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Toshiba SD-V393 After thunderstorm, would not power on. Fuse inside is not blown. Disconnected power overnight, reconnected power - still will not power on.

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It's blowed up REAL good.

Do you have a volt meter? If so, measure the power outputs of the power curcuit.

This won't really help, since if you measure the power and it's good, something on the rest of the board is bad. If the power is not good, you have to repair the power supply. If you don't know anything about electronics troubleshooting and soldering, there's no point to trying.

There is no simple owner doable solution to a problem like this.

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