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My wont turn on too, There is a orange light on the tower, Green on the left, Battery ovel, If I push the restart button, also switch the power supply switch in the back, also unplug from it, Sometimes does it, Do ou know whats causing this to happen, Please let me know Thanks
I am sorry that I could not respond earlier. I am not sure of this but I think you can remove the back up battery and also the main battery, check the cells to see if there was a drain on the new cells , if so there is a short in the unit. If not keep aside for few hours and then replace the back up and then the main cells. If there is no display there is some issue on the motherboard and might need a consensus.
Either the touchscreen has failed or you have accidentally disconnected the touchscreen flex cable. Many people break the flex connectors trying to change a battery. The LCD does not need to be disconnected in order to change a battery.
10-2009 Had the same problem. I took off the back, removed the battery and put it back in. And, now it's fine. Could be a form of resetting the unit. Found no directions on how to change the battery, I figured the battery was OK and was going to salvage it for another unit, But, now I'm back to 2 Sansa's. Found nothing on google to help with this problem. Good luck
When changing the battery it should be a alakline. Also try unplugging the unit and then back in again. Check to see if the sides are getting warm which will indicate the compressor is running. Make sure the compressor is running. Check to see if thermostat is up high enough. The unit may have an electronic board that may be the problem. And lastly, it could have a sealed system problem, like a freon leak. You didn't say how old the unit is.