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Honeywell Ceramic Heater (HZ-370) does not swivel anymore

Is there an easy way to repair my heater so it swivels again? It appears to move but does not have the full range of motion anymore. it's like it is sticking on something. Suggestions?

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The instructions say this unit is not designed to be taken apart and they are right. Although i was able to unscrew the back plate and slip my hand into wipe the swivel base. It turns once again and my wife thinks I'm a genius.

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