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No green ready light

After replacing a worn out trigger assembly my HLT/ELT1105/004 ready light doesn't light up when I plug in to the wedge (which is powered up).

This has happened with two different repaired scanners.

Everything works when I plug in an un-repaired scanner.

Do I need to reset something?


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Re: No green ready light

There are two different type of port usually experience this particular problem.

1) If you use the scanner to com1 computer port
2) If you use the scanner to com1 cash register

The only way to settle the situation is to use the manual barcode scanner default settings.

1) Setting up default for com1 scanner
2) Setting up default for com1 cash register.

If you barcode still experience the problem you need to contact the manufacturer on that model or the reseller where you bought the said device.

Probably, the device being situated in critical effects that your scanner would not able to determine where it will send the data from your barcode scanner.

Please rate me solved if you like my suggestions.

Best regards,


Posted on Nov 17, 2007

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