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To replace the switch, shut off power, remove wires noting all wire locations.
You may have to relieve pressure in the system by using water until the surge tank is empty.
I'm not sure about that.
You do have to either remove the switch from the piping by unscrewing it or remove the piping from the switch by removing the connector and unscrewing the connector from the switch.
Assembly is the reverse. You should use teflon tape of dope on the screw connection below the switch.
The procedure should take about a half hour but you won't have any water during this time.
It could be something as simple as adjusting the carburetor. (if you have the adjusting tool) otherwise it sounds like there may be some debris in the carburetor. After running for a little while, it blocks the fuel jet. Then when you shut it off, it falls back somewhere in the carburetor. I'd suggest cleaning the carburetor and draining the fuel out and putting new gas in.
Your condenser is likely dirty clean it. the compressor could be tripped out on over load (to hot) unplug the fridge a couple hours should do it . plug it back in make sure the thermostat is on and set correctly if that does not work you will need service. Tom
Try switching the phone off for a couple of hours. I had the same problem and tried everything, until I went to the movies and switched off the phone. When I came out and switched it on again it was working fine - incredible but true!