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Old 07-18-2003, 08:08 PM
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You are absolutely right Richard. I looked up in the 1983-1985 Electrical Troubleshooting Manual and yes the switch is called a receiver/dryer temperature switch which should close at 144 dF (62 dC). Now that you shook my memory cells awake the last time I pulled one of these out I seem to remember that you CAN replace it without evacuating the system. Thanks for helping jog the memory bank to life. My brain is quite cluttered at 45 and being the typical engineer I have to look stuff up to confirm on occasion.

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