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Message Waiting Indicator Your phone's message waiting indicator is either a light or special tone that alerts you when you have voice mail.
Occasionally, the message waiting indicator may be out of sync with your mailbox. In that case, the indicator light or tone is ON but there are no messages waiting, or the indicator light or tone is OFF when there are new messages waiting.
To get the message indicator back in sync
Save or delete all new messages
If the message indicator does not go out or stop within a few minutes, there may be a problem, and you should contact Verizon.
If the message indicator does go out or stop, call your own number and leave a message
Hang up and wait
If the indicator light or tone does not come on within a few minutes, there may be a problem, and you should contact the vender.
The following directions will help you decode your 2002-2006 Nissan Altima's Service Engine Soon (SES) light and reset it.<br />
<span style="font-weight: bold;">Obtain The Trouble Code</span><br />
<li>Turn the ignition key to the ON position and wait three seconds.</li>
<li>Put the accelerator pedal to the floor and release it five times in less than five seconds.</li>
<li>Wait exactly seven seconds. Put the accelerator pedal to the floor for ten seconds until the SES light flashes.</li>
<li>Release the accelerator pedal and start counting flashes to obtain the four-digit trouble code.<br /></li></ol>
<li>Long flashes (0.6 seconds) indicate the first digit of the code; count
the blinks one through nine and write down the first digit. (Ten blinks
indicates a zero.) </li>
The next three digits blink
faster (0.3 second) and have a 1 second pause between digits.</li>
<li>The ECM code repeats until you turn the ignition key to the OFF
<li>You can look up the trouble codes in the Service Manual.</li>
<li>If you get four blinks of ten, or 0000, the ECM indicates no malfunction.<br /></li></ul>
<br style="font-weight: bold;" /><span style="font-weight: bold;">Clear The Trouble Code</span><br />
Clear the code and the SES light by holding the
accelerator pedal down to the floor for 10 seconds or more while the SES light is
<li>When the pedal is released, the ECM will erase the trouble
Try disconnecting the computer from the printer and shutting it down by removing the power cord and then also shut down the computer for a minute or so and then reboot it and check in "Printers" and see if it has anything waiting to be printed and if so clear out the queue. Flashing green light indicates that the printer is receiving data from the computer and/or printing so you shut it all down and cold reboot to clear out the computer confusion in both the computer and the printer.
That's just a system indicator flash. Solid blue means on and normal, blinking means someone either turned on the system indicator in the management software or bumped the indicator switch on the back of the server. This was designed to make easier transitions from back to front when working with multiple servers in a rack. To turn the indicator off, just go to the back of the server and find the Ethernet and usb ports that are together. If the usb is the bottom and Ethernet port is the top then just to the right you should see a small blue blinking light and a button, pushing the button wil turn the blinking off.
Again, no worries this is just a "locator beacon" not an error message, if the light ever blinks yellow then you have an issue.
Bad bulb. When a turn signal bulb blows the other bulb on the same side will blink twice as fast since there is only half the load on the circuit. If the engine light came on at the same time the bulb blew then it probably meant that the computer notice the drop in resistance in the circuit and came on to let you know something is wrong. Change the bulb and have the engine code scanned/cleared. Autozone will scan and clear the code for free, except in Ca.
The light may be a "new call indication" or "message waiting" indication if you have voicemail service from the phone company. If you clear the caller id log or clear the voice message the light should go out. BUT, it will keep coming back on when a new call arrives! I have a similar phone and I just put a piece of tape that matches the color of the phone over the light.