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I have panicked several times when this has happened to me. My solutions were simply to clean the filters out. Two other options are to reset breaker or reset on outlet plug. Hope your problem is as simple.
I can only suggest one solution not a fix but will work without much cost. Try a wireless outlet switch... the switch I have uses a wireless frequency much like a remote control only an on/off switch... I placed the switch on my wall and plugged in the receiver into a wall outlet, then plugged in my table lamp to the receiver. Now I just walk to the wall switch and click it and on goes the lamp without me having to physically reach under the lamp to turn it on... wish I was more help but for about 25.00 dollars (think it was 14.00 at lowes) its a working solution...
Try to unplug your system for 5 mins and plug it back into the wall. Also if there is a reset button or hole behind the player try sticking a paper clip in that hole while it is still plugged into the wall until the power light goes red or off.