Question about NewAir Heating & Cooling
It sounds like the actual control module, the "brain", of this heater / air conditioner has failed and can't sense when to kick on the heat any longer. Have you tried just unplugging the unit for a good 5 minutes minimum and seeing if it will help "kick-start" or restart the electronics?
I have seen many of these units go bad with this issue, and many of them only last a few months for whatever reason... I think yours may fit into that category. It is not really worth repairing, to get a replacement unit that is equivalent is around $300, and the repair would end up costing you more than that unfortunately. Definitely try the restart method mentioned though and hopefully you can get some more life out of the device.
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Posted on Nov 06, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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