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What cuts out? Does the engine completely die or does it just stumble a bit?

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This is a thermal cut-out device, rather than a thermostat. A thermostat regulates temperature while a TCO is an emergency cut-out, similar to a fuse but activating at high temperature. Specifications are as follows:

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