Question about Honeywell HZ335 Ceramic Compact Heater
Honeywell hz355 oscolating heater
HI I have this heater and no manual , and I was doing research on the internet and found that these haeters have an automatic shut off if it gets too hot and it wont come back on for a while until it is cooled down. I just unplug mine awhile or turn it off and then it comes back on when it cools down.
Posted on Mar 12, 2008
Yes. The above solution is correct. When these heaters overheat, they automatically shut off. Just try leaving it for a few minutes (or even unplugging it, like kiddouv said, which may be safest) and then wait a few minutes. Then it should work fine. Otherwise, you should just get a new one. And I have one of my own so I will play around with the case and get back to you on that.
Posted on Nov 18, 2012
Use regular fire sometimes it is more dependable.lol
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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