Question about Honeywell Heating & Cooling
Hi my 2 year old noma model ew7507ce dosen't work. After plugging it message pop up in the window "prob". I try to turn heat on, after few times it came on and immediately turn it self off. It made clicking sound.Help, please
There is a thermal disc inside the heater that will tell the heater if it is getting too hot to shut down. When the disc cools off then the heater will start up again. After a wile the disc gets weak or it gets stuck open not allowing the heater to turn on. You will need to replace the disc or purchase a new heater as parts for those are not easy to find.
Posted on Apr 14, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Air and heat not working!
check to see if thermostats take batteries pull the cover off and check and change them if they do. if they don't take batteries there will be a wire hooked to terminal C on the t stat. if they are new t stats they need to be programmed for your equiptment in order to work. some new digitals have a 5 minute delay after you set them. when it's in the delay HEAT or COOL will flash off and on, if it is actually calling for either one the words will be solid.
Test the thermostat: TURN POWSER OFF TO FURNACE. either at breaker box or switch mounted on furnace. make sure the door panels are all on furnace cause there is a door switch on the bottom panel that cuts power if it isn't pushed in.
while you have the cover off the t stat if the
batteries didn't fix it take wires from R and W and wire nut them together. the heat should come on after you return power to furnace
and/or making sure the power is back off
take wires off R G and Y terminals and wire nut them together AC should come on. if they do come on you have a bad t stat. if not you are losing voltage somewhere. either at the breaker box or furnace. a fuse could be blown on the circuit board on the furnace. if the fuse is blown you have a short in the stat wire. also check the fuse on that furnace switch we talked about earlier. if you have a volt meter take the bottom door panel off furnace making sure you push and hold that door switch in with a piece of tape. see if you have 120 volts going into the transformer the wires to test will be black and white. if so check to see if you have 24 volts accross the other two wires on the transformer if so see if you have 24 volts on the terminals R and C on furnace board. if so put a jumper wire on R and W heat should come on. if not it's the circuit board. any where you lose voltage is the part that is bad.
Posted on Aug 08, 2009
SOURCE: Powers on, no heat
I have this model heater and it quit working as well. I took it apart to find that the plastic bosses that the safety switch mounts/screws to melted and the switch fell into the bottom of the heater rendering the heater useless.
FYI, The safety switch removes power from the heater when the heater is laying on it's front or back incase it gets knocked over while it is on.
This is a serious defect. These heaters should be recalled.
Posted on Jun 28, 2010
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