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The current models of automatic standby generators will have LED indicator lights on the side compartment of the generator. A green LED light will indicate that the unit is in AUTO mode and is ready to run, or is running properly during a utility outage. The yellow LED light will indicate that maintenance is needed. The red LED will indicate either that the unit is switched to OFF or that there is an alarm detected. If a yellow or red LED are present, you will need to check the generator's control panel, as it will describe the type of maintenance needed or the alarm present. This information can be found in the owner's manual as well. You can find a copy of the owner's manual online by searching the model or serial number of the unit here http://www.generac.com/service-support/product-support-lookup
The symptoms you've mentioned indicated that the unit turned to standby mode. This is an indication that there's something wrong on the TV. To help us narrow down where the fault came from, please access the built in "Self diagnostic Screen". Follow the steps below. In standby mode (red light is on), press the button on the remote control in sequence "Display", "5", "Volume (-)", "Power". Self diagnostic screen's displays its log of error. Please let me know the error code with corresponding numerical value "1" means error has been detected, "0" means no error.
Make sure the HDMI cable is connected to the HDMI OUT port on the
back of the PLAYSTATION 3 system. Connect the other end of the HDMI
cable into the HDMI Input port of the TV or display monitor.
While the PLAYSTATION 3 system is in standby mode (red light on the
front of the system), hold down the
touch-sensitive power button on the front of the system until the system
goes into standby mode again . (So the light cycle would go from:
red light --> green light --> then back to red light). This
will ensure that you have held down the power button long enough to
reset the Video Output Settings.
Turn on the PLAYSTATION 3 system and once the system finishes powering
up, the Video Output Settings will automatically reset to the standard
resolution (or detect the current display output settings of your
It occurs when your wii in the Standby, but WiiConnect24 is enabled with Standby Connection is enabled. the content
can also be received when the Wii is left in standby mode.
WiiConnect24 can be turned on or off via the setup setting. While the console is in standby, the power LED indicates the current
status of the standby connection,
Red indicating Standby - wiiConnect is
Yellow indicating Standby - Connect mode is on. If you hold the power button for 3-4 seconds, the
Wii goes into standby mode with Standby Connect off. and WiiConnect24 will not operate until
the console is turned on.
The remote control will not operate the TV when the TV is in the OFF mode (No LED lit on front bezel). To change the mode from OFF to STANDBY or ON, press the POWER button on the side of the TV. Once the POWER button is pressed, the LED will change to either red to indicate STANDBY or green to indicate ON, whichever mode the TV was in prior to being turned off with the TV POWER button.
By pressing the POWER button on the side of the TV, the mode will toggle from OFF to either STANDBY or ON. If the POWER button is pressed and then the LED on the bezel is red, the TV is in STANDBY mode and will need to be turned on using the remote control. If the POWER button is pressed and then the LED on the bezel is green, the TV is ON.
I have a similar switch on mine, although mine is a Gateway. So my solution is going to assume the same indicators and functionality.
On mine, a blue-violet power switch indicates it is off, red indicates standby mode, and blue to indicate it is on and/or searching for a signal. When turned on (blue), the monitor will go to standby mode (red) after 3 to 4 seconds if it does not detect a source signal. So if you toggle the power switch to blue and it soon changes to red, you'll need to check your signal, cable, or possibly for a bad source connection on the monitor.
The POWER/STANDBY (red) indicator flashes three times If your power/standby indicator is flashing in a pattern of three flashes, this may indicates that the lamp cover is not attached securely. Follow the directions in the Operating Manual under changing your lamp that related to closing and securing the Lamp Cover. Ensure that the Lamp Cover Door is securely fastened by tightening each screw.
The POWER/STANDBY (red) indicator flashes continously If your power/standby indicator is flashing continuously, and the lamp cover has been secured, your TV may be in need of service.
The POWER/STANDBY indicator is lit up green (not flashing) A sustained green light indicates your TV is on.
The POWER/STANDBY indicator is lit up red (not flashing) A sustained red light from your power/standby indicator simply indicates that your TV is in standby mode. This shows you that your TV is ready to be turned on with the remote.
Is it the power light and not the lamp light? If the lamp light is flashing then replace the lamp.
Ths 5 blinks usually indicate an AKB problem. There is a break in the video path. I'll look up your specific model and post the results here. Please update this if you wish to attempt the repair yourself.
Hey habo, The red light you are referring to most likely is the power indicator light. On many newer TV's this light will appear red when the TV is off or in "standby" mode, and green when the TV is in operation. Please keep in mind that some TV models may use the power indicator light to notify owners of ay potential hardware problems as well, so you may wish to refer to your owner's manual documentation if you have been encountering any problems during TV operation. Hope this helps you out. Sincerely, Aaron Go Ahead. Use Us.