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Firstly - Is the cabling, mains and data cable, securely attached at both ends and the power turned on at the mains?
Secondly - If so when you press the monitor power button, does a light come on? (often orange coloured) If yes does this change colour when the computer starts its boot sequence? (often to green or blue)?
If no light can be obtained it is likely that the monitor is faulty.
If a light comes up on power up, but doesn't change colour during the computer boot sequence then it is more likely to be the graphics card that is faulty, or sometimes the computer PSU.
The easiest way to find out whether the computer or monitor is at fault is to replace the existing monitor with a monitor that is known to be in full working order, for example from another computer. (Or connecting your monitor to a computer that is known to be working)
Having isolated the faulty component it can be replaced and you should be up and running again.
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I have had the same problem with a Kia Sedona which also gave the same symptoms as it goes into limp mode. I found it was a problem with the fuel filter, this started happening after I ran it low on fuel. Changing the filter and not running it low has cured my problem and might just cure yours.
If it is a maintenance light, it may just be time for some basic service, like an oil change. If it is a check engine light, you really need to have it scanned, which alot of parts stores will scan it and give you the codes for free. get it scanned and cme back with the codes and someone here will be better prepared to hep you
Hello dear; After you replace drum you need to reset too, the procedure as below;
1, press" clear" "exposure" "clear" "exposure" keys.
2, enter 24 then press start
3, enter 07 then pree start again.
4, turn power off and back on .