I appear to be a little bit late to this party, however, I was under the impression that as long as the Amp rating was above the rating that you required, a device will only go as far as the amps that it requires. -I think that you might be thinking of voltage, in the example that you give. However, I would agree with what you say about third-party chargers, as a lot of them are not subjected to sufficient health and safety checks, even if it is a legal requirement in the country where you reside. (Some of this chargers have even been known to explode, with disasterous concequnces.). Then the bottom line is: You will void your warranty. So, I'm not disagreeing with you. -I just think that you misrepresented it slightly. I have just taken it upon myself to look it up, as it was a while since I did my NVQ. in Electronic Servicing, and I can confirm that this is correct. http://www.cambrionix.com/cambrionix_news/why-do-amps-matter/ I wouldn't want someone to not pay attention to your warning, on account of finding no literal evidence to support what you said. _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Don't forget your towel! (RIP. Douglas Adams.).
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