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Electric cord for power

Cord got lost in moving need cord from printer to electric plug in

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You can get one for any printer at radioshack

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Where can I get a replacement power cord for my Lexmark printer.


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Looking at the setup and spec sheets, the power supply is built in therefore no separate power block (transformer) to worry about. The power cord on the set up sheet looks to be a "Figure 8". Check on the printer itself and if the socket looks like this:
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then it almost certainly a standard lead that is used for many electrical appliances as well as computer peripherals, and should be obtainable at most electrical or computer shops. If you ask for a Figure 8 mains cable they should know what you mean but if have a way to take this picture with you - even better !
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Need a replacement cord (plug) for tv that was lost in move.


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You may go to electrical hardware or shop but make sure that they have the same configuration from end to end. what i mean is the connector to be plug on your tv set. try to take a snapshot before you go to electrical shop.

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I moved, now I can't find where to plug in the power cord? HELP


Actually, the power cord plugs into the printer's power adapter. Please see image below:
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If you lost the power adapter, please contact Lexmark Technical Support Center for assistance.
I hope this helps.

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I moved, now I can't find where to plug in the power cord? HELP


Actually, the power cord plugs into the printer's power adapter. Please see image below:
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If you lost the power adapter, please contact Lexmark Technical Support Center for assistance.
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Need instructions to replace the "carriage assembly" for ink cartridges on a HP 7400 OfficeJet All-In-One series printer.


  1. With the product turned on, open the print cartridge access door. The print carriage might try to move into the access area. If so, allow it to move to that position.
  2. Without turning off the product, unplug the power cord from the back of the product. Unplug the power cord from the power source. The power cord must be unplugged to allow the parts to be moved by hand and to reset the paper feed mechanism, without the risk of an electrical shock.
  3. Looking in through either the print cartridge access door or the output paper tray, you can unsnap carriage by pry back tabs or remove screws, depending on the model.
  4. Make sure the print carriage is loose and can move freely. You can then remove the carriage.
    You may have to reach through the output paper tray to access the print carriage.
  5. Close the print cartridge access door and plug the power cord back to the back of the product. Plug the power cord into the power source.
  6. Press the On button to turn on the product.

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Readoout says


1. Turn machine OFF and unplug electrical cord from wall or power strip.
2. Turn ON printer without the power cord plugged in (this will discharge the power capaciter in the printer).
3. Plug electrical power back in and turn on printer...
4. It should have reset.

Another possibility:
The scanner arm has the physical "lock" switch in the locked possition. Turn OFF printer and move the switch to the unlock position. Turn on printer.
This switch is for whenever the printer is moved to a different location and will protect the scanning bar.

Hope this helps!



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I lost my power cord for my Electric skillet and called Wal-Mart number on the back of the skillet and they said it would be able to be exchanged for a new skillet with a cord if purchased within 2 years even without a receipt or a box :-)

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