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Frequent tripping of the hight limit switch

I operate a very busy catfish restuarant,and I depend on my wells f49,but it constantly trips shutting down the element.Then I have to reach behind the back of the head and push in on the red button to reset the unit.Some times it will reset and sometime it takes a little longer before it will allow you to reset the high limit switch.HELP!

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The high limit switch itself is getting weak , replace it and problem solved!

Posted on Sep 15, 2007

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