Question about Lexmark X5150 All-In-One InkJet Printer
If it isn't a fractured power cable or loose power socket either at the wall or the printer power supply which plugs in the rear of the printer, then it must be a fault with the printer itself. Try pushing the power supply in and then pull it out a few times then make sure it's fully pushed in. Are you sure it's completely closing down? If it's just stopping it could be a near empty ink cartridge or maybe a faulty cable from the printer to the computer (USB). I doubt it would be the software but a reinstall (make sure you uninstall first) certainly won't hurt. Software can do weird things at times :-) BMW
Posted on Jun 01, 2006
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