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To clear the error, turn the printer off and then on again. If the problem persists, leave the printer off for 15 minutes to reset the formatter. If the problem continues, contact HP Service. See HP Customer Care
There is only one way to find out if it is an issue with the printer or the Power cord or Power Adapter.
every HP printer has 2 parts. One cord connects the Printer to an
Adapter. the Adapter cord then connects to the Wall outlet.
that you have connected the printer to working outlet, Check after 10-15
mins if the Adapter ( black box ) is warm or cold. If the Adapter is
warm and the green LED light on adapter is glowing, then it could an
issue with the Cord or the Printer.
Try with another Adapter or power cord to diagnose.
For Other brand printers, there should be a power adapter ( black box ) and it should be warm when connected to wall outlet, if it is not warm then it is defective power adapter that you need to replaced. Else it is a problem with printer mechanism.
Pull the power cord out of the back of the printer.
Then move the printhead to the center and pull out the ink and the printhead. Clean the printhead and examine the bottom for burned areas.
With the printhead still out, close the cover and plug the power in and turn the power on. If your printer isn't damaged, it should go through all diagnostics and give you a solic green light. This means you probably need a new printhead.