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HP 7410 All-IN-One: How do you take this printer apart?

HP 7410 All-IN-One

How does one take this printer apart without
destroying it? I need to replace motherboard.

Need to get top scanner bed off to remove cover
spring which covers motherboard screw.

Thanks

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SOURCE: Hinges for top cover for HP officejet 6210- Q5820A

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Do i need a power cord to operate the 7410


Hello,

The OfficeJet 7410 has a separate power cord and adapter (transformer) that has an output voltage of 31VDC @ 2420mA.

The original HP part number is 0950-4483 but they have a substitute part number of 0957-2145. It can be ordered from HP from this page:

HP Adapter 0957-2145

You may also be able to find one by either Googling the part numbers or if you have an eBay account search there. You may find a better deal.

Thanks for using Fixya. Please take a moment to rate this solution.

BTW, here is the main support page for your printer:

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HP has extended the warranty for some of these printers like the 7410. It's worth giving them a call. They just replaced mine without charge.

Have your serial number ready when you call HP. (800) 474-6836
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