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Left Door open now it wont power up

I left the door open on my Subzero 650. When i returned, all of the poer to the fridge was off


How do I reset it to start up again

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You can un plug it for 30 minutes to an hour and plug it back.

hope it would run normally.

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Posted on Sep 27, 2008

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