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Printer won't turn on

I have a canon I860. Yesterday it worked perfectly, today it won't turn on. there is a small buzzing sound from the back of the printer when its plugged in, barely noticeable, but i get nothing from it. any ideas?

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  • Anonymous May 05, 2009

    Just doesn't turn on anymore. Worked fine one moment, the next there was a failure trying to print and the diagnostics window said "Error Number : 5200 A problem has occurred with the printer mechanism. Cancel printing and turn off the printer. Wait a few moments, then turn the power back on. If the problem persists, contact one of the service centers."
    After that it never turned on anymore

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Sounds like power supply is cooked.

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