We had a power outage a couple of weeks ago that lasted for about 4 hours. I had not used the copier recently, but when I started to send something from my computer to print I noticed that the display is blank!!!
Switch main power off, hold down utility/counter while powering on then press trouble reset on the display, if this does not work you will have to re-flash the firmware, phase 3.05 is the latest (K0) si
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Hello. I really need the model number and make of the unit to help you most accurately. From what you describe, it sounds like the control panel might be defective. Also, the main board could also be corrupted. Have you had a power outage recently--about 3-4 weeks ago or sooner? Outages are NOTORIOUS damaging digital boards in appliances. The fact that you didn't press anything might mean that a button on the panel is shorted. However, to try to reset the board, try removing power from the unit by flipping the associated breaker in your power panel to off for about 2 minutes. Turn it back on afterwards and see if the unit will start. Let me know if you need further assistance. Thanks!
Hi this problem is more common than you think its caused by the power surge you get when the electric is turned back on you also get this problem due to lightning strike their is absolutely nothing you can do to repair the phone as their are no servicable parts and the chances of getting a new board for the base is going to be nigh on impossible
This has happened to me, what you need to do is remove the power cord from both the wii and wall outlet, and wait a few minutes while the converter box on the cord resets itself. I know it sounds strange, but it works.
Its possible there was a voltage spike immediately preceding the power outage, thereby burning out the electronics. If you do not have a surge supressor protecting your office computers and printers, you should get one.
1. Touch the following code on the trouble code display screen.
Stop → 0 → 7 → 1 → 3 → 9 2. [*] will be displayed on the trouble code screen.
3. Touch [*].
4. The screen will be shifted to the data restoration screen to perform data restoration.
• When the restoration is performed in a short time, data restoration screen may not
5. Check the message which indicates that the data restoration was successfully conducted.
Turn Main power OFF, and wait for ten seconds or more to turn it back ON.
Try this please and tell your tech support service to change job....
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