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Unit turning off after displaying red pc chip icon

This unit had previously been working fine and is very new.
Now when it is turned on the Toshiba start up screen displays for a few seconds, then a red pc chip icon displays in the top left hand corner. The unit then shuts down the lamp and after a minute turns off completely. Before this LED lights on the unit show 'On' red lit, 'Lamp' orange lit, 'Fan' green lit. The manual does not reference this sequence.

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Hi whitiezn

If you say that this unit is very new , it should on all accounts still be under warranty.

Contact your local Toshiba Service Centre and have this problem sorted out on their account - the machine should still be under warranty.

Posted on May 06, 2008

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