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I would suspect it has blown a fuse, more than likely on the Y-sustain board due to the power failure causing a surge. Possibly just replcing the fuse may rectify things but if it were to blow straight then the power failure has caused some component damage & would need to be investigated further by a repair engineer.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
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