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WILL NOT POWER UP

THE UNIT IS GETTING POWER AS THE LIGHT IS ON BUT WILL NOT POWER ON. CHECKED THE BREAKERS AND ALL OK. I THINK IT MAY BE A THERMAL FUSE BUT LOOKING INSIDE IT LOOKS LIKE THERE MAY BE 3 FUSES. HOW DO I KNOW WHICH ONE IS BAD AND WHICH ONE IS THE THERMAL FUSE.
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  • Anonymous Dec 15, 2008

    I have the same identical problem. Will the a bad thermal fuse keep the unit from powering up?

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You have an issue with the control board and it will need to be addressed by a qualified LG technician.

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