Safety Rules - Kenmore 583.35600 Owner's Manual

30,000 btu portable heater
Table of Contents

Advertisement

CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
.........................
2
SAFETY
RULES
.........................
2
WARRANTY
............................
3
ASSEMBLY
............................
3
SAFETY COMPLIANCE
....................
3
HOW TO USE YOUR HEATER
...............
3
Electrical
Information
....................
3
Fuel Specifications
......................
3
Ventilation
Requirements
.................
4
Operation
............................
4
To Start Heater
.....................
4
Using an Optional Thermostat
Control
.....
4
Using the Safety Control
Reset Button
.....
5
To Stop Heater
.....................
5
Storage ..............................
5
TAKING
CARE OF YOUR HEATER
...........
5
Exterior
.............................
5
Air and Lint Filters ......................
6
Fuel Tank ............................
6
Fuel Filter ............................
6
Upper Shell Removal .....................
7
Electrical
............................
7
Spark Plug .........................
7
Motor ............................
7
Cleaning the Fan
.......................
8
ADJUSTMENTS
.........................
8
Adjusting Pump Pressure ..................
8
TROUBLESHOOTING
YOUR HEATER
.........
9
REPAIR PARTS
.........................
11
SEARS PORTABLE
HEATER
................
14
INTRODUCTION
Read this
Owner's
Manual
carefully
and completely
before
attempting
to use or service this heater.
Your
Sears portable
heater is designed
and constructed
to assure a long service life
and provide
maximum
safety.
However,
improper
use of any
portable
heater can be dangerous
to life and property.
Be sure
to read and understand
the following
"Safety
Rules".
They
are also repeated
in the text
of the Manual
and are brought
to your
attention
by this symbol
_.
SAFETY RULES
ONLY plug heater cord into 3-wire extension cord which
plugs into standard household
3-prong outlet
or properly
installed adapter.
ONLY
use electrical
extension
cords as recommended
in
this Manual.
NEVER
fill
heater fuel tank while heater is plugged into
outlet.
NEVER
use gasoline, naphtha, paint thinner,
alcohol,
or
other volatile liquids as fuel.
ONLY
use heater in well ventilated
areas as described in
this Manual.
NEVER use heater in living or sleeping areas.
ALWAYS
keep children and pets away from heater.
ALWAYS
unplug
heater when children or pets may be in
area without
adults present.
REMEMBER,
an unattended
thermostat-controlled
heater
will start any time air temperature
drops, unless it is un-
plugged.
NEVER
handle, move or attempt to service heater while it
is plugged in, operating or hot.
REMEMBER
heater's hot air outlet will be extremely hot
after heater has been running.
ALWAYS
keep heater in a horizontal
(level) position, even
though it is not running, when fuel is in tank.
NEVER
use heater in areas having flammable
vapor or
heavy dust in air.
NEVER
use heater in area when gasoline, paint thinner,
or other flammable,
vapor-producing
products are present.
ONLY use heater with it standing on its base in a horizontal
(level) position.
NEVER attach ductwork
to heater's hot air outlet.
Minimum clearance from any combustible
materials: 8 feet
from hot air outlet and 4 feet from the top and sides.
ALWAYS
unplug heater and empty fuel tank before storing
heater.
NEVER
attempt to work on heater while it is plugged in,
while hot, or, if it must be in any position other than level,
with fuel in tank.
ALWAYS
make sure heater is unplugged before attempting
to remove spark plug.
ONLY
use heater in accordance with local ordinances and
code&
2

Advertisement

Table of Contents
loading

Subscribe to Our Youtube Channel

Table of Contents