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I have a canon IP6700 printer, rated 110 ACvolts, accidentally plugged into 220 AC outlet. Is it broke the whole unit or just the power supply section of the printer?

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Need to replace the power supply. And also some other parts can be damaged.

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Why don't you contact the supplier and get a replacement. It must still be within its 1 year warranty period?

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Yes you can, just make sure that the switch mode power supply you purchase has the same wattage or greater wattage that your old switch mode power supply.

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