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Timer light blinking and still nothing

I have the same issue as 4 others on here...with the timer light goin on and off and yet we cant turn the dang thing on. Is there a solution for it?

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There are several caps on the power supply that fail on this unit causing this problem. To get to this power supply is a major disassembly and you will need a qualifed tech to do this. The main two caps are the 3300 uf caps.

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