I just moved the pump active wire to power from the element active. worst case the pump is turned on to soon and liquid gets pumped out.Nice.
It's actually a thermal switch and bypassing it could have bad results. If you're wanting it to run longer at a time then some sort of active cooling for the element like a heatsink and/or a fan might keep the element from getting too hot.
Somewhere on the switch there is probably an operating temperature. If that temp is exceeded by too much then wires could overheat and the element will overheat with unknown results.
I'm kind of tempted to add a microcontroller to a small fog machine one day, see if I could make it have proper temperature regulation to be continuous.Here's an interesting video about one of the nastier (electrically) smoke machines out there.