Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Do you have a Home Theater Surge connected to it? If so, Turn the Surge unit off then back on, and your equipment should power back up. The surge will regain Main power but not enough to reset 110v just enough to keep your presets and settings. Hope that's the problem. If you don't have a surge, look on the front of the receiver for a secondary power switch that would be labeled "Main" etc. usually located below the standby or normal power switch. If it's not that, when you press the power button, does the unit "click" once, then two or three seconds later "click" again? That would be a chip, transformer, or IC chip and need to be serviced. If not that, post a reply with the model number and I can dig up some more info for you. Hope this helps
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
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