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HP 7410 will not boot up.s

Last evening we had a power surge but electricity did not go out completely.

Today I tried to start it up - nothing happens. Is there a fuse or a reset button that I cannot find to solve this problem?

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If the circuit breaker is not tripped on your surrge protector...unplug the power cord from the back of the printer...(not the wall plug, but where the cord goes into the printer) for at least 30 secs...that should reset your power supply

Posted on Jun 21, 2009

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