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Belling GG720LP grill goes off after 10 minutes . I have replaced thermocouple and thermal overload

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Your thermal overload (thermostat) is bad if the oven powers up when you jump across it.

Are you sure the thermostat is the correct part for your model?

It should be part # 8183703. You can get that here.

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Posted on Apr 18, 2009

SOURCE: need replacement thermal overload protector

Check the Radio Shack website. Match the temperature rating of the thermal fuse.

These can't be soldered in -- the heat will blow them -- they are best crimped in.

Posted on Apr 29, 2009

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Receiver say's "Protect" or turns on then off posted on Dec 13, 2009
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Posted on Feb 28, 2010

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SOURCE: the pump goes out on thermal overload all the time

First be sure it is wired for the voltage that you have. eg if you have 110V circuit be sure pump is wired for 110V. If you have access to an amp meter, measure the current while pump is running and be sure that it doesn't exceed the full load amps on the motor name plate. If it does, decrease water flow by some method. For instance smaller return jets. The more water you pump (volume not pressure) the harder the motor works.

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