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If you have to go to the breaker to turn the power off, then you need to replace the switch on your contertop. Once you replace this switch, it will work just fine.
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Ok, let's take a look at this;
I see that Joseph has OPTED OUT, I will see if this will help you further
What I think the problem is, is that the "Automatic On Switch" is failing as you suspect, here is the part you will need to replace
Also here is a parts layout to help you see what you need to do to get to that switch, see part 8-18 of the drawing. Once you have replaced the switch it should shut off normally.
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There is two auto relays in this unit, the parts breakdown is for the 06 series as you noted, the second one you mentioned looks like it has to do more with the overload, then the actual autostart, I don't see off hand where there is any difference except for the series 1, but it has been my experience with relays, that if you have one going out, and you are going to spend a few hours to replace it, you are best off to change all relays why you are already in there. My thought still are on the upper relay I mentioned first, this is the one that would be the first choice to be your problem in my opinion.