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When i plug in the power cord in the back of the peinter the green light turns off. the printer will not turn on

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It is a clear issue with the power cord and the printer.

You can get the power cord replaced free from Kodak.

As far as the printer goes, you can check with Kodak about the warranty period.

Posted on Oct 15, 2009

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