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Where do I find parts for a honeywell rediline generator serial number 32020

Input 12 VDC Output 120 VAC 60 HZ 1600 Watt

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SOURCE: Refrigerator totally inop. 120 VAC & 12 VDC present. Unit is model # RM3662.

Yes, I did the same thing. I had a qualified RV repairman change out the board. He also told me there is a recall on this specific issue and that DOMETIC should pay for not only the board, but quite possibly the cost of the labor to repair.

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SOURCE: I have a honeywell HZ-2000C

Either the heating element (which is like a toasters) has burned out or the On/Off Heat sensor switch has failed or needs to be reset. Try this to reset the heater. Turn The Master ON/OFF switch to Off. Unplug the heater and wait 10 minutes before plugging it back in. Turn the Master ON/OFF to ON and turn the heater switch to low setting. If the Elements heat up, you've solved the problem. If they don't heat up the heater is toast. The reason I say this, is that they are inexpensive (under $20.00), so it's less of a hassle to just replace it rather than try to repair it. Parts alone would be a bear to find.

Now, if it's still under warranty, then you can either have it repaired or replaced at Honeywells' option. You will need your Proof of Purchase to accomplish this.

Hope this helped in some way, to solve your problem.

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