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Check your low voltage wiring sounds like a short or in thermostat turn down temp see if it stays on butit sounds like a loose or broken wire

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I'm thinking the bi-metal is working, that's why you can hear a click, but the contacts are welded together. The bi-metal doesn't have enough strength to break the weld. Time for a new thermostat.

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