Electric oil filled radiator 120v 60hz 1200 watts (13 pages)
Summary of Contents for Kenwood 6708EP
IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS SAVETHESEINSTRUCTIONS INSTRUCIONES PARA EL USO REPASE Y GUARDE ESTASINSTRUCCIONES The Kenwood electricoil filled radiators are the finest and mostversatileportable heatersavai- lable. Pleasereview the following to ensurethe fullestbenefitfrom their features. Losradiadores el_ctricos de aceite Kenwood son los mejoresy m6s vers_tilescalentadores port, tilesen el mercado.
IMPORTANTSAFEGUARDS When using electrical appliances, basic precautions should always be followed to reduce risk of fire, electric shock, and injury to persons, including the following: 1. Read all instructions before using this heater. Never for any reason cover the appliance during operation as this could lead to dangerous overheating.
HOW TO USE YOUR HEATER FITTINGTHEWHEELS Remove the feet with the bracket wheels from the polystyrene packing. Turn the radia- tor upside-down and rest on the polystyrene. Fit the wheels to the spindles on the feet and push firmly until they click into position. Pull each wheel to check that it is correctly inserted.
OPERATION SETrlNG THE CLOCK For the first time, set the clock to the correct time, proceeding as follows: • Press the button "hour" until the display shows the hours for the correct mime, then release the button. • Press the button "min" until the display shows the minutes for the correct time, then release the button.
This heater has Electronic Climate Control which automatically monitors and selects the ideal power setting to maintain your chosen temperature. If the selected temperature is higher than the actual room temperature, the appliance will start automatically and rapidly heat the room until it reaches the selected tempe- rature.
4- To set programme B, press the " Q AUTO" button again and then proceed above to select the start hours and minutes. The set time will be the same as for the first programme. When the operating time is changed, the time of both pro- grammes is updated S-- Use the "÷"...