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So it's the monitor that flashes red? I would try the monitor on a PC to determine if the monitor is good. If not, replace monitor. If monitor works on a PC but not the KVM, power cycle the KVM. Depending on the model you may be able to do a hard reset. On other models you can access the KVM via IP to determine if there is an issue with the KVM.
Anyone know the problem/solution to this? Mine just started doing this tonight. I unplugged all connections, and even let it sit for probably at least a good half hour with the power cord out too. Upon plugging it back in and throwing the switch back to the on position, the power light does not go on (on the back), but the lights on the front of the unit illuminate for KVM ports 4, 8, 12, 16, and the LAN - LINK; L.E.D.'s... This is regardless of the fact that nothing is plugged into the unit except the power cord... I am really hoping the unit is not fried! I also know it's not the (external) fuse, because I popped that out just to double check and ofc the unit wont 'attempt' to power on whatsoever with no (or a blown) fuse. It also may be worth noting that the two fans in the rear do also still spin up too.
1) Make sure your connection to pc3 is good, take out and reconnect both ends.
2) If that has no effect power down the switch for 30 seconds then switch back on.
3) If that has no effect, connect pc3 to the pc2 slot. If PC3 now works, you've got a problem with the switch. If pc3 still doesn's work, its a problem with the pc3 lan connection. You'll need to check "Network connections" in your control panel.
You can not, a range has to use 3 wires or 4 wires. To put it in you need to run a 220v plug to where the stove is. Was your previous range a gas range? That is the only range I can think of that ran off a two wire. Anyway, you can add a 220v wire right off the breaker box and run it to your stove. These parts are easily found at a hardware store like Lowes or Home Depot.