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Old 10-29-2001, 08:08 PM
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Think the whole unit requires replacement

Greetings All,

After following this post and doing a little research on the thermistor, it can be easily obtained if that is the culprit, for about $3.70 in parts, you do the labor. I have the same problem as others and think the $3.70 can fix mine but it is also in celcius. Unfortunately that is greek to me and don't wish to carry a calculator with me to figure out it's either to cold or hot outside.
Looking at they also had some thermistors that might work that all ran $.59 if you care to look.

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