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Try cool it down, and give it a break (if you have used it constantly over a long time). Otherwise you could try clean it for dust, some heaters sucks alot if dust into themselves.
Last option is to get to the customer support at the store you bought it at, and tell them you're problem, they will help you gladly, and probably give you a new one if they can't fix it ;)

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