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No sound or display but power

K so i was had the system going and then it kicked out which wasnt normal and then i turned everything off let it cool down then to rutn it back i found i had power but no display nor sound plz help

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Re: no sound or display but power

You may have toasted the amp. You cab try reseting the microprocessor by using the hard power button and the a b speaker buttons. turn the unit off using the power button. hold the a and b speaker buttons and while holding turn the unit back on. screen should flash a couple times. release a and b buttons. good luck

Posted on Mar 30, 2008

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