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Sounds like fan & limit control
If temp on limit reaches max temp what happens gas valve deenergized,as MTR continues to run begins to lower temp. Thus reenergizing valve
Check filters,MTR speed for heating
Sounds to me mtr. may be bad. If u have a meter & know how to use set meter to read ac volts next disconnect plug that goes into mtr. check to see if voltage is present if so bad mtr. i would even try to spin mtr see if it gets going but most likely need to replace
wiggle the connection at the blower mtr .make sure all the fuses are good even take a hammer and lightly tap blower mtr...If that doesnt help and power is present at blower mtr connection then blower mtr needs replaced
fan mtr needs to be replaced. If you locate the mtr under dash on the passenger side or under hood. then wiggle wire connector or lightly tap on the mtr. if mtr. cuts on and off you have found the problem
Most likley the window mtr. If you can get the door pannell off, you can unplug the mtr and run a hot and ground wire to the mtr to see if this will run it. You may have to reverse the wires to make it run the othe way. If you can run the mtr this way the switch is your problem, if not its the mtr.
When it stops and beeps can you tell me all lights that are on when you open the drawer cheers. also check to see if the water in the tub is hot if not you have a heating issue. either a faulty element or Mtr Controller module. try swapping the Mtr Controller module (computer board) from the top drawer to the bottom drawer and see if that moves the fault. cheers