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It figures. My 4600 has been working perfectly, and I was watching it last night. Now nothing. It will not power up, no LCD display, fuses all OK, tried another remote, and power cord. The only thing I see is that if I leave it sit in the off position, the the lights in the room will flicker when I hit the toggle switch, (normal), but still no go. Any ideas? :confused:

Thanks, Don
 

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Open the cover and see if at least one or more lights are on on the CPU board.


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Don,


Just a stab in the dark, but try to enter "900
Code:
". The system could have gotten into the "Quiet" mode which tells it to ignore any remote commands.


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Thanks guys. No lights on at all Curt, and Ray I did try a 900 code. Good idea though. Thanks, Don
 

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Man! Of all the days of the year! Feel for you.:mad:
 

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The timing is perfect. Now I have a projector that wants to show me who wears the pants in the house. Great! Don
 

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Yeah,


It's always a bummer to have a broken pj but.. you can go to a bar and still see the superbowl on a big screen. In my area there is a bar that advertized a 12 foot by 9 foot screen.


-Brian
 

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I was on my way to the bar, but realized that my RCA direct view has been sitting downstairs shoved in a corner. Pulled that into the middle of the room. Not Hi Def, but it looks OK. Of course a castor on the stand broke, (had spares so I got to change a tire on my TV), and can't get the S video input to work, but I have a picture & a beer, so I am happy. Love this hobbie, Happy Superbowl, Don
 
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