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The green light means it is in the auto mode and ready for another power outage. It should be on whenever it is in the auto mode and the battery is connected.
The yellow light means it is time to service the engine, the oil, the oil and air filter and then a reset . The green light comes on after a certain number of hours run time. I di not know if this is 10 or 20 or 50 hours, but it is a time thing. Does you unit have the reset button or do you remove a battery cable for 20 minutes?
If the dryer was running during an outage, even with a very brief flash there usually is a power surge when it comes back on. If everything else seems to work okay it's possible that the heating elements got fried. You can check them with a voltmeter. Also check to seek if the dryer has overlaod protection. Most have a reset. One other thing that could happen, the breaker is defective. That you can check at the back of the dryer where the plug cable attaches to the dryer.
This unit, when first plugged in or after power interuption takes 70 to 90 seconds for the digital module to boot up. During the time the LED blinks green and the set will not respond to anything. After the appropriate amount of time the blinking should stop and the set should operate normally. If the blinking never stops then you have to have the Digital Module repaired.
Your Monitor is not connected properly http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/networking/setup/wireless.mspx
Connecting Your Monitor 1. Turn off your computer and unplug the power cord. 2. Connect the white connector end of the DVI cable attached on the monitor to the connectors on the computer. 3. Connect the USB cable that was included with your monitor to the computer and the upstream USB connector on the monitor. Once this cable is connected to the computer and the monitor, you can use the USB downstream on the monitor. 4. Connect any USB devices. 5. Connect the power cord. 6. Turn on your monitor and computer. If you do not see an image, see Troubleshooting Your Monitor.
NOTE: The Monitor will display full screen in White, Black, Red, Green and Blue color rolling pattern on screen if the DVI cable is not connected. This self test pattern will be displayed continually when Monitor detects that DVI cable from Monitor to PC is not connected.
* Check connection integrity at both ends of the video cable. * Ensure the monitor and computer are plugged in to a working electrical outlet. * Ensure power button is depressed fully.
OK FIRST A POWER SURGE PROTECTOR WILL ONLY PROTECT YOU 7 % OF THE TIME, WHICH YOU JUST REALIZED. SO YOU NEED TO BUY A BATTERY BACKUP ALSO KNOWN AS A UPS.... I CANNOT STRESS THIS ENOUGH. BRING YOUR PC TO BEST BUY AND THEY WILL TEST YOUR POWER SUPPLY, IF IT TESTS OUT OK THEN YOU BLEW SOMETHING IN YOUR MOTHERBOARD. GET A BATTERY BACKUPS/UPS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
That chirp is your ballast trying to fire the lamp. Sounds to me like you need a new lamp. The model should be TY-LA1000.
Keep in mind though that the ballast could also be faulty, but 85% of the time it's a lamp.
Pull the cover off the unit and remove the lamp. More often than not, when the lamp goes it'll actually break and be obvious.