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Asko diswasher 1485 - no lites, still has power -will not turn on... is there a reset???

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No reset but at the circuit breaker... there are two fuses in the back where the power cord goes into the machine... there is also a thremo fuse that in the the back it is black rubber in the center...let me know if it helps

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