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My computer was turned off by unplugging not the power button now I can't turn it off or on

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  • mssheilag40 Jul 21, 2009

    I'm sorry I meant to say my printer ( HP C6180) was turned off by unplugging not the power button now it won't come on all the way or go off

  • flitemedic May 11, 2010

    unplug computer,remove battery, wait 30 sec.,put battery back in ,plug computer in and turn it on

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It sound like the power supply took a spike.replace

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