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The 6SBAR-BS-G most likely has the solid state thermostat that consists of three parts: A solid state control board, a 0-100K potentiometer (connected to the control dial) and a thermistor. The thermistor is the most common part to fail. I would call the factory and ask for technical assistance to help isolate which part has failed. Most service companies do not stock their parts. The factory's number is 800-428-6644 or write an email to

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