Question about Honeywell HZ-709 Oil Filled Radiator Heater
It may be a faulty switch, or an open-circuit heating element. To check this you need a voltmeter/multimeter and some tools to access the switch panel. Unless you know what you are doing and are reasonably competent around electricity I sugeest you take it to a service technician.
You need to check that a voltage exists on both sides of the switch. If is not so, the switch is faulty. If it is present on both sides of the switch, you need to check circuit of heater using the resistance measuring section of the multimeter.
Posted on Oct 06, 2010
Testimonial: "it was helpful except how to gain acces to the switch to check it. No obvious screws on panel"
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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