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No power I powered up the receiver when it was erroneously connected to an ac outlet which was on a dimmer ( don't ask me what **** installed that). I got the red standby light but when I tried to go full power - there was a buzz. I hit the power off swithc but now, despite being connected to a good ac outlet, I get no power at all. Have I fried my receiver? Warranty is 2 months expired. Cathie

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Cathie, What **** installed the dimmer? Sorry you said not to ask. No power and no stand-by light, it may need a stand-by power transformer or the main micro. If the stand-by light is on and the receiver clicks when you push the power button it may only need a fuse. Make sure you replace with a fast acting fuse of the same rating for current (amps). NOT WITH A SLOW BLOW FUSE!!! If it blows again there is somthing shorted and it needs service.

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Hi Don,

Shut the power off.

Inspect the switch.

If the switch has two cables (2 black & 2 white wires) which would indicate that power enters the switch on one cable and supplies the light through the switch on the other cable, you can supply a new outlet so that it can be on all the time or controlled by the switch. Either way, you'll need to run a 14/2 cable from the new outlet to the existing switch box. Connect the bare ground wire to all the other bare ground wires by adding it to the bundle in a wirenut; and connect the white wire (neutral) to the other two whites under a wirenut.

Power back on.

Using a meter or tester; carefully determine which of the black wires on the switch is "on" all time and which is turned "on and off" by the switch. Indicate which is which on the wire with tape, or other marker.

Power off.

Remove the wire you want to supply the outlet.

Cut a short (8" or so) length of insulated (black, red or blue in color) #14 copper wire & strip 3/4" off each end. Combine one end of this short wire, the original switch wire, and the black from new 14/2 cable together under a wirenut..

Connect the other end of the short black wire to the switch and put everything back together again.

Power back on.

The outlet will either be on all the time - or turn on and off by the position of the switch. You're done!

I hope this helps - if it was not the answer you were expecting, please describe how you want the switch, light & new outlet to work in greater detail.

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1.Do not power on .
1 .1 Please check AC cable if connect to AC plug. Is true the connector don't connect to AC plug. Please connect it.
2.2 Please check AC cable if connect to AC power. Is true the AC cable don't connect to AC power. Please connect it.
3.3 Please check power board of fuse if broken. If the F1 fuse is broken, Please pull out the AC cable from AC power. Please check AC L power and AC N ground by multimeter, The read number is infinite, the fuse is broke. Then look up power board if not burn out place. Is true it. Please change power board or be changed power board.
2. The power on switch of green extinguish.
2.1 The power of led(indicator light) is red light, To touch power on key when indicator light wink. Is true that the power DC output have somewhere short circuit. Check connector J39,J31 .If not connector direction is wrong. Or the mainboard somewhere of power short circuit.

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Does it read OK on the BOTH receptacles of the first outlet? Check the terminals that provide output on the first outlet and the LINE terminals of the GFCI . Bad at the first outlet? Check the input on the first outlet. Bad? Check splices between outlet and service panel and neutral connection at neutral bus bar inside panel. OK? Check the input to the GFCI - make sure on LINE terminals and proper polarity is observed.

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Aloha, bro.
I was born and raised in Hilo, graduated Hilo High school, back in the stone age.

Hey, your problem to solve this issue, is real easy. Don,t even touch the air conditioner, as you don,t want to risk and mistakes or damage.

Here is what you do, make sure power is off to the outlet. Best way is go to breaker panel and turn off all power, to test to make sure outlet is dead with plugging in something you know that works, radio, or lamp or screw gun, you know.

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