We have a WS-65609 and have recently developed a problem. A red band flashes up and down the screen, speeds up to a total red flash and then dissipates. All of the other colors are still there and you can still see the picture while the red show is happening. It does not happen constantly, it happens randomly.
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I'm not an expert on phones, but it sounds to me like that is the low battery light that is flashing, so I must ask, have you charged it recently? if not, try that and then after a few hours try turning it back on.
I hate to sound stupid, but a lot of phones will flash a red light if the battery is too low for it to turn on. so it is worth mentioning.
3) The LED turns on or flashes red during initial boot up :
When the temperature inside the car is too high or too low, the red LED flashes. In this case,
follow the steps below.
Turn the product power off and ventilate the car to return to normal ambient temperature.
Turn the power on after a little while and observe the LED color.
If the red LED still flashes under normal temperature, contact customer service.
Ref: Plenio VXA3000 Users Manual Pg 5/6 1-4 Troubleshooting
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You need to look with a meter at the resistors around the chips, they are usually gray in color with bands that denote value--a good guess is one or more were taken out by the chips--in these sets they will look fine---typical is 1.8 ohm (brown, gray, black bands).
At least one is open (bad--no reading across--like checking a fuse) and there will be several with identical color bands on them.
Let me know if I can help.
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There are actually some certain meaning on the red light and green
light showing different information to user. The summaries are: 1) Green On, Red Off = Printer Ready. 2) Green Fast-Flashing, Red Fast-Flashing = Printer warm up. 3) Green Fast-Flashing, Red Off = Printer off-line. 4) Green Slow-Flashing, Red Off = Processing Data. 5) Green Off, Red On = Cover Opened, Toner Empty or Developer Unit / Drum unit missing. 6) Green Off, Red Fast-Flashing = Paper Jam or waiting for jam reset. 7) Green Off, Red Slow-Flashing = Paper Empty or Paper tray is not inserted. 8) Green Off, Red Off = Printer power is off. 9) Green Very-Slow-Flashing, Red Off = Printer in sleep mode. 10) Green (any condition above), Red Slow-Flashing = Toner low or paper empty.
So what is your printer condition? Better know what is going on your printer so can solve the problem
The adjsutment that you turned down was the G2 voltage to the red tube which is just a temporary fix for a CRT which has a short developing in it. Try turning up the red adjustment again only slightly to see if the red CRT ( tube) will light up
if it does and then the set shuts down its most likely the red CRT which is bad . If it lights up but you get retrace lines but doesnt shut down it possible that its the CR board ( Red CRT Drive Board) which is at the very bottom of the red tube.
If the picture is playing fine and you notice that the background is getting more and more red, until it is too red and the set shuts down, it could be that the red screen control is set just a bit too high. If this is the case, you can probably correct this yourself. If you are watching a perfect picture and then it suddenly flashes a very bright red, with thin red lines in the pictureand then shuts down, it usually means that the red picture tube has developed a short in it, between the cathode and heater. A good tech might be able to remove the short by arcing, but if the short persists then the red tube will have to be replaced. Either way, this is something that should only be done by a qualified tech.