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Power supply Had a power outage and cannot turn the printer on since. Any ideas>???

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Have u tried to unplug it and leave it unplugged for a while?that is the first thing i would do.if that doesn't work let me know and we will try a couple things.also please tell what kind of printer.thank you

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