jsimondsmalamud wrote:no blinking. Just a flat busy light. The set does take componnent, do you think S Video is the problem?
No, I think its a power/voltage issue I think. Does the busy light ever go off or blink?
Sorry to keep asking, but its important. The front power light (green in color, right next to the power button) is not on, right? The onlyl thing you see is a solid busy light?
You can try component, incase the unit is in some different mode, but since you have no power light and and the busy light stays on, but I think it's broken.
Do you have a volt meter? If so, are you up for some internal troubleshooting? If so, let me know and I can walk you though opening it up and probing some test points that will tell us a lot.
This post may help you too.
http://forums.rokulabs.com/viewtopic.ph ... &start=273
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