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HEAT PUMP SAYS WATER TEMP IS 99 DEGREES WHEN ITS 82 CAUSEING PUMP NOT TO TURN ON WHATS THE REMEDY NOT SURE ON BTUS MODEL NUMBER IS 120AHDEBNC AQUACAL kind of in a bind thanks

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This is a bad temp sensor or an open by-pass. You would have to go to your book to find these though. I'm not sure where you would find them.

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