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Where in Australia do I get a power supply no.M73045 for this printer

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MD-1000s hit end of support almost 10 years ago. Chances of getting spares are nil.

Best bet is to get a junker of eBay for spares, or you can get a new MD-5500 from http://www.alps-supplies.com

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These printers were discontinued years ago.
There is also a very specific setup, the head voltages supplies by the PSU need to be matched to the head using a specified scanner and software that was only supplied to Alps/Oki service agents.
If you have a faulty PSU, you may as well list it on eBay as a spares machine.

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