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Yes, there is an internal fuse. I have a DX5000 as well which woould not turn on so I ripped it apart to check for an internal fuse as all other fuses, cables etc were fine.
I have to say it is a bummer to get to the fuse in the DX5000. You have to take out each and every part of the assembly before you can reach a fuse on the Circuit board attached to the main input.
It is a T1.25 Amp 250V ceramic fuse which I could not get hold of therefore decided to ditch the printer.
I would say it is not worth the effort, just get a new printer. Look out for deals... I got the Epson Stylus SX200 on a half price deal for just £39.99. Its better and faster then the DX2000 and this time I checked the power input. It is easy to open and access the main input circuit from the back in this one.
NOTE: If you do happen to go for ripping the thing apart then please do not touch the power circuit board with you hands even if the printer is totally disconnected as it has a capacitor on it which will discharge and give you a little shock if you happen to touch it. Good luck.
Posted on Nov 17, 2008
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