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Zebra TLP 2844


I don't know if any errors with red blinks for the 2844, but the printer will blink red five times if you power it up with the button held. Is the button possibly stuck down?

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HELLO i HAVE THE mITSUBISHI wd60737 AND IT WILL NOT TURN ON. IT BLINKS THREE GREEN LIGHTS LIKE IT GOING TO TURN ON BUT THEN IT BLINKS RED ONCE AND TURNS OF. i TRIED THE HOLD FOR TEN SECONDS RESET THIN


First make sure the filters and vents are clean and the filter cover(s) are properly installed.

Try once more (DO NOT RESET). As soon as the TV shuts down, press the ACTIVITY/ENTER button and the CH Down button on the TV (not the remote control) and hold them for 5 seconds. The Status LED will start blinking an error code. The "normal" code is 12, which would be one blink, pause, then two blinks and a pause. The code is repeated five times. Post your results in the comments; I can look up the code for you.

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Eninge lite blinks fast and wont start


Pull any error codes.

The engine light lights up when you turn the ignition switch on, then goes off. After four seconds, if it comes on again and stays on, there is a present fault code. When it is an historical fault code, it comes on with ignition and goes off then comes on and goes off again. I believe in like 4 second intervals. A historical code will not be removed until a cycle of 50 ignition on/of intervals has passed. In other words, the engine light will continue to light two times when ignition switch is turned on, after 50 on/off cycles have passed the historical codes will no longer affect the engine light when starting.
If you will hold the odometer button on the side of the console down, and turn the ignition on and off, three times I think, waiting for the fuel pump to stop before turning the ignition switch to the off position, and one second until you turn it on again, the third time holding the odometer button down until the engine light begins to blink it will begin to blink in a fast sequence showing the fault codes will follow.
First indication of fault code display is rapidly blinking engine light. After that count the number of times the engine light lights up. There will be a brief pause between digits. If there are multiple codes stored, the rapid blinking will separate each. Once the fault codes begin to repeat, you have gone through all stored codes.
Tips: Have a pencil and paper ready.
Maybe ask a friend to help out. Sometimes a second pair of eyes can be good.
Go through a couple of cycles, so that you are sure you haven't missed any codes.
One example is if it blinks 3 times, pause, the blinks 2 times, that means 32.
Code 32: Rear Fuel Injector

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IT TURN OFF ITSELF RIGHT AFTER TURN ON GREEN


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If the Lamp red light is blinking then replace lamp, replacement procedure is written in user manual and its easy.
If standby/ power red light is blinking then please count its blinking and post here. It is an error code that has info about problem in specific section of tv.
You will see 3 seconds long pause between blinks so count pause to pause.

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How do i set the date and time on my canon p23 dh v calculator


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