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Bunn ICB-DV Infusion brewer does not power up

The brewer stopped coming on. I have checked all wiring and do not see any faults. Is there a way to test the electronics? Is there a way to test any other links? I did not find an fuses.
The brewer -Serial ICB001078 - part code 36600.0100 is about 6 years old.
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If you go to, you can download the manual for your brewer in pdf form. These manuals explain how to test each electrical part of the brewer.

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