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Cz 500 shuts off and comes back on in about 5
)Tip over switch If the heater is thermostatically controlled then what you may have is the thermostat cycling just as a central heating system in your home. When heater reaches the temp you set it shuts off, then comes back on when temp drops several degrees below setting. Yes, It is normal. Ned
on Dec 18, 2010
On & off switch fell
If there are only two wires going to the switch you can unplug the heater and strip about 1/2 inch of insulation off of the wires and twist them together. Use a wire nut or electrical tape to protect connections.
If you can't find the right replacement switch you can use a simple toggle switch in it's place. Or just unplug it when you're done using it. I hope this helps you. Thanks.
on Dec 08, 2010
Based on the limited info.I have, it sounds like the heating element is not getting power. suggest visually inspecting the switch and thermostat for burnt wires. Also check the heating element for broken electrode.
on Jan 18, 2009
Comfort zone cz2011 heater shuts off
I had a similar issue. It would cut off after approx 30 sec to 1 min. If the power shuts off or screen and lights go off most likely the problem is the thermal cutoff switch comonly called a thermostat. (Be Sure you are getting good air flow also check filter JIC) I found the problem but the parts in the systema are cheap off brand parts. Low quality circuit boards and soldering. The PN on the switch was unknown. Since I didnt know the cutoff temp I called the mfg which did not offer any parts, prints etc. This is an expensive throw away heater is basically the answer I recieved. My unit also had very low use as it is used as a supplimental heat ocassionally. Instead of tossing the unit I looked a little closer at the switch. I found 120 deg C stamped on one of the .25 QC terminals. On the front it is stamped 120/240V 16A. After a search I found the SRL250. It is a 250 deg F 15A 120/240VAC. (120 deg C = 248 deg F). It is 1 amp less which is fine as the 1500W unit should not draw 15 or 16 Amp. I now have the heater running again. You can find this part online or you local appliance parts house should have it. Or Cross ref to another mfg. Hope this helps.
Orig- 120/240VAC 16A 120 deg C (Open on Rise)
New - 120/240VAC 15A 250 deg F (Open on Rise)
Part# - SRL250
on Dec 29, 2019
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