Question about HP PSC 750 All-In-One InkJet Printer
Most of the printers might be equipped with a power surge protection fuse. But it may present within your printer and may be hard for you to reach it but a service person can. So take a look around your printer and if you can find any small red capped fuse holder like thing, then check for worn out fuse and if so, replace it to bring back your printer to life.
If you are not all hearing or seeing any notification when your printer is powered up, then its obvious that the power unit inside your printer got fried due to electric surge and in this case, its better to make a hardware service call to authorised printer service center. Claim it under warranty if still your printer has one.
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Posted on Jul 06, 2010
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