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Problem did you figure out the solution? mine does the same.

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Unplug from wall outlet and wait for at least 5 minutes. Capacitor needs to discharge and then plug unit in. It should work then. It work for me. if it does not turn on.keep on trying it do it untill it will turn on and it will you will see.

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