battery by doing something stupid, so if anyone can help me out I'd truly appreciate it!
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Mine says it's a Thomson and the end plug is yellow. If that's not enough to tell from in a big mess of adapters, the stats are
Input: 120v AC, 60 Hz, 18W
Output: 12v DC, 1000mA, center positive.
Any generic or universal adapter that can produce the same output and survive a particular country's input will work, if the plug fits.
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Thank you very much Jadon, that has helped a lot!!
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