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HP ac/dc adapter 0950-4340

The green light on the plug turns off as soon as I plug it in to the printer. I unplug the adapter and replug in to the wall and the green light comes back on.
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D.J. Miller

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  • DjRaceman Feb 09, 2008

    Interesting suggestion...when I plug it in that way, the light on the power supply plug just barely flickers...doesn't fire the printer up though..

    D.J.

  • Anonymous Feb 15, 2008

    I have the exact adapter situation when trying to use it with an HP laptop. Same adapter.

  • MJhnsn Feb 23, 2008

    Exact same problem - green light comes on adapter, but goes off once inserted - no combination of what was plugged into what first matters. Does anyone have a solution to this, or determined that it is simply a faulty adapter?

  • Anonymous Mar 30, 2014

    No lights but AC adapter shows 18 volts DC at plug

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Hi , plug first the adapter to printer before plug it to ac outlet.

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