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Completely dead When I connect the power cord and flip the power switch, there is not activity at all. No lights, no fans, no projection, nothing. I have tried pressing the "restart" button, however the manual doesn't describe the "restart" process much at all. Will I need to have the unit professionally serviced?

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You can open it up and see if the fuse inside is blown

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