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Cinego wont power on

We recently had a power outage and we unplugged the cinego from the wall. When the power came back on we plugged it in and now it will not power on. The sound system as well as directv work, just the unit won't. Any suggestions?

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  • happyo Aug 07, 2008

    had'nt used projector for quite some time,because lamp needed replacing. Just replaced lamp and unit won't power on

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