Man I think i have the same problem....
i push the power button but immediatly the LED turns off. I cheked the fuse but thats not the problem. Please if you solve your problem let me know...
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Ok, here is my little spin on remote controls. Sometimes they can be overloaded with commands and lock up the processor that is inside the unit. The remote can be saved. 1.Remove the batteries and press every button on the remote control and then install new, not the batteries you took out, but new batteries and see if that works. 2.If step one does not work, then you can remove the batteries and unfold a small paper clip and bend it into a U shape and use it to touch the contacts on both ends of the battery contacts together and clear the memory. 3.Test the remote control, if you have a camcorder or a digital camera, and a cell phone will work. Point the remote at the device and press any button, you should be able to see the IR (Infrared LED) lighting up on the display. If after all of these procedures are followed and you still do not have command of the device that you need to control. You still have more options. Either replace the remote control with a new or compatible one, I use 1-800-remotes, www.remotes.com. Or have the device that you are trying to control diagnosed by a technician and see if the remote IR receiver in the unit has gone bad. I hope that this helps you with your remote issues and as always, Thank you for using FixYa. asnowman
doubt that reset will fix your problem---but here it is if you want to try:
hold down the cd button and press the power button [at the same time]
test will [should] appear on screen for about 5 seconds--you need to unplug the set during this 5 second period. this resets the cpu chip.
hope it helps solve your problem.
When power was intermittant, were there any other discrepencies or audible power deprivation to the speakers?
Your problem has many possibilites from fuses to major amplifier problems to common power supply failures. Being intermittant then dead may still be a simple fix, but not without some physical intervention of test gear.