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CarolAnneHager Offline
#1 Posted : Saturday, March 12, 2011 5:49:40 AM(UTC)

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I tried several ways to get my cricut to start and I am at a loss. I followed the manual directions and this did not help. Any suggestions???

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#2 Posted : Saturday, March 12, 2011 1:13:24 PM(UTC)

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This might be a little simple but , are all you connections in tightly? Power pack to machine and to the outlet? If you have your power pack on a power strip( like the surge potector strip for the computer) is the power strip on? One of my fellow teachers was freaking out a few months ago when her computer wouldn't work the the interactive white board, she checked all the connections and it still wouldn't work she was about to cry when I came in and asked if her powerstrip was on? Sure enough the switch was clicked off and once it was flipped on came everything.
Also , some times power outlets are controlled by light switches and they have to be on for the outlet to work.
Like I said it is just a simple idea but sometimes we overlook the obviousHuh .
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