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Image scanners use a bright light (usualy LED's but sometimes fluorescent) to get the image. If that is the "light" that didn't come on, it may need replacing. If the "light" is a power indicator, a surge might have fried the circuits. Service on consumer products is often impossible to do yourself and sometimes more expensive than a replacement. Try a Google on your scanner # and "disassembly" if you feellucky and are handy with tools. Best bet: replace it.