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Is there a diode inside a galaxy dx99v that could be blown and not letting it turn on ?

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Yes there are diodes in the power supply, but it could be a fuse, resistor fuse, or a bad switch, a host of things. You need to take it to a tech unless you have schematics an a good VOM.

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