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Ok, worked fine. Put it away. Next week went to start and zero power. Switched outlets, checked fuse. No luck. Replaced control unit. Still no power! Any ideas? It’s the 820.
 

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Ok, worked fine. Put it away. Next week went to start and zero power. Switched outlets, checked fuse. No luck. Replaced control unit. Still no power! Any ideas? It’s the 820.
take the fuse out of the controller and get a better a look at it. Sometimes it is hard to see when it is on the socket.
 
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I agree. Especially with 52 y/o eyes! I did. The first one was good. So I bought a new control unit to make sure.
 

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