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My honeywell oil heater fell over on its side and now it wont go on the manuel said to put it up right and it should respond, but it isn't, its a HZ-709, please help

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Four small titted tamper proof Torx screws hold the vented side cover to the unit. Two of the screws are under the narrow plastic trim that easily unsnaps at the top of that cover. Gently removing the cover with all of the wires still attached exposes the weighted mechanical saftey (anti-tilt) switch that allows for the possibly bent electrical contacts to be readjusted. Check and tighten any loose or overheated spade connectors and the rest of the operations may not need any further attention.

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Try unplug it for a few Min's and see if that help if not call the 800 number on the side of the heater. You may have to have a service ticket don't on it.


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The number is 1-800-477-0457

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