I would like to try to help you with this problem.
It doesn't sound good, to start with. Were you providing power to your printer by way of a surge protector, or directly from the wall (or by a power strip of the cheapest, without surge protection? very few are that cheap these days I doubt...) ?
If so, if you had it plugged directly into a wall power outlet, then your printer may have suffered a surge or power spike and been badly damaged.
Make sure that whatever you have it plugged into, can provide power to drive some other device - test not just an adjacent outlet, but the outlet you plug the printer into, itself.
If the outlet or outlet on the power strip or surge protector doesn't appear to provide power, there is hope for the printer... but you should look for a 'reset' button on the power strip, for its circuit breaker may have been tripped if it isn't providing power. (Some surge protectors reset if you turn them off for a minute, then on again, too.)
And if all power sources check out OK, but the printer still doesn't work, well, disconnect it from everything, then carefully reconnect just the power cord/adapter, and plug that into a tested OK outlet or surge protector outlet.
If it doesn't show any signs of life at that point, it is most emphatically 'broken' - that is, in need of either servicing/fixing, or else replacing and recycling.
Tell me what of all these possibilities you find out, and I will advise you further as to what to do and what resources you have to choose from.