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Unit will not power on

We had a power surge at our house which killed several appliances, including this window a/c. Is there a fuse in the unit or something else that might have been fried? Should I chuck it out and buy new? Thanks

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Look for a reset button on the plug.

Posted on Aug 16, 2007

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