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HT-Q40, Samsung Home Theatre will not power up.

HT, suddenly stopped powering up. Is there an internal fuse that might be blown and can be replaced?

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  • James Jan 03, 2013

    I should have stressed that this Samsung does not power on at all. So there is no on screen message being received.

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SOURCE: SAMSUNG DIGITAL HOME CINEMA SYSTEM MODEL HT-Z110

Maybe the audio amplifier Ic are damaged and need to be replaced

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SOURCE: Insignia Remote Code Needed for Samsung HT-X40

Many remote control codes can be found at InsigniaProducts.com. Search for your Insignia product model number and click on the Support tab.

Posted on Feb 05, 2010

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