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Blown fuse? i have a quiet zone - power does not seem to be getting to the unit after seeing a flashing '90' in the display screen. my best guess is that it's a blown fuse in the unit? any ideas how to proceed would be appreciated.

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Is the display still showing anything? If the display is blank check outlet for power? If you have trip the circuit breaker, unplug the unit before you reset it. Set the controls to off. When the power is back on Trying running the fan first, then try the AC. The flashing may just be a max temperature reading.

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