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Where can I find a replace power supply for HP Photodmart320 series

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WHAT ACTUALLY IT HAPPENS yhe power supply is taking in or no befor u change it please let any electrician check it for u
may be a fuse prob or connection may be its not the power supply it could beyour printer controller board
CAuz it happend with me that i tried to let some body replace the powersuppy it was no problem with it

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Use the part number supplied by

phoenixcomm above by going
on ebay, someone will have it.

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You can also try radio shack, frys electronics, digikey (its online and a shop).

They have replacement store brand power supplies for computers, printers, notebook computers.

Bring the bad adapter in and look for the proper wattage/amp, current/volts, ac/dc power supply.
If you don't have the old adapter you can check the printer it self. Usually will give you a polarity diagram
(ie: - ----(x---- + )
how to read it:
my exaple shows that the outside of the plug is negitive
"- --("
And the positive is in the middle
"x--- +"

There is usually a voltage and amperage listed too.
AC / DC Usually AC for a printer but check (if it is AC there wont be a polarity diagram since the plug alternates back and forth.

Amperage is very important.
You should get the minimum listed on the device but I recommend at least 1/2 amp over to prevent overloading the power supply (you can tell when they are overloaded by the heat)

-------- adventurous repairs

You could also open the power supply and see if the fuse is blown. They all have them. I don't recommend it since there could be another issue causing the fuse to blow like a failing component in the power supply itself. This kind of repair should only be done by someone who is familiar with electronics. If you have access to one that person probably has a power supply already.

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Then there is Good Will or St Vincents. They always have plenty of power adaptors. Usually for 1$. Printers are always there. Check it out.


Those are my suggestions.

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Hi You are realy lucky... Just go to www.hp.com and under support put in you printer, and you will see replacement parts heres the link
http://partsurfer.hp.com/cgi-bin/spi/main?sel_flg=partlist&model=Q8517A&modname=PHOTOSMART+A320+COMPACT+PHOTO+PRINTER&template=main&plist_sval=ALL&plist_styp=flag&bomlist=Y&strsrch=&keysel=%3F
and your ps part number is 0957-2120
Please double check I used "Photosmart A320"
Cris

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Hi
if u want to find service center near by u please use below link
it is US service locator fill up Information & find it
http://hp.infonow.net/bin/findNow?ONE=1&CLIENT_ID=HP_LOC_USA_SRV&PAGE=Search.html&LANGUAGE=USA_ENGLISH

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Ebay
and search amongst that lot

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