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My TEAC(model #MC-DX32i)stereo system won't gain power to turn on

I have a TEAC Stereo System and I moved recently and i got into my new place and plugged it in and turned it on and the light on the subwoofer won't turn on which obviously made it so the dock won't turn on. Is it a piece of junk now? Is it fixable?

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Fixable as i had the same problem turned it off at the back waited 24 hours and now it works again :) though i have a simular problem my subwoofa keeps cuttig out, why is this? x

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