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No power to unit

We have been having problems with the water leaking...probably a bad gasket. i'm thinking that it shut down because something important got wet. this morning i have no power to the machine. i have moved it to another outlet that i know is working and still no power. is there a reset button?

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Re: no power to unit


If you had a leaking on this type of machine the water will go down to the power switch.

You can take of the top and check the fuse on the printed circuit card, in worst case you have to replace the printed circuit card.

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