Infrared Electric Umbrella Heater

Infrared Electric Umbrella Heater
Model No. GM135-017
FOR OUTDOOR USE ONLY
DO NOT OPERATE THIS APPLIANCE BEFORE READING THE INSTRUCTION BOOKLET
DO NOT PLACE ARTICLES ON OR AGAINST THIS APPLIANCE
DO NOT STORE CHEMICALS OR FLAMMABLE MATERIALS OR SPRAY AEROSOLS NEAR THIS APPLIANCE
DO NOT OPERATE THE APPLIANCE INDOORS
DO NOT OPERATE IN AN ENCLOSED AREA
ACCESSIBLE PARTS MAY BE VERY HOT. KEEP YOUNG CHILDREN AWAY.
Minimum clearance from combustible materials: 1 metre
Important: Retain these instructions for future use.
4150-05/15
INSTALLATION, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
Safety
Installation
Before attempting to operate this heater, the
following basic safety precautions should be
taken to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock
and personal injury. It is important to read
the instruction manual and to understand its’
applications, limitations and potential hazards
associated with this heater.
Always ensure you use the correct fixing method
found in the mounting instructions on page 4. This
heater is not designed for use within 1m or above
a water source. All installations must meet the
requirements of New Zealand Standard AS/NZS
3000:2007.
Ensure that the heater is not positioned directly
above, below or in front of a power point or
switch.
This heater is not intended for use by persons
(including children) with reduced physical, sensory
or mental capabilities, or lack of experience
and knowledge, unless they have been given
supervision or instruction concerning the use of
the appliance by a person responsible for their
safety.
This heater is not designed to be used with 3rd
party timer or programmable system.
This heater is not designed for use within 1m or
above a water source.
FOR YOUR SAFETY
It is important that you read, understand and
follow these instructions very carefully. They are
designed for the safety of yourself and others
ensuring a long and trouble free service life from
your heater.
WARNING: Fire risk exists if this heater is
covered by or positioned close to curtains or
other combustible materials.
NOTE: Ensure that this heater is connected
directly to an outdoor power point.
This electric heater complies with New Zealand
and International standards and safety
requirements.
The electrical system of this heater must be
connected with an automatic circuit breaker
and/or residual current device (RCD). If
uncertain have a qualified electrician check
your electrical system before installation and/
or use.
Repairs should only be carried out by qualified
persons using original spare parts. Failure to do so
may result in considerable danger to the operator.
SAFE OPERATION
All electrical connections are made in a dry
area.
Beware of Children and Pets
Outdoor power points must be weatherproof
and installed by a qualified electrician.
Children should not be allowed to touch or operate
heaters or touch extension cords, if used. All
heaters should be kept out of reach of children,
preferably stored or locked in a secure cabinet or
room when not in use.
The distributor is not responsible for
incorrectly chosen additional fixing accessories
or any damage which may be caused by an
incorrectly fitted heater.
Do Not Abuse the Power Cord
Never yank or pull on the power cord to disconnect
it from the mains supply socket. Never carry your
heater by its’ power cord. Keep the power cord
away from heat, oil, solvents and sharp edges.
Check the power cord regularly for any damage
and if the power cord becomes damaged have it
replaced by an authorised service facility.
Extension Cords and Reels
This heater is NOT designed to run off an
extension cord. If you require an additional power
point please have one installed by a qualified
electrician.
The use of extension cords may cause power
voltage loss which will result in damage to the
appliance this will NOT be covered under warranty.
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SPECIFIC SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNINGS
Do not use the heater in areas where there is a
risk of explosion or fire from flammable gases.
Ensure that the heating area is kept clear of
combustible materials. Do not use the heater in
damp areas, without suitable ventilation. This
heater is not designed for use within 1m or
above a water source. Do not place within one
metre (1m) of any water source. Do not place
directly in front of, below or above any power
points or switches.
• DO NOT expose the heater to rain, water, or
use in damp wet conditions.
• NEVER cover this heater.
• NEVER carry the heater by its power supply
cord.
• NEVER use with the power cord coiled,
bundled up or tied up. Always extend fully
before use.
• NEVER use the heater if any part of it is
damaged.
Fire risk exists if this heater is covered by or
positioned close to curtains or other combustible
materials.
• Ensure that the heater is disconnected from
the mains supply when installing, cleaning or
removing/installing.
• This heater is intended for domestic/
household use only.
• Ensure this heater is not left on when
unattended.
• Always ensure that this heater is installed as
per the requirements noted in New Zealand
Standard AS/NZS 3000:2007.
• Ensure the heater is not used in areas where
flammable gases are present, e.g. paint,
petrol etc.
• Always keep heater at least one metre (1m)
from combustible materials.
• Always turn the heater OFF at the unit switch
and the power point switch when not in use
for extended periods of time.
• DO NOT locate this heater directly below,
above or in front of the power supply socket
or switch.
• Always allow the heater to cool, about one
(1) hour after the heater has been turned off,
before cleaning the heater.
• DO NOT use a 3rd party timer, or
programmable system with this heater.
• Always ensure that the power cord is fully
extended and NOT in contact with any part of
the heater.
• DO NOT clean the heater while the heater is
on or plugged into the mains power supply.
• DO NOT touch any part of the heater while on,
hot surfaces may burn.
• Always ensure that the heater is kept clean
and free from dust.
• DO NOT use the heater as a dryer.
• Only use this heater when securely attached
to an umbrella pole on a level surface.
• DO NOT attempt to modify the heater, power
cord, power plug or the supplied accessories
in any way.
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ELECTRICAL DATA
MOUNTING AND OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS
IMPORTANT
This product is fitted with a sealed electrical
connection plug that is compatible with the heater,
the mains supply for New Zealand and meets
the requirements of international standards. This
heater must be connected to a supply voltage that
is equal to that stated on the rating label.
IMPORTANT
THIS PRODUCT SHOULD ONLY BE USED
UNDER AN UMBRELLA AND MUST NOT BE
USED OR LEFT IN WET CONDITIONS.
If the mains connection plug or power cord
becomes damaged it must be replaced with a
complete assembly that is identical to the original,
and this must be replaced by an authorised
service centre.
For best results and your safety, please follow the
instructions carefully. DO NOT modify this product
in any way as the distributor will accept no liability
for improper use.
Always follow the New Zealand requirements for
connection to the mains supply. If in doubt always
consult a qualified electrician.
MOUNTING THE HEATER
Step 1
Technical Specification
Model
GM135-017
Voltage:
220V-240V~ 50Hz
Input Wattage:
1500W
Unit Weight:
3.5Kg
IP Rating:
IPx3
Ensure umbrella is secure and stable by using a
suitable umbrella base.
Step 2
Place heater on the umbrella pole.
Step 3
Slide heater up the umbrella pole to the desired
height (no less than 1.8m) and tighten thumb
screw.
Heater specifications can be found on the data
label.
Step 4
Bring mains lead through hole in table, contain
lead around umbrella pole and connect into base
of heater.
Step 5
Connect plug on mains lead into an RCD protected
socket or into an outdoor IP23 weatherproof
socket.
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POSITIONING THE HEATER
REPLACING THE BULB
When choosing a mounting position, it is
important to ensure the heater beams are NOT
pointed towards combustible surfaces. To adjust,
loosen the nuts on the side, set the heater to
desired position and re-tighten. Take care not to
pinch the cable between the back of the fittings
and the plate. DO NOT ADJUST WHEN HOT!
1.Unplug the unit.
2.Loosen the screw at the top of the unit and
hinge the front open. Release the bulb from
the spring loaded lampholders. Insert new
bulb into lampholders ensuring it is mounted
within 4 degrees horizontal along its length. It
is important that the end-caps on the lamp are
making good contact with the lampholders.
IMPORTANT
• Heater must not be located immediately
below a socket outlet.
• Heater must not be located in front of a
socket outlet.
Take care not to handle the bulb surface.
Should the bulb be accidentally handled during
installation, it should be thoroughly cleaned with
methylated spirit and a lint free cloth. Close the
front and tighten screw.
• Heater must be installed at least 1.8m
above the floor.
TO OPERATE
CLEANING
1.Plug into 240V AC wall socket.
Always ensure that the heater has been left for
one hour to cool before cleaning.
2.To turn on – switch the wall socket on.
3.Switch the heater ON:
500W - one switch
1000W - one switch
1500W - both switches
1.Turn off and disconnect from mains power,
allow to cool.
3.For stubborn marks you can use a mild dish
washing solution on a damp clean soft lint free
cloth.
2.Wipe unit over with a damp clean soft lint free
cloth.
The red indicator light will turn on to indicate
your chosen setting.
4.To turn off – switch heater OFF and the wall
socket off.
NEVER allow water or a mild dish washing
solution to enter or drip onto the heater.
NEVER use solvents, e.g. Petrol, Toluene,
Methylated Spirits etc to clean the heater, as
these will damage the surface finish and may
cause a fire when unit is next used.
5.Unplug lead from wall socket when not in use.
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