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Old 02-16-2008, 03:09 PM   #1 (permalink)
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It may sound very "dumb", but, I am going to Brasil today and was wondering: I should be able just to use the right charging adapter and plug, done....right???
It won't "burn" the phone or anything?
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Just make sure you have the international charger and adapter kit.
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Just make sure you have the international charger and adapter kit.
I have the regular cable ( charger ) and a piece that can attach to it, different than the one use in the USA, it is the plug with round prongs. Is that it?

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Have fun in Brazil...my sister-in-law is from there and I hear it is beautiful
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Depends on what part of the country you go to. In the south they had US style plugs and voltage. Up north it is different.
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Interesting that a country would use two different voltages for household power: 110VAC and 220VAC.
If I had a prefference...220V it would be, hands down.

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Interesting that a country would use two different voltages for household power: 110VAC and 220VAC.
If I had a prefference...220V it would be, hands down.

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Why do like 220v?
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220v is better for the cholesterol.
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And cheaper...
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220v is better for the cholesterol.
only with dinner. too much will destroy your liver.
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Wirelessly posted (8830 WORLD EDITION (ALLTEL): BlackBerry8830/4.2.2 Profile/MIDP-2.0 Configuration/CLDC-1.1 VendorID/106)

You are to funny.

I really would like to know.

Steakman why is it you like 220v?
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