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This is usually a good indication that a capacitor has failed. If the unit is still under warranty, request warranty service. If not, then you can look for cylindrical parts that have domed tops. These are usually blown capacitors. Post here what ever is written on the part, and we'll indicate what you need for a replacement.
Posted on Sep 05, 2008
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