AFAIK, this is the proper place to post this; sorry if it isn't D: So after getting my Color Classic to boot and upgrading its ram+Vram, I pulled out my Stylewriter II, plugged it in, smiled when it turned on, then spent an hour or so finding the extension/chooser to get it to work. After test "printing" (took the old ink cartridge out) a few pages, I happily shut down my mac and took the printer and cleaned the bejesus out of the exterior. After it was nice and shiny, I ran the cartridge under hot water and it was weeping ink. So I hooked the Stylewriter back up, put the cartridge in to test it again, and hit the power button. And it didn't turn on. After trying for awhile with different power cables and such to get it to turn on, I gave up. My only guess is that a fuse blew, or maybe the capacitors gave out after 'successfully' testing it. There's no way in heck me cleaning it ruined any electronics; they're all housed in the back/interior, as far as I can tell. My next move is probably to take her apart and check/test/replace the fuses and re-cap it, but I figured I should check around in forums to see if someone knows something I don't. TLDR; Pulled out my Stylewriter II; it turned on, I found proper extensions and successfully test printed a few pages without ink, cleaned it, it doesn't turn on anymore. I plan on replacing the fuses and recapping it, but figured it'd be a good idea to ask around first.