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Newly installed g inverter GA25VA not starting up ? Help

Was working fine........now wont power up, not used for a month. My wife has a fitness class in the morning in the said room HELP

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Check that you have power reaching the unit, you may have tripped out on the main distribution board of the house.

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I had one that worked for about 6 months.

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