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I have had this printer for some time & recently moved. I never had a problem before but now it blows all the circuit breakers in the apartment when I turn it on or off no matter where I plug it in. Would a new power cord help or do I need a new printer? Can't figure it out.

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Try power cycling it first by unplugging it from the wall socket and then pressing the power button for at least 15 secs. Then plug it back in and turn on the Printer to refresh the settings. That usually solves mine. Hope that helps.

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    SOURCE: I moved, now I can't find where to plug in the power cord? HELP

    Actually, the power cord plugs into the printer's power adapter. Please see image below:
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    If you lost the power adapter, please contact Lexmark Technical Support Center for assistance.
    I hope this helps.

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