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Vtxlux
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110 volts and 220 volts?

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Can the above slim desktop PC be used with 110 volts and 220 volts?

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After watching a YouTube video on how to replace the power unit i saw a sticker on the power unit. I removed the side cover and the sticker says:

'Input 100 to 240 volts"

Please remove your side cover and confirm this for your computer.

Steve L.

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@Vtxlux , welcome to the forum.

 

I have searched all of the information provided by HP and can't find any mention of the power output of the power supply unit (PSU).  If it is interchangeable there will be a switch on the PSU that states that it is dual voltage.  If there is not switch it is not.

 

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After watching a YouTube video on how to replace the power unit i saw a sticker on the power unit. I removed the side cover and the sticker says:

'Input 100 to 240 volts"

Please remove your side cover and confirm this for your computer.

Steve L.

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