# Unit will not come on. - Amcor 3900 GPS Receiver

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Check For Fuse look carefuly on the back off the unit for reset or fuse panel, Power lost and static damage Unit need to be reset and innitiate to the correct Satellite for instruction Request...

Posted on Sep 29, 2010

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