Hi I service these machines all over the western pa area.
theres a thermal fuse and a sensor transistor located right under the bottom read rubber heat roller.
the transistor goes bad the machine overheats, and the thermal fuse blows.
unplug the machine, remove both side covers, remove the screws so the back grey cover can fold down.
from behind you can see a metal block under the bottom red heat roller.
follow the 2 heavy wires that go to that big metal extrusion.
trace the 2 heavy wires, and jump out bypass the thermal fuse.
now plug in the machine it should power up.
the other possiblity is a bad main switch. but almost all no power machines are from a blown thermal fuse.
if thats the case you will have to replace the transistor on the heat temp board, and the thermal fuse
bob haller service and sales pittsburgh pa 412 366 4906