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deffo the bulb life. not a cheap fix as bulbs are very expensive. reset the unit by holding a few buttons.mine resets by holding 2 buttons while off. google master reset for your model and you might get some more user time from the bulb. change bulb asap tho
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Try to reset the printer, follow the instructions;
Start with printer off
Press and hold resume Button (triangle in the circle) and click "Power" button. green led should be on
While holding the Power button, release the Resume Button.
Without releasing the Power Button, click "Resume" button for two times and release Both Buttons.
Click "Resume" for four times then soon click "Power" button, to confirm the selected action (reset counter absorber).
Turn off the printer and turn on again.
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First try to turn off PC by holding power button for more than 5 seconds. Make sure first that your PC is clean inside and CPU is properly connected to motherboard (before you touch inside your PC touch some metal to discharge electrostatic). If it needs cleaning use canned air and paintbrush. Check how memory is connected. Check the Power Supply voltage, if it's ok, first turn PC off,then you can check power button by disconnecting ATX 20 or 24 pin power connector from motherboard and connect paperclip edges to any green to black wires it has to power on your PC. If it's still flashes it's more likely PSU or motherboard issue.
Resetting the printer should clear the flashing leds (flashing lights.)
How to Perform A Factory Reset: 1. Turn the printer off.
2. Hold in the circular button on the front panel of the printer.
3. Turn the printer back on.
4. When the DRUM light is lit by itself let go of the button. Hold in the circular button on the front panel again. Once the Alarm light comes on, let go of the button. This has performed a factory reset on the printer.
If the alarm continues, the printer may need service.
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