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Power supply in printer

There is problem with power supply system.Even in Calcutta(W.B.) SERVICE CENTRE ,they are telling parts of this printer is not availablle.

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Waht printer model/manuf is this? go to website of mauf to see what optional accessories avail, or if a real old one they will have a forward to assist you.

Posted on Jun 22, 2008

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It has no power to it


If the printer doesn't have any power, you may need a new battery pack. If the battery pack is new, and fully charged, then you may have power, but the display may be out and in need of service.

Consider sending it to their repair depot. They only charge 30 minutes labor for a bench test, and can tell you what the time and material charge would be before working on it.

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Lexmark x2500 won't power on ,sorry but if this isn't clear enough,don't know what else i can tell you,it has nothing to do with os,there is no power going to printer,even after swapping outlets, p/s bad?...


Thru the lexmark website it looks as if the power supply may run around $15.00???

https://parts.lexmark.com/wpo-catalog/US_en/search/data_type:part/21G0615

Problem is that we don't know whether the power supply is bad or the printer itself is bad but at least you have an option.


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Power Supply part no M73045


These printers were discontinued years ago.
There is also a very specific setup, the head voltages supplies by the PSU need to be matched to the head using a specified scanner and software that was only supplied to Alps/Oki service agents.
If you have a faulty PSU, you may as well list it on eBay as a spares machine.

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No power stacker


Dear Aconn,
Its seems that the main board power supply section is faulty, please contact to authorised HP service centre.

Be Happy Always

Regards

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No power getting to printer


This is due to the Power supply depending what country you are in i can offer you the part number but you will only be able to buy this part from a canon service company like myself, but im in the uk.

If the power supply does work work it will be down to the main board. if you had a service engineer out he would test the power supply to see if it was working to work out what part he needs.

power supply: HY7-2921-000

hope this helps

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LEXMARK T620 FUSER ERROR 924


Explanation
A 924.xx error message indicates that an "open circuit" has been detected in the fuser unit.
What to do

  1. If this is the first time you have seen the error, turn the printer off.
  2. Leave the printer off for at least 10 seconds to give it a chance to reset, then turn it back on.
  3. If this does not clear the fuser error, the printer will probably require service. The parts most likely to be causing this error are the following:

    1st, the fuser unit ( this is the most likely of the three )

    2nd, the system board
    3rd, the low voltage power supply unit.

    These parts will need to be inspected by a service technician and replaced as necessary.

    IMPORTANT!
    If this is an intermittent error, you may want to check how the printer is plugged into the wall. Make sure it is plugged straight into the wall and not through a surge device or power strip. Power strips and uninterrupted power supplies can cause a low amperage problem in the printer which can trigger a false fuser error. This is true even if the printer has worked on this surge device previously.

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Plugged into a UK outlet...heard pop...can I fix this?


No. If the printer has a seperate power supply you should be OK just buying a new power supply but if the power cable plugs into the printer itself you will need to take it to a service centre.

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