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Safety Features; Troubleshooting - Honeywell HZ 315 - Quick Heat Ceramic Heater Owner's Manual

Ceramic heater
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burn exposed skin. Use of this heater is not recommended for persons with reduced
sensitivity to heat or an inability to react to avoid burns.
Your Honeywell
Plug in unit.
Turn the Thermostat fully clockwise to the
SUPER setting (Fig. 1).
When the room reaches a comfortable
temperature, slowly turn the Thermostat
counter-clockwise until the heater
goes off. This is the point at which
the Thermostat setting equals the
room temperature. At this setting,
the Thermostat will automatically
turn the heater on and off to maintain this selected temperature.
UNPLUG the unit to turn the power OFF. The plug light will go off.


This heater is equipped with several devices and features for added protection.
A high temperature safety control prevents overheating (HI limit).
A back-up thermal circuit breaker.
This heater is also equipped with a motor thermal fuse that will shut down the
motor should it operate at a higher than normal temperature.
This heater was created using a high quality safety plastic.


If your heater shuts off unexpectedly or fails to operate, one of the above-mentioned safety
features may have been activated to prevent overheating.
Be sure the power cord is plugged into a working electrical outlet.
Check your Thermostat setting. The unit may simply be off because you have
reached your desired heat setting.
Check for any obstructions. If you find an obstruction, turn the heater OFF and
unplug it.
Allow the heater to cool completely, then remove the obstruction. Wait at least 10
minutes, then re-plug in the heater and follow the OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS for
your unit.
Quick Heat™ heater is designed to heat you warmer, faster!*
Fig. 1

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