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Unit won't power on

It worked the night before, next day it wouldn't power on. checked outlet, chord, there was no power surges plus it was plugged into a good surge protector. What happened?

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Go ahead and turn off the computer and disconect all the peripheral devices along with the disk in the cd dvd drive. Do a power drain and then restart the computer after 1 to 2 minutes. Hope it will work.

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There should be a surge release button on the surge protector to bring the protector back to normal (should be red in color) Some surge protection devices have this option so just check if your s has it. If that is not the case than I think that you might have blown a fuse in your TV.Might just have to open it up and change the fuse within with the same ratings, but please be careful because do have high voltages so get an experienced technician to do this for you.
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My hp printer 6110 officejet all in one keep giving message scanner failure when i want to print something


Please make sure that the printer is connected to a wall outlet and not to a surge protector because surge protector distributes the total electric supply equally to each and every device connected to that surge protector. Printer might work and might not with a surge protector but it will always work fine with a wall outlet till the hardware of the printer and power chord, adapter are working fine.

some times scanner failure error comes if it is not getting enough power supply.So if it is connected to a surge protector then I will suggest you to disconnect it and connect it directly to a wall outlet.
Now scan or copy any document and see if something happens.

If not the do check while you press scan or copy button the scanner light is moving or not?
If scanner light is not moving then do a hard re-set.

Hard Re-Set :
- disconnect power chord from the back of the printer and then from wall outlet or surge protector.
- wait for 40 secondsand then connect the power adapter to wall outlet and then to the back of the printer. The try to scan or copy....still not working then check if the scanner bulb is glowing or not?

If scanner bulb is not glowing and if you dont hear any noise while you press scan or copy...then printer hardware has gone bad and you need to replace the printer

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Hi, Please check if it is connected to a wall outlet or to a surge protector...If it is connected to a surge protector then connect it to a wall outlet.....
- If it is working then fine....If not then remove all the cartridges...disconnect the power chord from back of the printer and then from wall outlet......wait for 40 seconds then connect the power chord to wall outlet first and then to the back of the printer....
- If working fine then ok or else check adapter is warming or not......and check with different wall outlet and with different power supply....
- Now do the following re-sets :
A) Disconnect the power chord from the back of the printer
B) Press and hold # and 6
C) While holding these keys connect the power chord to the back of the printer and when you see that printer is warming up then release the keys.....
Or else replace the printer.

And also some of the electrical components used to build the logic board in the Cxxxx all in one printers about 2-3 years ago is failing. In my C6180 (with the same problem), there were 4 capacitors (see green cylinder shaped component in the attached - the bulge in the top indicates failure, and that this is the likely the cause) that I replaced (cost was about 60 cents!). If you are not comfortable doing some soldering yourself, you will have to find some help - it took me about 25 min to do the repair myself. Printer works great now.

Hope it helps..

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Well if it is always plugged to the wall then the laptop's power jack is the common problem there. You can have a Computer Technician check it and diagnose it for you. Be careful how much you pay, if that is the problem (i'm pretty sure it has to be) you can shop for the part online (ebay is a good place to find them for around ten bucks) and hand it to the computer guy. Otherwise you may be charged a fortune to get it fixed. Next time, use a power surge between the power adapter and the wall's power outlet.
Here's is a brief explanation of what happens with the power jack. Inside of it there are two or three pieces of metal that look like thick wires and what they do is transfer the current to the laptop. Eventually they wear out and break (common cause is having your laptop plugged to the wall continously exposing it to all sorts of power surges). Hope it helps, good luck.

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Let's rule out the obvious first. It may be that a power surge has blown out the power supply on the monitor but let's check the outlet as well. Plug a lamp into the same outlet that the monitor is plugged into. If the lamp works, the monitor may have gotten zapped. If it doesn't work, plug the monitor into a known working outlet. If it turns on, the outlet is the problem. If it doesn't, your power supply may have gotten zapped in a power surge. This is assuming you don't have it all plugged into a power strip. Perchance would you be using a UPS (uninterruptable power supply)? If not, it's a good idea to purchase one for the next such occurence. You really don't need a heavy duty one. Just one that will give you about 5 minutes or so to power down after you have saved your work so nothing is lost. They also protect against such spikes and surges. Let me know what you find out.

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How old is your computer? Did you recently have a power outage or anything? Most the time if a computer won't turn on, something in it went bad OR an outlet is bad. Try this:

1. Make sure that the power switch is on, the switch in the back (on the power supply itself) is turned on, and everything along those lines is functioning.
2. If that doesn't work, and it will not power on AT ALL, make sure the cords are plugged firmly in place, including the surge protector and/or the power cord itself.
3. Try resetting the surge suppressor and/or plug the computer into a different outlet in the surge suppressor. Try other items in that surge suppressor (or even in the wall outlet, if that's what you're plugged into) to make sure that the outlet itself is working.
4. If your computer is plugged directly into a working wall or surge suppressor outlet, try a different power cord.
5. If your surge suppressor works, your wall outlet has power to it, and you are using a known-good power cord in the computer, you will have to go into more in-depth investigation as something inside the computer likely went bad. It could be the video card, motherboard, CPU fan, power button, or the power supply itself. Start by testing the video card and the power supply by (one at a time) swapping out a known-good component for the one you suspect may be bad. If it won't turn on after that, try swapping out the next and try it again. If it still will not work, it could be something more serious such as the motherboard or power button.

Good luck!

it could be a bad power supply or a bad motherboard. Other problems might cause issues, such as a bad video card.

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