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On your way to where you live in France, when you stopped in Germany, customs asked you questions about your electronics and you told them what you told us - that you had lived in France for 2 years, and bought all these items in the US a year and a half ago. They asked you if you had declared them and paid import duties, and you said no. They then imposed ...


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While it doesn’t specify if it must be fully charged TSA said: As the traveling public knows, all electronic devices are screened by security officers. During the security examination, officers may also ask that owners power up some devices, including cell phones. Powerless devices will not be permitted onboard the aircraft. The traveler may ...


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The BS4573 plug is a standard British shaver plug and the socket looks like a multi-plug receptacle. It could be that someone crammed something in the outlet that was too big and bent the contacts inside so they don't grip. Or maybe they are just getting well used and lost some of their spring. You can try shining a flashlight into the socket to see if ...


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If possible, drop the packaging, and carry it in the the cabin-luggage/side-bag. You are out-of-trouble. In very rare case, even if you questioned, say it is for personal usage. You are good to go.


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Having spent years upon years through monsoons in India.. Laptops will not get spoilt. However, I have heard of cases where people who lived in beach facing apartments faced faster corrosion of their electronics, but these were older electronics like amplifiers / equalizers. Given todays electronics manufacturing (boards coated with some resistant ...



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