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Unplug the power to the system completely.
Locate the mains voltage selector switch and toggle it from 110 to 220 and back a fiew times. BE SURE ITS SET BACK!
This has been known to reset a power supply that is in SHOCK.
If this does not work or you cannot find the red selector switch. then leave it unplugged for a while and check that there is nothing shorting the power supply.
Also let me know if it is able to DO ANYTHING like lights or if it looks to be trying to start and where it dies.
Posted on May 02, 2008
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