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First thing I would Check is that the outlet you have plugged it into has power just to humor me plug a known working device into the same outlet to see that the outlet has power if it does then check that the power cord to printer is plugged into the socket and back of printer tightly also some power cords for printers seperate in the middle near the power converter be sure that is plugged in snuggly, If that all checks out Check inside the printer for damage which may have happened during the move, open all printer access doors and visually inspect all areas inside printer for signs of damage. If that all Looks Good Go Here to get support on this subject.
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Are you sure there is power on the outlet? If yes then probably the power cord is at fault. You should have a handy tester at hand to go further. You could buy a cheap one at any hardware or electronic shop. Now for the power cord. First remove the back cover of your unit. Then set your multimeter to voltmeter range... at the highest range. Plug your oven to the power outlet. Trace the line of the power cord inside the oven. Look for the connections and markings for Line1 and Line2. Now point your test prod to these connections. You should read a voltage similar to your power outlet. If not then replace the power cord. If its OK then remove the power cord to the power outlet. Set the multimeter to the Ohmmeter range. Check the coil if it is OK. You should read a reading of less than a hundred ohms or more. Be sure to remove any connections to the coil before doing this test. If everything goes well according to the test procedure then the culprit must be the power switch or the connection going to it or to the coil.
All telivisions has fuses inside. Some of them has one, and some has two. If your tv doesn't power on, and power chord and outlet is ok, surely the fuse inside may blown out. There may be some reason for the blowing of fuse. Fuses are used inside tvs are for protection purposes. f any overvoltage or over current taken by the system, the fuse will blow out. you must fist find out the resom for the bowing of fuse. New fuse must be put in only after that check. Otherwise you will spoil the whole circut board inside the tv irrepairable. Concat a service personnal, and let him do that. Ok.
Remember, different tvs have different power ratings. Must select proper fuse according to the ratings.
The only thing that could stop you from turning the printer on other than a broke printer is the power/power cord is not connected. The printer should turn on without a USB or parallel printer cable attached.
If no lights are showing when you try to power the printer, check the power connection in the back of the printer to ensure it is plugged in, check the plug into the adapter is connected and that the power cord's plug is connected to the wall outlet - if you have a power strip make sure it is turned on and the circuit breaker is not popped. Make sure that there is power to the outlet by plugging in something else to show it has power. If all of those check out ok and you have a meter, check for voltage at the power connector at the printer (pull the plug out of the printer and check voltage from inside the plug to outside the plug. It should be 18 vac.
If all of this is ok, there is something wrong inside the printer. Probably time for a new one as cost to repair is probably too high.