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The most likely cause for this is a damaged or defective flexible ribbon cable that connects the LCD to the camera body and can be repaired fairly inexpensively. However, it's not a user serviceable problem and will need to be repaired by a qualified service technician.
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the pressure you are pushing could be too hard or a dull blade. what is the HP of it? I use one for cutting metal bar up to 6 inch and wood. the HP of mine is 15 horsepower and wood will cut quick when solid steel is very slow. of course mine is industrial size with a 3 foot depth
can you go to bios? load default setings in bios, or optimized settings, then try... when something like that happens i usully pull out batery on mother board, than wait about few seconds and pul it back in... bu that is to much work. try above,, and let me know
1.take a sheet of paper ,,fold it length wise 2-3 times to make it thick.insert this into the paper feed tray...move it left and right a couple of times..this clears the obstruction if any..
if this does not work..call lexmark tech support,,,your printer would be replaced if in warranty..
Is it a WHITE screen? I had this problem with a 710 also.
It turns out that everyhting in the camera will still be perfect...except one thing---One or more of the conducting filaments in the ribbon connector (that bridges the electronics in the front and rear halves) will be found to have been broken, perhaps almost invisibly, at the fold in the ribbon.
At this point you own a "parts camera", and might get a few bucks for it on ebay. Sorry.
I have the same problem and found it is the ribbon cable to the faceplate holder. As the plate folds down it breaks the connection in the bad part of the cable and the deck doent see the faceplate, thinks it's been removed and begins to close. As it is closing the ribbon cable straightens and makes connection again. Hope this helps.