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Power supply out on printer

Their is no power to our printer. We checked all connections and appear ok.

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Try replacing the power cord first... Also try resetting the surge protector if you have one. If all else falls, try sending in for repair to the manufacture.

Hope this helps...

Posted on Dec 22, 2008


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