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t3nshi
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Lenovo Ideacentre Y720 Cube power adaptor 100-127/200-240V in UK

Hi, I bought my Lenovo Ideacentre Y270 Cube (Legion) in Japan last year.

I moved to the UK a few days ago and I want to plug it in, but since the label says "100-127/200-240V" rather than "100-240V" I'm afraid it will be damaged. I found online that PCs that have that on the label have a switch to change from one voltage setting to another, but I can't find one on the computer. I tried opening the panel next to the power supply, but didn't find any switch anywhere.

 

What do I do?

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Re: Lenovo Ideacentre Y720 Cube power adaptor 100-127/200-240V in UK

The specs for this system show that both possible power supplies are "autosensing" for the input ac voltage.  Did you Google the manufacturers original part number(s) on the supply for the specs?  This may confirm that it is autosensing. 

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t3nshi
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Re: Lenovo Ideacentre Y720 Cube power adaptor 100-127/200-240V in UK

Yes I did, and I found it to be alright.

I plugged it in and it was fine! Thank you for your answer!

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