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Heater won't get hot

I have a Lasko room heater model 5568. I turn it on and program the temperature I want but it only goes up to 57 degrees and won't go higher. I bought it from a private party and they said it worked fine for them There is no manual with it.

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I went on several websites until I located the company. Recieved a call from them to day and they are sendin me a manual.

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