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Old 04-16-2015, 03:23 PM   #1
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Progressive Industries 30 amp

I have a Progressive Industries 30 amp plug in surge protector. I have gotten an E-8 Line Frequency Low (line frequency below 51 cycles per Second) error and cannot get it to clear.

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Send Progressive Industries a call or email. They will help you with a friendly answer hat you can trust. Very good folks to work with.

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x2 on the Progressive industries call. They are very helpful.
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I will try them tomorrow.

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