Your expert reckoned it was definitely the mains cable, but in fact I bought a new one, still no luck, and the machine has definitely died it final death. I am buying a new A3 printer (some expense!).
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I can't believe that someone is still using one of the first LaserJet printers I got certified on!!! If you really want to gut the machine, there is a fuse in the power supply that could have blown. It is also possible that the power supply has finally died on its own after all of these years. You may just want to check the output voltages first to make sure of the status. If some voltages are present and not others, the fuse is still good, but the output circuitry is shot, in which case you would need to get a replacement power supply (if they are even available anymore).
Be careful with the disassembly process. The plastic clips may be brittle after almost 2 decades and could easily snap apart.
I have a Lexmark X5495 printer and I had it refilled a couple of weeks ago, suddenly i have a message that goes "Order new ink" or something and i check the cartridge but it is still full. I try restarting the printer and even the computer but the printer STILL won't let me print.