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HP LaserJet 4 will not power up. For several months, it has been taking longer and longer to power up. Flip the switch and nothing happens for minutes, then it cycles on. Now, nothing. No lights, no hum, no power on. I changed the power cord. No effect.

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Hello,

The AC Power supply in your printer is out. The laserjet 4 and 4+ printers would both have long power up times when the power supply would start to die. You can get a replacement power supply very cheap now since the printers are older. We have them in stock as pulls from parts printers that should work just fine for you. We sell them for $30 plus shipping. We also have service manuals available if you need one. Let me know if you need more help.

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Posted on Sep 10, 2009

Testimonial: "I was hoping it was this simple! I will see about replacing the power supply and let you know. Thanks!"

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