I have little bubbles pop up on my projector, and all I DO to wipe them away is to take off the bottom 2 little screws with the little "hatch" which shows a couple of glass pieces that the lamp shines through. They're spaced just enough to fit a small flat head screwdriver inside a microfiber towel, and gently wipe the glass. I heard the bubble/spots happen because of dust or humidity, but... the only time i have these bubbles happen, is when I have a smokey environment. Which is crazy, so does that mean humidity? what could this be?
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automatic repair is initiated in case of windows corruption due to malware and viruses. it may happen due to incomplete updates and improper shut down.
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Temperature of exhaust air too
Let it cool down?
The oven cavity gets too hot due to excessive
operation with no load or small load, or due to
some blocking materials around the Air Filter or
Air Exhaust at the back of the oven.
Remedy: • Open the oven door and check if 1) the oven
has been operating with no load or too small
load, 2) the air filter is placed in a wrong
position, or 3) any blocking materials exist
around the Air Exhaust. Cool down the oven (for
approx. 30 min) under the normal temperature.
The oven is back to normal when the error
code "E3" disappears and "ON" appears again
in the display window.
• Unplug the power cord, remove the blocking
materials around the ventilation openings, cool
down the oven (for approx. 30 min) sufficiently,
plug the power cord in again and check if the
error code appears again.
• If the symptom persists even when the oven is
cooled down sufficiently, contact the nearest
It could be due to following reasons
1There is no power supply. Check the power cord and the plugs. Ensure that there is bend/breakage in the power cord. Ensure that the plugs are connected properly with the cord.
If the lamp inside the fridge is lighting that means the power supply is OK.
2The compressor has stopped functioning or burnt due to overload.
3The gas has leaked out. You must have noticed less cooling over the months.
4Check the thermostat switch.
For 2 & 3 you will have to call a technician.
I hope you have been carrying out the servicing once a year.
1. Disconnect the power cord from back of printer ( while printer is powered on ) 2. wait for 10 seconds 3. hold and press the Power button and connect the Power Cord. 4. Release the Power button after 3 seconds 5. Follow the Instructions on the printer screen.
Later try to shutdown it, it should not give the message again
most likely the polarizers for the lcds have been burnt due to improper shutdown of the unit repeated times. Always use the remote or the power button on top to switch a projector off. never unplug or use the on/off switch on the back. this cuts ALL power to the unit, so if you have been using it for 5 hours and switch it off--guess what ? no fans to cool off the lcds or the lamp.
The printer is not getting enough power. When you get this error message it means the printer is being turned off by unplugging the power cord. In this case it maybe that the printer is not getting enough power due to being in a surge protector or perhaps the power module is no longer holding power correctly.
First step is to disconnect printer from any power strip, surge protector, or extension cords and plug in so directly to the wall. If printer still will not stop looping cycle you may need to contact hp for a new power module.
Got the same problem following a message "Printer ink failure" code 0xc19a0035. Instructions say to shut down using button on/off. But printer refused to shutdown. After 30 minutes, I disconnected power cable. Removed cartridges. Reloaded cartridges. Reconnected power cable and got "Improper shutdown" message with continuous cycle.
1. While the printer is still turned on, unplug all cables and cords at the back of the printer. 2. Unplug the power cord also from the wall outlet... 3. Wait for two minutes. 4. Reconnect power cord to the wall outlet first. 5. Press and hold the pound (#) and six (6) buttons. 6.
While holding down the two buttons, reconnect the power cord to the
back of the printer and after two seconds, release pound and six
buttons. 7. Turn on the printer if it turns off... and it's fixed.