BTW, it’s not just that the p20 screen is off, the unit is also not powering any components. The standby button is on. It clicks after a few seconds when switching on the power in the back. So it’s doing something.
It was being used in 20A mode. I’m using 15A. The guy forgot to do a factory reset. Could that be a cause? Is there a way to do a factory reset without the screen working?
Paul, pressing the blue standby button whether the unit is on or off doesn’t make any difference. It clicks in and out, so I don’t think it’s stuck.
Pressing the remote’s DIM button doesn’t seem to do anything. Remote is working— the light on the remote flickers.
I used my multimeter to check the fuse. The fuse is fine.
The RESET buttons in the back seem to be loose when you press them, so that’s good I believe.
It’s still under warranty and the guy who sold it swears it was working right before he packed it. What else could it be?
BTW an almost exact thing happened with a p15 a few weeks ago, except there the standby button wasn’t even coming on. I sent it back. How can these things be so sensitive to shipping? I have PSA DAC and PW SACD transport also and they haven’t given any trouble.