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HP 4070 Doesn't Power Up

I have an HP 4070 ... doesn't want to power up transformer OK

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  • Nacs Aug 07, 2008

    Seems tht power is not getting to the unit.


    Board problem or short elsewhere? Nacs...

  • shortmimi Jan 14, 2009

    Hp Scanjet 4070 won't power up



    How do you review the fuse in the internal printed circuit board

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Power requirement per HP specs is 12VDC @ 575mA 6.9w. My scanner and power supply shows 12 VDC @ 1250ma.Over double the power going in that required. No wonder the fuse blows and you have to buy a new scanner because you can't identify or get a replacement fuse. I would suggest you confront HP and have them supply you with a new scanner.

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Mine has the same problem. The fuse is blown. However, I do not know the rating of it. I am looking, but no luck.

Posted on Mar 17, 2009

Review the fuse in the internal printed circuit board.

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