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[Answered] Can use 19V 3.42A notebook adapter on a notebook requiring 19V 3.14A

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Question in title, all I need to know. Probably a really dumb question to ask too
Edited by xd_1771 - 5/23/11 at 1:31am
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Yes, more is better. The Voltage must be equal and the Amps on the new charger must be at least the amount of the one that replaces. If it has more amps it's like having a larger PSU than what you actually need (by .3x19=5.7W in your case)- pointless for a laptop but not harmful in any way.
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Excellent, I had suspected this was the case. That'll do.
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Yeah you'll be fine.
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