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Stat thanks. I took the two screws out of the temp setting knob and pulled that out. There were two wires connected to it that had ends on them that slid onto the temp setting device. when I pulled one off and touched the end I got a little shock. Is that not the thermostat?

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  • jdodaro Sep 08, 2008

    Maybe this is just beyond me but when I removed the housing where the temp knob was connected, it had two wires attached to it. Both had connectors on the end that slid onto the part. I pulled those two off. Are those the two wires that I should cross? Since they have the ends on them, I don't see how I can connect them together without having to cut the ends off and strip off some of the insulation.



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Yes that is the 2 connectors to join together. if the connectors are not insulated, just tape them together or if an insulated type, use something like a paper clip pushed into each

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Always disconnect from mains when you do that sort of thing.
disconnect from mains, short the two wires together - just tape them together - and see if cooling starts

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