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ASTA09JEC Fujitsu model number operation light not on but time light (red/orange) flashing turns on then turns off automatically I have tried the reset button and turned the timer off on the remote


This is a serial signal error which means the outdoor unit is not talking to the indoor unit or vice versa. Most likely the outdoor board is stuffed but you need to count how many times the timer flashes to be absolutely sure which error it is. If you turn power off at the isolator for 5 mins then restart, this can sometimes clear an error caused by power supply fluctuations. If not, you will have to replace one of the boards. Indoor board allow around $200 - $250, outdoor board allow around $300 - $400.

May 09, 2015 | Fujitsu Heating & Cooling

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I have a wd52525 the status light keeps blinking


There are 3 different LEDs on the front of this televison. The TIMER will blink green. The STATUS will blink orange and the LAMP will flash red or orange depending on if there is a failure or if the lamp timer is showing over 5000 hours.

If I answer your question directly and the status is blinking a steady orange light, then you have left the side filter cover or the front lamp cover off or they are loose.

Also holding the menu and device buttons together until the timer light blinks will reveal a code that will help in diagnosing your problem. Goodluck.

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Air Conditioner cannot be turned on when power-light is flashing


The flashing light is a delay timer, usually activated when changing from heating to cooling and visa versa. The fact that the unit can only run from certain times shows that the timer is activated. You need to cancel the timer function on the remote.

Nov 19, 2009 | Heating & Cooling

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Replaced lamp-orange lights still flash.....lame!


Yes, Turn On TV, press and hold Volume Down button on TV front and Split button on remote at same time for 6 seconds to reset lamp timer in TV.

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Timer on light flashes tv doesn't turn on


Hi

I emailed NEC and they sent a manual

Thanks

Aug 20, 2009 | Televison & Video

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Panasonic PT-LB10SVU green light flashing,then orange,lamp light


i just replace the lamp, and don't have any light coming from lens,starting green (after a few seconds,green become to flash2_bing.gif), then turning on orange and lamp light flashing...please i need help, fan working perfect...i don't have a remote,is a problem, or not

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Timer light is flashing but tv wont turn on!


When the timer light stoped flashing the remote control would not turn on the TV. The next time the light quit flashing I held the power button in on the TV for about 5 seconds and it came on and has had no problems since then with the remote or the local TV power button.

Greg Allen

Aug 29, 2008 | Mitsubishi Televison & Video

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Changed bulb, now tv does nothing. . .please help


same problem. TV turns on but no picture or sound. when i press power button on the remote control orange light flashes for about a minute and goes back to red.
TV won't turn on. It iz frustating me a lot ay !

Mar 07, 2008 | Televison & Video

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