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I am not too too sure as to the actual problem..... Do you mean that you plug it in, but no power comes to it? Let's go with that one... Make sure that you do not have a WALL switch that controls power to the actual outlet. Like when you walk into a room and flick the switch and the light comes on, could be the exact same thing for the outlet that your printer is connected too. There are also fuses that could have blown, check those too. Also try to plug the printer into a different outlet and see if that works, if so, the outlet could be bad. Please let me know if you need more help, it is a pleasure to assist you today.... Guy Sutton

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Hi Karunarathna,

I think your printer needs a power flee,

Insert the power cord to the printer, In instant remove the power from the printer not from the wall socket.

Press power & cancel button hold it 'n insert the power cord.

hold the buttons for 10 sec seconds then release buttons.

I hope this will help you

Posted on Oct 15, 2010

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