Question about Honeywell Heating & Cooling
Please check rotate thermostat switch is put all the way to right side ( max Heat ). Switch on the heater. If the problem persists, then you can visually look inside, without opening the body of the heater, and see if the coil is getting heated up. It should turn red or you can feel the heat by placing your hand on the body. Also check if the fan is rotating. If the coil is not getting heated up then there is a loose connection in the switch panel. Take it to the retailer and ask him to replace it if it is in the warranty period. Otherwise you can open the body and check it your self if you have knowledge of electric connections OR take it to a technician
Posted on Jan 04, 2011
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