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Plug in -won't power on at all

It was working last night. I tried it today and nothing. I sockets are good, I have the dvd&dish receiver powering up!!!

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Re: plug in -won't power on at all

  • it is due to
  • fuse
  • loose connection in power supply or connector loose.
  • power supply regulator might be defective
  • power supply oscillator capacitor must have failed.

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