09-09-201706:36 AM - last edited on 09-13-201705:39 AM by ErinC
I have this machine, Just took it out of the Original box from a couple years storage, Hooked it all up and tried to power it up. Plugged it in Hit the power switch , it flashed up for maybe a min, ran through a couple things and then Powerd its self down, Tried unplugging it again and plugging it back in but no go. Anyone out there that can help with a diagnosis.
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Each of these steps represents a possible solution to this issue. Check thepowerstatus after you've completed each step.
Follow these troubleshooting steps to fix this issue:
Make sure to securely plug in thepowercord of your stereo system to an ACpoweroutlet.
If you have a surge protector, unplug it and plug thepowercord directly into the ACpoweroutlet.
Plug your stereo system into a different ACpoweroutlet to make sure there'snoproblem with the current ACpoweroutlet.
If your stereo system has a voltage switch on the rear of the unit, make sure the switch is set to the correct voltage for your area.
Note:Some stereo systems have a 110 to 220 voltage switch on the rear of the unit, where the default setting is 220V. Verify that this switch is set to 110V.
Press and hold thePOWERbutton.
While pressing thePOWERbutton, unplug thepowercord from the ACpoweroutlet.
Plug thepowercord back into the ACpoweroutlet, and try topoweron the system.
Make sure that nothing blocks the ventilation holes on the rear of your stereo system, and that it's in a location with adequate ventilation.
Note:When the volume is set at a high level for more than three hours, unplug thepowercord for one to two hours to reset any output generators inside the unit. This will avoid the system to overheat and will prevent damage to the unit.
If applicable to your model, reset the stereo system.