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Technics receiver turned off and won't turn back on.

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All ya have to do is take the top cover off of the receiver and spray out the dust with a can of air

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For a new remote:

substitute... $39 plus shipping

http://remotes.com/remotes/servlet/rs?a=gmi&smodel=SUG90&brand_pn=TECHNICS_SUG90&mode=large&uuid=A13127564179231

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There's a used original remote for $12 delivered on eBay right now.

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