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Make sure you power cord is plugged in tightly on both the wall outlet and the transformer. Make sure the plug from the transformer is plugged tightly into the printer. If all this looks good check the outlet, or switch outlets. Then replace the power cord. If you have access to another PSC1315 try using its transformer.
The long and short of this is there is no fuse in the printer its self. If all the above fail, in all likely hood, you have a bad printer. At the price of these printers today, replacing it will probably cost you less than the ink you purchase for it.
Is there power coming out from the supply end
Is is a DC or and AC output supply?
If is it an AC output supply tyhebm in the back of the HP had an AC to DC converted that is realy a diode bridge and should contain a fuse in the circuit somewhere on that board