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Missing power module and lead, what is correct module number?

What is correct module number ?

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Hitron electronics model no:HEA-48-150080-5

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I looked at the specs for your particular HP Officejet 7130. It is extremely important to connect the correct powersource to this type of printer. All types of electrical appliances have specific amperage and wattage requirements. Connecting the wrong power supply could cause serious damage to a possible electrical fire. The following link is the installation instructions for your printer.

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Your particular printer requires a 100W and no more than 2.5Amp Max. You can call HP and inquire on a replacement power supply. The two parts that you need that are sold separate are the power cord and the power module. You will have to call HP at 1-800-227-8164. The power module replacement part no is C27296-60043. The power cord part no is 8120-6260.

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I have the same model of car, and I have had this problem before. It is normally the ignition module. Check that the coil has power going to it, using a voltmeter. The coil should have 3 wires connected to it. One is the big HT lead, and then there are two small wires, one on either side of the coil. One of the wires is for the constant 12volt power source, the other is the control wire. With the ignition switched on, you should be able to read 12volts at one of these wires.

The other wire is the control wire, it receives pulses from the ignition module that is inside the distributor. Effectively this switches the output of the coil on and off, and controls when the spark plug will fire. It is difficult to detect these pulses without proper equipment, but a multimeter set to AC might be able to detect the presence of an AC voltage (although it probably wont accurately display the correct voltage), which would indicate that the ignition module is working.

If the pulses are not present at the input of the coil, then your ignition module is probably the culprit.

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