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Cant get my printer to turn on

During the early morning we had a power surge and computer did shut down then restarted and was protected which I also though the printer was too but when I went to use it it would not turn on so I shut everything down and unplugged the printer (all outlets) and plugged it back in and turned on the computer etc and nothing...still no power at all to printer. Could it be damaged now because of the power going off in the night? I checked everywhere for a reset button or something. Read the manual and still no solution to get my printer to even turn on.

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Check the fuse in the plug??

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