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Power surge - how to repair??

I recently had a power surge and knocked out my printer. can the ac power adapter be replaced for this printer?

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Power surges on these can take out the main board (unnumbered), modem(3), and power supply(4), approx 150 each.

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Posted on Dec 28, 2007

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