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Plugged printer in wrong voltage Hello I will really appreciate your help! I have a HP laserjet 2300, I plugged the power cord in 220v and it is for 110v, what sholud i do to fix it. I have knowledge about how to take it apart, does it have a fuse in the power supply? Do i have to replace the whole power supply? Thanks so much for your help!

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If you plugged the printer in to any thing higher then 110 volts and i donot knw how you could do this your machine may be fried

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