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Hi,

Try to connect your printer to a different power outlet and check if that causes the problem or try connecting a different power cord. In case the issue still thesame after using a different power cord, there could be a problem with the power button of the printer.

Keep me posted.

Posted on Nov 16, 2008

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Try this out:

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