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Power failure Having stored the printer for 4 months, when switched on, no power. Tested cable & fuse - no problem but cannot detect any voltage output from transformer pack.

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Unplug the power supply(the black box behind the printer where the power cord is attached) from the printer. With the power cord plugged in to a known working power outlet in the wall and the other end securely plugged in to the power supply, check for voltage output. If still none, Lexmark may be able to send you a new power supply for free. You can contact Lexmark at 1-800-LEXMARK(1-800-539-6275).

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