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Hi Guys and Gals!!
I'm looking at purchasing an MAC G4 800 MHZ here in the USA the thing is I'm moving to the UK in September will this work with 240V @ 50hz when USA is 110V @60hz ?
I think it will work with just a new power cord am I correct?

Thanks

Carl

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Hello,

According to Apple's website:

http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=30705

Suggests that power requirements are auto-sensing from 120 - 240 Volts. Frequency is 50 - 60.

What is the specific model of iMac that you have? I would look a little deeper to be sure.

Christian

Hi Christian
I'm looking at getting a iMac with a 1.25 GHz processor, 256MB of ram and an 80 GB hard drive

Thanks
Carl

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that will work ok but if u have any warrenty on it, it prob will not count in the uk.

DAVE

Excellent point.

I know that some companies have some funny things with their warranties. You buy the thing in America, your warranty's from America, but then you have to call the local tech support for issues, who directs you back to America... wash rinse repeat.

Personally, I'd just forget the thing had a warranty if I were moving out of the country.

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hi i have just bought me a used 24" iMac 2.8 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo 4GB 800MHz Ram from a dude in HOLLYWOOD USA and i didnt think to check if it will work in ENGLAND !! OOoop's....Can anyone help me and put my mind at rest ???

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