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Baseboard heater yes, my baseboard heater located in the bedroom won't shut off the button is not clicking. The heat as been on for one week in this room. what can I do? Please Help me? thank you

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The stat points are stuck together or the stat is defective. try tapping on it to make them loosen up or replace the thermostat.

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