The issue is you are getting a power failure message. This would have nothing to do with the start button. It has to do with the control board breaking down. Once the board is warm, the relay is holding and the unit is working. If the start button turns on the unit, then a power failure, and it shuts off, it is not the start button, but is the touch board of the unit.
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