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Honeywell hz-341-bl ceramic heater

I noticed it does not heat as well this year as when i bought it last dec. Now when i push the on button nothing happens. When i push the button more than once both lights flash, but still noyhing.

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Re: honeywell hz-341-bl ceramic heater

Take a heat gun or a blow dryer and preheat thermostat and any conductive leads.
after a few pre-heats it will get the idea!

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