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ENSONIQ ASR-10 NOT BOOTING - Audio & Video Receivers

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  • esteban873 Aug 15, 2008

    I have the same problem. I turn on the power on and all the lights turn on but doesn't load. Only sometimes which is rarely. IF you know whats going on email me at cute_steven87@Yahoo.com

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I know this is old but it is most likely, a blown fuse or two. this is caised by cold solder jionts on the power supply as well as the main board, analog board, and/or the display board. the actual fuse will dictate which board. just to be safe, all may need a reflow.
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