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Power I have a P60101EB we plugged it in in the garage and it worked fine. we took it inside plugged it in and got no power. i checked all my GFCI's in the house and none were tripped. could this be a fuse related problem? if so is there a power fuse?

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There is a fuse,if you have a ptk169 chassis,the fuse is behind the plug,if its a ptk 195,after removing the back cover,the fuse is close to the cord were it contacts the board, its a 5 amp fuse in both chassis's ,make sure the set is unpluged before removing the cover.

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