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  • gvdgroup Oct 02, 2008

    hp laserjet 3380 problem whit warming bulb, power off - power on and still to same problem.

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2008 Honda Odyssey license plate bulbs


Hello fellow Ody owner. Ok, here's what you do, make sure it's a warm, or even better, a hot day outside. Warm plastic is your friend, and cold plastic will break on you almost always. So, if you live in a warm climate, wait for a hot day to do the job. If you don't live in a warm climate, get the van in a warm garage and use a hair dryer or heat gun (set on low) and warm those little bulb housings up a little bit. Next use a small flat head screwdriver and CAREFULLY pry the housing that houses the bulb out of it's cavity. This is done from the outside of the vehicle and there's no need to take plastics off the door from the inside. Once the housing is off, the rest is self-explanatory. Remember to never touch a bulb with your fingers as the oil from your fingers will create a hot spot on the bulb and shorten it's life significantly. This is a rule that pertains mostly to halogen bulbs, but a rule best to follow with all bulbs. Use a small piece of paper or clean cloth to handle and install the bulbs. Good Luck! You got THIS!
~SteveAlaska

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Replacing a Christmas light Bulb


Replacing a Bulb The ideal replacement is one from an identical "replacement" string bought at the same time as the "operating" string. Anything else is a much less desirable option. Many strings have two separate circuits of bulbs. Within each circuit, all the bulbs are wired in series. They each see the same small fraction of the line voltage, but only as long as the bulbs operate identically. Different strings can have bulbs of significantly different resistance, yet all bulbs will operate at the same voltage, as long as the bulbs are similar within a circuit. But if we place a high-resistance (typically dimmer) bulb in a generally low-resistance (typically brighter) circuit, that bulb can see far more voltage than it was designed to handle. In that situation, the bulb may simply burn out in a fraction of a second. Another issue seems to be warm-up time: All incandescent bulbs increase their resistance as they warm up. But even bulbs with the same ultimate operating voltage can warm up at different rates. And if a fast-warming bulb is placed in a slow-warming string, it can quickly see much more voltage than expected, and may blow out. It is much, much better to buy two strings to operate one string, and then use the other simply for replacement bulbs. But that requires prior planning. For existing strings, there may be an option: If two or more strings were bought at the same time, we can take one out of service, put it in a zip bag and use it for replacement bulbs. For existing lone strings, there still may be an option: Convert a 100-bulb string to a 50-bulb operating string and a 50-bulb dark replacement string. That can be as simple as taking bulbs as needed from one half of the string and using them in the other half. Of course, then we end up with half a string that looks like it desperately needs work. An alternative is to cut the string in the middle and end up with one fully-working short string plus a short string of replacement bulbs that we can keep in a bag. Typically, three wires are twisted together across most of a string, but only two are twisted at the start, middle, and end. So if we look for the two-wire section in the middle, we can cut there (after first turning the power off). On the working half, we can fold each of the two just-cut wires back upon itself and wrap each separately with tape, or separately insulate with electrical heat-shrink tubing.

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Indicates warming up when you try to copy or scan anything


Lift the lid and check the scanner light when you attempt to copy or scan. If it is not lit, then that is your problem. This is a relatively old device, and uses a fluorescent lamp. These require a short warm-up time that will increase as the bulb ages and eventually the bulb will fail. At that time the warm-up indication will remain since the bulb never reaches temperature. Based on the age of the unit (first release 2004), if the lamp is bad, it would be prudent to get a new unit.

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Won't go to menu


Had a similar problem on a HP MFC3330
Fixed it with the following video aid:
"how to fix the scanner bulb warming up error hp 3330 or repair 3380 scanner bulb warm up problem - YouTube"
http://youtu.be/lqG_nmi3vC4

Hope it helps...

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HP Laserjet 3330. Scanner bulb warming up doesn't go away. I have done the "solution 1" as discribte but nothing is happening. It goes like: - i put the power on, hewlett packard is flashing, the...


How does the bulb look? Is it bright or kind of dim. The bulb warming error is designed to halt use of the machine until the scanner bulb reaches the correct output level. As these are basically a flourescent tube, they will dim over time and at a certain point they will not generate enough light to enable proper scanning. If the bulb is dim, it will require replacement.

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Makes viabration noise when blubs installed and blub start flickering. it is six year old Whirlpool gold & just startered happing


It sounds like the bulb is not making good contact with the socket. Try this.

- Unplug the refrigerator.

- Take a blow dryer and heat up the socket where the bulb screws in. Do this for about 1 minute only, be careful not to over heat the plastic side walls so direct the heat on the socket to make sure nothing else gets too warm.

- Retighten the bulb into the socket, this warming will allow the bulb to seat better and tighten up more.

- You can use this same technique when you need to remove a bulb, a warmer socket will let the bulb come out and go in easier.

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Scanner bulb warming up message!!


Aqeel,

This is the problem with your scanner. If it is under warranty please take it to Hp Service center and they will replace it free for you.

Thanks

Jun 19, 2008 | HP LaserJet 3380 All-In-One Printer

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Scanner error 6


Scanner errors are as follows for that model:

Scanner error # 

1 = dark find
2 = LMW temp find
3 = bulb warm up from off
4 = bulb warm up from coarse
5 = cal label find
6 = doc original find
7 = LMW final find
8 = cal label find after scan
9 = cal label find prior to standby
10 = doc original find prior to standby
11 = bulb warm up from standby

I would see if there is an original on the flatbed glass (platen), or if something is obstructing the scanner view.

If the error persists, replace the scanner
assembly or the formatter pcb

Apr 22, 2008 | HP LaserJet 2840 All-In-One Printer

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