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First things first- check the main power fuse; remove the 9 silver screws from the back of the unit, slide off the rear cover, and look at the main board right next to the power cord connection. There's a small, 6.3 amp fuse. Take a look at it; if it's blown... replace it.
Posted on Nov 22, 2009
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