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I860 power supply apparently bad

My i860 quit working in the middle of a job. It shut off and won't restart. I took out the power supply and measured voltage. Information on the piece says it should be putting out 24 volts. Mine was doing 7 volts. I can't find a replacement power supply, and it's not worth taking to a repair center. Are there any other options?

Posted by Jimmy Parsons on

  • Jimmy Parsons Nov 09, 2006

    Two weeks later, I've had no solution other than try to find a new power adapter. They must be rare (except at a high price), but a friend has one on the way.

  • Anonymous Dec 08, 2007


        I have the same problem : printer just stopped working; does not even turn on. I brought it to a repair person who suggested I get a new power supply. But I have no idea who has them.

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Same problem here, 7 & 14 volts instead of 24 & 27...  No luck finding one either, except for one in germany on ebay that doesn't ship overseas.

Posted on Aug 27, 2008

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