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Hi @beenz,
 
Assuming that your UK adapter has a DC output (you didn’t specify) it won’t harm the device but maybe it won’t run it that well either. You can only trydevice.
Assuming that your UK adapter has a DC output (you didn’t specify) it won’t harm the device but maybe it won’t run it that well either. You can only trydevice.
 
It dependscan operate on how critical the circuit design of the device is to having 10V supplied as opposed to the 9V that you want to supply.

Sometimes the 1V can make a difference. After all in this case
6 x 1.5V AA batteries (9V) so it is 10% less.should work
It dependscan operate on how critical the circuit design of the device is to having 10V supplied as opposed to the 9V that you want to supply.

Sometimes the 1V can make a difference. After all in this case
6 x 1.5V AA batteries (9V) so it is 10% less.should work
 
Also verify that the plug of the replacement adapter is centre pin +ve as shown on the adapter case, (see image below of your USA adapter which shows the +ve goes to the centre spot of the circle - the circle represents the plug - inner and outer connectors).
 
If the UK adapter has a reversing plug attached at the end of the cable i.e. it can be flipped over to supply either +ve voltage or -ve voltage from the adapter, depending on which way it is attached to the cable, ensure that it is supplying +ve to the centre pin of the plug.
 
[image|2049647]
 
(click on magnifying glass symbol in image to enlarge for better viewing)

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Hi @beenz,
 
Assuming that your UK adapter has a DC output (you didn’t specify) it won’t harm the device but maybe it won’t run it that well either. You can only try.
 
It depends on how critical the circuit design of the device is to having 10V supplied as opposed to the 9V that you want to supply.
 
Sometimes the 1V can make a difference. After all in this case it is 10% less.
 
Also verify that the plug of the replacement adapter is centre pin +ve as shown on the adapter case, (see image below of your USA adapter which shows the +ve goes to the centre spot of the circle - the circle represents the plug - inner and outer connectors).
 
If the UK adapter has a reversing plug attached at the end of the cable i.e. it can be flipped over to supply either +ve voltage or -ve voltage from the adapter, depending on which way it is attached to the cable, ensure that it is supplying +ve to the centre pin of the plug.
If the UK adapter has a reversing plug attached at the end of the cable i.e. it can be flipped over to supply either +ve voltage or -ve voltage from the adapter, depending on which way it is attached to the cable, ensure that it is supplying +ve to the centre pin of the plug.
 
[image|2049647]
 
(click on magnifying glass symbol in image to enlarge for better viewing)

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Bearbeitet von: jayeff ,

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Hi @beenz,
 
Assuming that your UK adapter has a DC output (you didn’t specify) it won’t harm the device but maybe it won’t run it that well either. You can only try.
 
It depends on how critical the circuit design of the device is to having 10V supplied as opposed to the 9V that you want to supply.
 
Sometimes the 1V can make a difference. After all in this case it is 10% less.
 
Also verify that the plug of the replacement adapter is centre pin +ve as shown on the adapter case, (see image below of your USA adapter which shows the +ve goes to the centre spot of the circle - the circle represents the plug - inner and outer connectors).
 
If the adapter has a reversing plug attached at the end of the cable i.e. it can be alteredflipped over to supply either +ve voltage or -ve voltage from the adapter, depending on which way it is attached to the cable, ensure that it is supplying +ve to the centre pin of the plug.
If the adapter has a reversing plug attached at the end of the cable i.e. it can be alteredflipped over to supply either +ve voltage or -ve voltage from the adapter, depending on which way it is attached to the cable, ensure that it is supplying +ve to the centre pin of the plug.
 
[image|2049647]
 
(click on magnifying glass symbol in image to enlarge for better viewing)

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Hi @beenz,
 
Assuming that your UK adapter has a DC output (you didn’t specify) it won’t harm the device but maybe it won’t run it that well either. You can only try.
 
It depends on how critical the circuit design of the device is to having 10V supplied as opposed to the 9V that you want to supply.
 
Sometimes the 1V can make a difference. After all in this case it is 10% less.
 
Also verify that the plug of the replacement adapter is centre pin +ve as shown on the adapter case, (see image below of your USA adapter which shows the +ve goes to the centre spot of the circle - the circle represents the plug - inner and outer connectors).
 
If the adapter has a reversing plug attached at the end of the cable i.e. it can be altered to supply either +ve voltage or -ve voltage from the adapter, ensure that it is supplying +ve to the centre pin of the plug.
If the adapter has a reversing plug attached at the end of the cable i.e. it can be altered to supply either +ve voltage or -ve voltage from the adapter, ensure that it is supplying +ve to the centre pin of the plug.
 
[image|2049647]
 
(click on magnifying glass symbol in image to enlarge for better viewing)

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Bearbeitet von: jayeff ,

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Hi @beenz,
 
Assuming that your UK adapter has a DC output (you didn’t specify) it won’t harm the device but maybe it won’t run it that well either. You can only try.
 
It depends on how critical the circuit design of the device is to having 10V supplied as opposed to the 9V that you want to supply.
 
Sometimes the 1V can make a difference. After all in this case it is 10% less.
 
Also verify that the plug of the replacement adapter is centre pin +ve as shown on the adapter case, (see image below of your USA adapter which shows the +ve goes to the centre spot of the circle - the circle represents the plug - inner and outer connectors).
 
If the adapter has a reversing plug i.e. it can be altered to supply either +ve voltage or -ve voltage from the adapter, ensure that it is supplying +ve to the centre pin of the plug.
 
[image|2049647]
 
(click on magnifying glass symbol in image to enlarge for better viewing)
(click on magnifying glass symbol in image to enlarge for better viewing)

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Bearbeitet von: jayeff ,

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Hi @beenz,
 
Assuming that your UK adapter has a DC output (you didn’t specify) it won’t harm the device but maybe it won’t run it that well either. You can only try.
 
It depends on how critical the circuit design of the device is to having 10V supplied as opposed to the 9V that you want to supply.
 
Sometimes the 1V can make a difference. After all in this case it is 10% less.
 
Also verify that the plug of the replacement adapter is centre pin +ve as shown on the adapter case, (see image below of your USA adapter which shows the +ve goes to the centre spot of the circle - the circle represents the plug - inner and outer connectors).
 
If the adapter has a reversiblereversing plug i.e. it can be altered to supply either +ve voltage or -ve voltage from the adapter, ensure that it is supplying +ve to the centre pin of the plug.
If the adapter has a reversiblereversing plug i.e. it can be altered to supply either +ve voltage or -ve voltage from the adapter, ensure that it is supplying +ve to the centre pin of the plug.
 
[image|2049647]
 
(click on image to enlarge for better viewing)

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Bearbeitet von: jayeff ,

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Hi @beenz,
 
Assuming that your UK adapter has a DC output (you didn’t specify) it won’t harm the device but maybe it won’t run it that well either. You can only try.
 
It depends on how critical the circuit design of the device is to having 10V supplied as opposed to the 9V that you want to supply.
 
Sometimes the 1V can make a difference. After all in this case it is 10% less.
 
Also verify that the plug of the replacement adapter is centre pin +ve as shown on the adapter case, (see image below of your USA adapter which shows the +ve goes to the centre spot of the circle - the circle represents the plug - inner and outer connectors).
 
If it isthe adapter has a reversible plug i.e. it can be altered to supply either +ve voltage or -ve voltage from the adapter, ensure that it is supplying +ve to the centre pin of the plug.
If it isthe adapter has a reversible plug i.e. it can be altered to supply either +ve voltage or -ve voltage from the adapter, ensure that it is supplying +ve to the centre pin of the plug.
 
[image|2049647]
 
(click on image to enlarge for better viewing)

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Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: jayeff ,

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Hi @beenz,

Assuming that your UK adapter has a DC output (you didn’t specify) it won’t harm the device but maybe it won’t run it that well either. You can only try.

It depends on how critical the circuit design of the device is to having 10V supplied as opposed to the 9V that you want to supply.

Sometimes the 1V can make a difference. After all in this case it is 10% less.

Also verify that the plug of the replacement adapter is centre pin +ve as shown on the adapter case, (see image below of your USA adapter which shows the +ve goes to the centre spot of the circle - the circle represents the plug - inner and outer connectors).

If it is a reversible plug i.e. it can be altered to supply either +ve voltage or -ve voltage from the adapter, ensure that it is supplying +ve to the centre pin of the plug.

[image|2049647]

(click on image to enlarge for better viewing)

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