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MITSUB CS-40707 NO POWER AFTER STORM

WORKED GREAT BEFORE,AFTER STORM CAME THROUGH POWER WAS LOST,YES ON SURGE PROTECT.CHECKED MAIN FUSE AND IT'S OK .SET WON'T TURN ON PLEASE HELP..

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Surge can come in thru antenna circuit ck outlet with lamp. otherwise need tech.

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