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The switch is probably bad. If you have used this heater for more than one season, then all that you can do is replace it. I have gone through about 6 of the Honeywell heaters through the years and Honeywell will not repair them after the warranty has run out. They only cost about $40.00 so they are fairly easy to replace.

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