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My honeywell heater was working one minute and not working the next.

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  • conseib Jan 02, 2008

    Yeah, mine worked one morning, and then it wouldn't turn on that night. I really like it too, but it's 4 years old and I guess maybe stuff doesn't work very long. Also, I can't figure out how to get the cover off to even look at it.

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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.

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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.

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    Hane Kenson Nov 18, 2012

    "kiddouv" 's soution is correct. Regular fire is good, too, but only if you have a good fireplace and no young children nearby. Eek!

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Use regular fire sometimes it is more dependable.lol

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