Question about Computers & Internet
Some of the HP scanners have a removeable cord like the one on your desktop PC. Check to see if ther'e a loose connection to the scanner end.
Remove and test the fuse or the circuit with an ohmmeter.
If possible, verify power at both ends of the fuse while plugged in.
If there is power through the fuse I'd test the switch. If they are both OK, and power gets through both the fuse and switch, then the unit is likely toast.
Good luck, Jidza
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
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