Operation; To Start Heater - Kenmore 583.35600 Owner's Manual

30,000 btu portable heater
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VENTILATION
REQUIREMENTS
Only use heater in well Ventilated areas.
Never use heater in living or sleeping areas.
Never use heater in areas having flammable
vapor
or heavy dust in air.
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Never
use heater
in
an area
when
gasoline,
paint
thinner,
or
other
flammable,
vapor
producing
pro ducts are p resent.
When using this heater, at least three (3) square feet of
fresh air, for each 100,000 BTU's is required.
It is best to
have cross-ventilation
in the area if possible.
Ventilation requirements,
for example, with this 30,000 BTU
heater, if used in a two-car garage, win require a double wide
door to be raised 1 inch. A single car garage door must be
raised 2 inches. In any average-sized
room, two 30-inch
windows would each have to be raised 3 inches.
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OPERATION
Only use heater with it standing on its base in a
horizontal (level) pos#ion.
Never attach ductwork to heater's hot air outlet.
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Minimum clearance from any combustible materials;
8 feet from hot air outlet and 4 feet from the top and
sides.
Always keep children and pets away from heater.
Always unplug heater when children orpets may be
in the area without adults present.
TO START
HEATER
1. Remove fuel tank
cap; fill
the heater fuel tank with
kerosene or No. 1 fuel oil; install cap.
2. Be sure the ventilation
and safety procedures have been
carried out.
3. Plug the heatercord
with an approved extension cord, into
a standard household 3-prong outlet. (120 volt 60Hz).
4. The heater will immediately
start (ignite). If it does not,
see "Using
The Safety Control
Reset Button"
in this
manual.
Using An Optional
Automatic
Thermostat
Control
(Available
at Most Sears Stores)
_
emember,
an unattended,
thermostat-controlled
heater will start any time air temperature
drops,
unless it is unplugged.
1. Repeat steps 1 and 2 above.
2. Plug the thermostat
into a standard 3-prong household
outlet.
3.
4.
5o
Set the thermostat
dial
to the desired temperature.
Plug the heater cord with an approved extension cord,
into the thermostat
outlet.
If the air temperature
is higher than the thermostat
setting, the heater will not start. When the air temperature
drops
below
the thermostat
setting,
the heater will
immediately
start
(ignite). When the air is warmed to
the temperature
setting
of the thermostat,
the heater
will
turn off.
The on-off
cycle will continue
so as to
maintain
the desired temperature.
If the heater fails to
start, see "Using The Safety Control
Reset Button"
in
this manual.
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