As I started reading the posts about this problem I was thinking of a faulty sensor causing the trouble.
Thanks for the feedback on this and glad to hear things are working correctly again. Through your efforts you have now found a real good tech to work on any future problems you may have. When having difficult electrical problems, a tech that knows how to use a scope to check things out takes away a lot of guesswork and needless parts replacement.
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