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How do I reset the timer

My fridge is blowing the electrical fuse. It goes after I turn the red knob about 20 clicks for about 6 hours then blows the fuse again. can you help please, I recall having a similar problem some years ago and the technician told me to turn it a specific number of times to reset it.


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Problem likley to be defrost heater, the timer energises defrost heater every 6 to 12 hours depending on timer model ,replace defrost heater....this will solve your problem...

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