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Problem When unit is plugged into electricity and power switch is pushed,nothing happens.No light nor anything else.I checked the fuse which appears to be alright but replaced it anyway. May have taken a power surge due to lightning.Noy sure.No obvious damage visable.Any suggestions?

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  • Trutyj Mar 05, 2009

    I have the same problem, fuses are okay, power cord is al right. Nothing seems to be burned or damaged. Was working yesterday and now wouldn't respond and no display in the front of the system (where clock shows). Also the system doesn't respond when i press the eject buttons.


    Any ideas?

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If the AC power source (outlet) is ok and the line cord and fuse are ok but the unit is completely dead, you may have a problem with the internal switching power supply.

Locate the switching power supply and see if there is a fuse on its circuit board.

Completely dead units are typically caused by a failure in the power supply section.

Please let me know if I can be of further assistance to you.

Good luck!

- Jim

Posted on Mar 06, 2008

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