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Its off & it doesnt want to turn on?

The problem started when a power outage occured & the unit just turned off. A red light is on the unit but when you press power it just click but doesnt come on. I assumed it was on eco mode so I followed those steps & it didnt work, I also tried resetting it & nothing. Lastly I open the reciever to check if the fuse has gone out & it wasnt. Could you guys help I just gave up already??? Thanks! janthony____

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I just had the same thing happen with mine. First i blew out the 7 years of collected dust. No change. Checked the fuse. Good. Scrached head. Check. Out of curiosity i pulled the fuse out, and put a small bolt in its place. Powers on right away now. I dont have to sit and play with it for 10-15 min anymore. So, a new fuse should fix it. I will find out tomorrow.

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