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If the unit has no power whatsoever then it's likely an internal fuse in the power supply section has blown. It could have gone for a verity of reasons, replacement might cure the problem, but if it blows again or straight away then there is a more serious problem.
If it's not starting at all but turns over listen to it. As it turns does it sound faster than normal like it has no resistance. Of this is the case its quite possible theres no compression which means serious trouble. Could be anything from timing chain/belt to a broken pin holding the timing gear in place or even more serious bent valves etc. etc. If this is not the case it could be as simple as bad spark plugs and wires. That is where I would start if I was sure there was compression as it's the least expensive place to begin and often a cause of many things.
Wow thats a serious system you have there.God help the neighbours!Anyway here is an example.you need a pretty serious speaker.At 8ohms,you would need something like a 8ohm 450watt speaker system.Anything smaller will stress your amp if you turn it up.The amp would kill smaller speakers or the amp internals(channels)at higher volume.It would be like hooking up a garden hose to a fire hydrant.Something would have to give.hope this helps and happy listening
Listen ,if this is the case dont plug anything into your unit unless you can distinguish the PSU's correct characteristics for your make and model--you risk serious damage if the substitute PSU is not correct ---bear in mind universal PSU's come with a myriad of connectors that have to be connected the correct way --again falure to do so will result in serious damage,even risk of injury to yourself.
well this is a very serious problem it could be caused by age or by draning the battery a couple of times plug it in ti ur computer and see if the program recognizes it if not then u are srewed if it does refrsh ur zune by rasing everything and then putting everything back. or try pressing back and up of the pad