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My two fridges in my garage lost power I tried checking the

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My two fridges in my garage lost power I tried checking the circuit box and the fuse isn't blown. What else could it be?
JA: Thanks. Can you give me any more details about your issue?
Customer: We have a double door fridge and a freezer plugged in. There's two sockets in the garage. I tried pressing the reset button..still no power
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Submitted: 10 months ago.
Category: Electrical
Expert:  Eddie replied 10 months ago.

Hello my name is ***** ***** am a Home Improvement Contractor with a vast array of knowledge in many fields including repairs done in a span of 38 years. I can help you with your difficulties but I will need some information and I will ask you questions that I will need specific answers for. I am asking you to help me, help you. So if I can ask you to take the time and answer, to the best of your knowledge. I am not there, on site, and it is that much more difficult for me, or anyone for that matter, to diagnose what the problem could be. That way, with your help, finding out what is right with it, is a step to eliminate what is wrong with it ......sometimes it may be one of a hundred things but together with your patience we can work toward a goal to get this issue resolved.

1-) was there a power outage?

2-) are you able to do some simple tests and harder ones if necessary ?

We can start here and with the info you provide I will add steps toward our target as we proceed by our correspondence

If by some reason a resolution to the problem just isn't possible, I will do my best to supply you with any remaining options, from what other resources I can find.

And thank you for your help and assistance

eddie

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