Can't get kodak to help with printer under warranty
I have been trying since Jan 4 to get a replacement power cord/AC adapter,first call they said they would send me a new cord(never received) but calls since then they say, we will call you back.They never do call back,how do you get someone at Kodak to help?TIA,Maggie
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Visit www.kodak.com/go/z650accessories for: Kodak EasyShare camera dock series 3 - powers your camera, transfers pictures, and charges the Kodak Ni-MH rechargeable digital camera battery. Kodak EasyShare printer dock series 3 - powers your camera, makes 4 x 6-in. (10 x 15 cm) prints with or without a computer, transfers pictures, and charges the Kodak Ni-MH rechargeable digital camera battery. Kodak 3-volt AC adapter - powers your camera.
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1.Check the power outlet if it's working. 2.Try to also change the power cord with good one. If it works then the problem is the power cord. 3.Try to use a good know ac adapter to check if the only problem is the ac adapter. If it works then the problem is the ac adapter. If your still in warranty, you can go to this website to get a replacement ac adapter acclaim.toshiba.com or go to toshibadirect.com to order replacement for non-warranty. 4.If could borrow a battery that has same specs and size of your battery , you may put that on your laptop and try if the laptop will power ON. If the laptop won't turn ON, meaning there is a system board problem, if it turns ON the only problem is the ac adapter.
If your still under warranty, you may contact Toshiba, you may send it at no cost.
Sounds like a build up of static electricity. Try doing a power discharge.
1: Take out the battery. 2: From the adapter box (not the wall) unplug the power cord. 3: Press the power button 10 times. On the eleventh time hold it down between 25-35 seconds. 4: Plug in batter and power cord.
The computer should turn on. If not, the most likely cause is the system board or the AC adapter. You might want to try another AC adapter to ensure that the adapter is not the issue. If it's not the AC adapter then the system board is most likely dead and you need to call Lenovo (800-426-7378) to see if you're under warranty and can get the computer fixed.
Usually, after a power outage, a power spike (when the power returns) can disable/blow the fuse in the AC adapter for the Wii.
- unplug the Wii's power cord from the wall, and leave it unplugged (from 5 mins. to 5 hours). Then, plug it back into the wall. (Unplugging the power cord from the back of the Wii will not help. You need to unplug the power cord from the wall.)
- This usually helps reset the fuse circuit in the AC adapter, and your Wii should work again.
- open the panel on the AC adapter box in the power cord; since the screws are proprietary, you will need to creatively use existing tools to turn the screws
- check the 3A fuse in that box; if it looks blown, then replace it
- it might be cheaper to replace the AC adapter with another one
1. Either the AC adapter is faulty or 2. There is no power from the socket you the device is connected to or 3. AC adapter is not connected properly to the power socket and the printer or 4. The 'transformer' inside the printer has blown
Scenarios 1, 2 and 3 are easy. Scenario 4 requires either you return the printer to Lexmark and they repair it, or you purchase another printer. If it's still under warranty, contact them. If it's not, think about getting a replacement from another manufacturer.
Try the printer in a different outlet (other side of room, or similar, not same power Jack)
If you have power here, your issue is likely the outlet, not the printer.
If the power cord has an "on" LED, check to see if it is lit up while plugged in.
If you have an LED with no light while it is plugged in, you are looking at a power adapter that is no longer working
If there is no "on" LED to check, your next best bet
is to take your printer and power cord to a store that sells printers,
and ask if you can "try" a new chord before buying it. (most stores
will allow this to keep customers happy)
You may also want to check with the manufacturer if the chord is found to be bad, as some will send replacements free of charge.
The last option is that there is an issue inside the
printer. This is not likely, though it is possible. Most printers have
an external power adapter that keeps any power issue outside of the
printer, but I can't tell from the Canon site if this printer has one
or not. (It would be a black box between the plug and printer.)
This can also be checked by "testing" a new chord at a store. New chord, still no power, internal issue.
If this is the case you will want to contact Canon if the unit is still under warranty.