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DJ 130nr no power

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Designjet 130NR
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I'd like the advice of the forum members with technical expertise.  My DJ 130NR of 12 years has given up.  I was performing routine color calibrations, when starting with the fourth and last paper type, the printer didn't start the process.  I observed the hour glass icon on the display and waited about 15 minutes.  Still nothing, so I attempted to shut down with the power button with no response.  Waited some more and then pulled the power cord.  I waited about a minute or so, reinstalled the power cors, and noticed the power light on the panel was not illuminated.  The printer does nothing now.  Do you think I've got an anchor here or simply need a power supply, or electronics module?  I have noticed recently that the printer sometimes, when not turmed on, illuminated the display.  I saw that twice before this failure.  I'd hate to lose this printer but I also don't wish to throw cash at a worn out piece of equipment.

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The power supply is known to fail on this model, but an automatic roll feeder can also fail.

Is power cord connected to roll feeder first, is there a green LED ON on feeder when a power cord is connected to automatic roll feeder? If you connect a power cord to the printer ( without automatic roll feeder) directly does it power ON?




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Valsimot:  I should have included that in my original post.  Yes, I did bypass the roll feeder, which was showing an orange light when connected normally, but still couldn't power up the printer.  I also tried a new power cord, just in case.  I have also removed the network card and tried all with that removed, with no luck.  I'm thinking about putting 1200 volts into the power cord just to see what happens 🙂  I don't embrace the idea of replacing parts until I find the one that's failed, but it seems to me that may be the only choice if I feel I can't live without this thing.

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