Question about Cozy (W352E) Heater
Taking off the door at the bottom of the wall heater, there are
are 2 blue wires (heavier weight than the pilot/themostat wires) coming from above. One plugs (with a plastic sheath) into the front of the hardware that the pilot & thermostat wires are attached to.
The other one has come unattached and it is not clear where it goes. The pilot and themostat wires are attached. The heater won't go on when turned on.
Where does the loose blue wire attach and can I do this myself?
Sounds like one of your limit switches lost it's wire. Look for a disc like device no more bigger then a 50 piece. You will see two wires going to that and if the wire broke take off the insulation and install new plastic sheath and re-attach. Let me know it that is helpful. ken
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
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