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I understand from the tag on the appliance door that a fuse may be blown. where is the fuse located? How can I get a manual?
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The main fuse is located on the blower box it is white,the thermo fuse(heater box fuse) is located at the top of the heater box,if you have a meter you can check it on the omns setting-mike

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    remove the back panel to get to them-mike

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