The blinking amber light means there is a hardware problem. Got that from Netgear's website because we have a similar problem here. I don't know if it means hardware problem in the print server or in the printer. We put the print server on a UPS Uninterruptible Power Supply and that problem seems to be gone. We are in an old factory and the wiring is not so reliable. Maybe you could try this same fix.
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Epson printer blinking different lights. The different lights blinking has different meaning and solutions. When the Epson printer red light blinking that means ink cartridge of your printer is out of ink. And when your printer green light blinking that means paper gets jammed inside the printer.
You can fix the Epson printer lights blinking error using following steps:
·Fix the paper jammed ·Check empty or damaged ink cartridge ·Clean the dirty print head or replace missing or failed print head
In most cases an amber lights are usually just connection lights. They let you know the ethernet cable is connected and able to transfer data.
You will want to ensure the printer has a static ip address set in it's configuration, otherwise the ip address will change from time to time causing print issues.
I too went through all the cleaning processes on my i860 with its amber light blinking five times to one of green. After all that time and effort, I ordered a new head, replaced it, put the old ink carts back in, and presto, worked like a charm. Don't waste time and money doing anything else.
LED Display gives you your display visual alerts, signal strength, and operation mode. Here is an attached link for the manual.....http://www.uniden.com/pdf/LRD6399SWSom.pdf But to answer your question here is what the difference between the green light and the red light are: 1. X-Band Signal Indicator—A green LED lights and blinks to indicate the presence of an X-band radar signal. The blink rate increases as the radar source gets closer. A distinct audio alert is also heard. 2. K-Band Indicator— An amber (orange) LED lights and blinks to indicate the presence of a K-band radar. The blink rate increases as the radar source gets closer. A distinct audio alert is also heard. 3. Ka-SuperWideband Signal Indicator— A yellow LED lights and blinks to indicate the presence of a Ka-SuperWideband radar signal. The blink rate increases as the radar source gets closer. A distinct audio alert is also heard. 4. Laser Signal Indicator— A red LED under L lights and blinks to indicate the presence of a laser signal. A distinct audio alert is also heard. 5. SWS Signal Indicator— When an early warning hazard or informational signal is detected, the yellow SWS LED begins to blink and the amber K-band LED lights. A distinct audio alert is also heard. 6. Power-On Indicator— A green LED under P lights to indicate power is being supplied to the unit and the unit is turned on. 7. LED Signal Strength Meter—Four LEDs give an accurate visual indication of the strength of radar or laser signals. 8. City Mode Indicator—A green LED under C lights to indicate that you selected City Mode. 9. Auto Mute Indicator— A red LED under M lights to indicate that you selected the Auto Mute feature. Please make sure you give me a rating and I hope this helps, cbinny1
I have had the same problem and just got my printer working. I moved the peel lever to the lower postion and the printer now works without any problem. The user guide says to postion the lever to the up position (inactive) but that caused the amber blinking lights (not recognizing the label properly)when loading labels. Hope this helps