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The '2' in E2 seems to refer to list of conditions under 'Troubleshooting' in the user manual for this product. The version of the manual that I have found claims that in this condition the problem is: "The amount of heated air exiting the front of the portable heater is reduced."
The solution is to: "Check the electrostatic filter to make sure it is free of dust and dirt. Also check the front grill and rear air intake to make sure it is not being blocked by any kind of debris."by BillBell
On most appliances you can swap a cord from any other appliance that you are throwing out. Open up the unit and disconnect the wires (either from crimp style marrettes or crimp push on or crimps with the eyelette) On the housing look for the nylon connector. Pinch this with a pair of pliers and pull out. Putting them back in is tougher but acheivable if you hav patience.
this happens when you have run a heater for a long time on an outlet that is either not giving the heater enough amperage or to much amperage try it in a different room if the problem persists try a different heater.