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What kind of the tub you have?

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Sorry about that. It's a Stanless steel tub. Neal
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I would recommend to order the new redesigned heater kit which includes a new control board. It should solve all your problems.

- The part number for the heater kit is AP3841139

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Part has been ordered. Thanks to everyone who helped out. Appeciate you time. Thanks, Happy New Year everyone.
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Replaced The heater & control with the new parts that were ordered. Still have the problem. Any ideas?
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What is your hot water temperature?
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Out of the sink 130 degs. I have oil fired hot water, and the high limit is set at 190 at the furnace.
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Test your tub temperature after each fill.
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Does the diagnotics check fill the tub or do I have to run it threw a regular cycle?
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