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Holmes Products... | Answered on Mar 08, 2019


Wiring diagram for a 3-way switch, one of the many wiring diagrams showing different methods of wiring a three way switch circuit. This electrical wiring diagram shows power into light switch Box #1 – wire to light from switch box #1, and from switch box #1 to three-way light switch box #2.

Holmes Products... | Answered on Oct 01, 2018


Probably the thermostat contacts have become worn and a certain amount of arcing is happening when they close.

Replacement thermostat units used to be easy to change and were readily available for quality domestically manufactured oil filled radiators but these days it would probably be cheaper to buy an imported heater. You wouldn't lose by asking your local supplier and if they are still available check the internet price.

It would be wise to check the wiring and internal connections before junking it.

Holmes Products... | Answered on Jul 19, 2018


only the manufacturer would know what they sell , FIXYA has no clue

Holmes Products... | Answered on Jan 12, 2018


The problem is most likely the over heating sensor thermostat located directly under the heating elements - The reason the over-heat safety thermostat sensor is tripping the warning buzzer is because either the cool air fan intake is obstructed with dust / dirt, or the fan motor stopped rotating, or the over-heating condition thermostat is defective, or over sensitive - Usually when the cool air intake is obstructed for any reason, the heating elements will glow brighter, and hotter without good air flow, and the elements may start to bow downwards closer to the over-heating safety thermostat - However, if the safety thermostat is defective, it can trigger the warning buzzer even though there may not be an over-heating condition / event present - The buzzer warning going off prematurely also occurred with my Holmes space heater - I checked the air flow first, and then the appliance tip-over switch second - Both were found functioning properly - It wasn't until I replaced the safety over-heating thermostat, did the buzzer stop going off moments after I plugged the space heater in an outlet.

Holmes Products... | Answered on Dec 04, 2017


The problem is most likely the over heating sensor thermostat located directly under the heating elements - The reason the over-heat safety thermostat sensor is tripping the warning buzzer is because either the cool air fan intake is obstructed with dust / dirt, or the fan motor stopped rotating, or the over-heating condition thermostat is defective, or over sensitive - Usually when the cool air intake is obstructed for any reason, the heating elements will glow brighter, and hotter without good air flow, and the elements may start to bow downwards closer to the over-heating safety thermostat - However, if the safety thermostat is defective, it can trigger the warning buzzer even though there may not be an over-heating condition / event present - The buzzer warning going off prematurely also occurred with my Holmes space heater - I checked the air flow first, and then the appliance tip-over switch second - Both were found functioning properly - It wasn't until I replaced the safety over-heating thermostat, did the buzzer stop going off moments after I plugged the space heater in an outlet.

Holmes Products... | Answered on Dec 04, 2017


Hello, this is Ava with Think Crucial.

This is the manual of your Holmes model number: Holmes HAP9422 Product Manual Hope this was helpful.

You can purchase a wide variety of high quality Holmes replacement parts for your Holmes Air Purifier direct from Think Crucial with free shipping and an exclusive 10% coupon for Fixya.com readers, use code: FIXYA10

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Think Crucial Customer Care
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Holmes Products... | Answered on Sep 27, 2017


Seriously?? It's a $30.00 fan. IF you could get parts for it, they'll cost you more that the original price of the fan, but I guess if you insist. Go here and call them or chat online, they'll tell you if parts can be had.
https://www.holmesproducts.com/fans/

Holmes Products... | Answered on Jun 09, 2017

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