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I have a POOLTHERM P-Series heat pump for the swimming pool and the display unit is displaying everything. I cant get it to do anything. Its like its frozen. Do you have any suggestions as to what the problem might be and how I could fix it? I have tried turning it off and on again and given it time to reset but that doesnt do anything.

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