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Kenmore 141.229952 Owner's Manual page 3

Liquid propane patio heater
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3. Properclearance fromcombustible materials
mustbe maintained at all times.
Minimum
clearances
are as follows:
Sides 24"
Top
18"
Below Reflector Head 85"
Combustible
materials include wood, compressed
paper, plant fibers, plastic, plexiglas or other
materials
capable of being ignited and burned.
Such materials shall be considered
combustible
even though flameproof,
fire-retardant
treated or
plastered. Additional
clearance
may be required
for glass, painted surfaces and other materials
which may be damaged
by radiant
or
convection
heat.
4.
Patio heater must be placed on a level surface.
5. The Gas Manifold supply pressure must be
regulated
at 11" water column utilizing a UL
listed regulator. Any replacement
regulator must
be UL listed. The minimum
inlet pressure to the
regulator from the tank is 10 psi and maximum
pressure is 150 psi.
6.
The patio heater must be inspected
before each
use, and annually
by a qualified
service
person.
All gas connections should be checked for leaks
utilizing a soap solution. Never use a flame for
this purpose.
The flame pattern can be observed
through
the perforated
emitter
grid on the heater
head assembly and should be visually
checked whenever
the patio heater is
operated
(see Fig. 1). If flames extend
more than 2 inches in height
or 1/2 inch
outside the surface of the Emitter
Grid or
black soot is accumulating
on the Emitter
Grid or Reflector,
the heater should be
turned off immediately.
The heater should
not be operated
again until repairs are
made.
FIGURE 1.
NORMAL
FLAME POSITION
2"
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1 II
0
The patio heater area must be kept clear
and free of combustible
materials, gasoline
and other flammable
vapors and liquids.
.
The heater head and its components
must
be kept clear of dirt and cobwebs.
Flow
of combustion
and ventilation
air through
the perforated
portions of the heater must
not be obstructed.
Clean patio heater only with noncombustible,
noncorrosive
cleaning agents.
The stainless steel Emitter Grid should be
kept free of debris. Never spray cleaners
into the Emitter Grid because of potential
harm to internal components.
NEVER paint
the Emitter Grid or Reflector.
The Regulator
Hose must be protected from
contact with hot or sharp surfaces
both
during use and while in storage.
Position the
hose so it does not rub against
the LP gas
Tank Cover which will be raised and lowered
frequently.
The hose assembly must be
visually
inspected
prior to each use of the
patio heater. If excessive
abrasion
or wear
is evident,
or the hose is cut, it must be
replaced
prior to operation.
DO NOT use a
Regulator or Hose Assembly
other than the
one supplied with the patio heater. The
replacement
Hose and Regulator Assembly
may be obtained from your Sears Service
Center or call 1-800-4-MY-HOME
@
(1-800-469-4663).
/f WARNING
A strong gas smell, or the hissing sound of
gas indicates
a serious problem with your
patio heater or the LP gas tank. Failure
to
immediately
follow the steps listed below
could result in a fire or explosion
which
could cause serious bodily injury, death, or
property damage.
• Shut off gas supply to the patio heater.
• Extinguish
any open flame.
• Get away from the LP gas tank.
• Do not try to fix the problem
yourself.
• If odor continues
or you have a fire you
cannot extinquish,
call your fire department.
Do not call near the LP gas tank because
your telephone
is an electrical
device and
could create a spark resulting
in fire
and/or explosion.

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