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Loud Poping sound

I have not used my system in awhile, but when I turn on the power it hesitates a second then gives a loud poping sound and turns itself off. Wondered if this is fixable or if it is fried. Thanks

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Re: Loud Poping sound

It sounds Like your power supply has developed a fault, advise not to use/or turn on untill problem is sorted

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