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Bad connection Hi, I have this recorder and it was plugged up to a power supply that was over the present voltage for it. Now it will not come on or do anything. Can you tell me what maybe wrong with it? Email me with a response to Thanks.

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Have you checked the power supply for a fuse to it, should have a in-line fuse in it good luck if it didn't get burnt out.

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