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There is a Singer Baseboard Heater in one of my rooms. We bumped it while moving furniture today and it turned on. We have tried moving the dial both left and right and can't get it to turn off. Any idea of how to turn it off? If not, how do we remove it altogether.

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I was able to determine and turn off the breaker. I am having a heating and air conditioning company remove the heater altogether. Thank you for checking back with me.

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