Question about Home Theater Systems
This is the third system I am about to return.. the first two would not power up... this one did work fine until I unplugged it to set it up on a stand.. now I cannot get the power on.
Not sure but since you did not indicate wether this wall plug you are using is the same one you are plugging into when placeing on a stand.
I would say that if it is not the same one it would appear to be the only variable common.
Have someone check that outlet it might be wired wrong (if you don't have a tester ) ----(you can buy a line tester at home depot ,it plugs in to wall and has lights that display how plug is wired) -- I am thinking either you have no ground or polarity is backwards. If you have a VOM measure Nuetral to Ground it should be less than 5 VAC, higher than this is a problem.
Since most amps use low voltage switches internally any variation to the ground will vary the switching voltage.
If you are using the same outlet then the above still applies since when you unplug the poor ground may be shorting internally as you remove.
I would inspect the outlet you are using.
Posted on Dec 01, 2007
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