Question about Refrigerators
Leaving it unplugged for 2 weeks should not have caused any problems. The fridge may have been on a defrost cycle. As the unit is unlikely to have had any frost, it should have started refrigerating about 15 to 25 minutes after plugging it in.
Posted on Apr 09, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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I have the exact same problem with mine. I was away for 3 months, left it running. Came back and no display. Unplugged it & restarted it and it worked for a little while and went out again.
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