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What is the difference betewwen a make on break and make on rise pipe thermostat

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I want you to go to the truck and get a part as soon as i decide the part is bad and tell you. that is make on rise. you see that the part is broken and decide on your on to go get a new one as soon as you see it break that is make on break. the diffrence is the time that passed between my deciding i needed a part and your deciding the part was bad.

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