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Max therm 33300 btu temp is set at 98 but turns off at 94

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What do you use to control it? If it's a separate controller (not the one on the heater) than these are adjustable temp. wise. You have to claibrate it. If you are using the controller on the heater than your thermostat is the most likely culprit, but that is a problem you could probably live with. Just adjust your temp setting higher.

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