Well, Less the technician was here and found some interesting things. The wire that I told them was unhooked was to the second pump. Second pump? I have the 3020 and although I've never heard about a second pump, there must be one! The breaker was also tripped. May have something to do with the second pump not being hooked up.
Anyway, he flipped the breaker and wire up the pump, and away it went! For a little while. The temps went from 85 to 136 in a very short time. I'm guessing too short of time. Less deemed it fixed and went on his way. The breaker tripped.
But I think I know what happened. The breaker tripped because the second pump was not wired yet. After he hooked up the second pump, it started pumping fluid and the temperature dropped fast as it should. The pump had already tripped the breaker, so the 12v
system kept running hence the temperature drop without the electric to support it.
I saw the problem after he left and I flipped the breaker again. It was down to 99 degrees (glycol temp). It slowly began to rise. After 30 minutes it is at 117 degrees and rising. So it is working! The lack of the second pump running may have caused an overheat situation and it blew the breaker or just plain shut off the power to the elements. Since you can't tell if a breaker is tripped, it may not have been tripped and the system was just restarting properly.
We are staying here for now because the rain is really coming down and it gives me some time to monitor the Alde'. Brad the service manager said to keep an eye on it and if it needs further servicing he can work me in tomorrow or Monday.
We are just going to stay tight, nice, and WARM in our trailer while the remains of this hurricane pass by.