HP LaserJet P4515x won't power on

An HP LaserJet P4515x won't power on after a power outage.  I know something got fried but am not sure what part got affected by the outage.  What will I most likely have to replace to fix this issue?
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mebaby333It AdminCommented:
Is it a regular plug or a brick adapter?
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TlingitAuthor Commented:
A black cable that goes into the back of the printer.  To me I would consider a regular plug.
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rindiCommented:
Did you try connecting it to another mains source? If that doesn't help, it is most likely the powersupply of the printer. I'd remove the Powersupply, and then first check if there is a fuse on it that could have blown...
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mebaby333It AdminCommented:
The sky is the limit... someone would need to start opening it up and looking for damage.. sometimes it is visible sometimes it isn't.
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10023Web site maintenance and designCommented:
Here is the service manual viewable from web..I took some screen shots from relevant part of the service manual..
Make sure you start with the power source and work your way to the interior the two interior fuses...
http://www.platen.com/pdf/P4014_P4015_P4515_Service_Manual.pdf 
trouble shooting by manufacturermore on fuses
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mebaby333It AdminCommented:
I hope it is the fuse :) good to know
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nobusCommented:
since you said "something got fried" i assume the damage to be visible - if you open the device for inspection
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10023Web site maintenance and designCommented:
Was it the fuses? Or?
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