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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
That usually means there is a system password that needs to be entered. If you do not know it, you must remove the CMOS battery from the laptop and reset it.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
There is an issue with the media/paper. First thing is to make sure there is paper, and if so, that it's touching the intake rollers. Next is to check for jams, which are usually under the imaging drum. Open the front lid and remove the drum (it's in the front; follow the directions shown on the label on the front right.) Also, check for jams where the paper exits the printer.
Final two things. The lid could be ajar - simply push down firmly to ensure all the contact switches are closed. The last thing is an issue with the fuser, which may require replacing it. I highly recommend getting the service manual from HP, as it is easy to follow and has extensive troubleshooting.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
This light is indeed designed to indicate a low toner condition. Its coming on is triggered not by the actual level of toner in the cartridge, but by a software process that estimates toner use. If you are inclined to refill your own cartridges, you can use install a glass fuse in the little clip on the back of the toner cartridge that will reset the counter, and turn out the light, otherwise the light will stay on. The reset process will blow the fuse, so a new fuse is needed each time a cartridge is refilled. Leaving the light lit does not hinder the operation of the printer, so as long as there is still sufficient toner to print, the printer will operate normally.
Posted on Aug 17, 2009
How often does it appear?
Is it after the TV has been on for at least 10 mins?
It could be overheating.
Add a fan to get air flow into the set through a vent in the back....and see if that helps to keep the light off.
If this cures it....the internal cooling fan may have stopped.
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
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