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Repair Manual? I am trying to fix one of these printers that I was given. It looks like the power port is fried and I am going to replace it. But I am having some issues figuring out the proper order to take apart the printer to get to the system board so I can replace the port. I have been looking for a Repair manual that will show the correct way to disassemble the printer. But I have not been able to fine one. Does anyone know a link to a Repair Manual or a site that would list the correct order to disassemble the printer?

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    Hi, my printer is down no power coming in. But the transformer is hot.

    Could it be the Power cord and something else.

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Hello madman666

this site has the manual hp psc 2410 if its the right one.


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There are no service or repair manuals for this POS. This is yet another one of the HP disposable line. If you can't find help here or on another help site, then junk it. Even if parts were available, it would most likely be cheaper to buy a new printer anyhow.

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