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How to reset Tilt Switch in LASKO Ceramic Heater 5540?

After overnight use of LASKO 5540 heater, found it's dead in the morning. Didn't use timer because having dead furnace. Guessing it's due to automatic shut-off Tilt Swich (safety) triggered by overheating. If it's true, where is this safety switch? How can I reset it? Right now, fan or oscilator is working. At low or high heating position, heating is OK, but fan is not working! Help! Thanks!

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I don't have manual, it's a borrowed one. Several days later, I pushed the botton at the bottom several times, looks it solved my problem.

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I can only get to 49degess how do I get it to go up

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