I have the same issue. Here's a temporary solution, which is what I've been doing for the last couple of weeks, unplug the unit from the wall, just long enough for the red standby light to go out, then plug the unit back up. as soon that the red standby light comes on, press the on button the the remote or the unit. You may have to do this couple of time before it works. Somedays it works on the first try for me and then somedays I have to do it 3 to 4 time. I sure that at some point this will stop working too.
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Sounds like an ordinary power supply failure. You just have to desolder and semiconductors that are bolted to heat-sinks and or look for electrolytic capacitors that are bulged or not the correct reading. A lightning strike or power surge could have blown a thermistor.
Hi there! You may have had a power surge. Most of these panels are not fitted with a manual on/off switch which can protect it from spikes. If you switch it off using the remote, it is still in danger of getting damaged via the power source. I would personally start with the fuse. If this fails and you are not in the know how of repairing electronics then refer to a repairer. Beware of High Current!!! Unplug from mains and replace fuse carefully with the same rating and refrain from touching anything else as the main capacitor may still be charged. Stand back when you switch on, especially your face as a fuse may explode and send pieces of glass flying. Bset Wishes and Good Luck, JUS004