Some of you may have read my previous thread in which I blew the power supplies in both of my L3s's. With everyone's help and the educated guess of the tech at Yorkville, it was determined the most likely cause was going from extreme cold to warm and then being powered up, the condensation blew the power supplies.
So fast forward I got one of them back from repair, and it worked fine for 4 gigs. At the last gig we set everything up and then powered up the system and the repaired L3s was power cycling about every 3 seconds it would turn off and then turn on and so on. I tried unplugging it, going into a different outlet, taking it offline from the L6 link setup. Everything I could think of. We went ahead and did the gig with 1 L3s. So last night I powered it up at home to see if it was still doing it. Left it on all night. No problem... no cycling.
Does anyone have any idea what could have caused this or what I could do to remedy the problem if it happens again? The fact that it's working now indicates that there can't be too much wrong with it. Instead of trying to think of a thousand things to try, it would be good to know the 1 thing to actually do.