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Replace power supply unit HP 8600

Hp OfficeJet Pro 8600 won't power up. Power cord is good so I want to replace the power supply unit in the printer

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Search on ebay for replacement

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"10.001" is probably 10.00.01 and is referring to a supplies error with the cyan toner. Try reseating the toner cartridge as the cartridge mounted chip may not have made good contact with the printer. If this doesn't take care of it, replace the cartridge.

Hope this helps!

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yeppers..you'll need a special driver either from the autocad program's website, for HP(or postscript) or you might find it at this link

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SOURCE: HP Deskjet 9800 will not power up.

Is there power coming out from the supply end
Is is a DC or and AC output supply?
If is it an AC output supply tyhebm in the back of the HP had an AC to DC converted that is realy a diode bridge and should contain a fuse in the circuit somewhere on that board

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SOURCE: HP Officejet Pro - Printer Door Open Light Stuck On

There is a problem with the proximity sensor for the top door. I have took mine off and soldered the connections over to trick it into thinking the door is closed all the time. I am trying to source a new part

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SOURCE: no connection ref hp officejet pro 8500 a909a

How are you connecting to the printer (over the network or a direct USB connection)? If you are using a USB connection, try a new cable or plugging into a different USB port. If you use a USB hub, try a direct connection.

If you are using a network connection, check if your firewall is blocking the connection. Also check that the router (or switch) didn't dropped the network connection and didn't re-synch with the printer (or worse changed the IP address of the printer).

I hope this helps.

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Hello Doctor,

In my OfficeJet 7410xi... it was the 802.11 card.
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I opened the rear ...
pulled the 2 wire (black & white) power feed and the printer came back to life (obviously no longer WIRELESS).

The annoying little card actually lived under the front key-control panel.

Needless to say...
HP tech-support was PATHETIC (in my humble opinion). My parts came from eBay... and the procedure came from anecdotal cyber-wisdom (other BEWILDERED HP victims sharing their frustrations).

On the 7410xi less than 2" x 3" (small) card nomenclature:
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HP "should" Help... I'd love to hear about it...!!

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http://support.hp.com/us-en/product/HP-Officejet-Pro-8600-e-All-in-One-Printer-series---N9/4322914/model/4323658/drivers/

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I had the same problem; it happened with the first copy I tried to make directly from the printer's console - but only with the Black ink function - with the same original on the flatbed glass I then tried the Color function and it worked fine. But when I tried the Black copy function, the strong vertical lines appeared again - about 7, evenly spaced across the page and running the entire length of the page.

Nothing about cleaning any part made sense: the printer was brand new, out of the box, the color ink function worked fine to copy; so did making scan copies. It was only the black ink mode in the copy function with the original on the flatbed glass that produced the vertical lines.

What cleared it up was shutting it down, removing and re-inserting the power cord the other way, i.e., turning it around (which might have nothing to do with the outcome) and Voila! - no vertical lines with the black ink copy function - Go figure...

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