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DAGG - Answered a Question by knapper (09 Sep 07 19:37)

You will need an american adapter as the destiny used to be american ship in an early life.

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Tottle - Answered a Question by knapper (10 Sep 07 23:27)

Just got back from Destiny last week, the plug in cabins are 110v and need flat pin plug, some ladies complained they didnt work too well due to the low voltage. There are also plugs in corridors which you can use, which I think were higher voltage. If you have any further questions please ask...

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Atkins - Answered a Question by knapper (03 Nov 07 10:41)

The plugs in the corridors are 2 pin continental, I think they are 220V. I have seen others using hairdriers in the corridors.

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