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disconnect the power cable for your printers as well as the computers and reconnect them.
if the computers are on then there should be no problem with the power supply. try and connect your printer in hte same power supply.
if still not working then try connecting your computer to the power supply where you have connected the printer. if the computer is not working in the power supply then the problem is with hte power supply.
If the printer is not being detected correctly check both ends of the USB cable to ensure they are firmly attached. Do not have the cable connected to a USB hub or other device. If possible, try using an alternate USB cable that has been tested with another device and is known to work correctly. Ensure the USB cable is connected to a port on the BACK of the computer if possible as some ports on the front of the computer do not neccessarily supply the amount of power that is needed for printers.
Check the Device Manager listing to ensure the printer is showing up. To do this power the printer on and right click the My Computer icon on your computer then left click Properties. Select the Hardware tab and click the Device Manager button. Are there any listings displayed with a question mark or exclamation mark? Is USB Printing Support listed under the Universal Serial Bus Controllers section? You may need to click the plus sign beside this listing to expand the category tree.
If the printer is listed with an exclamation mark or question mark, right click the printer and click Remove, then select Action from the top of the window and select Scan For Hardware Changes. This should 'find' the printer again and the drivers should be reloaded successfully.
If the printer is listed correctly, try selecting the printer properties (browse to the printer window, right click the printer and select Printing Preferences) and clickc the Ports tab. Ensure the port that is selected is USBPRN01.
I don't remember a little camera light on the control panel of my 6110 (though there is a little telephone light on the left side that usually indicates the fax/modem line is in use), but it sounds more like an electrical fault. I suppose you could try to replace the power cord and power supply, but my guess is that the fault is intermal. You're most likely looking at taking the printer in for service. Good luck.