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No Power.Model # DP02CD

Hi,I took cover off unit i see the fuse have a lump in the middle of it is this normal for a 250V fuse?

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First check the power supply for bulging capacitors,and burned componants,these units stay on,even thogh you power the unit off,,unplug when not using
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Replace your fuse

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