When I shut down my machine and turn it back on later it has a flashing power button. I turned off the hibernate option, no difference. Possible power supply problem? Sometimes on reboot, the system will not turn on at all, I have to reboot again to get it to work.
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I heard of many power issues with these models. Mostly concearning the battery, it sounds like this may well be the case from the 'light flashing' issue.
The other problem involving slow start up/ being laggy could be down to the machine running hot and Windows is using passive cooling in the power options, or a failing hard drive can also cause software problems.
I have Blomberg WM87120 NBL00 Product code 717518110 and had flashing Lock in display. Bought and installed new lock and no change. Display still flashing lock. Used following procedure and every is working now.
Press pause button and hold down while turning off machine.Continue to hold pause button and turn power back on. If numbers come up on display make note of them for future reference. Release pause button and all lights on display will light up. Turn power off again and then turn back on. If machine was in a cycle it should end it and then return to normal operation. .Dont know if new lock made a difference. Try the reset procedure first.
If you are using Windows operating system then click on the lower left "Start" button, click on "Shut Down", and then let the machine shut itself off. Hit the power on button on your pc and turn it back on. That is the reboot. IF for some reason the Start button is not allowing you to turn off the machine, you are in other words "hung", then Hold Down the power button of your pc until the machine turns off. You should power back on your machine and choose to boot as normal.
Sounds like a cold water supply fault which could be the solinoid valve, the water turned off, a kinked or twisted cold supply pipe or a wiring fault. Check out the error code sequence here. You never said what make or model you have (the error codes are only for Hotpoint, Creda and Indesit machines)
I had the same issue. This is what a did:
Turn off the machine
Remove the tray/container and leave it outside
Turn on the machine and this time the power button should be flashing (preheating) then hold both cup buttons for 3 sec and it will be back to normal opertion....
For some reason the sensor needs to read that the tray/container is out of the machine...
Follow the wire from the power switch to the motherboard
Remove the wire from the 2 pins
Use a screw driver and touch both pins at the same time, creating a connection
That would be the equivalent of switching the computer on, if it powers on then you know the switch is bad and just need to replace it. If it does not turn on I would be 99% sure it is the motherboard as you already swapped the power supply.
Mine was doing exactly the same. I turned off power, held down the 2 black buttons on right, switched back on and the start button flashes intermittently. It then allowed me to change programs, just testing it now!! It started, this was more then it was doing!! lol