Question about Honeywell Electronic Ceramic Heater
The heater was used for one season and worked very well. I stored it in a safe secure place over the summer. When I brought it out to use,it doesn't want to turn on. When it is pluged in you can hear it accept the power. I checked the internal fuse and it is good. The unit looks brand new, and has never been abused or over heated.
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
SOURCE: honeywell ceramic heater hz341bl
Like most heaters, this Honeywell ceramic heater has a tip switch designed to turn the heater off if it falls over. Unfortunately, all you need to do is bump the heater and the switch can open. Sometimes the switch will stick and the heater won't come on even when it is upright—sticking during storage could easily happen, particularly if not stored upright. When the switch is stuck on my heater, when I try to tturn it on the yellow and green pilot lamps flash once but nothing happens.
The solution is to rattle it, shake it, and invert it a few times to unsitck the switch. It always works for me. Something probably best done before you get frustrated to the point of shoving it through the floor. Also, if the heater was running when the switch sticks, be sure it cools down so the thermal switch has a chance to come back on.
Posted on Aug 26, 2008
SOURCE: Defective plug Honeywell HZ 680C
Question: *All Heaters*-Where can I get parts for my heater? Answer: Unfortunately, we do not have any replacement parts available online for heaters. You can obtain parts by calling consumer relations at 800-332-1110. The only parts currently available are replacement wheels for oil filled heaters. If you are looking for any other parts, please call us or send an email to ConsumerRelations@kaz.com and let us know the model number of the heater, the length of time you have owned it for, and a detailed description of what is wrong with it. Question: All Heaters-Can I use an extension cord with my heater? Answer: You should avoid the use of an extension cord as it may overheat. However, if you have to use an extension cord , be sure it is a polarized cord of 14 AWG minimum and rated no less than 1875 watts.
I could find no recall on you product. They do not supply parts. I am sure you can match up the plug and cord at any good hardware or appliance parts store. Are you sure it is the cord? The element could be shorted out.
DO you have an ohm, meter or small batter light tester to tes t the cord and eliments with?
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
The screws are "Tamper-Proof Torx" head, it takes a special T15H tool bit to remove the screws. I just disassembled one of these non-working units and the problem with this unit is a open diode on the heater element board. Not sure the purpose of the diode, but no voltage is going through it. I doubt if parts are available as I see no link for parts on the www.kaz.com website. This unit has been quite hot inside as the plastic mounting peg for the heater element board is melted near the diode area.
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
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