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Toshiba Tecra M10 Chargers – 15V 5A chargers as a direct replacement for your faulty adapter

The Toshiba Tecra M10 Charger takes a very specific charger to power its battery and normal operation. The Laptop Adapter in question is a 65W adapter, which in itself is nothing unusual. However where you need to get the right specification is in the tip and voltage and ampage. Unlike most others, the power rating of this Toshiba Charger is a 15V and 5A output. If you tried to run a normal 19V laptop charger through this machine you could risk damaging both the charger and the laptop with the higher voltage.

To get the correct Toshiba Tecra Charger just visit and search for the model you need. If you do not find the exact model number you need drop us an email or call one of our sales team. We know what to look for to select the right power adapter so even if yours is not listed we can still help you out. Our 12 month warranty proves the quality of our products and should give you the peace of mind you need to buy with confidence.

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