All of a sudden, one day, it just stopped turning on. Has been sitting in the same spot for three years. No damage to cord. Tried other plugs, other speeds, plugging in off, plugging it in on. Nothing. Does Restoration Hardware offer repairs?
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I would have checked the cord first. Cords are a high failure part because they always get bent and pulled and such. Some versions of the jr3000v had problems with field wires breaking right at the field terminal.
Generally one of three things will have happened, They damaged the cord, broke the connector inside the drive or they shorted the board by bending the connector.
In the first case you can replace the AC adapter. In the other two cases it's not generally worth repairing due to cost.
You can try locating a connector with the same voltage amperage and polarity to test the drive but you simplest solution in all three cases is simply to purchase a new enclosure at the local PC store and have the techs put the harddrive from the maxtor enclosure in the new case for testing(about $40).
If this works you're done. If not the short may have damaged the cicuit board on the HDD. If the drive itself is damaged and you need the files that are on it you will need the help of a pro.
Try the above suggestion and comment back here as to your results, if you need a pro, include your country and city in the comment and I will make an appropriate recommendation.
check your fuses. Also check the power wire connection to the amp and then the ground source maybe move that if there is paint under it. check fuses on the amp. Check ohm load to the amp from the speakers.
It looks like a problem with the power cord. Try splicing the cord with a new one near the base of the iron and see if this helps. If not, it could indicate some connection problem inside the iron. In this case, it would be cheaper (and wiser) to simply go in for a new iron box..