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Power Green On (S0) Computer on
Power Green 1 blink every 2 seconds (S1) Suspend Mode
Power Green 1 blink every 2 seconds (S3) Suspend to RAM
Power Green Off (S4) Suspend to Disk (if applicable)
Power Clear Off (S5) Computer off
Power Red 1 blink followed by 2-second
pause - Repeat
Power Supply failure
Power Red* 2 blinks 1 second apart CPU thermal shutdown
Power Red* 3 blinks 1 second apart CPU not installed
Power Red* 4 blinks 1 second apart Power supply overload (crow bar)
Power Red* 5 blinks 1 second apart No memory
Power Red* 6 blinks 1 second apart No graphics
Power Red* 7 blinks 1 second apart System board failure (detected prior to video)
Power Red* 8 blinks 1 second apart Invalid ROM
Hard Drive Green Blinking Hard drive activity
You would need to study a circuit diagram for the stove to figure out where the fault is probably to be found and how it works or alternatively take it apart and follow the wires making notes as you go.
It is true, obsolescence and unreliability and a shorter lifespan is often built in to appliances and other things. Part of the reason is sensible designs using quality parts and engineering are too expensive and so good designs are production engineered (corners are cut) to save money, usually introducing problems and unwelcome "compromises". Often sophisticating the design using cheaper methods are used to overcome problems caused by production engineering.
One of the big problems with stuff designed to have a shorter life is the replacement parts needed to make them last a bit longer are usually priced not to sell.
You have "The red ring of death" If 1 corner is blinking: Turn it of and wait a few days for it to cool off. If 2 corners are blinking: Do the same, but check after 3-5 days to see if it works. If 3 corners are blinking: You HAVE to see a xbox repairer, because you can't wait after 3 rings. Saddly, a complete ring of red: You can't do anything about it, it can't be repaired, but check the power wire and reattach it, there's a little glitch where if you loosen the wire, it does that. Good luck!
test the power supply to the scanner also test the leads that attach from the power supply to the scanner if its connected to a computer you might have to uninstall it then reinstall it this applies the driver aswell you can do this
control panel admistrive tools,computer management,device manager scroll down you should see a yellow question mark? right click to reinstall drivers or ports(com&lpt)ECP printer port right click update driver hope this helps
if the power light blinks and the status light is off, check the lamp door. if the power light blinks and the status light is steady red or blinking green, you have a power supply/ballast issue. you may have to send it in for repair. try www.avsolutionsny.com.
I have a same issue with my MS-7120, how ever mine is in worse stage, when i power up, it beeps and u can see green/red light blinks on top, and it tries to spin the inner motor + tries to turn inner light on, but after several seconds it goes dead. how ever red/green light blinks on top.
i contact the company which i purchased from, he told me these scanner has life expectation of approx 3 years, after 3 yrs they die.
i was told cause is from heavy/light voltage transfer from outlet.
and they have to be repaired by orbit support.
i am afraid to tell your, sounds like urs is ready to die. just beware !! i hope this information helps you.