There really isn't anyway to give a difinitive answer to your problem. it requires some trouble shooting. Did you blow the breaker on the circuit feeding the outlet you had your heater plugged into? Is there a power indicator light on your heater? If so, when the dog tipped the heater over was it still working (ON)? If no indicator the problem gets more tedious and techy.
Oil heaters are great and simply designed. They are closed systems with heating elements that connect to the other end of the wire that plugs into your wall. The switch is in between the two to allow current to pass or not. If any of those connections was shaken loose by the fall it would cause your heater to malfunction. That's something you (or a service person) can only verify by opening the unit up. Hope this has helped...:-)
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unplug it and leave it unplugged for over 24 hours then try plugging it in again. if that doesn't do anything then you have knocked off, broken or damaged a sensor that allows the heater to function properly.
I am not familiar with this make. However, all electcric heaters have a tip over safety switch on them somewhere. You will have to find it . I would look on the bottom for a plunger type switch, though it may be inside. I would expect that if it is otherwise undamaged, the switch should reset automatically. You may need to replace the switch if it is damaged.
Warning ... do not try to go around this safety device.
did it get set on its side, there is a saftey switch inside to kickout the heating element if its knocked over, unplug it, pick it up and turn it around at different angles, return upright, shake gently, plug in and see if it puts out heat
I just sent an email to Honeywell on this "in recovery" message and await their response. Yesterday I set my a/c to t/on in off peak hours 6pm and it came on about 45 minutes earlier, then I reset my a/c to come on at 645pm and today it came on 20 min. earlier, this is so fustrating! When I get a response from Honeywell I will share with the world :(~
EE 6 happens for several reasons. Most likely in your case when the stove runs for a while after you turn it back on, the code is due to and over heat. The circulating fan and cover need to be spotless. If they are then the code is due to low fuel, no fuel or dirty filte on tankor stove.
In the past I have nothing but problems with DeLonghi heaters. I replaced them with Pelonis heaters and have had no problems since. Pelonis heaters are availible from Home Depot at a very reasonable price. This is based on my experience only. Hope it helps.