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Dont know what buttons mean

I have some sort of lasko pedestal heater with a circular button system on top with the on/off button in the middle. Well, that is the only button I can understand. What do the others do and in what order? No manual. ???

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Http://laskoproducts.com/instructions/5364Ins5364ES.pdf
Here you will see what the buntons do.

Good Luck and Please rate Fixya!

Posted on Jan 08, 2009

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hai sir the button which you are confused in is used only for reseting the equipment.please find your equipment seller for a copy of users manual.

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