OfficeJet 8600 more: power cord with adapter for Officejet 8600 set more lost
Lost my power cord complete with adapter. Can I use a power cord generic Office Depot, without the 'square' on the wire? Or is it necessary to have the power cord with the adapter, as it was originally? It will damage my 8600 more to use a power cord without this "square" in the annex on my more than 8600 all-in-One? Thank you.
I understand that you have lost the power cord for your HP Officejet Pro 8600 more e-all-in-one printer and you want to replace it. I would like to help you to solve this problem today. The HP Officejet 8600 more only comes with a power cord. The adapter is built into the back of your printer. You have to unscrew the back of your machine in order to access it. Therefore, if you buy a spare power cord it should work perfectly for you.
The power requirements for this machine are:
- Power: Universal power adapter (external)
- Power consumption: Input voltage: 100 to 240 VAC (± 10%), 50/60 Hz (± 3 Hz)
Output voltage: + 32V / + 12V to 1095 mA/170 my
- Consumption: 30 watt impression (project Quick Mode); 32 watts copy (Fast draft Mode)
You can buy a power cable of the store to use with your printer, or you can contact our Technical Support queue and buy the correct power cord for your printer by phone.
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my iPhone 5 will not charge with any other combination than the exact cord and adapter, I received with the phone. I tried all other options.
I do not understand, not the cable no longer works? Why you want to change the current mix?
I have a R60 laptop with an integrated intel pro Wireless card which doesn't seem to work real well. I bought a portable WPC54G card and loaded the software. Then when I put the card on the left side of the laptop, it did not close and the power led on the card did not illuminate. I'm doing something wrong? Thanks for the help.
Well, I hate to admit it, but I found the problem. I didn't know that Bay would accept two cards of different size and I tried to put it in the slot of the evil. Hope this helps someone else in the future.
We are the USA, but visit the France my MacAir and Macbook Pro husband. Both use the 2 MagSafe power adapter. So, I bought a power MagSafe 2 with French plugs adapter. Can we mix and match, while in France, using (1) the French MagSafe 2 adapter plug directly into the more (2) the French cord with adapter USA. In addition, we were worried we needed the voltage conversion of 240 to 110 while in France but the other, the old messages suggest that we could simply use an adaptor plug French with the USA MagSafe 2 even power adapter. Is this true?
You don't need a power converter. The Chargers can use 110-240 volts. Read the fine print on the charger (you will need a magnifying glass if your eyes are as bad as mine). The only part you need is the area plug the adapter to fit the wall socket.
Sorry for the long cuff links in the title. I was wondering if I need a specific power cord or if I can use any string to 3 old shutters. Also have cords in the HP store? I had a devil of a time trying to find it. The computer is a Pavilion Slimline s5610f. Thanks from a newbie on the HP forums!
Did you buy your machine from another country? I can't believe this, HP provides no USB cable on some printers and now without power cord for a PC. Even in many countries of the third world, they still have rules on the power cords and normal for a country power cords should be allowed to use on devices sold in this country. Have you checked the box, the store where you purchased the machine (if local) must provide a power supply for you.
I just got back my 2009 mbp which I use primarily as a backup machine or to run a CD rom, now that I have a more recent tune.
Unfortunately the person that I lent lost the power cord. It seems that I need an adapter model T in FORM 60 W magsafe power MD565LL/A. comments on this adapter on the apple forum are not so great and I remember that my original power cord was a cord in FORM of L and that he was traded for a T shaped card (which is the one that has been lost).
because this laptop is not worth a ton of money I am unwilling to spend a lot of money on a rope (and I have two cords for my 2015 11 "air (45W magsafe model 2 model power A1436 adapter).
• in any case, should I drop $ 79 on the apple version?
should • I get the adapter T-shaped?
• are there some sort of ADAPTER I could get for two cords, I have currently (mine do not match of course the laptop of 2009).
• buy one of these used?
Thanks for any help on this.
Adapters of origin MagSafe (depending on model/year delivered with) could be
L or T shape. some can be interchanged. The official notice was
Try & get identical spare. -Note: Most recent MagSafe2 have a similar appearance
Although not interchangeable in both directions... it can be confusing in details.
MagSafe 60w and 85w adaptors could be used on your computer. If it is sent
with the 60w, it would be OK to use an 85w, if he is also compatible.
Said magsafe2, your # reference
Sometimes, OWC macsales.com offers a selection of various Apple MagSafe
power adapters & some batteries. The low power 45W MagSafe adapter for
the MacBook Air should not serve on more demand another model MacBook.
Your MacBook Pro is a former model, be sure to note that the model could use
either the magnetic end type. I have an early MacBook which serves to confuse
because a generic clone of dubious provenance, was given to me, with her.
And quality is the only real issue for me. The generic has no Apple logo and
a no doubt parts of quality below inside that can fail or hot, and so on.
I have a MACBOOK pro... the cord to alveoli? It has been is so frayed since I am under warranty they sent me a new. I need instructions on how to replace it on the charger. I'm out of the country on a small island so I can't communicate with them... Please help me find video or instructions. Thank you
Look at the photos in this article:
the AC power cord slips laterally for removal and replacement "block". Does have a substantial 'push' to begin to move.
I got a very strange problem with my laptop from m6-1035dx Pavilion the past two days. This is a reconditioned unit and have had some problems with it in the past (both hardware and software-related) that I managed to fix me, but this one left me speechless.
It started yesterday when the computer was placed on a bed (with a CoolerMaster pad below, which I almost never separate the portable device) and immediately turn off the power. In the past, I had problems with heat stops, that I solved with a bit of air in canned and CoolerMaster pad said, so I don't think much. But the same thing happened today, and I noticed that when it has restarted, it does not recognize the fact that the computer is plugged in. Unplugged the cord/AC converter to three points (computer, converter, wall) and tried again, still nothing. Tried another outlet, blew the vents, power off and removed/re-inserted battery, still no recognition of the power. I reinstalled HP CoolSense (which I had removed several months before) and hope that would take care of things. Meanwhile, I shut the computer off again, and the LED power indicator lit on its own.
Several hours later, the computer was reactivated and placed on a flat surface. Someone tripping over the cord, and the computer turns off again. The LED power indicator is out once more, so I unplugged the power cord and left for a few minutes. Blocked again, and the power was back.
I am reasonably confident that I should replace the power cord at this point, but I want expert advice before I commit the money that him. It may also be interesting to note that while the power cord did not work, the battery (92%) had about two hours and six minutes of use remaining, which is well below the advertised battery capacity (to be noted that only Chrome was running at the time) and what I saw of the battery in the past. I think that the cable or converter can be shorted, then is it safe to use the computer at all? Wouldn't be a good idea to replace the battery as well? I will provide any other details if necessary and thank you in advance for any help or advice.
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I understand that you are having feeding problems with your Pavilion m6. I'll be happy to help you with this. If it is running with the battery, I wouldn't worry about the replacement of the battery quite yet. As for the fact that it gives you less time announced that it could be the mere fact that the battery life decreases over time. You don't mention your operating system, this is why I have included two links below which will allow you to test and calibrate the battery. This will confirm that the battery is working properly.
I agree that it appears as if the power cord is the question. If you have a similar cord, you might give it a try to see, but there's a chance it might be the prospects of power supply for laptop. If something is shorted, then you shouldn't really use the laptop but without testing actually physically we will not be able to determine if something is put in short circuit.
I live in the United Kingdom and intend to use my laptop in France. Should I buy a power cord specifically designed for the France? The manual says not to use a stem adapter from three to two on the UK power cord which would imply the need for a specific cable for French food. Is this good? I hope someone can help
I found a useful site on, Plug-and - Sockets, in different countries
My laptop told me that my battery should replace... I have to keep my power cord in now all the time coz my battery poer only changed as 5 minutes... is it safe out of my battery and run the laptop the power cord?
Yes, you can do it.
Is it a matter of having a lighter weight?
You can also run the power cord with the battery installed.
Sometimes the battery is so bad that you have to remove and the laptop will not work with the battery removed and plugged power cord.
Not my computer, but my father, apparently he has lost the power adapter and power cord before he surrendered.
I have never had a difficult experience find a part, it's like the HP support site is this circular black hole. I understand that this isn't a standard power supply, but HP power cord... Seriously, why the specifications list and the list is not part numbers.
Call the customer support isn't much better, was routed from the line parts store to the HP Shopping, back to the parts store channel. Each single representative that I spoke too cannot identify this part.
a guy tried to tell me everything that I needed was a rope, according to the installation instructions, is not correct.
At this point, I'm extremely frustrated and very unlikely never recommend or buy an HP product again.
Here are the specifications of the desktop HP Pavilion p2-1105. According to the specifications of the computer, this model requires an external power supply with the following features;
External 90W power supply (100V-240V)
Total wattage: 90W
100-127V/3A (50-60 Hz)
200-240 v/2A (50-60 Hz)
Output voltage: 19V
Based on the HP part Surfer parts list for the product number: QW819AA - model name: desktop HP PAVILION P2 - 1105, the following seem to be what you are looking for.
HP P/N 213349-001 - cord (black) - three sons, 3.0 m (9.8 ft) long - right taken C5 (F) (Canada and United States)
HP P/N 619752-001 - food - Ext AC Adpt Lolonis-r RT Angle Connector 90W
HP P/N 695835-001 - 90W square EPS (Domino) 3 p (which seems to be an alternative to the HP P/N 619752-001)
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I need a new power adapter for my HP Office 6500 - E709n. Does it matter if I buy an adapter for a model E709a? Will it work on the E709n? The power adapter E709a looks identical in the photos. Thank you.
In fact, they use the same adapter as shown:
Note: Make sure the 2 sections
Models all in one HP Officejet 6500
You need to replace the A300 adapter & power cord. I live in the United Kingdom. Do you know if the Toshiba ASP at the United Kingdom replace these components? Can I order directly from Toshiba? I looked on Amazon, but most of them seem not real!
Thank you all!
Normally you can order the adapter AC and power cord of each authorized service provider.
Just give them a call or email. I m sure that they can send you a new adapter. :)
As a society, we standardize more than 150 sites on the new printer HP Officejet Pro 8720.
We ordered about 8 at our dealer online recently (Softcat) and each arrived with a European power cord 2 pin and not a power cord 3 pins of the UK.
This causes significant confusion for our end users, and I think that it is illegal to even provide goods in the EU without the correct national power cord.
Our retailer say that HP have armed upward and shipped loads of these 8720's without the correct power cords. It seems that a mass surveillance on HP is illegal and a part too? How can this happen?
Surely all stock the 8720's should be limited to the British market and fixed with the right power cord?
I have not reported this Exchange Standard yet, but I want to just get an idea of what's going on?
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I bought a HP Envy 17 Notebook computer Touchsmart m7-j120dx today. It has a brick of power with a removable power cord between the power brick and the wall. The end enter the power brick has three circular rubber pins which are part of the power brick. I have an old power cord that I bought in Europe with the same type three circular rubber forks that fit into an old brick of power for a laptop disappeared. The other end that fits into the wall has obviously a European plug. Can I use the former European power cable with this new HP power brick and safetly use to power my new HP Envy 17 Notebook computer Touchsmart m7-j120dx? The European power cable was purchased at the Denmark in a general store in computer science. It is not an HP product and was not specific to my old power brick or an old laptop - he simply adapt and worked. My guess is that the old European cord will work with the new HP power brick. It fits very well. Anyone with a real answer? The numbers on the new power brick are: F240091343004423 and CTWDHML0AG5M4LP.
Sorry, "it will not be" in this case simply means I don't have his side is only of a few amperes, must be 5amps or more and it will work.
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