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Old Mar 2, 2009, 11:12 PM   #1
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Ibook g3 45 watt power supply

I bought a ibook g3 power adpater/power supply from ebay, and it didnt come with the adapter to plug in to the wall socket. I noticed the power supply says 1.2amps in and 1.875 amps output. I am so desperate I found a power cord that is for a printer that plugs into the ibook g3 power adapter, it says 7 amps 125 volts so i was wondering if i plugged it in would ut fry the ibook and power supply?

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The voltage and polarity need to match also.
Check them first. Very important!
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The voltage and polarity need to match also.
Check them first. Very important!
ibook adapter ( AC 1.2A 100-240V) input
( 24 volts 1.875A 50 - 60hz)

Epson cx 4450 / c331a ( 120, 50 -60 hz, 0.6a Class B device)
( 7amps, 125 volts , 7 amps)
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