I have reset the breaker and there is NO change. The unit still does not turn on.
No lights, no beeps, nothing at all.
Thank you. So, here is the scoop with this unit. Everything is under the very expensive glass top ($742.75, pictured below). The entire unit will need to be removed from the counter top and the entire top assembly removed to access a fuse I believe has opened, shown as number 13 in the diagram below. This is a pretty expensive fuse, running about $55. So, knowing everything involved and the potential for disaster with the nearly $750 glass top, I would strongly suggest you pay to have a servicer assume that liability and replace that fuse. However, if you prefer, I am happy to link you to the fuse and prepare disassembly instructions for you. Just let me know how you would like to proceed and we can make a plan.This is the breakdown showing the top parts above where you need to get to replace the fuse.
I think I will have a service person come and look into it.
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