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Cannot get temp to raise

I set my orca bay temp at 70 for winter storage. Spring start up the heater kicks in to the 70 degrees but cannot get the temp to raise get a 968 code all other functions work from the topside control and am getting a ambient temp reading on the topside control.I did change a pump and pulled the temp sensor cable and the sensor is a little loose in the thermowell.Becuse the heater kicked in and there is a temp reading I am suspecting that the temp sensor is ok Don't know what to do am thinking of replacing the pcb board

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I would go for the sensor first. It is in the easy to afforde range and easy to install along with more sucpeteable to falure.If that dosen't help then you can still try the board.

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