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Printer hardware problem

Hello, My printer won't turn on... when I called the HP customer support. They told me it was a hardware problem... Can someone help me?

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Yes it is a hardware problem your logic board is bad

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Plz check ur power cable and power supply unit

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Plese check the fuse in the power supply unit of your printer

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