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I need a replacement power supply cable for my Lexmark Z2300 printer. Spec is 15 watt universal pwr supply, 100-240 volts AC, 50-60 Hz. Any good ideas on where to get one? (quickly & cheaply, if possible) Thanks, Karen

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This may be hard to find in stores but I strongly suggest you contact Lexmark technical support to request this. They may require your contact info and the printer's serial number for documentation purposes. Thanks

Posted on Aug 04, 2010

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Need voltage spec.


Power Supply: 12 Watt Universal Power Supply (100 - 240V AC, 50/60 Hz) Average Power in Standby: 7.5 watts Average Power in Standby with Power Saver On: 6.5 watts Average Power while Printing: 9.7 watts
I hope this information has been helpful.

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What type of power cable is required for P915. thank you. I just have a USB.


Lexmark P915 requires 25 Watt HV Adapter (220 - 240V AC, 50/60 Hz) in HV countries OR
25 Watt LV Adapter (100 - 127V AC, 50/60 Hz) in LV countries.
So, you have to buy a power supply as per above specification.
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In case the cable marked at '2' above is missing, you can find/ use a similar cable, which can be purchased from a local computer store.
Lexmark P915 Setup Guide

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I lost my printer power cable and i can't find one in the shops. do yu know of an outlet that may supply this?


From my research, it looks like you need a 15 Watt Universal Power Supply (100 - 240V AC, 50/60 Hz) . These can be found at many online stores. I'd try www.sparepartswarehouse.com to see if you can find the one you need. Or click here to visit the lexmark parts store... https://parts.lexmark.com/wpo-catalog/US_en/search/data_type:part/21G0615

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-best of luck

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What is the power supply for the hp 845c printer ? Thanks,


Electrical specifications NOTE: The HP Deskjet automatically accommodates the worldwide range of AC line voltages and frequencies. There is no on/off switch on the power adapter. Category Specification Input voltage 100 to 240 volt ac (VAC) (+/- 10%) Input frequency 50 to 60 Hertz (Hz) (+/- 3 Hz) Power consumption (maximum) 4 watts maximum when off

4 watts minimum when idle

45 watts maximum average printing (Printer carries the ENERGY STAR emblem)

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Need to convert 120V AC/DC current to 120V AC 60Hz 15W


there is no such thing as "ac/dc" current-its either one or the other--if its a 120 Volts then chances are it is AC already-at 60hz---the 15 Watts or any Watts is the amount of draw from the unit-not the power supplied to it- Watts= Volts(supplied)/Amps(being used) if you only want to supply 15 watts then reduce the amps (with a fuse) to .125amps

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Power supply specification


the zebra part number is 105925G-002

Its auto-switching 100 ~ 240 Volts AC, 50 ~ 60 Hz external power supply




Phone: 44 (0) 1772-693-069

FAX: 44 (0) 1772-693-046
email: repairupdate@zebra.com

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I need a power supply for my Lexmark X2470m printer. The part number is: 21G0615. How can I go about ordering this part on line?


try going to lexmark home page,then scroll down to support then click on the online parts order support,u might have to create a account.but look on the left hand side of page and click on search by part number,type in the part number then click search. it will bring up the part which will be a 15 watt universal power supply 100-24v ac,50/60 Hz.which will cost $8.45 and they do have it in stock. but you will have to creat an account to login to purchase. hope this is what you are looking for.

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