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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...

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I have an Acer AX1700-U3700A and I was working online and stepped away came back and the computer was turned off. I Pressed the power button but nothing turn on .... I have not idea what happened .... Is...


  1. Check your computer is getting power, (reconnect power from outlet)
  2. if power is ok, then open your computer cabinet, disconnect motherboard power (24 pin), then make short Green and Black wires and check power supply fan is working or not, (Switch off computer when disconnecting)
  3. if fan is not working replace power supply (SMPS) and check (working fan means SMPS is ok, but in some occasions Fan may work in defective SMPS )
  4. if the power section is ok you need check you mother board
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First check if the printer is already installed into your computer.
Start>Control Panel>Printers and Faxes, then check if the printer was installed. e.g. Canon Pixma MG5270

If not please do the following:
1. Check if your printer is connected to the computer via USB, and check if you properly plugged in the power supply.
2. Look for the software or installer of your printer. Insert the CD to the CD-Rom and Install it until the setup completes.
3. After the installation of the printer, click Start>Control Panel>Printers and Faxes, then check if the printer was installed. e.g. Canon Pixma MG5270
4. Then try to print out some document. Just click File>Print and choose your Printer e.g.(Canon Pixma MG5270) then click the O.K. button to print the document.

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I checked my power supply and it is ok what next the pc just wont power up


It seems your pc SMPS(power supplybox) is not working well at all
Just check whether your bios screen appear or not. if it appears on screen and after that power goes then you must check your pc ram. take it out clean it with a cloth and plug in again.
if your using ups just check it in case its working or not.

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You will have to troubleshoot and find out where the fault is. Here is what I do….. First, check the Power is ON, cable is OK and IN PC, Then open PC up, and remove all power connections from everything EXCEPT the Motherboard Connector.(s) (Remember where they go, draw a diagram etc) Power the computer up, and does it switch on? NO, Then, remove the RAM, does it Boot up? YES Faulty RAM, replace. If it still does NOT then your Power Supply Unit is probably Faulty.(But it may be the motherboard) either way we need to test more with a known good power supply. With know good PSU, plug this one into the Motherboard Connection(s). Does it work, YES. Problem Solved. OK back to Frst: Because it DID go the PSU WAS OK, The MB was OK & the RAM was OK, Now then we plug in each of the other Items, DVD Hard Drive, etc, etc. One-at-a-time, until we find the one that stops the PSU. (It has protection and will "Shutdown in event of a fault") The one that stops the PSU is your culprit, replace whatever it is.

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I understand that while the laptop is connected to the power supply it's ok, and while it boots up, even with the cord disconnected, it stays on but only briefly, but after a while, it shuts itself down?
If this is so, it would appear that your battery is dead and needs replacing. Your laptop will still work, as long as it's connected to its power supply. It should even work with the battery removed, provided it's plugged into the adapter.

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psu burn? anyway maybe wrong voltage supply,you replace psu(power supply unit) but check voltage rating if 220 or 115 volt make sure on this if auto volt fine ,but if there is selector for 220/115 adjust to what volage you have.,i think some device may affected of short circuited,
if pwer supply is ok now,you can test your device
disconnect i.d.e cable of cd room,floopy,and hard disk.on figure 4d74a22.jpg
all ide cable must disconnect,then if you got other video card put on it,loosen screw,and detouched at backside the vga cable releasing two quick lock bolt in.replaced video card,plug in and swich on
observed if windows appear at start menu only your motherboard is fine,if not check memory card replaced if you have two one by one you can check it.
if you got to appear start menu put back your
ide cable on other devices such as floopy, hardisk and cd room.then swich on.
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Install its driver. Or in printing que set the lexmark 2600 as the printer to be use. Then test print. Check its data cable.

If this doesn't help leave a comment so we can device another solution

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An orange/amber light is almost always a power problem. Is the amber light on the monitor or the PC itself? I'm assuming the PC since you have the ability to read the screen. Your best bet is to check your power supply in the PC. Do you have a power supply tester (about $20) or another PC? You can switch them out and see if the orange light follows the power supply. Let me know what you find out.

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