Good morning, Short Version (More detailed version below) Problem: Icom 706MKiiG will not turn on. Steps Taken So Far: Verified that power cord works on my spare 706mkiig Verified that the control head works on my spare 706mkiig Tried working control head on dead radio Opened case and verified fuse is good and voltage making it past fuse Checked underneath PLL board for corrosion and cut trace(s) - Corrosion present, traces OK however Detailed Version: I've had an Icom 706MKiiG in my truck for the past 8 years or so. I haven't used it in the past couple of years, but it's still been there mounted safely under the rear seat with the remote cable running to the control head under the center of the dash. To make a long story short, I recently got a new truck and removed all my radio equipment and personal belongings out of my old truck yesterday. The reason I hadn't used the 706 in a long time was because a ground issue was keeping the radio from operating correctly. (Worked fine on RX, but the minute you tried to transmit i.e. draw more amperage.. the radio would freak out and lock up requiring you to remove the power cord and reset it.) I never got around to running a ground wire directly to the battery, just stopped using the radio. Yesterday afternoon when I got home, I put the radio on my bench to check it out and noticed that it will no longer power up at all. No sound of any relays, no nothing. Dead in the water. Now, I have another 706mk2g and I hooked it up using this same power cord and it works perfectly. I also removed the control head from the radio in question and it works fine on the other mk2g, so we can probably rule out problems with the control head. I opened the case, and I am getting 13.8v past the fuse, so it's good, but the radio still isn't turning on or even trying to. I've read multiple instances of the rubber insulators under the pll board eating away at the pll board to the point of chewing up a trace. I checked that yesterday and the traces are good. Verified with a magnifying lens and a multimeter. Not sure where else I can check and there doesn't seem to be a lot of folks working on the mk2g anymore as it is getting older. I'm hoping someone has some common areas for me to check and can help me get this rig back up and running. Thanks.