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Megavox model pb-35W

The PA system chargers but will not power up. I opened it and it turns out that if I take out the fuse then put it back in it powers up, but when I turn the power off then on again it doesn't want to turn on. Fuse works fine, connection is troublesome. My question: is there a way to work around this??

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