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Kenmore 141.229952 Owner's Manual page 4

Liquid propane patio heater
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8. Installation anduseof this patioheatermust
conformwith local codesor, in the absenceof
local codes,with the Standards of Storageand
Handling of Liquefied Petroleum Gases,ANSI/
NFPA58.
9. This patioheateris designed to operatewith a
standard 20 lb. LiquidPropaneGas(LP gas)
tankwith Type 1 TankConnection Deviceas
shownin Fig. 2. (A.G.A.Requirements 1 0-94).
The propanetank must(1) be providedwith a
shutoffvalve.The outletof the tankvalvemust
be 1-5/16ACMEmalethreadspecifiedin Type
1 TankConnection Deviceper A.G.A.
requirement 1 0-94.Per standard, t he tank valve
is designed to providea positivesealingdevice
for safety;(2) the tank supplysystemmustbe
arranged for vaporwithdrawal; a nd (3) the tank
usedmust includea collarto protectthe tank
valve.The LP gassupplytank mustbe
constructed and markedin accordance with the
specifications f or LP gas tanksof the U.S.
Department of Transportation.
Figure 2
Propane Tank
(not included)
TYPE 1 TANK
/
i-
CONNECTION
j
DEVICE
R4uIator
Coupling Nut
Screw the coupling nut of regulator onto the outlet
tank valve.
10. The tank valve outlet must be maintained
in
good condition.
When the tank is not
connected
to the patio heater, cover the valve
with the tank supplied,
dust cap. A leak test
should be performed
with soapy water
whenever
connecting
a new tank. Never use a
match to test for leaks.
11. The propane tank must be turned off whenever
the patio heater is not in use. When the patio
heater is stored indoors, the connection
between the propane tank and the heater must
be disconnected
and stored in accordance
with
Chapter
5 of the Standard
for Storage
and
Handling of Liquefied
Gases, ANSI/NFPA
58.
12.
13.
14.
15.
Clothing or other flammable
materials should
not be hung from the heater, or placed
on or
near the heater. The area above the post may
be extremely
hot. Direct contact with these
metal surfaces
should be avoided
in order to
prevent burns or clothing ignition.
The patio heater has been designed with several
safety features.
These include
a 100% safety
shutoff control, elevated heating element, weighted
base, and Type 1 Tank Connection
Device.
The Electronic
Ignition System is an
advanced
feature which makes lighting the
patio heater a very easy and matchless
process. Any modification
to the patio heater
not described
in the Owner's Manual may
compromise
the safety of this appliance
and
will void your warranty.
Special
concern
should be given to the following warnings:
z WARNING
• DO NOT shorten the post length
• DO NOT bypass the thermocouple
• DO NOT operate
heater without a reflector
• DO NOT operate without
the weighted
base
• DO NOT attempt to convert the patio heater
for natural
gas use.
Failure
to comply
with these instructions
could
result
in a fire or explosion
which
could
cause serious
bodily
injury,
death,
or property
damage.
For outdoor
use only. If stored indoors,
detach and leave LP gas tank outdoors.
The
LP gas supply tank must be disconnected
when patio heater is not in use.
CAUTION:
You must use only the gas
regulator
provided with this patio heater. This
regulator
is set for an outlet pressure
of 11
inches water column.

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