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Does not get power from any wall outlet

No power...tried various outlets and still nothing...is this something i can fix myself ot do I need a tech.?

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First thing you may want to do is pull the back cover and see if the fust is blown next to the power cord. Make SURE the power cord is pulled before you try this. You could have had a power surge that caused it to go out, but usually this points to a larger problem. It's a good first pass thick to check though.

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