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Laserjet 2300d will not power up. Is there a fuse or circuit breaker on the power supply? How do I access the Power Supply?

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First check the power cord and source.. if you have a spare cord, switch them, if this does not work turn on the printer and listen closely for any sounds, like a humming , if there is not sound then there is a fuse on the power supply, you can pull it and replace.

and if that does not solve the problem time to replace the power supply board.

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