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No Power Hi, I have a Sotec 3120 and recently it just won't power up. At first I thought it was the adapter, but I purchased a new one and it still won't power up or charge the battery. Could you please let me know why this is. Thanks.

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First things first:
1) You maybe fried the onboard for Sotec 3120, using anothe Power Adapter that may have diffrent AMP. but same DC.
2) you can RMS your product, for a new one, if warranty apply **
3) Consult the manual for other way to power up your device at this point.

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