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Help! Power Adaptor HP D5160 (Q7091B) Part Number

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by tiamo, Nov 25, 2007.

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  1. tiamo

    tiamo Thread Starter

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    Hello eveyone,

    I have a HP photosmart printer model D5160 (Q7091B) and I have lost my power adaptor in a house move.

    I have tried to get a replacement via HP themselves but found them to be totally useless. According to them because I cannot turn the printer on there must be some electrical fault and that I would have to return the printer to have it fixed. I've tried to explain that it won't turn on because I don't have a power adaptor but they ain't listening to me.

    I am unable to find the part number for the power adaptor anywhere can anyone help me?
     
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    Thanks Noyb,

    I've spent ages on HP's website and never found that!!!
     
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    Edited the above .. Q8100-60226 & 8121-1023
    Yea .. It took me a while also.
    Good luck
     
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    BTW .. try this Email address ... [email protected]

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