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Hello- I recently purchased an Onkyo TX 2000 (170 watt/60hz/120 volt) from a garage sale (I should've tested it there but didn't). I plugged it in at home and got no power lights at all. Checked all fuses internally but all are ok. Any suggestions? Thanks a lot!!

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