Jquery/js history.back does not work

I have got this contact form on a website(it is live www.jacks-barber.co.uk) and I had it working properly, but wanted to make it prettier, with effects.
So i have added an AJAX call on submit, and this is where the issues started.

After submit, a message is generated (we will be in touch soon etc), but I want the submit message to be faded out and then refresh the page.
I have put that refresh part of the code in the callback of the fadeTo method, it even fired once, then I changed something, and it never fired again.
The whole rest works, up until the fade out, have a look, click on menu on the main page, then on “contact/opening” and just click submit(the validation does not work either anymore, not the js part, not the php part, the path to the php file is correct, I have checked).
At this point, I want the page to refresh or the contact page/div to be reset to default, if need be by refreshing, here is the AJAX call

    type: "POST",
    url: "/contact.php",
    data: dataString,
    success: function() {
      $('#contactDiv').html("<div id='messageToUser'></div>");
      $('#messageToUser').html("<h2>Contact Form Submitted!</h2>")
      .append("<p>We will be in touch soon.</p>")
      .fadeIn(1500, function() {
        $('#messageToUser').append("<img id='checkmark' src='http://www.newmommymedia.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/TBG-green-checkmark.png' />").delay(2000);
          $('#contactDiv').fadeTo(1500,0, function(){

The whole function is in the source code, from line 1849.

I have tried $(window).history.back() too, does not work.

If there is another way to reset the contact div, let me know.

AJAX newcomer, I apologize upfront:innocent:

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