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Dryers come in both 110V and 220V.
If you plug a 220V dryer into a 110V socket, it will run very slow.
If you plug a 110V dryer into a 220V socket, it will burn up.
If you can find a 220V extension cord, then you should be able to use it.
Have you installed the drivers correctly? If you have, then unplug the printer from the computer, switch it off, then plug it back in, then switch it on again. Go to printer properties, RIGHT-click on your printer, then clisk "Use ONLINE" If that doesn't work, please UN-INSTALL the drivers and RE-INSTALL them again.