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Old April 17th, 2014, 02:39 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Going to Australia. Can't find ANYWHERE if my Maxx charger is 110-240. Don't want to fry my phone!

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I'm pretty sure there are not. You may just want to hit radio shack while you're down there, they'll have something.
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Can't believe the answer WAS hidden on the plug the entire time. I even used a magnifying glass and missed it. It is compatible 110-240. Wahoo. Motorola customer support found it.
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