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Speakercraft infrared system with AT-1.0 Amplified Terminator, IRC-1.0 Receiver, PS-1.0 Power Supply and IRE-3.0 Emitters. Not functioning - no light on the Receiver and no lights from the emitters when remote is pushed. Verified power from outlet and verified remote is functional. How do I determine if the defect is the Power Supply, the terminator or the receiver? Does anyone know if the receiver is powered by a battery or power from the supply going into the terminator?

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From the power supply. You can meter a power supply with a multi meter. As for the terminator; they rarely go bad. Chances are good that you have a bad receiver.

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