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I have a Holmes hch6001 electric heater when I turn it on the fan runs faster than normal and it will not heat up

When you unplug for 10 min the first time it comes it heats up then fan comes heats to set temp. then when it comes back on the fan runs faster than mormal and the unit will not heat up..

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