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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Error displaying 552
Hi ladakh the fuser unit has failed to reach its required temperature there are 3 possible causes 1.the thermister is faulty 2.the heater lamp has blown 3.the power supply is faulty you need an engineer to check and replace any parts
Posted on Mar 05, 2007
SOURCE: memory recall
From the Users Manual for this monitor: "Memory Recall returns the adjustments back to factory settings if the display is operating in a factory Preset Timing Mode listed in the Specifications of this manual. - Exception: This control does not affect changes made with the User Color control, Language Select or Power Lock setting." When the monitor is asking "Memory Recall OK?" it either wants to initiate a settings Recall, or it's asking if the Recall was successful. In either case, the "Memory Recall OK?" message is supposed to go away when you push either button 1 or button 2. If it does this when you are adjusting settings then it's likely just doing what you told it to, even if you don't realize you told it to do that. It's also possible for one of the settings buttons to be stuck down and this is causing it to try and change the Recall settings. Push each of the buttons on the monitor and pay attention to what each one feels like as you push on it. If one of them feels different from the others, it's likely stuck. Tapping lightly on the settings buttons or on the panel beside them will usually free up a stuck button. If a button is stuck and won't loosen up by tapping beside it, you might need to pry up on the edges of the button VERY gently with the sharp tip of a pointy kitchen knife. If it's doing this when you did not touch any of the settings buttons at all, then this is likely being caused by a dendrite whisker or faulty circuit trace inside the monitor and you'll need to take the monitor to a service technician for repair. But remember to contact Viewsonic first and go to whatever Service Center that they advise, since a repair of this type may be covered under warranty. One other thing you could try before spending money on it is simply to change the Timing mode in the Windows display settings. Go to "Control Panel > Display", then select the "Settings" tab and click the "Advanced" button. Select the "Monitor" tab and change the screen timing to a different Hertz value in the "Screen refresh rate" menu box. Don't forget to save these settings by clicking "Apply" and "OK" to close all of the Windows settings windows. Hope that helps solve your problem...
Posted on Aug 03, 2007
SOURCE: !!! TOSHIBA SHUT DOWN !!!!!!!
My Mom's Toshiba Satellite had a similar issue, started running hot, got a laptop cooler, that worked for a while. Then it started to shut-down without warning. I thought it might be a bad power supply/defective battery. Did a search, found a user group that filed a class-action lawsuit about this issue. Turns out many of those laptops have a design flaw. There is a gap between the CPU heat sink and the intake fan. Apparently the gap gets clogged with dust, animal fur, lint, etc. I removed the bottom cover & discovered the gap full of lint & cat fur. I gently peeled the strip of lint out with a dry cotton swab (wore anti-static wristband while inside of laptop), then blew out the inside of the laptop with canned air. From there I tacked fine nylon window screening inside the bottom cover over the fan vents (very sparingly with Krazy Glue). After the glue dried I replaced the bottom cover, Mom hasn't had any overheating issues since.
Posted on Aug 12, 2007
you may have a short somewhere, maybe against the pc case or a cmos chip fault. You could have stressed the board when fitting the tv card, or the motherboard was simply faulty at purchase. You will have to reset the bios by the shorting terminals (refer to manual) as removing the battery alone does not always reset the bios.
Posted on Aug 21, 2007
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