Remington HH-70-SS User`s manual

User’s Manual & Operating Instructions
Model Numbers
HH-70-SS-A
CONSUMER: READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
GENERAL HAZARD WARNING:
READ AND UNDERSTAND ALL OF THE INSTRUCTIONS IN THIS MANUAL
BEFORE ASSEMBLING, STARTING, OR SERVICING THE HEATER. Be sure to comply with the
instructions and warnings provided with this heater. Failure to comply can result in fire or explosion
that can cause property loss, bodily injury, or loss of life. Only persons who can follow and
understand these instructions should operate or service this heater. If you need heater info; such as
an operating manual, labels, etcetera, contact Pinnacle Products International at 800-641-6996.
DANGER
NOT FOR USE IN RESIDENTIAL LIVING AREAS OR IN ENCLOSED SPACES
WITHOUT ADEQUATE VENTILATION. TO BE USED IN WELL VENTILATED
COMMERCIAL / INDUSTRIAL OCCUPANCIES. This is an unvented portable heater that uses
air (Oxygen) from within the area in which it is used. Failure to provide adequate combustion and
ventilation air will result in asphyxiation, carbon monoxide poisoning, bodily injury or death. Refer to
“Ventilation” on Page 5.
DANGER
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Table Of Contents
Safety Information.............................................1-2
Features and Specifications.................................3
HH-70-SS-A Assembly.........................................4
Ventilation............................................................5
Operation..........................................................5-6
Maintenance.....................................................7-8
Troubleshooting Guide........................................9
Wiring Diagram..................................................10
Exploded View...................................................11
Parts List............................................................12
Warranty.............................................................14
Safety Information
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. 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. Bulk fuel storage should be a minimum of 25 feet from heater.
WARNING DO NOT OPERATE THIS HEATER UNTIL YOU HAVE READ AND THOROUGHLY
UNDERSTAND THESE SAFETY AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS.
Failure to comply with the precautions and instructions provided with this heater can result in death,
serious bodily injury, property loss or damage from the hazards of fire, soot production, explosions,
burns, asphyxiation or carbon monoxide poisoning. Only persons who can read and understand
these instructions should use or service this heater.
WARNING DO NOT START THE HEATER WHEN EXCESS OIL HAS ACCUMULATED.
WARNING DO NOT START THE HEATER WHEN THE CHAMBER IS HOT.
WARNING CALIFORNIA RESIDENTS: This product contains chemicals, including lead, known
to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm.
Wash hands after handling.
MASSACHUSETTS RESIDENTS: Massachusetts state law prohibits the use of this heater in
any building which is used in whole or in part for human habitation. Use of this heating device in
Massachusetts requires local fire department permit (M.G.L.C. 148, Section 10A).
NEW YORK CITY RESIDENTS: The New York City Fire Code prohibits the storage, handling
and use of kerosene fueled heaters for space heating. Any person violating that provision may be
punished by a fine up to $10,000 and a term of imprisonment of up to 6 months.
THE INSTALLATION OF THIS HEATER SHALL COMPLY WITH THE REGULATIONS OF THE
AUTHORITIES HAVING JURISDICTION.
Look for this icon throughout the manual for helpful tips on how to
assemble, use and clean your OFR Heater.
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Safety Information
WARNING RISK OF INDOOR AIR
POLLUTION!
WARNING RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK!
The products described in this manual are
Kerosene/Diesel direct-fired, forced air heaters.
Kerosene/Diesel forced air heaters are primarily
intended for use for temporary heating of
buildings under construction, alteration or repair.
Direct-fired means that all of the combustion
products of the heater enter the heated space.
This appliance is rated at 98% combustion
efficiency, but does produce small amounts of
carbon monoxide.
WARNING CARBON MONOXIDE POISONING
MAY LEAD TO DEATH!
ALWAYS use only the electrical power (voltage and
frequency) specified on the model plate of the heater.
Carbon monoxide is toxic. Humans can tolerate
only small amounts of carbon monoxide and so
precautions should be taken to provide proper
ventilation. Failure to provide proper ventilation
in accordance with the instructions in this manual
can result in death.
NEVER use fuels such as gasoline, benzine, paint
thinners or other oil compounds in this heater.
People with breathing problems should consult a
physician before using this heater.
NEVER use duct work in front of heater.
Early signs of carbon monoxide poisoning
resemble the flu. Symptoms of improper
ventilation / carbon monoxide poisoning are:
NEVER transport heater with fuel in tank.
ALWAYS use only three-prong, grounded outlet and
extension cord.
ALWAYS use only 14 AWG or better extension cord.
ALWAYS unplug the heater when not in use.
ALWAYS install the heater so that it is not directly
exposed to water spray, rain, dripping water, or wind.
RISK OF BURNS, FIRE AND
WARNING EXPLOSION!
NEVER refill the heater’s fuel tank while the
heater is operating or still hot. This heater is
EXTREMELY HOT while in operation.
NEVER block air outlet (front).
NEVER move or handle heater while still hot.
NEVER use with an external fuel tank.
WARNING CAUTION! HOT WHILE IN
OPERATION. DO NOT TOUCH.
KEEP CHILDREN, ANIMALS, CLOTHING AND
COMBUSTIBLES AWAY FROM HEATER.
Headache • Dizziness • Nausea • Dry Mouth
Sore Throat • Burning of Nose and Eyes
If you experience any of these symptoms:
GET FRESH AIR AT ONCE! Have your heater
serviced and check for proper ventilation. Some
people are more affected by carbon monoxide
than others. These include: pregnant women,
those with heart or lung problems, anemia or those
under the influence of alcohol or at high altitudes.
Keep all combustible materials away from this heater.
Minimum Clearance From Combustibles
HH-70-SS-A
Use this heater in only well ventilated areas!
Provide at least a three square foot
(2,800 sq cm) opening of outside air for
every 100,000 Btu / Hr heater rating. Refer to
“Ventilation” on page 7 for further instructions.
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Top
4 ft.
Sides
4 ft.
Front
8 ft.
ALWAYS locate heater on a stable and level surface.
If your heater is equipped with a thermostat,
once it is plugged in, it can start at anytime in
accordance with the thermostat setting.
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Specifications
Model #
HH-70-SS-A
70,000
Rating: Btu/Hr
Fuel Consumption: G/Hr
.50
Fuel Tank Capacity: G
4
Max Operating Hours
7.2
Volts: AC/Hz
120V / 60Hz
Amps
5
Heating Area m
1,750
2
Specifications subject to change without notice.
Features
HH-70-SS-A
Figure 1
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Assembly Instructions
HH-70-SS-A
Note: Save the box and packaging materials for future storage.
- Remove the heater and all packaging materials
from the shipping carton.
What’s In The Box
Carry Handle (1)
Black Screws (2)
Tools Needed:
- Phillips Head Screw Driver
Carry Handle Assembly
1. Align holes in the upper housing with the 2
holes in the handle as shown in Figure 2.
2. Insert screws and tighten firmly.
Attach the handle while still in the box
for easier unpacking. (See Figure 3)
Figure 2
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Figure 3
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Fueling The Heater:
Operation
Ventilation:
Kerosene
For optimal performance of this heater, it is
strongly suggested that Kerosene be used.
Kerosene has been refined to virtually eliminate
contaminants, such as sulfur, which can cause
a rotten egg odor during the operation of the
heater. Using diesel fuel can cause excess soot
production. Do not use Bio-Diesel as this fuel will
damage your heater’s seals and filter.
- Risk of indoor air pollution and Carbon
Monoxide Poisoning. Use heater only in well
ventilated areas.
- Refer to Safety Information on pages 1-2 for
information about Carbon Monoxide Poisoning.
- Always provide a fresh air opening in the heated
space of at least 2,800 square centimeters
(3 sq. ft) for each 100,00 Btu / Hr. of heater output.
Provide a larger opening if more heaters are being
used.
NEVER REFUEL THIS HEATER
WHILE IT IS HOT OR
OPERATING. FIRE OR EXPLOSION COULD
RESULT.
DANGER
DANGER
CARBON MONOXIDE POISONING
MAY LEAD TO DEATH!
As an example, a HH-70-SS-A will require:
- A two car garage door open 6 inches or.
- A single car garage open 9 inches or.
- Two (2) 32 inch windows open 15 inches.
CAUTION NEVER FILL THE FUEL TANK
INDOORS. ALWAYS FILL
THE TANK OUTDOORS. BE SURE THAT
THE HEATER IS ON LEVEL GROUND WHEN
FUELING, AND NEVER OVERFILL THE TANK.
WARNING DO NOT USE GASOLINE OR
CRANKCASE DRAININGS.
Minimum Ventilation Opening Needed
HH-70-SS-A
- NEVER use fuel such as, benzene, alcohol, white
glass, camp stove fuel, paint thinners, or other oil
compounds in this heater. THESE ARE VOLATILE
FUELS THAT CAN CAUSE A FIRE OR
EXPLOSION.
- NEVER store Kerosene in the living space.
Kerosene should be stored in a well ventilated area
outside the living area.
- NEVER store Kerosene in direct sunlight or near a
source of heat.
- NEVER use Kerosene that has been stored from
one season to the next. Kerosene deteriorates
over time. OLD Kerosene WILL NOT BURN
PROPERLY IN THIS HEATER.
2.1 ft.2
64 cm2
NOTE: Kerosene should only be stored
in a blue container that is clearly marked
“Kerosene.” Never store Kerosene in a red
container. Red is associated with gasoline.
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Starting the Heater: (Ignition)
Operation
Stoping the Heater: (Cool Down)
HH-70-SS-A:
1. Fill the tank with Kerosene or other approved
fuel until needle on fuel gauge points to “F”.
2. Replace fuel cap and tighten firmly.
3. Connect the heater to a three prong
(grounded) power source. You must use a
three prong (grounded) extension cord that is
at least 1.8 meters long and is a minimum of
14 AWG rating.
1. Turn the power switch to the “OFF” position.
Combustion will stop and the Cooling Cycle
will begin.
- HH-70-SS-A: approx. 3 mins
When the Cooling Cycle is complete the fan
will stop running and it will be safe to unplug
the heater.
NOTE: Unplugging the heater before the
Cooling Cycle has been completed may cause
overheating, possible damage to the heater and
heat plate.
NOTE: On first ignition or after refueling,
you may hear a grinding sound just before
ignition. This is the fuel pump removing the
air from the fuel line. Your heater will start up
within seconds. If it does not start repeat
start-up procedures with fuel gauge reading at
least 1/2 tank.
Restarting the Heater:
1. Wait ten seconds after Cooling Cycle has
been completed.
2. Follow all start-up procedures above.
NOTE: The electrical components of these
heaters are protected by a fuse mounted
in the PC board. If the heater fails to ignite,
check this fuse first and replace if necessary.
Also check the power source to be sure the
proper voltage is being provided to the heater.
DO NOT disconnect heater
WARNING from power source before
cooling cycle has been completed.
Electrical Outlet:
-- Never plug an appliance with more than a 5
amp rating into this outlet (See Figure 6).
-- Always keep outlet covered when not in use
1. Complete steps 1-3 above.
2. Push the power switch to the “ON” position.
The power indicator lamp will light and heater
will ignite. (See Figure 5)
Power Switch
Electrical Outlet
Figure 6
Figure 5
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Maintenance
Long Term Storage:
SPARK PLUG:
Clean and re-gap every 600 hours of operation
or replace as needed. After removing the Spark
Plug, clean the terminals with a wire brush.
Re-gap the terminals to 0.140” (3.5mm).
(See Figure 7)
1. Unscrew the fuel cap.
2. Using an approved siphon, remove the
Kerosene or diesel.
3. Using a small amount of Kerosene or diesel,
rinse and swirl the fuel inside the fuel tank
NOTE: NEVER MIX WATER WITH FUEL. It will
cause rust inside the tank.
4. Empty the tank completely.
IMPORTANT: Never store leftover Kerosene
between seasons, using old fuel can
damage heater.
Store Heater in a dry, well ventilated area.
-- Be sure that the storage area is free of dust
and corrosive vapors. Repack the heater
in the original packaging and keep user’s
manual in an easily accessible place.
Figure 7
FAN BLADES:
The fan blades should be cleaned at least once
per heating season, depending on conditions.
Remove all accumulated dust and dirt with a
burst of condensed air. (See Figure 8)
Service:
Never service heater while it is
WARNING plugged in or hot!
DO NOT TAMPER WITH THE UNIT. HAVE AN
EXPERIENCED SERVICEMAN MAKE ANY
NECESSARY ADJUSTMENT OR REPAIRS.
We suggest following a maintenance schedule as
follows:
Figure 8
FUEL / FUEL TANK:
TIP: Follow the long term storage
instructions to flush the tank.
Flush tank every 200 hours of operation or as
needed. DO NOT flush with water, use fresh
Kerosene only.
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Service (Continued):
Maintenance
FILTERS:
The fuel filter and oil filter should be cleaned at
least twice per heating season by rinsing it in
clean Kerosene or diesel. Contaminated or old
fuel could make cleaning necessary immediately.
(See Figure 11)
NOZZLES:
Nozzles should be cleaned or replaced at least
once per heating season. Contaminated fuel
could make this necessary immediately. To clean
dirt from nozzle, blow compressed air through
nozzle front. It may be necessary to soak nozzle
in clean Kerosene or diesel to help loosen any
particles. (See Figure 9)
Figure 9
PHOTOCELL:
The photocell should be cleaned at least once
per heating season or more depending on
conditions. Use a cotton swab and water or
alcohol to clean the lens of the photocell.
Be certain to reinstall the photocell in proper
position as shown below. (See Figure 10)
Figure 11
Figure 10
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Troubleshooting Guide
Problem
Heater fires, but shuts down after a
short period of time.
Heater will not operate, or motor
runs for short time.
Fan does not operate when heater
is plugged in and Operating Switch
is in the “ON” position.
Heater makes grinding noise.
Heater does not turn on and the
lamp is not lit.
Possible Cause
Solution
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Dirty Fuel Filter.
Nozzle Dirty.
Photocell Dirty.
Photocell not installed properly.
Photocell Defective .
Improper electrical connection between Circuit Board and
Photocell.
7. Cooling Fan is obstructed
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Clean/replace Fuel Filter.
Clean/replace Nozzle
Clean/replace Photocell .
Adjust Photocell position.
Replace Photocell.
Check wiring connections (See
Wiring Diagrams, Page 10).
7. Check to be sure cooling fan is not
obstructed.
1. No Kerosene/ diesel in fuel tank.
2. Corroded Spark Plug or incorrect
plug gap.
3. Dirty Fuel Filter.
4. Dirty Nozzle.
5. Moisture in Fuel/Fuel Tank.
1. Fill tank with fresh Kerosene/ diesel.
2. Clean/replace Spark Plug.
6. Improper electrical connection
between Transformer and Circuit
Board.
7. Transformer Wires not connected to
Spark Plug.
8. Defective Transformer.
7. Re-attach Transformer wires to
Spark Plug.
8. Replace Transformer.
1. Inspect all electrical connections on
1. Broken electrical connection
Wiring Diagrams (Page 10).
between Circuit Board and motor.
2. Not enough amps available to power 2. Use a new extension cord or try
another electrical socket.
heater.
1. Air in fuel pump.
1. Sound will stop after 3 seconds. If
grinding sound continues, add fuel to
tank.
1. Temperature limit sensor has overheated.
1. Push Operating Switch to “OFF” and
allow heater to cool for 5 minutes.
Push Operating Switch back to “ON”.
2. Check power cord and extension
cord to insure of proper connection.
Test power supply.
3. Check/replace Fuse.
4. Inspect all electrical connections.
(See Wiring Diagrams, Page 10).
2. No electrical power.
3. Fuse break down.
4. Improper electrical connection
between Temperature Limit Sensor
and Circuit Board.
1. Pump Pressure.
Poor combustion and / or soot
production.
3. Clean/replace Fuel Filter.
4. Clean/replace Nozzle.
5. Rinse out fuel tank with clean fresh
Kerosene/ diesel.
6. Inspect all electrical connections.
(See Wiring Diagrams, Page 10).
1. Be sure pump pressure is adjusted
correctly.
2. Be sure Kerosene/ diesel is not old
or contaminated.
2. Poor fuel quality.
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Wiring Diagram
HH-70-SS-A
Figure 12
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Exploded View
HH-70-SS-A
20
34 31
13
32
29
30
22
28
27
26
25
35
33
23
36
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21
10
14
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16 15
12
41
39
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40
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7
Figure 13
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Parts List
Item #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
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Description
HH-70-SS-A
75-001-0350
75-023-0270
75-023-0345
75-023-0355
75-024-0510
75-022-0210
75-002-0110
75-011-0670
75-012-0110
75-012-0220
75-013-0200
75-027-0250
75-025-0120
75-025-0400
75-051-0200
75-051-0260
75-047-0250
75-047-0200
75-011-1000
75-001-0060
75-011-1100
75-040-0100
75-035-0800
75-035-0820
75-035-0830
75-012-0600
75-011-0650
75-012-0310
75-036-0180
75-075-0200
75-036-0120
75-036-0400
75-040-0610
75-036-0500
75-045-0200
75-038-0200
75-013-0105
75-032-0186
75-029-0100
75-055-0100
75-055-0200
75-027-0255
Fuel Tank Assembly
Oil Filter Assembly
Fuel Pipe
Fuel Packing
Fuel Hose
Fuel Gauge Assembly
Fuel Cap Assembly
Cooling Fan Housing
Operating Switch
Operating Switch Wire Assembly
Rear PCB Assembly
Electronic-Pump Assembly
Ignitor
Main PCB Assembly
Tip-Over Sensor
Tip-over Sensor Wire Assembly
Cooling Motor Assembly
Cooling Fan
Shell
Handle
Shell Insulator
Temperature Limit Switch
Chamber Assembly
Chamber Insulator
Ceramic Fiber
Heat Plate
Shell Ring
Safety Guard
Burner Body
Spark Plug
Burner Blade
Nozzle
Nipple
Diffusion Cap
Blower Motor Assembly
Photocell Assembly
Back Cover
Power Supply Cable Assembly
Electrical Outlet Assembly
Return Pipe
Return Hose
Electronic Pump Bracket
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LIMITED WARRANTY
Pinnacle Products International, 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.
Pinnacle Products International, 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
Pinnacle Products International , 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 part. 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 damaged product
or parts will be the responsibility of the purchaser.
Upon receipt of damaged item, Pinnacle Products
International, Inc. will examine the item and determine if
defective. Pinnacle Products International, Inc. will repair
or replace and return the item, freight pre-paid.
If Pinnacle Products International, 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. Pinnacle Products
International, Inc. disclaims al warranties for products that
are purchased from sellers other than authorized dealers or
distributors.
AFTER THE PERIOD OF THE ONE (1) YEAR EXPRESS
WARRANTY EXPIRES, Pinnacle Products International,
Inc. DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES,
INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES
OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
APPLICATION. FURTHER, Pinnacle Products International,
Inc. SHALL HAVE NO LIABILITY WHATSOEVER TO PURCHASER
OR ANY THIRD PARTY FRO ANY SPECIAL, INDIRECT, PUNITIVE
INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. Pinnacle
Products International, 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.
Pinnacle Products International, 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 Pinnacle Products
International, Inc.
Always be sure to specify the model number and serial
number when making any claim with Pinnacle Products
International, Inc. For your convenience, use the space
provided below to list this information.
Register Your Product Online at: http://www.remingtonheater.com/Product_Registration.php
Locating Your Serial Number:
Your serial number can be found on a blue label on the left side cover. It will begin with 2 digits, the letter “H”
followed by 6 digits. For Example: 13H123456. Have your Serial Number ready before calling customer service
at 800-641-6996.
Model #:________________________________
Serial #:________________________________
Serial Number Label
Date of Purchase: ________________________
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