Question about Heating & Cooling
I see,, I believe you will have to replace the sensor that limit the temperature ..(thermostat) cause its damaged , and as I see it remains locked when the the temperature its high...after that its stuck cause the heat expends some metallic parts and cause its damages or plane rusty ...it doesn't came back into the original position to fire it up again once the temperature lowing down.......my advise is to replace the thermostat entirely ...and get rid of problems...cause it is the only responsible for starting and closing the heat.. ..might try to open it and clean it up ...if you tell me the model I will look for a blue print for your machine..
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Posted on Jul 15, 2009
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