When we turn on our aplit type a/c, it shuts off by itself with the continous green light blinking, we tried turing it on again but still in the same mode as if its off but its on without the air coming out
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I get a blinking green light in my freezer when a piece of ice gets stuck instead of dispensing into the ice bucket. First break the stuck ice off then there is a switch beside the green light that you turn off then back on. You should be go to go again until the next time. Mine does it alot and I have a friend with the same refrigator and the same continous "stuck" ice.
It might be you change your cartridge to that and you did not insert it properly so that they blink. Try to check the cartridge if it can insert properly then restart your printer and try to print it again. If they are blinking again just press the reset button or turned off your printer then turned it on again and try to print.
Make sure u replace the lamp cover as the safety switch need to be closed to make the set work. If new lamp did not repair your problem , then it may well be the Ballast Board, Sometimes call the Lamp Driver.
set has a self diagnostic---after set does shut down press and hold MENU AND DEVICE(INPUT) buttons on front of set for 5 seconds----if 2 blinks, a pause and 2 more blinks: this is short protection error code---The set does use 2 Stk394-250 and each is protected by a pico fuse in the power supply---if either fuse is blown the set will shut down(it detects no voltage or missing voltage;) It is not uncommon for a shorted IC to cause this problem; if you locate the STK's look carefully at the resistors around them---if any are discolored or burnt---you have found your problem.
I had the same problem with the blinking light on the front of the TV and it would not power up. I read all the problems everyone was having and thought I was going to face a huge repair bill. The service guy came out, pulled off the front panel where the speakers are and disconnected the circuit for the front display panel. 3 1/2 minutes in my house, $90 service call. Apparently, when you give the TV too many commands at once, it's safety feature is to"shut down and lock up". He mentioned also that sometimes when these sets get to be about 4-5 years old, the wires in front can "leak" causing a shortage and then locking up the TV. I keep the circuit unplugged and operate the TV solely by the remote. Give it a try, what can it hurt!! Hope this helps.