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Won't turn on after changing to new batteries

LED read low battery. I changed to 4 brand new ones and now it won't turn on.

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  • Pam Baker
    Pam Baker Mar 20, 2014

    That was the first thing I tried after I put in the new batteries. They arein correctly,

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Did you put the batteries in correctly? It could be that simple.

Posted on Mar 20, 2014

  • Lawrence Oravetz Mar 23, 2014

    Ok, Is there any white stuff growing on the springs that the batteries connect to? You can clean them with some vinegar on a Q tip. Do you have a wall adapter for the printer? Does it come on when connected ? Have you tested the new batteries for the correct voltage?

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