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No receiver power

I have the system that was new in the box and put into storage. I have since tried to set it up but there is no power to the receiver. Is there a fuse that could be burned out or something else that may have been affected by not being stored in a climate controlled facility?

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Re: no receiver power

Yes definitely a problem not having it in a climate controlled facility! I don't thik a fuse is the problem. There could be water damage... i.e. fried circuits, so much could happen in that enviroment. You may be SOL :(

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