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Will not turn on


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If there is an input power fuse for your 120 volts a.c. I would remove it and check it. Make sure the cap seats correctly. If it is a new house to you please verify there is power coming out of the exact outlet you are using. Use a lamp or appliance you know works. If your "test" appliance works you may have bad amp or damaged in moving. If it, "tester"does not work you are not getting power to that outlet - check for a wall switch you may have overlooked or fuses/circuit breakers.

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My Dv-C36 was working last night, now it has no power. I figure it has to be a fuse. Is that possible? If so can I change it?


Yes its possible the main fuse is on the power supply board on the left side when looking from the front. Its a 2 amp fuse easy to replace there are two more on the same board but you must be able to solder, they are pico fuses and very small.

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Mine did the same a couple of days ago, I have taken in for repair, will get back once with details soon.

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You have a short either from foreign object inside or blown audio amps. Look for any chard or burnt components.

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ok! make sure ur IC regulator is good. like the 7805 or 7812 or 7809 u make sure that the following ICs are correct in voltage! 7805 is for 5V. 7812 is for 12V. 7809 is for 9V MAKE SURE THAT IS EXACTLY IN VOLTAGE!

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