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Similar model compact heater will not "power up" after storage

I purchased a Honeywell SureSet HZ-341BW Ceramic Compact Heater during last winter (January). I stopped using it after the beginning of the Spring. The heater was placed in storage from June until now (3 full months). The heater was attempted to turned on, but would not. The power button was pressed, but nothing happened. Is there an internal reset button in the heater that needs to be reset?

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Re: Similar model compact heater will not "power up"...

They is no reset internal the electronic circuit is deferctive some electronics parts need no be changed. i have fixed one and modify it to be more reliable.

Posted on May 28, 2007

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