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Re: HOLD BUTTON FLASING, MSG ON LCD SCREEN
Sorry, but I have to ask, Have you tried to call back to the extention that left you the message? If that does not work go to the ext that left the message and see if you can release the message from there.
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Press and hold the power button until the unit turns off. Sometimes it takes up to two minutes to turn off. If you cannot get it to turn off using the power button, open the back and take the battery out. Press and hold the power button for sixty seconds with the battery removed to reset the unit. Then reassemble it and turn it on. This may not solve the problem on why your screen is getting stuck but it will reset and allow you to attempt to restart it.
Hi! Try to remove first the ink cartridges. Then, using a clothe moistened with alcohol, clean the contact surface of the cartridge where the terminals inside the printer touches. Then return back to its carrier the black and color cartridges. Restart the printer.
If error continue to appear. press and hold down the STOP/RESET button (the circle with inverted triangle button) Hold it down and wait until printer self restart before releasing it.
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Your time needs set on your answering machine. If you have buttons on the top of your base, press and hold the day/check button to set the day of the week. Press and hold the hour button to set the hour. Press and hold the min button to set the min. If you don't have buttons on base, press flash button on handset to enter answerer remote mode. Press the 8 key to enter time set menu. Set hour and min using number buttons and set am/pm using caller id buttons. Press # pause to confirm the setting.
white screen?? but still your phone boots fine?can you still receive call or text msg? if soo, your only problem is the lcd of your phone,
but if your phone freeze on white screen and didn't continue to boot up, try reformatting it
key combination which is used to hard reset the phone (similar to
#*7370). It is useful in some cases, for example when the phone cannot
The trick is Switch off the phone.
Hold down the following three buttons: Green (call answer) button, * button, and ‘3′ button
While holding these buttons, press the power button and switch on the phone
When the message ‘Formatting’ appears on the screen, release all of the buttons...
Hitting camera on desk once has partial fix.
When camera's batteries taken out & then put back in and the power on button pressed to switch camera on, the lens extends out & the camera now works.
BUT when the power button pressed to switch camera off the lens retracts AND a "Lens Error" msg appears on the LCD screen.
Just have to take batteries out to remove msg & start again as above but WITHOUT hitting the camera.
I dunno what the actual msg means so this solution might be of no use. Anyway, remove the face plate completely. Then on the actual deck, you should see a pin hole, labelled "reset". Needless to say that is the reset button. Press down on it once, don't have to hold it. You should see a red light flash once. After doing this put your deck back in and hopefully it works, again this all depends on the reason of the error msg. My msg was "3000D A3" and this solution was indeed a winner.