>>25716 There's probably a voltage regulator in the device that's allowing it to work. Since you're using a lower voltage charger, make sure that the charger is not supplying more current than it's rated for. You can do this by grabbing a multimeter and measuring current.
Since I don't know enough about the devices, I wouldn't recommend using the 5V charger frequently on the device. Try and purchase a 12V one.
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