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"Heater Turns Off" Part 2

Here's the solution that I was given first and my answers that follow: Best Solution by Kimi, posted on 26/10/05 First, turn it off. Start by cleaning your filter and making sure your thermostat is turned all the way up. second, it's possible that the pilot may need to be cleaned and /or the pilot is not getting gas to it. Other than this, it would be best to have a technician check out the heater. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 1. It's already off and won't turn back on until I hit the reset button on the top. 2. There is no filter to clean 3. There is no thermostat to turn up all the way 4. There is no pilot light 5. It's doesn't use gas, It's electric! Here's a link to the product http://www.dealtime.com/xPF-Honeywell_Radiant_Heater I would just like to know why this heater turns itself off and I have to hit the reset button???

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I had all the same problems. It turned off - still oscillates - no heat. Tried resetting - tried waiting (thought it might reset itself); Final solution ---took it back to Fleer Farm for a full refund even though it was over a year (had kept box & receipt). Honeywell wanted $10 shipping (for a replacement) plus the $10 I needed to ship. Considering I only paid $27.99, we opt'd for the return. I now have a Black/Decker Model 200UH that is built like a tank and keeps my old body reasonably warm in chilly Wisconsin.

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