Question about Canon PIXMA MP510 All-In-One InkJet Printer
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It is possible that the power supply in the printer has failed. You will need to open the power supply unit whichcis within the printer. Open the panels and get acess to the power supply which is a SMPS- switch mode poweer supply. Start from the fuse, the surge protector which could be short or the mains rectifier, mains capaccitor or the SM driver. Replace and proceed.Check for short inthe secondary side for fusible resisistors opening, for diode shorting or zener shorting. Also check for the optocoupler which feedsback the switch. Use a good multimeter to check. If you are not familiar ask a friend with electonics knowledge to help. However if you visibly notice a fault of a burnout replace and proceed. hope this helps. Good day
Posted on Jul 20, 2010
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