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Fedders won't turn on

Touch pad will not respond will not turn on. power supply good 124 volts

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  • jenn fisher May 15, 2013

    i have the same problem, changed the fuse, still wont turn on but beeps when plugged in

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You probably blew the fuse behind the control panel. remove the front cover and then remove the control panel (usually a few screws). There should be a glass fuse attached to the circuit board. If its blown then just replace it and you're good to go.

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