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Canon iP4300 printer has no power


denims

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I was using my printer up until dinner time tonight without problems. When I came back, I noticed that the green light was not lit. I tried pressing the power button but no response. I have since checked the fuse in the power plug, checked connections, changed the wall socket I am using, changed the power cable, but nothing has worked. Has anyone any further ideas? Has the iP4300 got an internal fuse? I can't find any mention in the manual. Or has it finally given up the ghost after 6+ years?

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onthelimit1

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Looks like the power supply in the printer has failed. Six years isn't bad, and new printers aren't expensive example here

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onthelimit1

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Or if you want a real bargain Canon at Argos

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denims

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Thanks for confirming my fears that the printer is dead. I'm now in the process of searching for a suitable replacement.

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mole1944

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Just a thought if you're getting a new printer,get one with seperate colour cartridges so that if one colour runs out you only need to replace that colour not a whole colour cartridge.

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