Question about Umax Mirage II Flatbed Scanner
I can't seem to get the button to press down in order to turn it on? It originally was jammed in the down position, and on all the time. It seems as though it is a spring loaded button mechanism with some kind of resistance? This is not a "normal" on off switch, that would be normal? I'd love to thank the GENIUS who designed this. Now it won't turn on at all. Has anyone out there experience this?
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Posted on May 17, 2009
I have this scanner.... I had to take the scanner apart(take the cover off) very simple to do. This is a very simple fix. Obvious fix. You will see when you open it where the switch is. Mine was not making contact. You might be stuck with it in the on position once you fix it.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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