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Thread: 3T nano not powering up

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    3T nano not powering up

    Hi,

    my 3T nano box won't power on.

    I have tried a spare power lead but it still won't come on.

    Is there a fuse inside the box that might be blown or is it a busted flush?

    Thanks
    Shane

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    Is your power supply strong enough as what is the old one rated at and the new one.

    Does it power on with sat cables removed and/hdd unplugged.

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    Thanks for the reply.

    The power supply is the same as the old one. Even tried a spare I have but the box will not power up.

    I'll try removing the sat cables and unplug the hdd. Hopefully this will help...

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    Hi CU CHULAINN THE BRAVE
    Did you solve your problem?
    1). My box, which has worked great for 5 years or so, just refused to start after a power cut. Nothing lights up on the receivers screen. I checked the power supply and it reads 12v. Disconnected hhd - still nothing, The box is dead! Does anyone have any suggestions please.
    2). Are there any working old boxes available - I can swap the hard disk to a new box easily.
    3). I am using a VIX image and pull satellite signals from 22.8E and 27.5W plus Internet feeds over LAN. Is there another cheap box for replacement and would that box take my hhd so I don't have to reconfigure.

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