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Introduction

This guide will show you how to replace the power supply in your HP Officejet 4630. The power supply is easy to replace and can be done with only a screwdriver.

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  1. Lift the hood of the printer. Lift the hood of the printer. Lift the hood of the printer.
    • Lift the hood of the printer.

  2. Remove the two T10 11mm screws. Remove the two T10 11mm screws. Remove the two T10 11mm screws.
    • Remove the two T10 11mm screws.

  3. Remove the panels covering the power brick and cord. Remove the panels covering the power brick and cord. Remove the panels covering the power brick and cord.
    • Remove the panels covering the power brick and cord.

  4. Remove the cord from the power supply. Remove the cord from the power supply.
    • Remove the cord from the power supply.

  5. Slide the power supply out from the chassis. The power supply is still attached; don't pull too quickly. The power supply is still attached; don't pull too quickly.
    • Slide the power supply out from the chassis.

    • The power supply is still attached; don't pull too quickly.

  6. Remove final cable from power supply.
    • Remove final cable from power supply.

Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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Would like to know a reliable source for the

A9T80-80006 power adapter that does not cost 1/3 rd the price of a new printer

Mark Stephen - Réponse

How can you test if the power supply is good or bad?

Alex Hulinsky - Réponse

the power supply has a green LED on it, and after testing it for voltages, it seemed to be working properly. There is a sleep voltage when the unit is sleeping and a working voltage. But we still had no action or lights on the printer…this was a really nice printer for the money. D’OOOH!!

stu269 - Réponse

I did steps 1-4 but I can’t figure out how to “slide” the box out. There doesn’t seem to be way for it to be released from where it’s at.

kare7399 - Réponse

I was able to remove the power converter unit, and ran the power cable from the back of the printer directly to the power unit. the power unit LED lights up, but the printer still will not turn on. Bad power unit? Bad switch?

Stew Fernee - Réponse

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