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I need a remote and filter for HCH6150


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Holmes HCH6150 Product Manual

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The Holmes Comfort Temp ceramic heater works fine on Low setting, but once it is set to High temperature the illuminated digital display fades out and the unit turns itself off. Unplugging and letting the...


These heaters were not designed to be serviced in the field. If it's not over a year old, it may still be in warranty. Contact Holmes through there website www.holmesproducts.com for more info.

Jan 19, 2011 | Holmes Products HCH4953-U Ceramic Compact...

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I need to order a new quartz element or tube, the part that produces the heat. my email address is allen134078@yahoo.com


These heaters do not have off the shelf replacement parts and were not designed to be repaired/serviced in the field. But, you can return it for repair. Go to www.holmesproducts.com
for more info.

Jan 18, 2011 | Holmes Products HQH307 Compact Heater

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Control panel blinking


my heater did the same, very frustrating. i have solved this problem.  i took off the plastic cover to expose the electronic circuit board and noticed that there was a white residue on the board. I wiped this clean with rubbing alcohol and put everything back. as of 3 weeks ago i have used the heater frequently as normal and not had any problems. chazdee

Dec 06, 2008 | Holmes Products HOH2520-U Heater

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My oil-filled Holmes heater HOH2520U will not heat now. it was working for a while the shut its self off and now the control panel is constantly blinking unless it is set at the room temp. HELP PLEASE


I had the same problem. this is what i did. unplug the heater. removed the plastic panel to expose the control panel where the blinking light is.  Removed all the dust and cobweb build up, then using rubbing alcohol, wiped the white residue that was on the green circuit board. I did this 10 days ago and the heater has been working fine since then. chaz  

Dec 06, 2008 | Holmes Products HOH2520-U Heater

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IIcant find parts for the holmes heaters. Who carries them?


I have the same problem. I mean it keeps going off prematurely. The heating area is relatively clean and there is no reason for this other than the Thermal Circuit Breaker to be going bad.

I too have fruitlessly tried to find the part. It is made by Klixon and the info about it is as follows: 1NT15L-4165 It is a manual reset bimetal temperature circuit breaker. Mine says L86 L = Limit and 86 I believe represents 86 degrees Celsius which is about 187 degrees F for us Americans.

I found the Klixon people and they told me the part was not available through them; but only through Holmes themselves. So, I of course called Holmes Customer Service.

Turns out that I had a little spat with Holmes' CS Jerky... She informed me that Holmes does not sell parts and that the heaters they build and sell are not serviceable. So, I argued that they are irresponsible with regard to the environment. What, it's supposed to go to a landfill now?

But she insisted that this was so that people didn't start fires with their heaters. And she says that she has two young girls at home and wouldn't want anyone burning down their house and killing their family. So I guess after all that has nothing to do with her keeping her job by Holmes selling me another $79 heater, huh?? lol Yeah right!!! Because the guy at corporate would not want one of their heaters to start a fire. That wouldn't be an acceptable risk to make money. (Sarcasm, in case you missed it)

On another note... It's real unfortunate that you have to take the HQH307 completely apart to clean the heating area so as to not have the heater be a fire hazard. But I'm a risk to my family by taking the thing apart and then removing the two retaining screws out and two wire leads off to replace the malfunctioning part. WTF??? Since I can't get the part I suppose I could just bypass the circuit breaker. I know that's not a good idea.

Well, bottom line is, (can ya take a guess?), that I will not be buying another Holmes Heater EVER!!! Thanks Holmes...

Answer: As far as I know you cannot get the part.

If anyone has a lead on the part please let me know here.

Thanks, LightningMan

Nov 20, 2008 | Holmes Products HQH307 Compact Heater

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Heater comes on but quickly over heats.


There is no Filter On this Model. Check to make sure there is Dirt in the Flow way of the two towers. if that is not it the back up fuse in the heater is going bad.

Jan 16, 2008 | Holmes Products HCT460-U Utility Heater

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