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Topic # 112047 24-Nov-2012 10:50
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E machine E443 . Just got back from superpc wof/cleanup. Worked when I got home,worked following morning,but then that night it had turned itself off and get 5 blue flashing lights after push the ON button. Not a power supply fault cos would have turned itself off overnight if battery was running down. Any help please?

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  Reply # 722224 24-Nov-2012 11:40
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You mean there are five blue lights flashing or one blue light flashing five times?

Does that machine have a reset button? Location will be in the manual.

You have just had it serviced, so take it back and tell them what has occurred and they will look at it and see if it was anything to do with the service.

I had a camera serviced some time ago elsewhere and the service guy forgot to hook up the in camera display after disconnecting it during the service. Simple fix. These things do happen from time to time, even to the best.

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