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Can I use a 32V power cord on a 22V receiving printer?

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I have a 2540 HP printer but I left my power cord in a storage unit in another state. I've been trying to find a replacement power cord online, and most are the same purple end fit, but they are 32V when the back of my printer calls for a 22V. Can I use a 32V on my printer?

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Using a supply with higher voltage will not likely work, and will likely damage the internal power supply due to providing too much power.

 

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