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12-Jul-2005, 01:25 PM #1
HP PhotoSmart 7350 Printer - no power
My HP PhotoSmart 7350 printer was working just fine. For no apparent reason it stopped working. The main problem seems to be it is not powering up. I did all the on/off reboot scenarios, different power source etc. I even checked the A/C power adapter using a volt/amp meter and the meter showed the 32V. (so the adapter does not seem to be the problem). Could there be a simple solution to this - perhaps a fuse or reset button? Thanks for any help you might suggest. Novice
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13-Jul-2005, 05:00 AM #2
Try of change electrical wall-socket for the power.
Connect directly in the wall

Probably problem in the plug-insert socket in the back of the printer.
A welding can be loose. Test if the socket is tight in the printer case.

With a few money is possible that you can repair the printer!
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13-Jul-2005, 08:08 AM #3
Hi maxman

You might try a hard reset.

Instructions here

Is the printer still under warranty?
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13-Jun-2008, 09:39 AM #4
7350 usb port problem
My data USB port needs to be replaced but I cannot seem to figure out how to get the cover off without potentially breaking it. Can anyone point me at a guide to remove this confounded casing?
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