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    When I set the thermostat it never shuts off when it reachs the desired tempature it just keeps getting hotter.

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The manual isn't very helpful.

There are three modes to the heater. Hit the mode button once, and it will display the temperature of the room with a small flashing thermometer. Set it to whatever temperature you want - BUT don't hit the mode button again! If you hit it again, it will move through the timer mode, then continuous run mode (which displays a little circle in the upper left). Same goes for the timer. If you want it to shut itself down in up to 10 hours, press the mode button until you get to the timer, set the timer for however many hours you want, and then don't hit the mode button again.

It stays in whatever mode you set it to.

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