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Temp is set at 68 degrees ,monitor is still running at 84 degrees in the room. what can be wrong.

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Do you have the economy plus button light on? When you press the economy plus, the heater will run until it is 12 degrees above what you have it set on before it will cut off. If this is not the case then you may be looking at a circuit board issue.

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