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Hi Robotek,
Apologies for my late reply.
I replaced the plug fuse and still no power at all. I have removed the top outer casing and there is a bit of blacking above where the cooling fins are located. I am loathe to start stripping down further as there is quite a lot crammed into this casing. I just wondered if there is an obvious place I can look, or is it blown for good? Also, I'm quite happy to take it to a repair specialist (live in Spain) but don't want to be faced with a huge bill if it's cheaper to buy something else. P.S. I don't use this with it's other units. I just use it in line with my TV, DVD and speakers as an amp. Jayne

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Hi Jayne

Be sure you unlug the amp before you do anything :) If you can get the lid off, perhapd you can check to see if there are any blown fuses. See what you can find and report back to me here if you like:- )


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