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I have found that most wires that overheat were caused by a loose connection. Wheather is was at the terminal screw or a bad solder joint on the circuit board. When there is enough heat to "bake" a wire, it most likely damaged the board as well. Check the traces on the back of the circuit board.
When you have a connection that is loose and "making & breaking" you are most likely to find carbon build up on the wire/ connector itself and it needs to be cleaned if not replaced.
Or keep it simple & replace the circuit board. Good luck
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
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