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typically a radio of this type has two power wires. One is the main power which is switched( hot with the key on) and the other is constant supply for memory functions. If you have power on both of these wires with the key on the radio unit is most likely bad.
If the unit is in bypass mode, the display will indicate "BYPASS" That would bypass the RP355. You might try that to see if the problem is with the 355.
You might also have issue with the output being essentially low Z out if it is plugged into a High Z input.
Are you using the unbalanced 1/4 inch guitar jacks or the XLR? Is the XLR wired correctly? If not it may be grounding out the input.
If your eurozone power pack is the correct polarity on the coaxial power plug, the unit should light up. If it is not even doing that- check the polarity as it may be reversed from what you need. As long as the the output voltage and current is close to what the American power supply output current is- molded into the power pack, there should be no issue there if polarity of coaxial plug is correct. It should behave and respond to the various setting displyed on the RP unit.
Is it plugged into a computer? Did the computer recognize the driver? Is there a software conflict? If you have a windows machine, you can open the device manager and see if there is a yellow X or yellow question mark on the device- if so the driver either did not install, or there is a software conflict. you may need to to enable the audio for that input in "Audio Properties" in the control panel of the PC. If a mac- make sure it is selected under "Chooser".
In short- you should be able to plug your guitar into the unbalanced input of the RP, and then you can run a cable from the RP unbalanced output to the guitar amp. There are 5 different lengths of 1/4 inch jack in use- make sure yours are the right length for the amp, and the RP.
in bypass mode, the guitar should be heard, you can put the unit in bypass mode by pressing the up and down keys at the same time. Also make sure the amp is not in standby or muted either. These things can happen. It should work, it shoudl light up, it should give you visual indication something is or should be happening.
Auto-restart Presetting: The appliance is preset as no auto-restart function by manufacture. If Auto-restart function is needed, follow the step below to activate this function: 1) Make sure the Air-con's power is off: 2) Press down and hold the Emergency button (ON/OFF )on the indoor unit then electrify. 3) Keep pressing the Emergency button for over 10 seconds until three short beeps are heard. The Auto-restart function is then activated. To cancel the Auto-restart function, repeat above procedure until four short beeps are heard. Remarks: When remote controller is out of work, open the panel and you can see emergency button there, see the The emergency button for 50, 70, 90 series is at the top right, see " ON/OFF " button there. Auto-restart set: the appliance is preset as no auto-restart function by manufacturer. If Auto-restart function is needed, follow the below step to activate this function: 1) Make sure the Air-con's power is off . 2) Press down and hold the Emergency button (ON/OFF )on the indoor unit then electrify . 3) Keep pressing the Emergency button for over 10 seconds until three short beeps are heard, then Auto-restart function is activated. To cancel the Auto-restart function, repeat above procedure until four short beeps are heard.
Hi, Yes, Disp/Title stuck button could be cause of no other button function because one button can be operated at one time in these units and if any button stuck for some reason, other buttons would be inoperative. Take off front panel by pressing eject button at lower left side and try to release Disp/Title button with finger nail, if that does not help then remove screws at back of front panel, take off back cover then take out circuit board carefully and press gently, little bit Disp/Title knob from inside front panel to send it back in its original position then put circuit board and put back cover and tight screws. Check Disp/ Title button gives little click sound while pressing as other buttons give that sound. Put front panel in unit and check. Hope these info will help you. Let me know if you have additional question. Thanks.
Minimum hardware requirements for Windows 98: 1. 486DX 66 megahertz (MHz) or faster processor (Pentium central processing unit recommended). 2. 16 megabytes (MB) of memory (24 MB recommended). 3. Hard disk space may range from between 120 MB and 295 MB, depending on your computer configuration and the options that you choose to install. 4. A full install of Windows 98 on a FAT16 drive requires 225 MB of free hard disk space, but may range from between 165 MB and 355 MB, depending on your computer configuration and that options that you choose to install. 5. A full install of Windows 98 on a FAT32 drive requires 175 MB of free hard disk space, but may range from between 140 MB and 255 MB, depending on your computer configuration and the options that you choose to install. 6. One 3.5-inch high-density floppy disk drive. 7. VGA or higher resolution (16-bit or 24-bit color SVGA recommended).
If your PC does not meet the above minimium requirements, you are bound to get errors popup installing or running software.