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My Airtech ceramic heater model 02044 no longer heats. The 3 comfort controls (cool, low, high) all emit cool air. The filter is clean, the fans, swing and remote control all work.

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How much did it cost new ????

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SOURCE: cz 446 comfort zone ceramic heater shuts off

Hi, the problem you are having is the thermostat control, and dimming the lights is a indication of the neutral side of the control if faulty.It is drawing enough amps to make you're home lights blink, so I would stop using it now and if you are inclined to replace this control yourself I would. If this is something you would not care to take on, I would get an estimate for repair at a appliance repair store, compared to replacing the unit with a different one.I am sorry to tell you this, but it will only get worse and what I have recommend is for you're safety.
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SOURCE: The Holmes Comfort Temp ceramic heater works fine

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.

Posted on Jan 19, 2011

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I have an airtech fan heater model 02044. Is it possible to get a replacement remote control?


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  • Try setting your thermostat between 72°F and 78°F. Each degree setting below 78°F will increase your energy consumption by approximately 8%. As you can see, that can add up to a lot of money over a year.
  • Inspect and clean both the indoor and outdoor AC/Heating coils. The indoor coil in your air conditioner acts as a magnet for dust because it is constantly wetted during the cooling season. Dirt build-up on the indoor coil is the single most common cause of poor efficiency. The outdoor coil must also be checked periodically for dirt build-up and cleaned if necessary.
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  • Use bath and kitchen fans sparsely when you are running the air conditioning system.
  • Reduce the cooling load by using cost-effective conservation measures. For example, effectively shade east and west windows. When possible, delay heat-generating activities, such as dishwashing or baking, until the evening on hot days.
  • Try to not use a dehumidifier at the same time your air conditioner is operating. The dehumidifier will increase the cooling load and force the air conditioner to work harder, which in turn increases your utility bill.
  • Over most of the cooling season, keep the house closed tight during the day. Don’t let in unwanted heat and humidity. If practical, ventilate at night either naturally or with fans.
Room Air Conditioning Units
  • The unit should be level when installed, so that the inside drainage system and other mechanisms operate efficiently. If possible, install the unit in a shaded spot on your home’s north or east side. Direct sunshine on the unit’s outdoor heat exchanger decreases efficiency by as much as 10%. You can plant trees and shrubs to shade the air conditioner, but do not block the airflow.
  • Set the fan speed on high, except on very humid days. When humidity is high, set the fan speed on low for more comfort. The low speed on humid days will cool your home better and will remove more moisture from the air because of slower air movement through the cooling equipment. Consider using an interior fan in conjunction with your window air conditioner to spread the cooled air more effectively through your home without greatly increasing electricity use.
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Proper maintenance of your air conditioner will also save energy. Be sure to do the following:
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My Comfort Zone Ceramic electric heater CZ488 does not heat on high or low, but the fan that puts out cool air works. What is wrong.


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Model: REG-123H
  • UPC: 855326002968
  • Product Type: 12,000 BTU Window Air Conditioner & Heater
  • Product Dimensions: L: 24.00" x W: 24.00" x H: 16.00"
  • Product Weight: 88.00 lbs.
  • Product Color: White
  • Application: Used to cool individual rooms
  • Type: Window Air Conditioner
  • Warranty: 1 year; 5 years sealed system
  • Coverage Area: 550 square feet
  • Voltage: 230 volts
  • Heater: Yes
  • Air Flow: 266 CFM
  • Amps: 5.5 amps
  • Heating Capacity: 11000 BTUs
  • Frequency: 60 Hz
  • Cooling Capacity: 12000 BTUs
  • Dehumidifying Capacity: 3.6 pints
  • EER: 9.8
  • Heat Pump: No
  • Number of Fan Speeds: 3
  • Programmable Timer: Yes
  • Timer Length: 24 hour
  • Refrigerant Type: R-410A
  • Air Conditioner Type: Cool/Heat
  • Energy Star Rated: No
  • Air Filter: Yes
  • Built-In Air Purification System: No
  • Display Type: Digital
  • Remote Control: Yes
  • Adjustable Louvers: Yes
  • Adjustable Side Panels: Yes
  • Compatible Window Size: Min. Window
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    The one I have can. Pushing the comfort control button will cycle from cool, to low heat, and then to high heat and then back to cool.

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    Most little window units are mainly for 300-500 Square foot rooms.
    Should be putting around 80-105 degrees top out of those little units, Make sure that your thermostat is set for heat rather then the normal setting of cooling (Turn more towards Heat) also if you have a fan setting you may want to try lowering the fan to low speed vs high fan, which should give you more heat.
    Make sure the Filter is clean as well as the coils behind the filter or it will shut down the heaters quicker due to lack of air, shutting down your T-stat and bi-metals quicker.

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    I have an Aloha Breeze heating unit Model #02044. It stays on for 2-3 minutes and then turns off. It will not stay on when the switch is turned to "on" position.


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