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XP5000 amber LED's are not switching off after powering up.

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This is an indication that the startup checks have failed. This usually occurs when the outputs are bad. Without seeing the unit and taking internal measurements, I can't really give you more specifics. I'd bring this to a service shop for a repair estimate. Report the results here and we should be able to walk you through the actual repair.

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