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You need to check the main circuit breaker in the house and make sure it is not tripped.
the check the main wiring harness connected to the back and insure all your wires are conneced properly.if you have had any kind of power surge the your main control board may have suffered a fatal short.you need to look at the control board and look for any discoloration on the boards circuits.

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