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No power Unit was working fine, daugther said it sounded like a burnt light bulb and power went off, after I unplugged the unit I waited 30 seconds all green LED's on circuit boards turn on, 1 lights up bright green and all of them turn off, I checked the fuse looks good no other visible burns or damage

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Check out the regulators and horizontal output first, Then capacitors in the power supply. It could be a few things but those are first to check. If you would like I can send you a link where to purchase the service manual.
Keep me updated.
Thanks,
Lee

Posted on Jun 23, 2008

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