Model# 60255 Use extreme care when handling especially around the head of the unit. This appliance MUST be grounded. * When using outdoors,we recommend using a certified GFI (Ground Fault Interrupt) outlet to protect against electrical shock. * Ensure that the heater mounting bracket is SECURELY fastened to the wall, patio overhang or house eave. * Route electrical cable AWAY from main body of heater which gets very hot. * Do NOT cover or obstruct the main body of the heater during use. * All installations must be in accordance with I.E.E. safety regulations or equivalent. If you are unsure,consult an electrical service professional. * Avoid the use of extension cord with this appliance. * Do not place any objects such as furniture,papers, clothing or curtains closer than 3 ft to the front and the sides of the heater. NOTE: your IR heater main body,electrical components & bracket are fully factory assembled.Do NOT attempt to service or disassemble without proper instructions. - IR head unit w/Protective powder coated steel body Wall Mounting Bracket Head Unit with glass plate, pre-installed, 16/3 grounded electrical cord, wall mount component Grounded Outlet box cover Grounding pin 1. Read all instructions before using this heater. 2. This heater will get very hot while in use .To avoid burning, do not let bare skin touch hot surface. If provided,use handles when moving this heater.Keep flammable materials, such as furniture,pillows,bedding,papers, clothing, and curtains at least 3 feet (0.9m) from the heater. 3. DO NOT LEAVE heater unattended.Extreme caution is necessary when any heater is used by, or near ,children or disabled persons, and whenever the heater is left operating and unattended. 4. Always unplug heater when not in use. 5. Do not operate any heater with a damaged cord or plug, if the heater malfunctions, or has been dropped or damaged in any manner. Return heater to authorized service facility for repairs. 6. Can be used indoors or outdoors ,operate at least 3 feet (0.9m) from people or objects. 7. Never operate heater near water or where it can be knocked over. 8. Do not run cord under carpeting. Do not cover cord with throw rugs,runners,or similar coverings. Arrange cord away from traffic area and where it will not be tripped over. 9. To disconnect heater ,remove plug from electical outlet. 10. Connect to properly grounded outlets only. 11. Do not insert or allow foreign objects to enter venilation or exhaust opening;doing so may cause an electical shock or fire, or may damage the heater. 12. To Prevent a possible fire, do not block air intakes or exhaust in any manner. Do not use on soft surfaces,like a bed ,where openings may become blocked. 13. A heater has hot and sparking parts inside. Do not use it in area where gasoline, paint, or flammable liquids are used or stored. 14. Use this heater only as described in this manual. Any other use not recommended by the manufacturer may cause fire, electrical shock ,or unjury to persons. 15. Avoid the use of an extension cord because the extension cord may overheat and cause a risk of fire. However, if you have to use an extension cord, use either a 12 or 14 gauge wire which is rated not less then 1900 watts. The recommended length for a 14 gauge is 050 feet, but if need be long use a 12 gauge no longer then 100 feet. 16. SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS for future reference. 17. Please keep each side of the head unit at least 11.8inch from the objects.[Please see the below illustration.] Step 1 Be sure to read and familiarize yourself with the overall assembly and installation instructions in this manual before beginning.It may be helpful to have someone assist you with the installation. This unit is primarily designed for outdoor applications. Tools Required: #2 or #3 Phillips Screwdriver (or standard slotted screwdriver), adjustable wrench, pencil, 5/16'' drill and a ladder. Step 2 Find a suitable location to mount the heater unit, be sure to comply with ALL minumum required distances and clearance specifications.See illustration below, fig. 3. * Do not place any objects such as furniture, papers, clothing or curtains closer than 3 ft to the front and sides of the heater. - Position mounting bracket flush against the wall where you want to position the IR unit. Make sure the bracket is level and mark the centers of the holes with a pencil. Note the proper upright orientation of the bracket, see fig. 1. - Drill 4 pilot holes approx. 1 5/8'' deep. For mounting on stucco walls and/or locations where there is not a wood stud, be sure to use appropriate wall anchors to properly secure mounting bracket to wall. - Attached wall bracket using the 4 screws included (and wall anchors if applicable). Apply all 4 screws loosely at first, check that the bracket is level and then tighten securely. Step 3 Fig. 2 12" * Insert wall mount assembly from head unit into wall mount bracket. See fig. 2. - Note orientation of bracket and head unit. * Align and apply small set screw to bottom of wall bracket and thru the wall mount of the head unit to lock head unit into place. Tighten securely. *** IMPORTANT NOTE: be sure to route and keep the electrical cord AWAY from the main body of the heater unit. *** Screws UP 10" Drill 5/16" Pilot hole 1 5/8" depth 84" Wall Fig. 2 Floor Floor Heater MUST always face the floor Ceiling Wall Route power cord below and away from head unit as show in box 5. Ceiling Wall Correct Ceiling UP Wall Wrong Correct The moving bracket angle may not be more than 45 degrees Wrong This appliance MUST be grounded. * When using outdoors, we recommend using a certified GF I(Ground Fault Interrupt)outlet to protect against electrical shock. * Ensure that the heater mounting bracket is SECURELY fastened to the wall,patio overhang or house eave. * Route electrical cable AWAY from main body of heater which gets very hot. * Do NOT cover or obstruct the main body of the heater during use. * All installations must be in accordance with I.E.E. safety regulations or equivalent. If you are unsure, consult an electrical service professional. * Avoid the use of extension cord with this appliance.If one is used, it MUST be at least a 14/3 wire, grounded cord, 50ft max. length. * Do not place any objects such as furniture, papers, clothing or curtains closer than 3 ft to the front and the side of the heater. NOTE: your IR Heater main body, electrical components & bracket are fully factory assembled. Do NOT attempt to service or disassemble without proper instructions. For optimal performance and safety concerns,we HIGHLY RECOMMEND that the Infrared Heater Head be operated at a min. of 84''ht. with a 45-55 degree angle of operational spread. To Adjust The IR Head Unit: Swivel head unit up or down to desired position. The head unit must be at a 45-55 degree angle for optimal operation and output.There should only be a moderate amount of tension to maintain the swivel bracket. If it becomes too loose, tighten hex nuts and bolts at swivel points on head unit bracket. The adjust angle of Head Unit is less than 45 degree. Min head unit clearance from combustibles 10" wall and 12" ceiling Note:Be sure electrical cord is grouded and positioned away from head unit. Creates a generous zone of comfort! Step 1 Before plug your Infrared Heating System, adjust the head unit angle as desired. Do NOT touch the head unit during operation or for 30 minutes AFTER unplug. The head units GETS VERY HOT! Refer to coverage area in Fig. 7 for best positioning location and heat spread/coverage. 45 degrees angle of heat spread 84" 1500W Quartz Halogen Lamp 10ft Uses standard 120V household 10.8ft current 19ft Step 2 The infrared electric heating system comes equipped with a heavy duty , 16/3 gauge wire and grounded plug. This appliance must be used with an outlet that has been installed and grounded in accordance with all local codes and ordinances. Makes sure that the heater is connected to an outlet having the same configuration as the plug shown in Fig. 8. Do NOT use an adapter with this product. Check with a licensed electrician if the grounding instructions are not understood completely or if the wall outlet does not match the plug. Grounding instructions The instruction manual of grounded heaters shall include the following or equivalent wording: (In the case of a heater rated for a nominal 120 voilts.) This heater is for use on 120 voits.The cord has a plug as shown at Ain Figure 65.1 An adapter as shown at C is available for connecting three-blade grounding-typeplugs to two-slot receptacles.The gree grounding lug extending from the adapter must be connected to a permanent ground such as a properly grounded outlet box.The adapter should not be used if a three-slot grounded receptacle is available. Step 3 Always UNPLUG unit when not in use! Your infrared electric heating system is ready to enjoy.Plug the appliance in and begin enjoying the warmth! SAFE for INDOOR Applications too! Contact toll free customer service hotline to order approved replacement lamps and parts. NOTE: do NOT touch the new halogen lamp with your bare fingers.Oils from your hand could reduce the life of the lamp by causing a heat spot.Recommend using clean cotton or plastic gloves.A clean paper towel may also work. Quartz Halogen Lamp Replacement: * Be sure unit is unplugged from wall outlet! * Remove 2 screws from each end of the head unit as shown in the figure as step 1 and 2 Remove 4 bolts from the front glass plate as shown in step 3 * Pull out & remove the left & right, front air vent panels and protective glass plate.(see #3) - Note position of end clips on vent panel. They must be aligned as close to end connectors of lamp tube as possible when re-assembled. Pull out and/or pushed into place. * Gently pull out entire old lamp assembly from the clips at the terminal connection ends. (see #4 & #5). Slide and lift the connection ends out from the friction clips by gently pushing apart the clips. Unscrew wire leads from terminal. Remove entire old lamp assembly. * Gently re-insert connection ends of the NEW lamp assembly into the friction clips(see #4). Pull apart the clips slightly and gently push the connectors into place. Do not allow the metal clips to touch the actual lamp tube. The clips should be about at the center point of the end connectors. * Reconnect the wire leads to terminal connectors Re-insert vent panels by gently pushing the end clips into housing body, align clip ends close to lamp end connectors and push into place. Insert the 2 screws in each end of the head unit (#1 and #2) Replace front glass plate ,for best results,insert the 2 bolts for the top of the glass plate first,then insert the 2 bolts for the bottom of the glass plate Do not tighten until all four bolts are inserted Do NOT over tighten a gap between the glass and steel housing in necessary for heat venting Heatproof casing pipe Clip ends must be aligned as close to end connectors of lamp tube when installed. Do NOT allow to touch tube lamp itself. a casing/ electric wire Connecting wire lead Metal friction clips Push apart sligtly to remove lamp tube end connectors 4 small bolts Remove & Replace ENTIRE Lamp assembly including lamp, end connectors & wire lead NOTE: do NOT allow any metal to contact actual lamp tube Gently re-insert connector ends of the NEW lamp assembly into the friction clips (see #4). Pull apart the clips slightly and gently push the connectors into place. Do not allow the metal clips to touch the actual lamp tube. The clips should be about at the center point of the end connectors when re-assembled. R Fire Sense R and Well Traveled Living R are registered trademarks of Well Traveled Imports, lnc . All assembly instruction presentation s are the property of Well Traveled Imports, lnc.R and are protected by U.S. copyrights and trademarks. All rights reserved.
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