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Re: Why is my heater not doing anything when I plug it in
There are a few reasons this could be happening. The most common reason is that the heater is not plugged into an outlet that is providing power.
Check to make sure the water is plugged into a working outlet and that the outlet has power. If the outlet has power, reset the breaker or GFCI.
If the heater is plugged into a working outlet with power and the breaker or GFCI is reset, check the cord for any fraying or
If the cord appears to be damaged, do not use the heater and contact customer service.
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cooling temperature of freezing is damaged and also damaged heater machine which keep in deep freeze but controller point keep in normal side,you must be repair that problem as soon as possible otherwise full freezing system get damaged.
As for the red light on the motherboard, thats just there to let you know that the power cord is plugged in and the PSU switch is ON. (It is in the manual somewhere, just in small type)
When you press the power button, does anything happen? Do the fans spin for a second then stop? Do you get any POST codes? Have you tried with the board out of the case and only the video card/RAM/CPU plugged in?
Unless you are hearing beeps from the PC-speaker there should be no real danger i recon.
Refer to this guide if you are hearing beeps and take the nesessary measures: http://brebru.com/beepcodes.html
Does the heater have a code displayed? Are any other lights lit on the display? If not you may have a blown fuse. Have turned the power button off and back on? After the heater shuts itself down you have to turn the power button off and back on to get it to do anything. If this doesn\'t help, let me know and give me some more details and I can help you out.
Yeah the only way to fix that is to manual restore but you will lose all your stuff.
1. Unplug then plug back in
2. Make sure the light is red
3. Hold the button down until you hear two beeps ( not straight after eachother)
3. It should be on red then you hold it down until you only hear 1 beep.
If this doesn't work message me back and I'll look into it.