Question about HP Officejet 5610 All-In-One InkJet Printer
The power just went dead. Everything is still connected the way it was...what happen?..any suggestions?
There are 4 options available.
1. Make sure you are connecting the printer directly to the wall outlet. (Not to a surge protector or a multiple connector).
2. Check with the power adapter (power module) that connects the printer to the wall outlet. If there is an LED on the Power adapter, make sure it is glowing, and if LED not present, please switch on the power and see if the power module warms up.
3. Check the cable from the power adapter to the printer.
4. In some cases, you may also try connecting the printer to some other power outlet. (In case you suspect the wall outlet as the culprit).
If all the above are fine, you need to check up with the printer (It may require a service from a technicial or you may replace it if the printer is still in warranty)
Posted on Oct 19, 2008
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