Question about Office Equipment & Supplies
I have inadverdently plugged my brand new LaserJet2605 colour printer (product Q7821A) into a 240v socket instead of 110/115 stepdown transformer.I managed to quickly pull the plug but alas I think its blown.Is there any chance to recover this machine or replace what has fused - it made a hissing sound and let off some steam?? before it was disengaged.I have since replugged it into the proper voltage but with no response.I would be grateful if anyone could guide me on this one.Thanks for your help.
You can source the replacement part you are after from HP. If it is available your should be able to find it at http://partsurfer.hp.com/cgi-bin/spi/main.
This is your best bet, however I should warn you that you may have an issue getting a 110v power sup unless you are in the US. Having said that your power outlet is 240v, I will assume you are not. You can order it, but you might be waiting for some time to get it.
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