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Dell PA-3E Power Adapter – Always look for the ‘family’ of Dell Chargers

When looking for a Replacement Dell Laptop Charger, if you still have the old one, you can look on the casing on the adapter to find a ‘family’ number. This tells you which family the Laptop Charger belongs to. By getting this number, when you buy a replacement you ensure all of the correct specifications. This includes the size of the charger tip and the output ampage and voltage.

These points are obviously important to make sure the thing actually fits into your laptop and that the power will be enough but not too much for the laptop. If any of these parts are incorrect you will end up having to return the item. This family number will be on each original Dell product in very small writing so it may take a little bit of searching for but it is worth it to ensure you order the correct item. One of these family numbers is the Dell PA-3E Adapter. If this is written on your old charger just search for this on our website and let Laptop Power UK take care of the rest.

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