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Printer Problem I have an HP Designjet 10ps inkjet printer which started to power itself off right after it had finished printing a job. Now it has started to power itself off right in the middle of a job which means I can't print out a full spread without it turning itself off. Any ideas what the problem could be?

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Re: Printer Problem

Power supply is probably faulty on the printer

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