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Teac DVD L700 Power Supply

I have just moved my surround sound system and now the power light is just flashing. Any one any ideas on why I cant switch it on? Seems like it has gone on lock out. Thanks

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  • Claire Littler Aug 03, 2007

    Thanks for the above advice but have tried the power cable and have also tried a different socket.

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Unfortunately there is no information available online about this model and this fault. The flashing power light will almost certainly indicate clearly what the problem is - the only way to get a manual to find out the error appears to be to contact TEAC direct on; http://www.teac.com/consumer_electronics/CustomerService.html If you need help once you have the manual, please ask again :)

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The only thing I can tell you is to check the cable if its plugged in correctly... wierd! might be electricity problem to where you moved it. Did you hit it while you were moving it?

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