Replacing Laptop Charger

jilmh23

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So my dog ended up biting on my laptop charger which was

Chicony AC Adapter:
Input: 100-240 V~2.9 A 50-60Hz
Output 19 V -=- 10.5A 200W

New Charger:
Input: 100-240 V~2.25A 50-60Hz
Output: 19V(19V) 9.5A(9.5A) 180W

I wanted to know if the new charger would damage my laptop in any way?
If it wouldn't damage the laptop what would be the negative effects of using this charger less power, I don't really know please help :)



CPU:Intel core i7 7700hq 2.8ghz
GPU:Nvidia geforce gtz 1060 6gb
 
The main thing that comes to mind is that it may not actually both run the device and charge the battery. This is why I am really not a fan of aftermarket parts for laptop batteries and chargers. To many ways it can not work correctly and cause damage.
 
The main thing that comes to mind is that it may not actually both run the device and charge the battery. This is why I am really not a fan of aftermarket parts for laptop batteries and chargers. To many ways it can not work correctly and cause damage.
 
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