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Check the AC adapter and power cord. It sounds as if either one end of the cord near the transformer box is loose, or the end that plugs into the computer is loose/not connecting properly. Failing that, make sure the wall socket you have the cord plugged into has power (try plugging something else into it). If everything I mentioned checks out, there could be something wrong with your battery.
That would be called an "ethernet" cord, especially if it looks just a little larger than a regular phone cord end and the cord itseld seems just a bit larger, too. It can be found at any major office retailer like Staples, Office Max....ad infinitum.
When the cord breaks, the internal spring will completely unwind. You have to re-tension the spring, then attach the cord and wind it onto the spool while holding the spool against tension. Finally, feed the end of the cord out through the cord port and tie the handle while still holding tension. A small pair of Vise Grip pliers will hold the cord while dealing with the handle. It's about like setting a trap without getting your fingers caught. Hope this helps!
I believe you're missing the power supply for the printer. The 3-prong power cord plugs in to the power supply. If you lost that part of the printer, I can only advise you to call Lexmark. They might be able to send you one.
The cord that plugs into the DSL filter is a phone line and the other end plugs into your DSL modem. Also, every other jack that has a phone or fax or answering machine or caller id box has a DSL filter as well, in between the jack and the device.