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I have to agree with Dana. the 24037 is an intermittent solenoid designed to operate 10 sec. on and 20 min. off. the 24106 is a cont. duty model.
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Thanks for the advice. I'm thinking that my intermittent relay overheated from continual use causing it not to open until it cooled. I've ordered a continuous duty #24106. Again, I will not post results until Spring following testing.


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