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Comfort zone infrared heater

We have not used the heater since last spring. It has not been moved. There seems to be no power going to the unit. Any. Ideas on what to look for?

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Check the outlet with something else that works. Look around the machine for a reset button. Some machines have a tip-over safety, see if it needs to be reset.

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Hello all , just push and hold the two buttons on the right for 3 seconds and it will reset. Joe

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what is A05

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To change your heater display from Celsius to Fahrenheit: press and hold the "down" button and the "enter" buttons simultaneously for 5 seconds and release. - VS

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Hi. I have the Comfort zone 1500 (cz 1500) and just ran into this AO5 problem. Turns out the thermostat was set lower than the actual room temperature. I just turned up the heater temp and it kicked right on. Hope this helps!

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