Yes, Ive got that one... thats the one I replaced, only for it to blow again. However, mine doesnt have a plastic red peg sticking out of it...Some sort of re-set?. The other two, in the clip are marked at 50 degrees, i think, and 58 degrees. When warmed, the 50 degree unit closed and was found to have continuety. The higher value item,58, could be heard to 'click' but no continuety. The design of these switches allowed me to carefully dissasemble it, where I found the contacts were pitted. Cleaned them up and re-assembled this switch, which then tested ok. So.... Am I to take it that the lower 50 degree switch lets the machine know "Hey, Im at operating temprature now, lets get on with washing" wheras the higher value switch instructs the machine that it is getting too hot, so cut the power to the heater? If this higher switch fails, then the machine will keep heating until the safety thermostat cuts the power, permanently.....? Does that seem to be right?