From: Dan (dan_at_dbdigitalweb.com)
Date: Mon Mar 21 2005 - 19:04:54 PST
Raymond Kloss wrote:
> Just to put things in perspective, I have an eMate that is burnt out from a normal Newton 12v recharger. Plugged it in overnight, and I smelled ozone the next day, now it doesn't work. Will have to workbench it soon when I figure out the problem.
> So just because you have a normal Newton recharger, doesn't mean you are 100% safe.
Yes all things can fail in this world. It is rare but yes can happen.
But the normal adapter is not 12v. 7.2v. If you were using a adapter
that said 12v, it was not a original apple adapter made for the Newt.
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