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Which power cord do I use with T632? 110v or 220v?

I bought a used Lexmark T632 at a bankruptcy auction for home use. It had obviously been used, but the only power cord that came with it was a new, unused 220v cord. Is this what has to be used with it? Or can I use a standard 110v?

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Check on the back of the unit it will have a power sign somthing like this 110v~240v if it has this then yes you can if not and just 220v mains only then it can only be used on this voltage. same for other like 110v. most are multi voltage but companies can buy none multi voltage systems so if they are stolen they can only be used in an area with that voltage.

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Try to look the description if it is for 220 or 110 and it is 100-220 its ok for both

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SOURCE: I just bought a used Lexmark X1240. The only

Yes, it needs a power cord. Refer to this Setup Guide:

X1200 Series Setup Guide

See step 2.

You can order it from Lexmark. See:

Power Cord 21B0106

If you are not in the US or Canada, Comment back and we'll track the correct one down.

Thanks for using Fixya.

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