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HP Photosmart Premium CN503B Power Supply?


Legslip

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My pal has given me his CN503B printer as he says he has given up on it. I am trying to get it off and running but think he may have given me the wrong power supply unit, The one he has given me has the correct printer fitting but has an output of 12volts. Is this correct? If not, can anyone advise the correct one please?

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Legslip

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This is part of the C310 series of printers.

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onthelimit1

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Odd - it says here that it has an integrated power supply and is fed by mains?

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bremner

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i have this printer and it does have a power block.

it reads

Model 0957-2271 Input 100-240V 50/60Hz 1300mA Output - 32V 1560mA

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bremner

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Legslip

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Thanks people. Your support solved the problem.

Legslip

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woodchip

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The plate on the printer bottom most likely will tell you the input volts, sometimes tells you just by the socket on the item you are using

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