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Wont restart after power surge & verifying power supply restored

Used in office kitchen. experienced power surge in building that caused problems with other equipment. GFI checked, circuit breakers checked; electricity to machine is restored but machine will not start. cannot run diagnostics in user manual. is there a reset on the machine?

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The control board may have been damaged by the power surge. You should install a surge protection device on the incoming power line, thereby protecting everything in the home from damage.

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Posted on Nov 17, 2009

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