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It is impossible to say without checking several components and running some tests. It is most likely a problem on the power supply module although it is possible that it could be the y-main, x-main, and y-drive modules. I would definatley let a tech take a look at it and give you an estimate. A lot of times there will be capacitors that will go bad on the power supply module that can be replaced that is fairly inexpensive. You can inspect the power supply yourself for bad caps if you want. The caps will be mushroomed or domed on top rather flat. You can google electrolytic capacitor if you are unsure what they look like.
Posted on Jul 29, 2010
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