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Printer dead, no lights, not powering up at all

The printer is completely dead. No lights, no sign of power. The only sound from it is a steady clicking when the power source is connected. The outlet is good and the power source is putting out 30W.

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Your power supply is probably dead you will have to replace it

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If it is not getting any power at all, only one of three things: cord is fried/dead; could be the outlet, try something else in the same socket; or, the board in the printer is dead.
1. Press the POWER button to power on the printer The device has a <POWER> button.
Connect the power cord from the printer to the electrical source.
Press the <POWER> button.
Wait until the device has completed its cycling process before submitting a print request or completing installation.

2. Disconnect and Reconnect AC power adapter or power cord to the device and electrical source
  • Disconnect the AC Power Adapter or power cord from both the device and the electrical source.
  • Then reconnect it.
  • If you are still unable to obtain power to the device, try another power outlet.
  • If possible, try connecting power directly to a wall outlet (as opposed to using a surge protector or power strip...just as a troubleshooting measure).
3. Disconnect and reconnect the electrical cord to ensure a secure connection 4. The iP6000D may require repair
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I know of a cause for either case.

Case 1. It is clicking when printing. Sometimes the toner cartridges are not seated properly in the imaging unit, and causes the gear on the cartridge to slip making a clicking sound as the gear is being turned. Try pulling out the cartridges and try turning the gear. It should turn smoothly without binding. If it binds, there is not much you can do about it except replace it when it goes empty. Reinsert the cartridge and check that it inserted completely into the imaging unit.

Case 2. Printer is dead, not printing except making a clicking sound. This is due to the power supply board failure. Usually the failure is due to a blown filter capacitor on the power supply board. The power supply is located on the right side of the printer. Remove the right side panel to get access to the board. The board can be either repaired or replaced. Hope this helps you.

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Try perform these steps as --->
Please perform these steps as please disconnect the power cable and press the power key for 30 seconds and at the same time connect the power cable then turn on the printer and let me know the status


And also perform this steps as 1. Disconnect and then reconnect the power cord.

2. When the lights begin to flash, press and hold On and Copies button.

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2. When the lights begin to flash, press and hold On and Copies button.

When only the On light is flashing, release the buttons.

When the On light is steady, the reset is complete. the reset is complete.


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