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Totally dead system was and working fine, all of a sudden system shut down and is totally dead, will not even start up !! Casey

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Unplug the power from the back, take out the batteries, and push the power button for 5 to 6 seconds. Wait about a minute, then put the batteries back in and plug in the back

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