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Did you check all connections? All audio settings? If yes and it didn't help I think better will be call to specialist in this field. I recently bought new home cinema Ugee 1910B and it works perfect. Quality of video and sound is great.
After researching that model I can tell you that it has an intergrated internal power supply(transformer) which does contain a fuse. It is located where your power cord plugs into, inside the unit, start with that. Was it plugged into a surge protector? When you had the power failure the second time was there a fluctuation of power, ie your lights in your house flickering on or off or increasing, decreasing in brightness? This will help me determine if it's something else. Also be sure to check your power cord, look for any kinks, breaks, chips in insulation. Anyway Good Luck
The amp has 7 LED's in total 4 whiteLED's provide back lighting
the bi-colour LED white/ amber is the power/standby indicator (amber when amp is in standby mode)
The two red LED's are on the Phono Board and form part of the phono amplification circuit.( D1 & D2)They are NOT fault indicators and should be lit during normal operation.
firstly check your power cable by moving the wire in various directions while it is plugged in ac outlet and powered on, if it lit up the standby power LED then the prob lies on the power cable. If not, try opening the speaker system box itself (be sure to unplugged the power cable before opening the box), then visually check inside for the little cylindrical glass type tube(if the circuitry still uses this kind of fuse) if it is burnt-out. Hope this help pal...
Try disconnecting the plug form the motherboard. If the LED stays lit, you may have a problem with something you touched inside. But, if the LED does not come on at all with nothing connected, the power supply is dead. 300W should be enough to run your computer, unless you have multiple graphics processors or too many peripherals, but just upgrading memory shouldn't make a difference. Make sure the memory is seated correctly, maybe try taking them out and putting back in, or check to see if maybe you loosened something inside while you were in there.
that remote wire has to be hooked up to the power or the radio power antenna wire which will switch the remote wire on when the radio is turned on, so that remote wire really should be hooked to the radio wire that gets power when the radio is turned on , thats why the sub is not turning on
Another post reported replacing the power cord. I am trying to determine if this is a factory defect. Check the power at the power cord connections inside the dryer. You could have lost power on one leg and the other 120 volt leg is letting the light work. Let me know what the model and serial number is. InMrFixIt
I just got one of these units, the SONY SS-WG990.
The RCA cable is direct conection to the speaker.
It requires external AMP.
The other cable is just for the system switch and LED.
If you just have this unit, all you need is an AMP to
check the power cables on the amp and the inputs.isome time when ground cable disconnect the lioghts will light up any way. depending on the way ur vehicle is ground ed .toyota chssis r usually posite un like the norm which is neg.rating please