During design of Class I components in Nuclear Power Plants, cumulative usage factors (CUF) are conservatively calculated to estimate fatigue damage, and results must be below the limits of the applicable codes. Nevertheless, when these results are used to evaluate the possibility of using these components for an extended life, the results are frequently above code limits. Many Nuclear Power Plants have installed commercial fatigue monitoring systems at critical components in order to assess transient severity and cycle count for life extension fatigue calculations among other reasons. Since the commissioning of the system, unexpected operation modes and thermal stratification was discovered and evaluations needed to be done. Findings, interpretations and solving are presented in this paper.