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If the knob is still in tact it will have a shaped hole that fits on the post it came off of. Some knobs, but I am pretty sure not this one, will have a set screw on the side to tighten it down. I am sure it is just a push on compression fit.
often at good hardware stores. there will be a box or drawer with a variety of replacement knobs in it. these are generic knobs designed to fit a wide variety of things, so try and find the drawer or whatever. it may be in the electrical section or it may be with the oddball screws and nuts and things. It's there, but dont ask if they have a replacment knob for a lasco fan, just ask for a selection of replacement knobs
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The fan and motor are both easily disassembled with a Phillips screwdriver and some gentle force to remove the blades. Try to use even pressure when removing both the blades and opening the motor housing. The only questions are whether to flush the existing lubricant out of the bearings and what to replace it with. If you know what to use it shouldn't be a problem. If anyone could suggest an oil or grease, please do.
That model is under recall. DISCONTINUE USE Also models 5132, 5345, 5364, 5420, 5532, 5534, 5566. For recall information see: http://www.laskoproducts.com/recall/recall_heater07.html or call Lasko Products toll free any time at 1-800-984-3311 to receive a free replacement heater.
First make sure heater is unplugged. Next, on the side of the heater locate two holes (see image) these are what's keeping everything in front together. unscrewing these and genty pulling sides out lwill release the top filter and front where control knob is and bottom filter where the heated air comes out. Clean filter & re assemble.