Just for fun - try the fuse first.
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I've never had a problem with my Storm III. From what you wrote, I assume it was working fine before it failed. It may help folks help you if you describe how do you have it connected and the other associated gear you're using it with. Have you tried it with other gear? Same result? How about a different connection (eg low level vs high?). How about the cable? Have you checked it for continuity?
I thought my Storm III amplifier was going bad and talked to Immedia, the REL importer, who were going to send a box and instructions for returning the amplifier. It turned out to be something else, but I would recommend talking to Immedia and see what they say. Bummer that it seems to be going out. I hate nothing more than to go out to listen to music and having to spend time trying to find out why something isn't working.
Thanks you all for your help. I tried everything suggested and more. I called Sumiko in Berkely, Ca.( is Immedia and Sumiko the same Co.?) and they said they would repair it....but made sure I knew they were doing me a big favor. After all I was not the original owner and did not have proof of purchase from an authorized Rel Dealer!... So I took it to Magnolia Hifi, I would rather give my money to a company that gives good service with a smile!