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Re: power button is flashing green
These models are prone to shorting of the inverter drive transistors,
2sc5707. An in-circuit ohm meter test will reveal which are shorted if
any. They should be replaced in pairs even if only one is shorted. Bad
solder joints on the transformer can cause them to short so look for
bad solder. Monitor Mike
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you need to change your power box there is a bad connection with the wires. its over heating you might whant to buy another at game stop or take it in to get fixed. the more you messed with it it might mess up your whole system.
This has worked for others:
First, power off the mouse, then push on the green-lit button on the transmitter that you plug into your USB. (It doesn't feel too much like a button but you will see that it starts flashing.) Hold it down for about 15 seconds. Then power on your mouse and you will see that it should start working.
With the buttons toward the top:
The top LEFT slider button is for power. Slide toward the outside for ON. Light on top of mouse turns green after about 1 second, and stays green for about 10 seconds (assuming the batteries are okay). When the batteries are failing, it blinks red.
The top Right PUSH button sends a connection signal to the PC. When pressed, the indicator light on the top flashes green and red, indicating the special connection signal.
This is the mouse side of the equation (good batteries, slider turned on, connection button pressed and released.).
NOW: the PC must have a working receiver, with drivers installed, and Bluetooth software installed. it sould detect the mouse. If it asks for a passkey, say none (mouse doesn't need passkey).
You should not need Microsoft Intellipoint. it doesn't have a configuration for this particular mouse model anyway.
Ok, try this in the steps ordered 1 remove the receiver from the USB port 2 remove the battery from the mouse 3 turn on the pc 4 after everything is loaded on the pc, plug the mouse receiver into the USB port 5 put the battery back in to the mouse and let it "find" the receiver. If these steps don't work, try doing the steps and use a different USB port. If that doesn't work try a different battery in the mouse. If none of this works and the receiver hasn't been bent (happens allot in laptops), then it sounds like your mouse took a dump.
Had the same problem with my wife's...you have to push the connect buttons on both the receiver and the mouse almost simultaneously after turning the mouse off and back on. Keep trying, it took me lots of tries.
you have power but no screen? try swipping your finger over mouse pad or pushing keyboard....also try a power cycle...unplugging battery but leaving the the poewr adapter in..push power button down for 1 minute....then press poewr button again...it might solve the problem...if not shine a flash light at screen see if you can see a faint image..there might be a problem with the inverter or backlight that lights up the screen...also try external monitor ifyou hvae one...and make sure computer power adapter is good and the battery is good...if this doesn't help you might have to get it serviced...if under warranty call warranty companie...if not under warranty call local computer repair shop
Bit of a tough one to know where to start "Printer is not Running"
They usually sit on a bench and do not run anywhere :-)
Is your power supply plugged in?
Is there a green light on the power Supply?
Is the printer turned on?
Does the green feed button cause a label to eject?
If yes to all the above then try a reset
1) Turn printer off. 2) Hold down feed button whilst turning printer on. 3) Let go of the feed button as soon as it starts to flash and then wait. 4) Printer will measure out 4 labels then print out a Hex dump ending with a not to "Push Feed to Exit" 5) Push feed
Follow the above instructions, if you mess around tapping the feed button (not following the above) you can change the printer between line mode and page mode. To swap that back is another storey. David
Hi there, I have a Mitsubishi HDTV 1080 and when I tried to turn it on the tv this morning it wouldn't turn on and the power light is flashing green. I pushed in the reset button but it just keeps flashing and still won't turn on.