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Honeywell HZ708 won't turn on. I would open the case to see what is going on but it has two unique screws holding it in place that I do not have a tool for. No lights come on; nothing. Any ideas?

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  • keishashipp Nov 21, 2008

    When I press the on button, an F appears on the display. It stays on for about 5 seconds and then cuts off.

  • kathomar Dec 10, 2008

    it won't turn on-it worked yesterday...I turned it off and unplugged it like I do every evening...now it just won't go on

  • Anonymous Dec 16, 2008

    There's no heat. The display is working, however, it will not heat.



  • Anonymous Dec 19, 2008

    I have the same problem

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I have found one that the power cord inside the cover has burned up a mechanical splice from the cord coming in to the smaller wire going to the electronics. The only way I have to correct this problem is to replace the crimp on splice.

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