I've got a PS3 (40gb - Model NO. CECHH03), I bought it in London, and my system has a sticker that says that its voltage is 220 - 240v ~ 1.7A 50/60Hz and it was made in china, but i moved to Colombia and here the voltage is 110 - 120.
I've found in different forums that there is no problem if i change the cable cord for a latinoamerican ps3 one....
What should i do?
Do i have to change the cable cord or do i have to buy a voltage converter or should i just use an adapter?
Yeah i'm pretty sure too, but u know! i might plug it in and then... Fried it up!! lol! i have seen a lot of info in unofficial PS3 forums and I also sent an email to PS support 2 days ago and i haven't got an answer.
they said that PS just use different stickers according the country, but inside is the same power supplied for all of them (110 ~ 240)...
thnks for ur info!
anyone with a 100% answer?
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