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You can try unplugging , wait a few minutes , and plugging back in . If that doesn't work , then the main control board , located on the back of the refrig ( behind an 8 " X 10 " panel ) , was damaged by the power surge , and needs to be replaced .
The problem is associated with the power supply that cannot run under load. The showing of picture for a brief period of time indicates that the main board, ballast, inverter and panel drive are all OK. The unit turns on but the power supply cannot sustain the power requirement of the unit and shuts down. The usual culprit on the power supply are blown or bad capacitors. Check the power supply for such capacitors. If no apparent damage or defect is found, replace the power supply.
If you mean "battery power" icon...you need to go into the "Control Panel" via the "Start"button on the lower left of your screen and adjust your "Power Options" settings in the "Advanced" tab to "always show icon on the desktop". Windows defaults to not showing this icon. You need to do it manually as described above. Once done, it stays that way.
if panel not showing any thing most likelly you have a bad panel try to top on it to see if you get any thing to come on but if not let me know and i will look at my wiring diagrams to try to give you some advise, just tell me if you have a digital type a/c controler? thank you and good luck