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I can not get my recorder to work when I plug it in it dose not come on. I lost power a couple of times when I was at work now it will not come on. where can I get it fixed

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Check the in line fuse...If you remove the unit cover the inline fuse sits right behind the plug socket...If the fuse is okay, then you will need to replace these two capacitors on the same power circuit board...One is at location C19, 3300uf, 10 volt, and c23, 1000uf, 10volt...


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