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English - Honeywell HW-220E User Instructions

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IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
Read through all the instructions before starting to
use the panel heater. Keep these user instructions
in a safe place for future reference.
1.
Only use the panel heater in a location that is
inaccessible to children.
Do not use the panel heater outdoors.
2.
3.
Place the panel heater on a firm, even surface.
Make sure it the heater standing securely so
that it cannot tip over or fall off. Only use the
panel heater when it is in an upright position
and only with mounted feet.
For wall mounting the panel heater must only
4.
be mounted on heat-proof surfaces, and never
on a wooden, synthetic or other inflammable
surface.
The feet must not be attached to the panel
heater when wall mounting. Please observe
the safety distances as illustrated in Fig. 7.
5.
Unwind the power cable completely. An
incompletely unwound power cable can lead
to overheating and cause a fire.
6.
Do not use an extension power cable, a varia-
ble speed controller or a timer. This can cause
overheating, fire and an electric shock.
7.
The panel heater must only be connected to a
single-phase power socket with the current as
stated on the type plate.
8.
Always disconnect the power plug from the
socket when the panel heater is not in use, or
when it is handled, moved or cleaned. Allow
the panel heater to cool. Do not pull at the
cable to disconnect the plug.
9.
Do not use the panel heater anywhere near
easily inflammable gases or materials such as
solvents, varnishes, glues etc.
10. Do not install the panel heater immediately
below a power socket.
11. Do not use the panel heater in any kind of
vehicle (e.g. builders' cabin, lift, elevator,
caravan, automobile, cabin) or in any similar
enclosed space
12. Warning: The panel heater gets hot during
use. Keep burnable materials such as cushi-
ons, bedding, furniture, paper, curtains and
clothing at least 90 cm away from the panel
heater.
13. Keep the panel heater clean. Make sure that
the front grid is open before the heater is put
into operation. Do not allow any objects to get

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into the heater. Do not cover up the panel
heater (marked by the symbol
the panel heater). This can cause overheating,
fire and electric shock.
14. Do not immerse the panel heater in water or
any other liquids and do not pour water or any
other liquids over or into the heater.
15. Clean the panel heater regularly. Please follow
the cleaning instructions.
16. If the power cable of the panel heater is
damaged it must be repaired in a workshop
approved by the manufacturer, as special tools
are needed.
17. Do not operate the panel heater if it is dama-
ged or shows any signs of damage, or if it is
not working properly. Disconnect the power
plug from the socket.
ASSEMBLY
• This panel heater may be used with feet on the
floor or attached directly to the wall.
• For floor use, attach the feet to the lower part
of the panel heater by snapping each foot into
the matching holes (fig.1).
• As shown in fig. 1A, please tighten the feet at
the bottom of the appliance using the screws
provided.
• Place the panel heater on a firm, level, open
surface at least 90 cm away from any other
object. DO NOT use on an unstable surface
such as bedding or deep carpeting.
• For wall mounting, secure the wall attachment
clips into the wall with the screws provided (fig.7).
• Attach the wall spacers on the back of the
panel heater to keep the minimum distance to
the wall. Attach the panel heater to the
mounting clips, using the mounting holes on
the back of the panel heater (fig.2).
POWER CABLE WINDING
• Mount the wall spacer at the bottom of the rear
side of the heater.
• Wind the power cable around the wall
spacer (Fig. 8).
• When you wish to use the panel heater, you
must completely unwind the power cable. An
incompletely unwound power cable can lead to
overheating and cause a fire.
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