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Need to find a klixon mra 98704 ? where can these be purchased ? overload/thermal protector

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SOURCE: Where can I find a replace thermal overload protector?

http://www.mypool.com/Products/Catalog/mo.asp for the capacitor.

See if there is another part number for that breaker (CET51 ABM).

Posted on Mar 10, 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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Posted on Mar 04, 2011

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SOURCE: I recently purchased a 20 gal/1.5 HP, model 921.166420. The reset button on the side of the motor, (thermal overload Protector?) cuts out repeatedly. The few times where the motor did run and the pr

Could be weak thermal cutout or actual problem with unit. Thermal cut out easy to check with amp meter. Connect meter as required to monitor draw as unit fills and make sure that it stays at or below usage stated. If amp draw stays below stated usage and thermal cuts out, replace the part. If amp draw goes over amount stated turn off compressor and listen for air leaks (usually check valve will leak back pressure to pump causing extra load on motor).

Posted on Nov 29, 2011

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It should start even if it needed charging. I do not believe foolant levels are the problem here.
Things that prevent the compressor from starting are.
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4. Failed compressor windings or bearings.

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When i turn on my beer machine. It turns on and then makes a click noise and shuts down. No cooling at all anymore


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Where can I find a replace thermal overload protector?


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I had the same problem and the solution was to manually press the thermal overload button. The button is located under the tool box next the motor head. I do not believe I tripped the thermal overload during use, but I suppose anything is possible. I’ve been using the compressor in sub 40 deg F. temperatures. I found the following in the Owner’s Manual, but had to look at the part manual to locate the switch.
MOTOR THERMAL OVERLOAD
PROTECTOR: The electric motor
has a manual thermal overload
protector. If the motor overheats
for any reason, the thermal
overload protector will shut off
the motor. Turn pressure switch
to the “off” position and wait for
unit to cool before pushing the
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