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Will not power up

I pulled the cover and checked all visable fuses. Made sure power was going to the unit. Looked for any obvious burnt/blown components.
And I do not have a schematic.(sp)
Any help is appreciated,
Rick
615-419-9204

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Go to pioneerelectronics.com - knowledge base and replacement parts. Sounds like the Power Transformer.

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