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Due to construction power was completely shut off to bldg. Power now restored and printer will not turn on?

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Does it still flashes the led light on the printer? If not anymore, then I guess the printer's fuse went down along with the power failure. Try to unplug the printer overnight. If this does not work, then you need to have the power supply of the printer checked or replaced.

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I cannot exit safe mode on my lenovo G550 laptop. I have system restored. booted, and failed booting. Also I restarted the computer many times completely.


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Symptons like these usually are due to corrupted data file that is why you Operating System is not loading correctly. Normally an OS reinstallation is the fix. You can shut down the computer and press the OKR button next to the power with an arched arrow sign from the computer turned off and it will restore the system to the default, however everything is gonna be wiped out but guaranteed you system will be error free.
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Press the button on the printer, to turn the printer off.

Then, press the switch on the power-bar, to completely cut the power to the printer.

Turn the power-bar on.
Turn the printer on.

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Hope one of these suggestions work for you! Lastly, new Dell! You should have free support through dell even for things like this. Luck!!
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Empty Ink message


Try this 1# :
http://welcome.solutions.brother.com/BSC/public/us/us/en/faq/faq/000000/000300/000036/faq000336_002.html?reg=us&c=us&lang=en&prod=mfc420cn_us

If you still have trouble:
unplug machine from power. Open cover and take all carts out of position. Plug machine to power again by connecting it to the wall socket. Wait until machine has done start up. When finished power on machine (if it has shut down first). Machine demands carts. Place each demanded cart into position and make sure it is secured. Answer lcd display questions. Close cover. Machine will run a cleaning cycle and come up stand-by.

If you still have trouble after that procedure, use another ORIGINAL cart. (Most brother printer  trouble is because of diffrent construction of generic ink carts and due to wrong ink).

And if there still is trouble have a look at the led control circuit board built in the cart holder it should look this:

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Unplug machine from power outlet. take all carts out. leave cover open. wait 5 min. plug machine to power and close cover. machine will demand carts. reinsert carts and answer question given on display.

If you still have trouble this might be due to the generic carts which have not the right construction. use original carts.

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