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This is common go behind the unit and remove the small access panel that covers the main board. You will see this board and fuse....unplug the unit and get a jumper wire or alligator clips to jumper across the fuse and then plug it in. Likely it will work fine. If so you can solder in a new fuse or replace the board if you can not solder your own in. Also the fuse will likely look good but it is not.
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Did you bypass the fuse?
Get a jumper wire and connect both ends of the fuse or a small alligator clip jumper will work...99% it will power right up
So you physically bypassed it correct and if it still does not work and is totally dead with 120 volts to the unit replace that board, those do go bad for that issue often as well.