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Haier HWR06XC6 -- Needs fuse?

My unit acts as if no power is reaching it.
I've tested the outlet by plugging something else in and it works. I will confess that I've used an extension cord and an adapter since I bought the unit a few years ago (even though the instructions say not to). But, since it has always worked until now, I don't think that's the problem.
I live in a mild climate where it only gets hot a few weeks out of the year, so I haven't used it that much.
A co-worker suggested the unit may need a new fuse, but I have no idea where the fuse panel is, and did not see this in the instructions.
Thanks in advance for any input. I want to avoid buying a brand new unit.

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  • sparklewave Jul 12, 2008

    Even though the extension cord was not the problem, it helped me find the reset switch on the cord, and THAT turned out to be all there was to it! :) The button was white, so I didn't notice it at first.

    Thanks for your help.

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The Haiers have inbuilt protection, but they are not "user" serviceable parts.
Tell you what though, did you try a new extension cord?

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