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Sharp microsystem model: xl UH 27D Press power and although it turns on will not go into standby mode (blinking obnoxious blue light under volume dial) and power will not stay on but for a moment then shuts off. The red "timer" light is on and although I have managed to get the clock to the right hour, I just can't term this damn new stereo on and am ready to chuck it out the window!~THANK YOU whomever you are!!!

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  • Kalambrocha Mar 09, 2008

    This is not a solution.

  • Kalambrocha Mar 09, 2008

    Thanks, if I had the manual or it was on-line (other models are but not this one) I wouldn't be looking for solutions here.

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THats very strange! I couldn't even find the product anywhere. Please check the model number once again i think its XL-UH270

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Hey, well it sounds odd for a brand new stereo.

Have you consulted the manual? I supose one came with it.
I cant find a manual to it online so I hope you can look it on your own.

If you cant find any help from the manual and the device still doesnt work.

Well Try calling someone close to you to give you a hand maybe someone with some technical experience.

Or you can take it back to the shop.

be more spesific if you want more help from me, anyways good luck!

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When the problem occur?

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HELLO SIR

Posted on Mar 09, 2008

  • dewan nafees ahmed Mar 09, 2008

    SIR

    PLEASE PERFORM A HARD RESET

    WHEN EVER GETTING A SOLUTION BE PATIENT SIR

    THIS PATIENCE WILL HELP YOU SOLVE THE PROBLEM WITH EASE

    THANK YOU SIR

    GOOD LUCK

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  • dewan nafees ahmed Mar 09, 2008

    SIR WITH OUT YOUR COMMENT WE CANT FURTEHR ASSIST YOU

    SO PLEASE BE RESPONSIVE

    THANK YOU FOR PATIENCE SIR

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