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We had a power blink yesterday that caused my neighbors unit listed above to start and run. They were not at home. I'm home on covid leave and since we're out in the country I text him to tell him the generator was running and had been for about an hour. I rode their power line from the road to their house. There were no lines down, no line fuses were tripped. We are on the same line and I had power so I text him and asked if it was a normal exercise day and he replied no and asked that I switch the unit off then back to auto which I did. When I switched the unit back to auto it did not restart. Is there a fuse in this system that could be blown that senses the restoration of utility power that the unit did not shut down while in auto mode?