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Thanks...that is what I figured. Ok, one last question and I will accept the answer because I appreciate your time...just never have used this so I will wait till i here back so I don't lose this link to you after accepting.
Plan of action then is:
1. check to see if fuse is good
2. if it is, then board is bad and cannot be replaced but can be rebuilt (are they pretty fast?...days/weeks/months?)
3. if it is bad, place to start is with a replacement fuse...is that readily available to order somewhere (source and p/n?).
Thanks so much for giving me hope that I may not have to replace teh whole unit...I will "accept" once I hear back from you as I do appreciate your time.
Thanks...hopefully this works.