Dayton 4E769B Operating instructions

4E769B
Operating Instructions & Parts Manual
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Dayton Propane
Construction Heater
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Description
Dayton Model 4E769B heater is a 35,000 BTU/Hr construction heater. This heater
uses propane gas for combustion and electricity to run the motor. It is primarily
intended for temporary heating of buildings under construction, alteration, or
repair. This heater should only be used indoors but never in occupied dwellings.
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 bought
heater.
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GENERAL HAZARD
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 electrical shock.
Only persons who can
understand and follow
instructions should use or
service this heater.
If you need assistance or
heater information such
as an instructions
manual, labels, etc. contact the manufacturer.
Fire, burn,
inhalation, and explosion hazard. Keep solid combustibles such as building
materials, paper or cardboard, a safe distance
away from the heater as
recommended by the
instructions. Never use
the heater in spaces
which do or may contain
volatile or airborne combustibles, or products
such as gasoline, solvents, paint thinner, dust
particles, or unknown
chemicals.
Not for
home or
recreational vehicle use.
Heater is designed and approved for use
as a construction heater under ANSI
Z83.7. The primary purpose of construction heaters is to provide temporary
heating of buildings under construction,
alteration or repair, and to provide
temporary emergency heat. Properly
used, the heater provides safe economical heating. Products of combustion are
vented into the area being heated.
We cannot foresee every use which may
be made of our heaters. Check with your
local fire safety authority if you have
questions about heater use.
Other standards govern the use of fuel
gases and heat producing products for
specific uses. Local authorities can advise
you about these.
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General Safety Information
Make certain you read and understand
all warnings. Keep these instructions for
reference. They are your guide to safe
and proper operation of this heater.
Safety information appears throughout
these instructions. Pay close attention to
them. Below are definitions for the safety
information listed throughout this manual.
Under this heading,
installation, operating, and maintenance procedures or
practices will be found that, if not
carefully followed, WILL result in IMMEDIATE serious personal injury or death.
Under this heading, installation,
operating, and maintenance procedures or practices will be found that, if
not carefully followed, COULD result in
severe personal injury or death.
Under this heading,
installation, operating, and maintenance procedures or
practices will be found that, if not carefully
followed, MAY result in minor personal
injury, product, or property damage.
IMPORTANT: Not every possible circumstance that might involve a hazard can be
anticipated. The warnings in this manual
and on tags or decals affixed to the unit
are therefore not all-inclusive. If a
procedure, work method, or operating
technique not specifically recommended
by Dayton is used, you must make sure it
is safe for you and others. You should
also ensure that equipment will not be
damaged or made unsafe by the operating or maintenance method you choose.
Carbon monoxide
poisoning may lead
to death! Some people are more
affected by carbon monoxide than
others. Early signs of carbon monoxide
poisoning resemble the flu, with
headaches, dizziness, and/or nausea. If
you have these signs, the heater may
not be working properly or the areas
may not be sufficiently ventilated. Get
fresh air at once! Have heater serviced.
Propane Gas: Propane gas is odorless.
An odor-making agent is added to
propane gas. The odor helps you detect
a propane gas leak. However, the odor
added to propane gas can fade.
Propane gas may be present even
though no odor exists.
• Install and use
heater with care.
Follow all local ordinances and codes.
In the absence of local ordinances
and codes, refer to the Standard for
Storage and Handling of Liquefied
Petroleum Gas ANSI/NFPA 58. This
instructs on the safe storage and
handling of propane gases.• Use only the hose and factory preset
regulator provided with the heater.
• Use only propane gas set up for
vapor withdrawal.
• Provide adequate ventilation. Before
using heater, provide at least a sixsquare-foot opening of fresh,
outside air. This heater produces
carbon monoxide, which is listed by
the State of California as a reproductive toxin under Proposition 65.
• For indoor use only. Do not use
heater outdoors.
• Do not use heater in occupied
dwellings or in living or sleeping
quarters.
• Do not use heater in a basement or
below ground level. Propane gas is
heavier than air. If a leak occurs,
propane gas will sink to the lowest
2
possible level and may accumulate to
explosive concentrations.
• Keep appliance area clear and free
from combustible materials, gasoline,
paint thinner, and other flammable vapors and liquids. Dust is combustible.
Do not use heater in areas with high
dust content.
• Minimum heater clearances from
combustibles:
Outlet: 6 Ft.
Sides: 2 Ft.
Top: 6 Ft.
Rear: 2 Ft.
• Keep heater at least six feet from
propane tank(s). Do not point heater
at propane tank(s) within 20 feet.
• Keep propane tank(s) below 100° F.
• Check heater for damage before each
use. Do not use a damaged heater.
• Inspect hose before each use of heater.
If highly worn or cut, replace before
using heater. Use the replacement hose
assembly specified in this manual.
• Locate heater on stable and level
surface if heater is hot or running.
• Never block air inlet (rear) or air
outlet (front) of heater.
• Keep heater away from strong drafts,
water spray, rain, or dripping water.
• Keep children and animals away
from heater.
• Never move, handle, or service a hot,
operating, or plugged-in heater. Severe
burns may result. You must wait 15
minutes after turning heater off.
• Never attach duct work to heater.
• Do not alter heater. Keep heater in
its original state.
• Do not use heater if altered.
• Turn off propane supply and unplug
heater when not in use.
• Use only original replacement parts.
This heater must use design-specific
parts. Do not substitute or use generic
parts. Improper replacement parts
could cause serious or fatal injuries.
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General Safety Information
• The electrical connections and
grounding of the heater shall follow
the National Electric Code, ANSI/
NFPA 70.
• Electrical grounding instructions —
This appliance is equipped with a
three-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 voltage and
frequency specified on model plate.
• Use only a three-prong, grounded
extension cord.
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Specifications
ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Electrical
Input
Amperage
120 Volt/60Hertz
2
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
Output
Rating BTU/Hr
Fuel
35,000
Only Propane Vapor
Fuel
Consumption
Size
L x W x H (Inches)
Regulator
Outlet Pressure
Weight
(pounds)
.38 Gallons/Hour
1.6 Pounds/Hour
18.5 x 7.7 x 12.8
11" WC
14.5 (Heater)
16 (Shipping)
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS (Cont.)
Manifold
Pressure
Hot Air Output
(CFM Approx)
10.8" WC
175
Ignition
Manual
Piezo
Supply Pressure
To Regulator
Temperature Range
For Operating Heater
10 psi Minimum (for)
-20° F to 85° F*
purposes of input
adjustment) Tank Pressure
or 200 psi Maximum
Motor
2735 RPM
(*) When running heater in temperatures above 85° F, high internal temperatures may cause thermal limit device to shut down
heater.Minimum ambient operating temperature: -20°F (-28°C).
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Product Identification
Shell
Hot Air Outlet (Front)
Handle
Motor
Fan Guard
Heater Base
Piezo Ignitor
Button
Automatic
Control Valve
Button
Inlet
Connector
Power
Cord
Hose /Regulator
Assembly
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Theory of Operation
THE IGNITION SYSTEM
Propane Supply
THE FUEL SYSTEM
The piezo ignitor lights the burner.
The hose/regulator assembly attaches
to the propane gas supply. This
provides fuel to the heater.
THE AUTOMATIC CONTROL SYSTEM
Propane gas and propane tank(s) must
to provided by the customer.
This system causes the heater to shut
down if the flame goes out.
THE AIR SYSTEM
The motor turns the fan. The fan pushes
air into and around the combustion
chamber. This air is heated and provides
a stream of clean, hot air.
Use this heater only with a propane
vapor withdrawal supply system. See
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.
The amount of propane gas ready for
use from propane tanks varies. Two
factors decide this amount:
1. The amount of propane gas in
tank(s)
2. The temperature of tank(s)
Combustion
Chamber
Fan
Motor
Clean Heated
Air Out
(Front)
Cool Air
In (Back)
This heater is designed to operate with
a minimum 20-pound propane tank.
You may need two or more tanks or
one larger tank in colder weather. Use
a 100-pound tank for longer operation
or in very cold weather. Less gas is
vaporized at lower temperatures. Your
local propane gas dealer will help you
select the proper supply system. The
minimum surrounding air temperature
rating for each heater is -20°F (-29°C).
Average Temperature Number of Tanks
(oF) at Tank Location (100 pound)
Hose/Regulator Assembly
Air For Combustion
Air For Heating
40°
1
32°
1
20°
1
10°
1
0°
1
-10°
2
-20°
2
Figure 3 - Cross Section Operational View
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Installation
Review and
understand the
warnings in the General Safety Information Section. They are needed to
safely operate this heater. Follow all
local codes when using this heater.
Test all gas piping
and connections
for leaks after installation or servicing.
Never use an open flame to check for a
leak. Apply a mixture of liquid soap
and water to all joints. Bubbles
forming show a leak. Correct all leaks
at once.
1. Provide propane supply system (See
Propane Supply, page 5).
3. Connect hose to inlet connector.
Tighten firmly using a wrench.
IMPORTANT: Use extra hose or piping
if needed. Install extra hose or piping
between hose/regulator assembly and
propane tank. You must use the
regulator supplied with heater.
4. Open propane supply valve on
propane tank(s) slowly.
NOTE: If not opened slowly, excessflow check valve on propane tank will
stop gas flow. If this happens, close
propane supply valve and open again
slowly.
5. Check all connections for leaks.
2. Connect POL fitting on hose/regulator
assembly to propane tank(s). Turn POL
fitting counterclockwise into threads on
tank. Tighten firmly using 7/8" wrench.
Operation
Review and
understand the
warnings in the General Safety Information section. They are needed to
safely operate this heater. Follow all
local codes when using this heater.
1. Follow all installation, ventilation,
and safety information.
2. Locate heater on stable and level
surface. Make sure strong drafts do
not blow into front or rear of heater.
3. Plug power cord of heater into a threeprong, grounded extension cord.
Extension cord must be at least six feet
long. Extension cord must be UL listed.
Propane Supply Valve
Regulator
Inlet Connector
Hose
Figure 5 - Hose and Inlet Connector
POL Fitting
Provide at least a
one-square-foot
opening of fresh, outside air while
running heater. If proper fresh, outside
air ventilation is not provided, carbon
monoxide poisoning can occur. Provide
proper fresh, outside air ventilation
before running heater.
TO START HEATER
IMPORTANT: Position regulator so that
hose leaving the regulator is in a
horizontal position (See Figure 4). This
places the regulator vent in the proper
position to protect it from the weather.
Propane
Tank
Ventilation
Never use an open
Flame to check for
a leak. Apply a mixture of liquid soap
and water to all joints. Bubbles
forming show a leak. Correct all leaks
at once.
6. Close propane supply valve.
Figure 4 - Regulator Position
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EXTENSION CORD WIRE SIZE
REQUIREMENTS
Up to 50 feet long, use 18 AWG rated
cord.
51 to 100 feet long, use 16 AWG rated
cord.
101 to 200 feet long, use 14 AWG rated
cord.
4. Plug extension cord into a 120 volt/
60 hertz, three-hole, grounded
outlet. Motor will start. Fan will
turn, forcing air out front of heater.
5. Open propane supply valve on
propane tank(s) slowly.
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NOTE: If not opened slowly, excess-flow
check valve on propane tank will stop
gas flow. If this happens, close propane
supply valve and open again slowly.
Be sure motor and
fan are running
before pushing in automatic control
valve button. Flames could flash
outside heater if motor and fan are not
running.
6. Push in and hold automatic control
valve button (See Figure 6). Push piezo
ignitor button (See Figure 6). You may
need to push piezo ignitor button 3-8
times until the burner lights. When
burner lights, keep automatic control
valve button pushed in. Release
button after 30 seconds.
NOTE: If heater is unplugged or power
outage occurs while heater is running,
the thermal limit device will stop fuel
flow. A few seconds occur before the
thermal limit device activates. During
this short time, flames may appear
outside the heater. This is normal. The
flames will go out when thermal limit
device activates.
TO STOP HEATER
1. Tightly close propane supply valve
on propane tank(s).
2. Wait a few seconds. Heater will burn
gas left in supply hose.
Do not block the
flow of combustion or ventilation air.
3. Unplug heater.
TO RESTART HEATER
1. Wait five minutes after stopping heater.
Storage
Disconnect heater
from propane
Automatic
Control Valve
Button
Never attempt to
service heater
while it is connected to propane
supply, operating, or hot. Severe burns
and electrical shock can occur.
Keep heater clear
and free from
combustible materials, gasoline, and
other flammable vapors and liquids.
2. Repeat steps under To Start Heater,
page 6.
Piezo Ignitor
Button
Maintenance
supply tank(s).
1. Store propane tank(s) in safe
manner. See Chapter 5 of Standard
for Storage and Handling of Liquefied Petroleum Gases, ANSI/NFPA 58.
Follow all local codes. Always store
propane tanks outdoors.
2. Place plastic cover caps over brass
fittings on inlet connector and hose/
regulator assembly.
Figure 6 - Automatic Control Valve
Button and Piezo Ignitor Button
3. Store in dry, clean, and safe place. Do
not store hose/regulator assembly
inside heater combustion chamber.
NOTE: If heater fails to ignite, hose may
have air in it. If so, keep automatic
control valve button pressed and wait 20
seconds. Release automatic control valve
button and wait 20 seconds for unburned
fuel to exit heater. Repeat step 6.
4. When taking heater out of storage,
always check inside of heater. Insects
and small animals may place foreign
objects in heater. Remove motor and
other internal parts if needed to
remove foreign objects (See Service
Procedures, page 8).
1. Keep heater clean. Clean heater
annually or as needed to remove dust
and debris. If heater is dirty or dusty,
clean heater with a damp cloth. Use
household cleaners on difficult spots.
2. Inspect heater before each use.
Check connections for leaks. Apply
mixture of liquid soap and water to
connections. Bubbles forming show
a leak. Correct all leaks at once.
3. Inspect hose/regulator assembly before
each use. If hose is worn or cut, replace.
4. Have heater inspected yearly by a
qualified service agency.
5. Keep inside of heater free from
combustible and foreign objects.
Remove motor and other internal parts
if need to clean inside of heater (See
Service Procedures, page 8).
6. Clean fan blades each season or as
needed (See Fan, page 8).
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Maintenance (Continued)
SERVICE PROCEDURES
Never attempt to
service heater
while it is connected to propane
supply, operating, or hot. Severe burns
and electrical shock can occur.
4. Remove fan. Be careful not to
damage the fan blade pitch.
5. Remove three nuts that attach fan
guard to motor using nut-driver.
Remove fan guard from motor
(See Figure 9).
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
The entire electrical system for this
heater is contained within the motor. If
any part of the electrical system is
damaged, you must replace motor.
MOTOR REPLACEMENT
1. Remove three screws that attach
fan guard to heater shell.
Figure 10 - Replacing Motor and Fan
Guard into Heater
2. Remove motor and fan guard from
heater shell (See Figure 7).
FAN
Figure 9 - Removing or Attaching Fan
Guard from Motor
6. Discard old motor.
1. Remove three screws that attach
fan guard to heater shell.
2. Remove motor and fan guard from
heater shell (See Figure 11).
7. Attach fan guard to new motor
using three nuts. When attaching
fan guard to motor, you must
position power cord as shown in
Figure 9. Tighten nuts firmly.
8. Place fan onto motor shaft of new
motor.
Figure 7 - Removing Motor and Fan
Guard from Heater
3. Use pliers to remove the fan nut from
front of motor shaft (See Figure 8).
Fan Nut
Figure 8 - Removing Fan Nut from
Motor Shaft
IMPORTANT: When placing fan onto
motor shaft, make sure part number
stamped on fan is facing motor. Attach
fan nut to end of motor shaft. Tighten
fan nut firmly.
9. Place motor and fan guard into
rear of heater shell. Make sure
power cord is properly located (See
Figure 10).
10. Insert three screws through heater
shell and into fan guard. Tighten
screws firmly.
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Figure 11 - Removing Motor and Fan
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3. Use pliers to remove the fan nut from
front of motor shaft (See Figure 12).
9. Place motor and fan guard into rear
of heater shell. Make sure power cord
is properly located (See Figure 13).
Rear Head
10.Insert three screws through heater
shell and into fan guard. Tighten
screws firmly.
Fan Nut
Ignitor
IGNITOR
1. Remove motor and fan guard from
heater (See Motor, page 8, steps 1
and 2).
Figure 12 - Removing Fan Nut From
Motor Shaft
4a. If replacing fan, remove old fan
and discard. Go to step 7 below.
4b. If cleaning fan, remove fan. Be careful
not to damage the fan blade pitch.
2. Remove black ignitor wire from
piezo ignitor. Access ignitor wire
through underside of heater base
(See Figure 14). Push wire up
through bushing in heater shell.
Ignitor
Mounting
Screw
Figure 15 - Removing Ignitor Mounting
Screw and Ignitor
7. Set gap between ignitor electrode and
target plate to .17" (See Figure 16).
Piezo
Ignitor
Ignitor Wire
5. Clean fan using soft cloth moistened with kerosene or solvent.
Target
Plate
Bushing
Gap
Area
6. Dry fan thoroughly.
7. Place fan onto motor shaft.
IMPORTANT: When placing fan onto
motor shaft, make sure part number
stamped on fan is facing motor.
Ignitor
Electrode
Underside of
Heater Base
8. Attach fan nut to end of motor
shaft. Tighten fan nut firmly.
Figure 14 - Removing Ignitor Wire from
Piezo Ignitor
3. Remove ignitor mounting screw
from rear head using nut-driver or
standard screwdriver (See Figure 15).
4. Remove ignitor from rear head.
5. Install new ignitor. Attach ignitor to
rear head with ignitor mounting screw.
Figure 13 - Replacing Motor and Fan
Guard into Heater
6. Run ignitor wire from new ignitor
through bushing in heater shell.
Attach ignitor wire to piezo ignitor.
Figure 16 - Clearance Between Ignitor
Electrode and Target Plate
8. Test for spark.
Make sure heater
is disconnected
from propane supply. Heater could
ignite causing severe burns.
Push piezo ignitor button and
watch for spark between ignitor
electrode and target plate.
9. Place motor and fan guard into
rear of heater shell (See Motor,
page 8, steps 9 and 10).
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For Replacement Parts, call 1-800-323-0620
24 hours a day - 365 days a year
Please provide following information:
-Model number
-Serial number (if any)
-Part description and number as shown in parts list
Address parts correspondence to:
Grainger Parts
P.O. Box 3074
Northbrook, IL 60065-3074 U.S.A.
1
RUBBER
WASHER
FAN
NUT
2
4
3
FAN
MOTOR
7
MOTOR
ASSEMBLY
5
6
2
19
16
10
9
8
21
11
26 18
26
17
22
20
12
21
14
24
23
13
25
15
27
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Model
4E769BParts List
Replacement
Reference
Number
Description
Part No.
Quantity
1
Inner shell (Combustion Chamber)
099568-01
1
2
#10-16 x 3/8" Hex tap screw
3
Outer shell
099599-01AZ
1
4
Handle
M51104-01
1
5
Hex tap shoulder screw
099230-01
4
6
#10-16 x 3/4" Hex tap screw
*M11084-29
2
7
#12-14 x 1/2" Hex tap screw
*M11084-3
3
8
Thermocouple clip
099237-01
1
*M11084-26
7
9
Burner assembly
099727-01
1
10
Electrode ignitor
099539-01
1
11
#8-18 x 3/8" Hex tap screw
*M11084-38
1
12
Fan
099537-01
1
13
Motor assembly
(Includes rubber washer and fan nut)
099521-01
1
14
Fan guard
099540-01
1
15
Captive washer nut
097384-02
3
16
#4-40 x 1/2" Hex screw
*097968-05
2
17
#4-40 Hex nut
*NPC-00C
2
18
Thermal switch kit
101732-02
1
19
Universal bushing
097776-01
1
20
Wire clip
099542-01
1
21
Thermocouple
099538-01
1
22
Valve/orifice assembly
099728-01
1
23
Piezo ignitor
102445-01
1
24
Sleeve cap
078978-03
1
25
Base
103892-01
1
26
#4 Lock washer
*100397-01
4
27
1/8" Steel rivet
*099202-02
1
100163-03
1
∆
Tradename decal
∆
Tradename decal
100163-04
1
∆
General information decal
099548-05
1
∆
Operation decal
099666-01
1
∆
LP Warning decal
079663-01
1
∆
Notice decal
099672-01
1
∆
Hose/regulator assembly
LPA3090
1
(*) Standard hardware item, available locally.
(∆) Not shown.
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and electrical shock can occur.
Troubleshooting Chart
Symptom
Fan does not turn when heater is
plugged in
Heater will not ignite
Possible Cause(s)
Corrective Action
1. No electrical power to heater
1. Check voltage to electrical outlet. If
voltage is good, check heater power
cord for breaks
2. Fan hitting inside of heater shell
2. Adjust motor/fan guard to keep fan
from hitting inside of heater shell.
Bend fan guard if necessary
3. Fan blades bent
3. Replace fan. See Fan, page 8
4. Defective motor
4. Replace motor. See Motor, page 8
1. User did not follow installation or
operation instructions properly
1. Repeat installation and operation
instructions. See Installation, page 6
and Operation, page 6
2. No spark at ignitor. To test for spark,
follow step 8 under Ignitor, page 9.
If you see spark at ignitor, have
heater serviced by qualified service
person. If no spark seen:
A) Loose or disconnected ignitor
wire
2.
A) Check ignitor wire. Tighten or
reattach loose ignitor wire. See Figure
14, page 9 for ignitor wire location
B) Wrong spark gap
B) Set gap between ignitor electrode
and target plate to .17"
C) Piezo ignitor loose
C) Tighten nut holding piezo ignitor
to base of heater
D) Bad ignitor electrode
D) Replace ignitor electrode. See
Ignitor, page 9
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Symptom
Heater shuts down while running
Possible Cause(s)
Corrective Action
1. High surrounding air temperature
causing thermal limit device to shut
down heater
1. This can happen when running
heater in temperatures above 85°F.
Run heater in cooler temperatures
2. Restricted air flow
2. Check heater inlet and outlet.
Remove any obstructions
3. Damaged fan
3. Replace fan. See Fan, page 8
Use only in areas
free of high dust
content.
4. Excessive dust or debris in surrounding area
4. Clean heater. See Maintenance, page 7
Accessories
Description
Part No.
10' Rubber Hose with Brass Fitting
U.L. listed.
LPA1020
15' Rubber Hose with Brass Fitting
U.L. listed.
LPA1030
Propane Gas Regulator
U.L. listed.
LPA2110
Hose/Regulator Assembly
U.L. listed.
LPA3090
Fuel Gas Connector
Connects regulator to all standard
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Tank Stabilizer
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LIMITED WARRANTY
DAYTON ONE-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY. Natural gas construction heater, Models covered in this manual are warranted by Dayton
Electric Mfg. Co. (Dayton) to the original user against defects in workmanship or materials under normal use for one year after date of purchase.
Any part which is determined to be defective in material or workmanship and returned to an authorized service location, as Dayton designates,
shipping costs prepaid, will be, as the exclusive remedy, repaired or replaced at Dayton’s option. For limited warranty claim procedures, see
PROMPT DISPOSITION below. This limited warranty gives purchasers specific legal rights which vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction.
LIMITATION OF LIABILITY. To the extent allowable under applicable law, Dayton’s liability for consequential and incidental damages is
expressly disclaimed. Dayton’s liability in all events is limited to, and shall not exceed, the purchase price paid.
WARRANTY DISCLAIMER. Dayton has made a diligent effort to provide product information and illustrate the product in this literature
accurately; however, such information and illustrations are for the sole purpose of identification, and do not express or imply a warranty that
the products are MERCHANTABLE, or FIT FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, or that the products will necessarily conform to the illustrations or
descriptions.
Except as provided below, no warranty or affirmation of fact, expressed or implied, other than as stated in “LIMITED WARRANTY” above is
made or authorized by Dayton.
PRODUCT SUITABILITY. Many jurisdictions have codes and regulations governing sales, construction, installation, and/or use of products
for certain purposes, which may vary from those in neighboring areas. While Dayton attempts to assure that its products comply with such
codes, it cannot guarantee compliance, and cannot be responsible for how the product is installed or used. Before purchase and use of a
product, review the product applications, and all applicable national and local codes and regulations, and be sure that the product, installation,
and use will comply with them.
Certain aspects of disclaimers are not applicable to consumer products; e.g., (a) some jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion or limitation of
incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you; (b) also, some jurisdictions do not allow
limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, consequently the above limitation may not apply to you; and (c) by law, during the period
of this Limited Warranty, any implied warranties of implied merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose applicable to consumer products
purchased by consumers, may not be excluded or otherwise disclaimed.
PROMPT DISPOSITION. Dayton will make a good faith effort for prompt correction or other adjustment with respect to any product which
proves to be defective within limited warranty. For any product believed to be defective within limited warranty, first write or call dealer from
whom product was purchased. Dealer will give additional directions. If unable to resolve satisfactorily, write to Dayton at address below, giving
dealer’s name, address, date and number of dealer’s invoice, and describing the nature of the defect. Title and risk of loss pass to buyer on
delivery to common carrier. If product was damaged in transit to you, file claim with carrier.
Manufactured for Dayton Electric Mfg. Co., 5959 W. Howard St., Niles, Illinois 60714 U.S.A.
Manufactured for Dayton Electric Mfg. Co.
Niles, Illinois 60714 U.S.A.
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