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Printer repair hi, i ve been tryin to install my printer and the usb cable to the back of the printer keeps falling out...how do i fix this...do i need to bring it somewhere

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Is the cable connector correct for the kind of cable?
Are you putting pressure on the cable in some way to cause it to pull out of the printer?

Disconnect the printer from the power. Then turn the printer up so that you can inspect the connector. Now compare carefully the connector from the cable to the printer. You should be able to see the problem, if any is there.

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