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Cabinet is warm....where is the fuse located?

Recently purchased this freezer,,,,CFD-1R

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Http://www.ascendmfg.com/PDFs/CT/CFD-1R,CFD-2R,%20CFD-3R.pdf
http://www.ascendmfg.com/PDFs/CT/CFD-1F,%20CFD-2F,%20CFD-3F.pdf

check both of these. they are the wiring diagrams that show where the fuses are in the circuit.

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