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Heater turns off

RE: Honeywell HZ910-19 space heater. This heater works great but all of a sudden it's turning itself off. I have to hit the reset button on top of the unit to get it back on. Can anyone tell me why it's doing this and how I can correct it? Thank you

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First, turn it off. Start by cleaning your filter and making sure your thermostat is turned all the way up. second, it's possible that the pilot may need to be cleaned and /or the pilot is not getting gas to it. Other than this, it would be best to have a technician check out the heater.

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