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Hi my name is Nick and I work at hotel zaza in the Dragonfly restaurant. We own a hatco booster heater and currently it is not working correctly. We checked the fuses and hit the reset button, but still no luck. It is not reaching the 180 degree mark. What can I do? Nick

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I would check the element that maybe bad

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