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I unplugged my printer cause I was relocating to another city. Now I am trying to open my printer and cannot do it. I am using a Apple computer.'

So far I have plugged it in to electrical source. But there is another wire. Where do I plug that in?

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Hi, i think the other wire you have is a usb wire ? this plugs into the back of your computer. hope this helps

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