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Re: Power light keeps blinking
Make sure your disk is free from damage or other elements, such as dirt or finger prints. Try a different disk and see if the problem still occurs.
You may also be experiencing the problem due to a dirty DVD optical lens. Try using a DVD disk cleaner, available locally, to correct the problem.
also, make sure its not a remote control problem; if so, Your battery may be weak and needs replacement...
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Well I think what has happened is that the move has caused a failure, it well may have been bumped or jostled, these units are VERY delicate, and should NEVER be moved without using the protective crating, they came that no-one keeps, for any transport, (It is absolutely imperative that you keep your packaging these days as it should NEVER ever be moved without putting it back into that packaging for travel) they really do NOT travel well at all. This what you describe is a classic situation, we see it all the time in my shop. You have little option but to get a "Quote" for a repair. this is indeed unfortunate, but all too common from "shifted" item. Especially TV's.
if the power just shuts off for no reason when booted up,it may be the power source is on the way out ,it will work for a while, but keeps crashing, thats the first thing to replace
also make sure you hear the fans working
if it overheats it has a safty shutoff ,
you can also use a house fan, aimed inside the computer while open, to rule out power source
Unplug for 24 hours, if still bad then power supply is bad, usually you had a power surge as the unit is still on when it's turned off. Get new unit and buy APC 5 minutes minimum. Ask salesman, he'll help. Way too costly to repair..
it is possibly a power supply failure have you noticed a ticking noise you will have to be close to hear this if it ticks your power supply is tripping and needs rectification, if in uk do have workshop for repairs if you pay carridge will evaluate and repair