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You may need to check the owners manual. If you have lost the owners manual, you can download a new from this site for free:
Just type "Tower Fan" in the search box and browse through the results until you find your model.
Here's a link to a Lasko page where you can download an Owners Manual. Unfortunately, the link from that page no longer works, However, there is a 800 number for customer service. They can provide you with the Owners Manual. Hope this helped you.
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.
Lasko 52" tower fan, model 2535, works fine but has the annoying loud 3 second beeeep when turned on/off, waking us up at night. Have been unable to get at the circuit board to investigate due to non-std screws (regular slot head but with a bump in middle of slot, so slot is filled in in middle of screw head, if you will) Any thoughts on killing the beeeeping?