Question about Honeywell HZ315 QuickHeat Ceramic Compact Heater
Yes it could be the thermostat and you should be able to bypass it.If you do this you will want to monitor it closely as you're thinking for safe operation. Thank you
Posted on Mar 28, 2011
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