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I had the same problem last year, I talked to a spa guy and he stated that the temp sensor was probably covered in bio crud. He also stated that the tub should be cleaned with a hot tub flush. After doing that I have not had a problem with the temp settings.
First determine if in fact the thermo is or is not shutting off. There is usually a little indicator as to when it calls for heat .so how do you know it's the thermostat. What type is it electronic or not. Also what type of heat hot water or forced air etc,need to know etc. if house to hot shut the heat off at your service switch,usually wall switch with a red cover.located on the heating unit or a hallway to basement on wall.
First check the heating element for short to frame. If it is not shorted remove the filter chute and clear it out. The control thermostat has 4 wires. 2 small wires come from the timer and power up a small heater inside the control thermostat making it shut down faster for perm press and knit cycles. Over time this bimetal inside the control stat won't shut down fast enough or not at all. If it won't shut down then the element will gl;ow reed and the base 250 stat on the heater chamber will shut down. If it fails to do so then the smaller one up top will trip at 300f. If it fails to trip or the filter chute is clogged the fuse skinny white plastic thing next to the control tstat will met and shut down operation. Here is my HOME MOVIE ROPER DRYER NO HEAT It shows the various components and how to check.
hi, this sounds like INTERNAL SHORT IN THE STARTER MOTOR( the brushes wire contacting the comutator) meaning the BRUSHES are WORN. smell of burning from starter motor. (somtimes the starter motor stays engaged to the flywheel and the starter motor go's supersonic and distroyes itself). but get other advice first. in case i am wrong. DO NOT RELY ON MY ADVICE. gerry
Amplifiers get hot. The more you crank the volume up (or use extended for extended periods), the more current is required. When it gets hot, there is a fan motor (on the back), that should turn on. I believe your fan motor (brush) is worn out and therefore non-functional. Under this condition when the system overheats, it automatically changes mode to protect circuits.
Also note: if it works when you initially turn it on (cold) for a few minutes it should work fine...until it starts getting hot inside the case.