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If there is no power at all (no light), and no sign of life, then the problem is the power supply.
Check the power cord, ensure that it is weel plugged to the power adapter AC socket, and that the DC socket is well plugged into the printer. If the AC socket hhoks up directly into the printer, ensure that the cord is well pushed inside the printer socket.
Some printer like most Lexmark inkjets use a power module that looks like a black plastic block that can be pulled away from the printer. Ensure that this is in correct position. Disconnect main power first.
If there is no evident problem with power cord and adapter (when present), then the fault is the printer internal power supply. This can get easily damaged by a short caused when pulling printer cord or moving the printer.
In that case call the manufacturer at the number listed on the owners manual (or on their website) to repair the fault.
Posted on Apr 26, 2010
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