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I suspect the B+ voltage on the power supply can't regulate the voltage needed for the lamps to run entirely. The B+ voltage regulator looks like a small black box with a tapered top. This is dangerous to replace so be careful. Once you get a new one installed this will fix the issue you are having.
I was using an 8G flash drive and had over 6G saved to it. I decided that maybe the frame could not handle that many G's so I deleted everything but 2G and it WORKS!!!!! Maybe anything over 2G is too much for it to handle. Try it and let me know. I am interested if this solves everyones problems.
I don't know if this is the proper technical solution or not but my unit was having the same issue. I cleaned it checked fuses made sure the cover was properly in place and nothing worked. As a final thought I went to the home fuse panel and tripped the breaker for the unit, waited about 30 seconds and turned it back on. I did this with the unit set to off. When I came back and turned it on, it is working properly with the operation light solid red.
Model ASTA24LCC found that the problem was the valve inside the out door unit that reverses the flow of the R410A, the service fellow gave it a bit of a tap and restarted unit to find that it would work, hope this help some one else out there with a similar problem, the inside unit operation and timer light would flash together twice then just the operation light would flash five times, was told by Fujitsu that this was the code for refrigerant problem.