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Flashing Power Light

I have moved my surround sound system and now when I plug the power cable, the standby/power light is just flashing and nothing else happens. Hope you can help.

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Your surround sound system seem like having dry solder joint at PCB . one thing you can do is to open up the back cover first looks for dry solder joint ( if you can find ).if not just re-solder those solder looks very thin.it may help.

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