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Wont heat up

My Honeywell HZ519 wont come on , i have tried to unplug it still won't work

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Re: wont heat up

I had the same problem with my Honeywell HZ-519 but after cutting a hole in the back, opposite the control panel, I found the wiring burnt out at the female connector to the element. I replaced the female connnector and rewired it to the anti tip switch.
It's working!

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I found a unique way of fixing my HZ519 baseboard heater, i tried the banging on it when it wouldnt work as suggested in this thread and saw sparks inside, i have no star driver so i flipped the heater over and took a hammer and poped a hole in the plastic underneath the controls and what do you know there was a wire hanging off so i replace it and a pendulum weight type anti flip switch which was hung up so i righted it and flipped over the heater and hit the power and ahhhhh warmth... old fashion redneck git r done. good luck all...

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Re: wont heat up

I have an HZ519 that stopped working as well. I found that the anti tip switch is in fact a mechanical weight type if switch and not a mercury switch. The problem I'm having is that the plastic stud that the anti tip switch mounts to is melting causing the switch to come loose and fall to the bottom of the heater and therefore stop working properly depending upon the position the switch is in when it lands.
Does anyone know if Honeywell has a retrofit for this problem?
Thank you,

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Re: wont heat up

Anti-tip switches are pretty much a mercury type. self reset when the unit is upright. current path is from one side of the line to the thermostat. other thermostat to an internal oveload, from the overload to the anti-tip switch. other side of the switch to the element. neutral connects to other heater element wire[terminal]

Posted on Nov 29, 2007

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