PROPANE FORCED AIR
HEATER
operation manual
HL060F
HL125F
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table of contents
Safety
6 Safety Rules
7 Safety Warnings
Features
11 Features
Assembly
12 Components
12 Assembling Frame and Wheels
Operation
14 14 15 15 16 16 17 17 18 Kerosene (1-K)
Theory of Operation
Fueling Your Heater
Clearances
Ventilation
Starting the Heater
Stopping the Heater
Restarting the Heater
Long-Term Storage of the Heater
Maintenance
19 19 19 20 21 21 22 23 Fuel Tank
Fan Blades
Nozzle
Spark Plug
Photocell
Fuel Filter
Pump Pressure Adjustment
Air Bleed Directions
Troubleshooting
24 Troubleshooting Chart
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introduction
Attention: Read through the complete
manual prior to the initial use of your
Compressor
Using the Operator’s manual
The operating manual is an important part of your Heater and should
be read thoroughly before initial use, and referred to often to make sure
adequate safety and service concerns are being addressed.
Reading the owner’s manual thoroughly will help avoid any personal injury
or damage to your heater. By knowing how best to operate this machine
you will be better positioned to show others who may also operate the
unit.
You can refer back to the manual at any time to help troubleshoot any
specific operating functions, so store it with the machine at all times.
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product identification
Record Identification Numbers
Heater
If you need to contact an Authorized Dealer or Customer Service line (1866-770-1711) for information on servicing, always provide the
product model and identification numbers.
You will need to locate the model and serial number for the heater and
record the information in the places provided below.
Date of Purchase:
Dealer Name:
Dealer Phone:
Product Identification Numbers
Model Number:
Serial Number:
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safety
Save these Instructions
Safety Rules
This is the safety alert symbol. It is used
to alert you to potential personal injury
hazards. Obey all safety messages that
follow this symbol to avoid possible injury
or death.
The safety alert symbol ( ) is used with a signal word (DANGER,
CAUTION, WARNING), a pictorial and/or a safety message to alert
you to hazards.
DANGER indicates a hazard which, if not avoided, will result in death
or serious injury.
WARNING indicates a hazard which, if not avoided, could result in
death or serious injury.
CAUTION indicates a hazard which, if not avoided, might result in
minor or moderate injury.
NOTICE indicates a situation that could result in equipment damage.
Follow safety messages to avoid or reduce the risk of injury or death.
Hazard Symbols and Meanings
explosion
flying objects
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fire
hot surface
electric
shock
toxic fumes
moving parts
injection
safety
warning
• FIRE, BURN, INHALATION, AND EXPLOSION HAZARD. KEEP
COMBUSTIBLES, SUCH AS BUILDING MATERIALS, PAPER OR
CARDBOARD, A SAFE DISTANCE AWAY FROM THE HEATER AS
RECOMMENDED BY THESE INSTRUCTIONS. NEVER USE THE
HEATER IN SPACES WHICH CONTAIN PRODUCTS SUCH AS
GASOLINE, SOLVENTS, PAINT THINNERS, DUST PARTICLES,
VOLATILE OR AIRBORNE COMBUSTIBLES, OR ANY UNKNOWN
CHEMICALS.
warning
• NOT FOR HOME OR RECREATIONAL USE.
warning
• CALIFORNIA RESIDENTS: Combustion by-products produced when
using this product contain carbon monoxide, a chemical known to
the state of California to cause cancer and birth defects (or other
reproductive harm).
warning
• Do not operate this heater until you have read, and thoroughly
understand these safety and operating instructions.
warning
• FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH THE PRECAUTIONS AND
INSTRUCTIONS PROVIDED WITH THIS HEATER, CAN RESULT
IN DEATH, SERIOUS BODILY INJURY AND PROPERTY LOSS
OR DAMAGE FROM HAZARDS OF FIRE, EXPLOSION, BURN.
ASPHYXIATION, CARBON MONOXIDE POISONING AND / OR
ELECTRIC SHOCK. ONLY PERSONS WHO CAN UNDERSTAND
AND FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS SHOULD USE OR SERVICE
THIS HEATER. IF YOU NEED ASSISTANCE OR HEATER
INFORMATION SUCH AS AN INSTRUCTIONS MANUAL, LABEL,
ETC. CONTACT THE MANUFACTURER.
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safety
warning
• Carbon Monoxide Hazard This heater produces carbon monoxide,
which has no odor. Burning the heater in an enclosed space can
kill you. Never use the heater in enclosed spaces such as a tent, a
camper, any vehicle or recreational vehicle (RV), enclosed shelter, or
any other enclosed areas.
DANGER
• Not for use in residential living areas or in non-adequately ventilated
enclosed spaces. Never bring or store a propane cylinder indoors.
DANGER
• If the information in this manual is not followed exactly, a fire or
explosion may result causing property damage, personal injury or loss
of life.
warning
• This is an unvented portable heater. It uses air (oxygen) from the area
in which it is used. Adequate combustion and ventilation air must be
provided. Refer to VENTILATION on Page 5.
WHAT TO DO IF THE SMELL OF GAS IS PRESENT:
• DO NOT attempt to light heater.
• Extinguish any open flame.
• Shut off gas to heater.
• If odor continues, contact your local gas supplier or fire department.
• Do not touch any electric switch, do not use any. Immediately call
your gas supplier from a neighbors phone. Follow the gas suppliers
instructions.
• If you can not reach your gas supplier, call the fire department.
• Service must be done by a qualified service agency or the gas supplier.
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safety
This heater is designed and approved for use as a construction heater in
accordance with Standard ANSI Z83.7-2011/CSA 2.14-2011. CHECK
WITH YOUR LOCAL FIRE SAFETY AUTHORITY IF YOU HAVE ANY
QUESTIONS ABOUT APPLICATIONS. Other standards govern the use
of fuel gases and heating products for specific uses. Your local authority
can advise you about these.
The primary purpose of construction heaters is to provide temporary
heating of buildings under construction, alteration, or repair. Properly
used, the heater provides safe economical heating. Products of
combustion are vented into the area being heated.
IMPORTANT: Read this User’s Manual carefully and completely before
attempting to operate, assemble, or service this heater. Improper use
of the heater can cause serious injury or death from fire,explosion and
carbon monoxide poisoning. Every possible circumstance that may
involve a hazard cannot be anticipated. The warnings in this manual and
attached to the unit are therefore not all-inclusive. If a procedure, work
method or operating technique not specifically recommended by BE
Pressure is used, you must be sure it is safe for you and others. You
should also insure that equipment will not be damaged or made unsafe
by the operating or maintenance method you choose.
This is a direct-fired, forced-air construction heater for either indoor or
outdoor use. It’s intended use is primarily for the temporary heating of
buildings under construction, alteration or repair. All of the products
of combustion generated by this heater are forced through the heater
and released into the area being heated. This heater operates at
approximately 98%+ combustion efficiency, but still produces small
amounts of carbon monoxide. Humans can tolerate small amounts of
carbon monoxide for short periods. Carbon monoxide can build up in a
heated space, and failure to provide adequate ventilation could result in
poisoning or death.
You must provide the propane gas and cylinder(s). Use this heater only
with a propane vapor withdrawal supply system. Refer to Chapter 5 of
the Standard for Storage and Handling of Liquefied Petroleum Gas ,
ANSI/NFPA 58. Your local library or fire department will have this booklet.
• Children should be kept away.
• Always maintain proper clearance from combustible materials. Minimum
clearance should be:
Sides - 24” Top - 36” Front - 72”
• Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids in
the vicinity of this or any other appliance.
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safety
• An LP cylinder not connected for use shall not be stored in the vicinity
of this or any other appliance.
• Heater must be placed on level and solid footing.
• Never place anything, including clothes or other flammable items on
heater.
• Do not modify heater, or operate a heater that has been modified.
• Adequate clearance for accessibility, combustion and ventilation (air
supply) must be maintained at all times when heater is operating.
• Service and repair should be performed by a qualified service person.
The heater should be inspected before each use, and at least annually
by a qualified person. More frequent cleaning may be required as
necessary. Do not service heater while hot or operating.
• Never connect heater to an unregulated gas supply.
• This heater is equipped with a 3-prong (grounding) plug for your
protection against shock hazard and should be plugged directly into a
properly grounded three-prong receptacle.
• Use only the electrical/power cord specified. Electrical and grounding
connection must comply with National Electrical Code - ANSI/NFPA 70
(USA) and CSA C22.1 Canadian Electrical Code, Part 1 (Canada).
• To prevent injury, always wear gloves when handling heater. Never
handle an operating or hot heater, as severe burns may result.
• Use heater in accordance with all local codes. In the absence of local
codes, refer to The National Fuel Code, ANSI Z223.1.
• This heater is shipped from the factory for use with LP (propane) gas
only. Do not convert to any other gas. Installation must conform to
local codes, or in their absence, with the standard for the Storage and
Handling of Liquefied Petroleum Gases ANSI/NFPA 58 and the Natural
Gas and Propane Installation Code 149.1.
• Use only the regulator and hose assembly provided with this heater.
Inspect the regulator/hose assembly prior to each use of the heater. If
there is excessive abrasion or wear, or if the hose is cut, replace it with
the proper assembly shown in the parts list, prior to using the heater.
• Gas supply connections should be checked by using a 50/50 soap and
water solution. Never use a flame to check for gas leaks.
• Locate LP cylinder at least 6 feet (10 ft. in Canada) from the heater, and
do not direct heater discharge towards the LP cylinder unless it is at
least 20 feet from the heater.
• The electrical connection and grounding must comply with the National
Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70 and CSA C22.1 Canadian Electrical
Code, Part 1 (Canada) Canadian Electrical Code, Part 1. Use only a
properly grounded three (3) prong receptacle.
• Do not restrict air inlet or outlet areas of the heater.
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features
warning
• The hose assembly shall be pro tected from traffic, building material
and contact with hot surfaces both during use and while in storage.
warning
• Not for use with ductwork.
Minimum and Maximum inlet Pressure
HL060F
HL125F
Min.
5 PSI
Max.
Bottle Pressure
UNPACKING
1. Remove all packing items applied to heater for shipment. Keep plastic
cover caps attached to inlet connector and hose/regulator assembly
for storage.
2. Remove all items from carton.
3. Check all items for shipping damage. If heater is damaged, promptly
inform dealer where you purchased the heater
CAUTION
• The Propane (LP) gas pressure regulator and hose assembly supplied
with the heater must be used without alteration.
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NEVER LEAVE HEATER UNATTENDE
WHILE BURNING, CONNECTED TO A
POWER SOURCE, OR WHILE
CONNECTED TO A FUEL SOURCE
features
Features
- Portable, stable and fully assembled.
- 100% safety shut-off system.
- Wind resistant and rain protected.
- Adjustable input ratings (Except PT-40-GFA-A).
- Continuous spark ignition or piezo spark ignition.
- Adjustable Height Controller.
Features
components
Figure 1: Product Features
• Portable, stable and fully assembled.
• Wind resistant and Propane
rain protected.
Supply / Information
• Continuous spark ignition or piezo spark ignition.
specified in the American National Standard for Compressed
PROPANE •
100% safety shut-off system.
Gas Cylinder Valve Outlets and Inlet Connections.
You must provide the propane gas and cylinder(s). Use this
• Adjustable input ratings
- A safety relief valve having direct communications with the
heater only with a propane vapor withdrawal supply system.
• Adjustable
Height
Controller.
vapor space of the LP cylinder.
Refer to Chapter
5 of the Standard
for Storage
and Handling of
Liquefied Petroleum Gas , ANSI/NFPA 58. Your local library or
fire department will have this booklet.
- An arrangement of vapor withdrawal.
LP Characteristics:
- Flammable, explosive under pressure, heavier than air, and
pools in low areas.
1. The amount of gas in the cylinder of LPG.
The amount of LPG used with this heater varies. Both factors
are:
2. The temperature of the LP tank and its surroundings.
- In its natural state, propane has no odor, but for your safety an
odorant that smells like rotten cabbage has been added.
Average PT-40
PT-60V PT-125V PT-150V
Temp 20 or 100 20 or 100
100 lb.
100 lb.
cylinder
(°F) lb. cylinder lb. cylinder cylinder
- Contact of propane (LP) gas with the skin can cause freeze
burns.
- Heater is manufactured for use with LP gas only. DO NOT
attempt to convert to any other gas. Such modifications are
dangerous, and will void warranty.
- When heater is not in use, LP cylinder must be turned OFF
- Be sure that the LP cylinder is located on a level and stable surface.
- Do not use this heater in a basement or below ground level.
Propane (LP) is heavier than air, and will always seek the lowest level. If you suspect a leak, shut off the valve at the LP
cylinder immediately.
The Propane (LP) cylinder must also be equipped with the
following:
1
2
2
20°
1
1
2
2
10°
1
1
3
3
0°
1
1
3
3
-10°
2
2
-20°
2
2
Use Larger Use Large
Tank
Tank
Use Larger Use Large
Tank
Tank
of 100 lb LP cylinders required in cold weather. Your loca
LP dealer will help you select the proper LP supply
system.
- A shut-off valve terminating a LP cylinder valve outlet as
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Figure 2: The table above shows the minimum number
- A collar to protect the gas valve.
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propane supply/information
Propane Supply/Information
PROPANE
You must provide the propane gas and cylinder(s). Use this heater only
with a propane vapor withdrawal supply system. Refer to Chapter 5 of
the Standard for Storage and Handling of Liquefied Petroleum Gas ,
ANSI/NFPA 58. Your local library or fire department will have this booklet.
LP Characteristics:
• Flammable, explosive under pressure, heavier than air, and pools in low
areas.
• In its natural state, propane has no odor, but for your safety an odorant
that smells like rotten cabbage has been added.
• Contact of propane (LP) gas with the skin can cause freeze burns.
• Heater is manufactured for use with LP gas only. DO NOT attempt to
convert to any other gas. Such modifications are dangerous, and will
void warranty.
• When heater is not in use, LP cylinder must be turned OFF
• Be sure that the LP cylinder is located on a level and stable surface.
• Do not use this heater in a basement or below ground level. Propane
(LP) is heavier than air, and will always seek the lowest level. If you suspect a leak, shut off the valve at the LP cylinder immediately.
The Propane (LP) cylinder must also be equipped with the following:
• A collar to protect the gas valve.
• A shut-off valve terminating a LP cylinder valve outlet as specified in
the American National Standard for Compressed Gas Cylinder Valve
Outlets and Inlet Connections.
• A safety relief valve having direct communications with the vapor space
of the LP cylinder.
• An arrangement of vapor withdrawal.
The amount of LPG used with this heater varies. Both factors are:
1. The amount of gas in the cylinder of LPG.
2. The temperature of the LP tank and its surroundings.
Av. Temp
(°F)
32°
20°
10°
0°
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1
1
1
1
2
2
3
Use larger
tank
Use larger
tank
HL125F
2
2
3
-10°
-20°
The table above shows the minimum number of 100 lb LP cylinders
required in cold weather. Your local LP dealer will help you select the
proper LP supply system.
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propane supply/information
CAUTION
• Propane is safe to use when properly handled. Careless handling of
the LP cylinder could result in a fire and/or an explosion.
• Always keep LP cylinder securely fastened and in an upright position.
• Avoid tipping the LP cylinder on its side when connected to a regulator,
since this may cause damage to the diaphragm in the regulator.
• Handle valves with care.
• Never connect an unregulated LP cylinder to a construction heater.
• Do not subject LP cylinder to excessive heat.
• Tightly close the gas shutoff valve on the LP cylinder after each use.
• All fittings must be protected when disconnected from the LP cylinder.
• Never store an LP cylinder inside a building or in the vicinity of any gas
burning appliance.
CAUTION
• The disconnected tank must never be stored in a building, garage or
any other enclosed area.
• Do not restrict inlet or outlet of heater. Heater is never to be used with
duct work.
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CAUTION dled. Careless handling of the LP cylinder
could result in a fire and/or an explosion. Therefore:
use.
- All fittings must be protected when discon
cylinder.
- Always keep LP cylinder securely fastened and in an upright
position.
- Handle valves with care.
- Never store an LP cylinder inside a buildi
any gas burning appliance.
disconnected tan
CAUTION The
stored in a building, g
enclosed area.
- Never connect an unregulated LP cylinder to a construction
heater.
- Do not restrict inlet or outlet of heater. He
used with ductwork.
- Avoid tipping the LP cylinder on its side when connected to a
regulator, since this may cause damage to the diaphragm in the
regulator.
pre-lighting instructions
- Do not subject LP
cylinder to excessive heat.
Pre-Lighting
Instructions
CONNECTING THE LP CYLINDER
Pre-Lighting Instructions
All new LP cylinders must be purged before the first filling.
CONNECTING THE LP CYLINDER
- Fasten full Propane tank and connect pro
cylinder valve by turning COUNTERCLOC
ALL NEW LP CYLINDERS MUST BE PURGED BEFORE THE
- With heater gas valve knob still in OFF po
FIRST FILLING.
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- LP cylinder valve equipped with old style fitting has LEFT-
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THREADS. Turn fitting CLOCKWISE to loosen.
HANDED THREADS. Turn fitting CLOCKWISE to loosen.
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Connecting the Hose
/ Regulator to the LP
Cylinder
Figure 3: Connecting the Hose / Regulator to
the LP Cylinder
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Figure 4: Connecting the Hose
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enclosed area.
nstruction
- Do not restrict inlet or outlet of heater. Heater is never to be
used with ductwork.
pre-lighting instructions
-Lighting Instructions
- Fasten full Propane tank and connect proper fitting to LP
cylinder valve by turning COUNTERCLOCKWISE.
FORE THE
• Fasten full Propane tank and connect proper fitting to LP cylinder valve
- With heater gas valve knob still in OFF position, turn ON LP
by cylinder
turningvalve
COUNTERCLOCKWISE.
and check for leaks with soap solution.
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• With heater gas valve knob still in OFF position, turn ON LP cylinder
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several tries, contact Pinnacle Customer Service at 215-891a leak.
8460. If a leak is found, turn off the gas supply, and re-connect the
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connection. If the leak persists after several tries, contact BE
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- The installation of this heater must meet all local codes and/or
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rials must be maintained at all times (See Page 3).
must be maintained at all times (See Page 3).
Connecting the Hose to
Heater Inlet
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Figure 4: Connecting the Hose to Heater Inlet
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ventilation
Ventilation
caution
• Always provide a fresh air opening in the heated space of at least
three square feet (2,800 sq. cm.) for each 100,000 BTU/hr of heater
output.
• a two-car garage door open 6 inches, or
• a single car garage open 9 inches, or
• two thirty two inch wide windows open 15 inches.
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lighting instructions
Lighting Instructions
TO START
1. Connect power cord to a properly grounded three (3) prong 120V, 60
Hz, extension cord.
Extension Cord Wire Requirements:
6 to 10 feet (1.8 to 3 meters) long, use 18 AWG conductor.
11 to 100 feet (3.4 to 30.53 meters) long, use 16 AWG conductor.
101 to 200 feet (30.8 to 61 meters) long, use 14 AWG conductor.
2. Connect heater to a proper LP cylinder.
3. Turn gas valve clockwise to OFF position.
4. Wait five (5) minutes for any gas to clear. Smell for gas; if you do not
smell gas, go to Step 4.
5. Push in and turn gas control knob counterclockwise to LOW/IGN
position. This will light the burner. If needed, keep pressing control
knob until the burner lights and keep pressing and turning from OFF to
LOW/ IGN on Piezo electric spark models
6. Keep the valve knob depressed for at least 30 seconds after lighting
the burner. After 30 seconds, release valve knob.
7. If burner does not stay lit, repeat lighting procedure.
8. When burner stays lit, turn gas valve knob counterclockwise to desired
setting
shutdown instructions
To shut off heater:
1. Turn gas valve knob clockwise to OFF position.
2. Turn gas supply OFF by turning LP cylinder valve clockwise to close.
3. Disconnect the power cord.
test firing the heater
Test fire your construction heater following the lighting instructions
applicable to the gas control system employed.
Leak test all gas connections with 50/50 soap and water solution prior
to start-up. Soap bubbles indicate a gas leak. DO NOT use a match or
flame to test for gas leaks.
NOTE: Heater surface temperature must be cold before initiating service,
cleaning or storage.
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storage/maintenance
Storage/Maintenance
Always disconnect the heater from the LP cylinder before putting the
heater into storage. If for any reason the heater is to be stored indoors,
the tank MUST be disconnected from the LP cylinder, and the cylinder
stored outdoors in a well-ventilated area, out of the reach of children, and
in accordance with the Standard for Storage and Handling of Liquefied
Gases, ANSI/NFPA 58 - latest edition and Natural Gas and Propane
Installation Code, CSA 149.1. The plastic valve plug or valve cover
supplied with the cylinder must be re-installed on the valve to protect the
fitting from damage.
Always be sure to follow proper maintenance procedures. This should
include cleaning the inside the heater once a month, and checking the
spark gap at least once a heating season.
danger
• Never store an LP cylinder inside of a building, or near any other gas
or oil burning appliances.
NOTICE
• Installation and repair of this heater should be done by a qualified
service person.
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wiring diagrams
NEVER LEAVE HEATER UNATTENDED
WHILE BURNING, CONNECTED TO A
POWER SOURCE, OR WHILE
CONNECTED
A FUEL
SOURCE
NEVER
LEAVE TO
HEATER
UNATTENDED
Wiring Diagrams
PIEZO/MANUAL SPARK MODELS
Wiring Diagrams
WHILE BURNING, CONNECTED TO A
POWER SOURCE, OR WHILE
CONNECTED TO A FUEL SOURCE
Wiring Diagrams
NOTE: If any original wiring as supplied with the
heater must be replaced, it must be with type AWG
105°C wire or its equivalent, except as indicated.
Figure 5: Wiring Diagram for Piezo/Manual Spark Models
NOTE: If any original wiring as supplied with the
heater must be replaced, it must be with type AWG
105°C wire or its equivalent, except as indicated.
Figure 5: Wiring Diagram
for Piezo/Manual
Spark Models
CONTINUOUS
SPARK
MODELS
NOTE: If any original wiring as supplied with the
heater must be replaced, it must be with type AWG
105°C wire or its equivalent, except as indicated.
Figure 6: Wiring Diagram for Continuous Spark Models
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NOTE: If any original wiring as supplied with the
heater must be replaced, it must be with type AWG
105°C wire or its equivalent, except as indicated.
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parts list
EXPLODED VIEW
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NEVER LEAVE HEATER UNATTENDED
WHILE BURNING, CONNECTED TO A
POWER SOURCE, OR WHILE
CONNECTED TO A FUEL SOURCE
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Figure 7: Exploded View for all models
Parts Lists
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parts lists
parts breakdown
REF #
DESCRIPTION
HL060F
HL125F
1
Outer Shell
22-524-0021
22-524-0022
2
Inner Shell Assembly
22-524-0004
22-524-0005
3
Base
22-501-0001
22-501-0002
4
Height Controller
22-512-0005
22-512-0008
5
Base Cover
22-508-0001
22-508-0002
6
Inner Shell Cap
22-505-0010
22-505-0011
7
Multi Bracket Assembly
22-504-0002
22-504-0003
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Thermal Switch
22-603-0010
22-603-0001
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Tubing Assembly
22-605-0001
22-605-0002
10
Nozzle
22-081-0014
22-081-0015
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Nozzle Nut
22-518-0001
22-518-0001
12
Handle
22-511-0005
22-511-0005
13
Flange Hex Nut
22-518-0003
22-518-0003
14
Fan
22-514-0001
22-514-0002
15
Cushion Pad
22-509-0001
22-509-0001
16
Motor Assembly
22-061-0015
22-061-0016
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Guard
22-101-0003
22-101-0004
18
Round Bolt
22-503-0002
22-503-0003
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Valve Assembly
22-011-0017
22-011-0018
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Inlet Connector
22-507-0003
22-507-0003
21
Spark Module
22-604-0005
22-604-0005
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PCB Assembly
22-521-0002
22-521-0002
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PCB Case
22-506-0001
22-506-0001
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Valve Knob
22-516-0001
22-516-0001
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Power Cord Assembly
22-131-0001
22-131-0001
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Thermal Switch Cable
22-601-0001
22-601-0001
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Hex Nut
22-518-0004
22-518-0004
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Regulator
22-041-0004
22-041-0005
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troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
troubleshooting chart
Problem
Possible Case
Solution
Fan does not turn
when electricity is
connected
1. No electric power to
heater.
2. Blades of fan in contact
with heater housing.
3. Fan blades bent.
4. Fan motor defective.
1. Check current at outlet. If
voltage is correct, inspect
extension and power cords for
cuts,frays or breaks.
2. Check housing for damage. Be
sure there are no dents in the
housing obstructing the fan.
3. Straighten all fan blades.
4. Replace Motor Assembly.
Heater will not fire
(ignite)
1. No spark at module.
2. Incorrect spark gap.
3. Corroded electrode.
1. Inspect module wire. Re-attach,
or tighten if loose. Inspect Spark
module, and replace if necessary.
Inspect all other electrical
components.
2. Set plug gap to 0.16” (4mm).
3. Replace spark plug (MultiBracket Assembly).
Heater stops
running by itself
1. Temperature inside
heater is too high,
causing thermal switch to
shut down operation.
2. Damaged control valve.
3. Dust or debris
accumulated in heater.
1. If heater input or output is
restricted, the inside temperature
can become too hot. Keep the
areas in front and behind heater
clear of obstructions.
2. Replace control valve (Valve
Assembly). 3. Clean inside of
heater.
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warranty
LIMITED WARRANTY
BE Pressure Supply Inc. warrants this heater to the original retail
purchaser only, to be free from defects in material and workmanship
for a period of one (1) year from the date of initial purchase. This
product must be properly installed, maintained and operated in
accordance with the instructions provided.
BE Pressure Supply Inc. requires reasonable proof of your date of
purchase from an authorized retailer or distributor. Therefore, you
should keep your sales slip, invoice, or cancelled check from the
original purchase. This Limited Warranty shall be limited to the repair
or replacement of parts, which prove defective under normal use and
service within the warranty period, and which BE Pressure Supply Inc.
shall determine at its reasonable discretion.
This warranty does not apply to products purchased for rental use.
This Limited Warranty does not cover any failures or operating
difficulties due to normal wear and tear, accident, abuse, misuse,
alteration, misapplication, improper installation or improper
maintenance and service by you or any third party. Failure to perform
normal and routine maintenance on the heater, shipping damage,
damage related to insects, birds, or animals of any kind, and damage
due to weather conditions are also not covered. In addition, the
Limited Warranty does not cover damage to the finish, such as
scratches, dents, discoloration, rust or other weather damage, after
purchase.
All transportation costs for the return of the damaged product or parts
will be the responsibility of the purchaser. Upon receipt of damaged
item, BE Pressure Supply Inc. will examine the item and determine
if defective. BE Pressure Supply Inc. will repair or replace and return
the item, freight pre-paid. If BE Pressure Supply Inc. finds the item
to be in normal operating condition, or not defective, the item will be
returned freight collect. This Limited Warranty is in lieu of all other
express warranties. BE Pressure Supply Inc. disclaims all warranties
for products that are purchased from sellers other than authorized
retailers or distributors.
AFTER THE PERIOD OF THE ONE (1) YEAR EXPRESS
WARRANTY EXPIRES, BE PRESSURE SUPPLY INC. DISCLAIMS
ANY AND ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING WITHOUT
LIMITATION THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY
AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR APPLICATION. FURTHER, BE
Inc. SHALL HAVE NO LIABILITY WHATSOEVER TO PURCHASER
OR ANY THIRD PARTY FOR ANY SPECIAL, INDIRECT, PUNITIVE,
INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES.
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warranty
BE Pressure Supply Inc. assumes no responsibility for any defects
caused by third parties. This Limited Warranty gives the purchaser
specific legal rights; a purchaser may have other rights depending
upon where he or she lives. Some states do not allow the exclusion
or limitation of special, incidental or consequential damages, or
limitations on how long a warranty lasts, so the above exclusion and
limitations may not apply to you.
BE Pressure Supply Inc. does not authorize any person or company
to assume for it any other obligation or liability in connection with
the sale, installation, use, removal, return, or replacement of its
equipment, and no such representations are binding on BE Pressure
Supply Inc.
Always be sure to specify model number and serial number when
making any claim with BE Pressure Supply Inc.
For your convenience use the space provided below to list this
information:
Model #: _________________________
Serial #: __________________________
Date of Purchase: __________________
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If you need assistance with the
assembly or operation of this
Heater please call
1-866-770-1711
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