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Unit will not power on.

When I plug in the dc plug the fan starts for second then stops,unit does not power up, no red standby light, nothing.
Any ideas?
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One or more sections of the power supply are not coming on. This unit has both fuses and ICP's (integrated circuit protectors) in the power supply that may open up causing your symptom. You will need to check and/or replace any open fuses or ICP's. If they immediately open up again, you will need the manual to figure out what is loading the power supply, or what component in the power supply has failed.

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