Question about Honeywell Digital Heater Fan with Remote
I have the HZ-7000 (one without the remote), and it did the same thing. If you unplug it and wait a bit, the overheat sensor should reset. If nothing else is wrong with the heater, you should be able to plug it back in and it will run again.
Posted on Sep 08, 2008
IF you found the solution, I would be glad to know it; same problem, nor I can find the manual.
Posted on Mar 05, 2008
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