Question about HP LaserJet 1200 Printer
Converting a power supply from 110 volts to 220 volts input isnt't easy task buddy. it needs alot hardware changes in it and there is not gaurantee of compatible electronics parts. I gave you a simple and economical solution/ suggestion. final decision will be yours.
Posted on May 30, 2008
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hi. I had the same problem and to fix it you need to take printers right-side cover off. Underneath you'll find a Power Supply Board - hidden under metal cover. Take it out and disconnect two cables from it. Now, I had to replace an fuse 125V 4A and varistor E241AD 83P on the Power Supply Board in mine HL-2140. It works fine now.
Note: I could not find the exact replacements in electronic store so I used:
- fuse: 250V 4A
- varistor: FNR 10K241 (241 is the important number)
Hope it helps.
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