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HP Deskjet 9800 will not power up. Tried replacing power cord and tried plugging into a different power outlet. The little green light on the back of the power supply unit comes on, but the printer will not turn on.

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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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  1. Open the top access door on the printer.
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