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I have been using a Mouse and turned it off for a break. On resuming the job I could not turn it on again. The switch clicked but nothing. I have checked the fuse

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Sounds like it could a be switch problem. Unfortunatly I dont think there are replacement switches available for this unit because the cost of service would be would be higher than the replacement cost. If the unit is less than 2 years old it may fall under B&D's 2 year warranty (even if you do not have a recepit there is a datecode stamped on the machine.) You can find a service center though www.dewaltservicenet.com. The only question I have is, where you using or had you used the sander to sand drywall? If so, the B&D warranty is voided. Many people try to use electric sanders to sand drywall and as hard as the tool companies work to seal off the tool componant, drywall dust is so fine that it still gets through, gets caked on everything and kills the motor and switch. Unfortunatly the best way to sand drywall is with the good old sanding block.

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Maybe the print spooler service had stop. Try to stop and restart it again. Try this solution.

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If still not printer, try to set up or add once more the printer.

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2. Hold the button "Resume", include printer (click "Power").

3. Hold the "Power" button, release the button "Resume" (power indicator / preparedness must turns green)

4. Not releasing the "Power" button, double click "Resume" and release both buttons
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-- If after these actions instead of constantly burning green printer continues to display error, or you are mistaken in paragraphs 1-4 (turn off the printer and repeat with paragraph 1), or if additional printer error that must be corrected, or it will not go down to a service mode.

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Try to delete the print jobs while the printer is turned ON. Also, if you are using Windows, deleting print jobs is easier when the print spooler is stopped and the printer is turned ON.

  1. Click Start => Settings => Control Panel
  2. In the Control Panel window, click to open the "Administrative Tools"
  3. Double click the icon "Services" to open it.
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  5. Now turn ON your printer. It should not print the stored jobs since the spooler is stopped.
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2. In the Display Properties dialog box, click the Screen Saver tab.
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7. In the Wait box, type the number of minutes the computer should wait to start the screen saver after you last touched the keyboard or mouse.
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