Looks to me like your power adapter is not working correctly.
If it is the wall unit it might be bad all-together -- those things happen from time to time. You can use a voltmeter to check the output of the wall unit... it should be 12 V or so.
If it's hooked into your power supply via the pig tail, make sure that the voltage being put out by the power supply is between 12 and 14 volts. If it is less than 12 you might get that error code.
If neither of these seem to be doing the trick go ahead and give us a call and hopefully we can get something figured out for you!
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