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Temperature control threshold too high

Holmes HFH5506, new out of the box. Thermometer in room (at same level) says 66. Heater is not coming on until control setting is at 74-78, even then, it comes on for 60 seconds only. LO or HI , no matter.

Manual LO, Hi works fine

November 18 2008

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  • 52csi19 Jan 22, 2009

    I had the same problem new out of box but now the on/off switch there is no response

  • livngcolor Mar 19, 2009

    NO. I am living with the machine as is. I leave it on 74-78, and it brings the room to 64! must have rejected thermostats installed. Nice going, Holmes. jk

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    Can i get you to change your mind? I work a company that is running failure testing on this model ,and your description is something they would like to look at. please email @ je@ephainc.com and i can give you more details.

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