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Please take a good look at the front of your printer and make sure that the only thing blinking is the exclamation point. If it is then it means that the cover to your printer is not closed all the way. Try opening and closing the printer to cancel this error.
If there is a picture of a sun, an ink droplet or anything else along with the blinking exclamation point then the error can mean different things.
This could be alot of things but I tend to lean towards a power supply issue. The short story is that when your tv starts up, it checks alot of things to make sure they are correct. If one of the voltages is off, then the tv protects itself and turns back off. In my experience when they turn back off its almost always power supply issues. It could be a card pulling down the powersupply, or the neat gizmo that powers the light. But I have not seen alot of that.
Generally if its not a power supply fault that the tv just cant tolerate it will flash a code at ya. Blink blink (Im messed up and here is the number of the fault) Blink blink BLINK!
I wish I had better news, however powersupplys are one of the cheaper and easier things to fix.
The clean light blinking is due to a fault in heating the water, it could be several other things than the heat element. Here is a link to some instructions on how to reset the control so you can use the dishwasher, it also has a list of things that could have caused the not heating situation. Let me know if you have questions.
Environment Over Temperature- 1 long blink / 1 short blink
DMD Over Temperature- 1 long blink / 2 short blinks
Lamp Over Temperature- 1 long blink / 3 short blinks
Fan1 Locked- 1 long blink / 4 short blinks
Fan2 Locked- 2 long blinks / 2 short blinks
Fan3 Locked- 2 long blinks / 3 short blinks
Fan4 Locked- 2 long blinks / 4 short blinks
DMD Initial Fail- 3 long blinks / 1 short blink
Lamp Initial Fail- 3 long blinks / 2 short blinks
Ballast UART Error- 3 long blinks / 3 short blinks
Temperature Sensor Fail- 3 long blinks / 4 short blinks
Inter Lock Open- 4 long blinks / 1 short blink
any of these will result in lamp off and shutdown.
Your problem is: will not go through a compleate cycle and then the clean light comes on and blinks 7 steady blinks and stops the blinks again and i cant start the dishwasher unless i reset the dishwasher and then it does the same thing
Sounds like you have a bad control board. I don't recomend this repair to the average homeowner. You might consider the Repair Directory for a repairman. If it has a few years on it perhaps you may consider the costs of repair verses replacement.
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Wher can you return it? Does anyone have and address? My Dads unit has a blinking blue light and the folks at sharper image say to bad so sad only after 2 months out of warrenty. Is there any one out there that can help? I am done buying things from Sharper Image with their attitude! email@example.com
Does it blink a certain amount of blinks pause a second or just blink constantly with no pauses? Let me know it will blink a code if its going into protected shutdown. And it will blink constantly for another reason.