Question about HP PSC 1350v All-In-One InkJet Printer
HP PSC 1350 power problem after lightning strike. The power adapter is NOT faulty, so is there an internal fuse that may have blown? If so, how does one access it?
If u have knowledge in electronics open the printer and check the power board if any IC's is burnt? check the whole printer if there any burnt parts inside. If it is YES better to contact HP or local technician bec. it is difficult to identify which parts is defective. so contact manufacturer for better results....
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