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Power cord will not make a connection does not light up

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I'm sorry, but I don't service home model appliances.... only commercial models, so I would have to guess why...? Possibly the cord is bad, or the electric elements could be burnt up....It could be a thermostat....There's so many things it could be that to guess would be silly? Do you have a repair place anywhere close to where you live, or post on Craigs list for repair services....Maybe you could take your unit into a store where they have similiar models and just use their plug for a second, to see if that's what it is or something else....I'm sorry I can't be more helpful, but I'm just not familiar with that brand or home models in general....
Susan
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Cincinnati, Ohio

Posted on Nov 26, 2011

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