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User’s Manual & Operating Instructions
Model Number
HH-600T-KFA
Consumer: Please Read These Instructions And Keep For Your Reference
IMPORTANT: Read and understand all of the directions in this manual before assembling,
starting, or servicing the heater. Improper use of this heater can cause serious injury. Keep this
manual for future reference.
DANGER GENERAL HAZARD WARNING:
Be sure to comply with the instructions and warnings provided with this heater, or death,
serious bodily injury and property loss, damage from the hazards of fire, explosion, burn,
asphyxiation, and carbon monoxide poisoning can result.
Only persons who can follow and understand these instructions should use or service this
heater. If you need heater information such as an instruction manual, labels, etcetera, contact
the manufacturer.
for use in residential living areas or in non-adequately ventilated enclosed
DANGER Not
spaces.
For outdoor use. Indoor use permitted for: The temporary heating of adequately
ventilated buildings or structures under construction, alteration or repair.
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Table of Contents
Safety Information .......................................... 2-3
Unpacking .......................................................... 3
Features ............................................................ 3
Assembly ........................................................ 4-5
Operation ........................................................ 6-8
Fuels .................................................................. 6
Theory of Operation ........................................... 6
Ventilation .......................................................... 6
Long Term Storage ............................................. 8
Maintenance ................................................. 9-11
Wiring Diagram ................................................ 11
Exploded View ................................................. 12
Replacement Parts .......................................... 13
Troubleshooting .......................................... 14-15
Warranty ............................................ Back Cover
Safety Information
a potentially hazardous
WARNING Indicates
situation which, if not avoided,
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 7.
WARNING
COULD result in death or serious injury.
a potentially hazardous
CAUTION Indicates
situation which, if not avoided, MAY
result in minor or moderate injury.
This is a kerosene, direct-fired, forced air heater. It is 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. Carbon monoxide is toxic.
Monoxide poisoning may lead to
DANGER Carbon
death!
Do not operate this heater until you have
read, and thoroughly understand these
safety and operating instruction. 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, explosion, burns, asphyxiation
or carbon monoxide poisoning. Only persons who can read and
understand these instructions should use or service this heater.
WARNING
Humans can tolerate small amounts of carbon monoxide, and
precautions should be taken to provide proper ventilation. Failure
to provide proper ventilation according to this manual can result in
death. Early signs of carbon monoxide poisoning resemble the flu.
Symptoms of improper ventilation are:
* headache * dizziness * burning of the nose and eyes
* nausea * dry mouth * sore throat
Not for use in homes or recreational vehicles.
For optimal performance of this heater, it is strongly suggested
that 1-K kerosene be used. 1-K kerosene has been refined to
virtually eliminate contaminants, such as sulfur, which can cause a
rotten egg odor during the operation of the heater. However, #1 or
#2 fuel oil (diesel fuel) may also be used if 1-K kerosene is not
available. Be advised that these fuels do not burn as clean as 1-K
kerosene, and care should be taken to provide more fresh air
ventilation to accommodate any added contaminants that may be
added to the heated space. Use of #1 or #2 fuel oil may result in
more periodic maintenance.
Risk of indoor air pollution!
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).
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).
WARNING
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 up to 6 months.
- Use this heater only in well ventilated areas! Provide at least a
three square foot (2,800 sq cm) opening of outside air for every
100,000 BTU/hr of heater rating.
- People with breathing problems should consult a physician
before using the heater.
- Carbon Monoxide Poisoning: Early signs of carbon monoxide
Indicates an imminently hazardous
DANGER situation which, if not avoided, WILL
poisoning resemble flu-like symptoms such as headaches,
dizziness, and/or nausea. If you have these symptoms, your
heater may not be working properly.
result in death or serious injury.
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Safety Information (continued)
Simply locate fan in safe, desired position on level ground,
and connect to approved power source.
- Get fresh air at once! Have the heater serviced. Some people
- ALWAYS keep children and animals away from heater.
- Bulk fuel storage should be a minimum of 25 ft. from heaters,
torches, portable generators, or other sources of ignition. All
fuel storage should be in accordance with federal, state, or
local authorities having jurisdiction.
- Never use this heater in living or sleeping areas.
- NEVER use this heater where flammable vapors may be
present.
Risk of electric shock!
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.
Risk of burns / fire / explosion!
WARNING
WARNING
- NEVER use fuels such as gasoline, benzene, paint thinners, or
-
- Use only the electrical power (voltage and frequency) specified
on the model plate of the heater. Use only a three-prong,
grounded outlet and extension cord.
other oil compounds in this heater (RISK OF FIRE OR
EXPLOSION).
NEVER refill the heater’s fuel tank while heater is operating or
still hot. This heater is EXTREMELY HOT while in operation.
Keep all combustible materials away from this heater.
NEVER block air inlet (rear) or air outlet (front) of heater.
NEVER use duct work in front or at rear of heater.
NEVER move or handle heater while still hot.
NEVER transport heater with fuel in its tank.
If equipped with a thermostat, the heater may start at any time.
ALWAYS locate heater on a stable and level surface.
- ALWAYS install the heater so that it is not directly exposed to
water spray, rain, dripping water, or wind.
- ALWAYS unplug the heater when not in use.
Minimum clearance from Combustibles:
Front
Top, Sides and Rear
10 ft
4 ft.
Unpacking
Remove the heater and all of the packaging materials from the
shipping carton.
NOTE: Save the box and packaging materials for future storage.
Check the chart below to be sure that you have all of the parts
required to assembly your heater. If you find that any parts are
missing, call 215-891-8460 for assistance in receiving the
missing components.
Features
Handle Frame
Front Handle
Rear Shell
Front Shell
Rear Handle
Lower Shell
Fan Guard
Fuel Tank
Control Panel
Power Cord
Figure 1: Features of HH-600 T-KFA
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Assembly
Front Handle
Handle Frame
Cord Wrap
Screw (L)
Rear Handle
Screw (S)
Fuel Tank Flange
Fan Guard
Nut
Wheel Support Frame
Wheel (Pneumatic)
Axle
Flat Washer (L)
Flat Washer (S)
Cotter Pin
Wheel Cap
Wheel Tube Valve
Bushing
Figure 2: Features of HH-600 T-KFA
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Assembly (Continued)
HH-600 T-KFA
Wheel support frame
Yes
Wheels and Axle
Yes
Wheel Caps
Yes
Front and Rear Handle
Yes
Cord Wraps
Yes
Handle Frame
Yes
Screws, Nuts and Washers
Yes
Cotter Pins and Bushings
Yes
Front Handle
Handle Frame
Wheels
Bushings
Rear Handle
Screws (L)
Screws (S)
Flat Washers (S)
Flat Washers (L)
Cotter Pins
Bushings
Wheel Support Frame
Nuts
Cord Wraps
Axle
Figure 3: Hardware Components
HH-600 T-KFA
3. Place wheel cap on flat washers (L) and put wheel cap in flat
washers (L) end.
- Tools required: Medium phillips screw driver, open end or
adjustable wrench, needle nose pliers.
4. Place heater on wheel support frame. Make sure air inlet end
(rear) of heater is over wheels. Align the holes on fuel tank
flange. Insert screws through handles (front and rear), fuel tank
flange, and wheel support frame as shown in Figure 3 and
attach nut finger tight after each screw is inserted.
ASSEMBLING FRAME AND WHEELS
1. Slide axle through wheel support frame. Install wheel bushings,
flat washers (S) and wheel on axle.
5. After all screws are inserted, tighten nuts firmly.
NOTE: When installing wheels, tube valve should face out from
support frame (Figure 2).
CAUTION
2. Place flat washers (L) and cotter pins on axle ends and bend
cotter pins with long nose pliers to secure.
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Operation
KEROSENE (1-K)
Electrical System Protection: This heater’s electrical system
is protected by a fuse that protects it and other electrical components from damage. Fuse is located inside of an in-line “FUSE
BARREL”. If your heater fails to operate, check this fuse first and
replace as needed.
For optimal performance of this heater, it is strongly suggested
that 1-K kerosene be used. 1-K kerosene has been refined to
virtually eliminate contaminants, such as sulfur, which can cause a
rotten egg odor during the operation of the heater. However, #1 or
#2 fuel oil (diesel fuel) may also be used if 1-K kerosene is not
available. Be advised that these fuels do not burn as clean as 1-K
kerosene, and care should be taken to provide more fresh air
ventilation to accommodate any added contaminants that may be
added to the heated space. Using diesel fuel can cause excess
soot production. DO NOT use any fuel that is not approved
above.
Flame Sensor: Utilizes a photocell to monitor the flame in burn
chamber during normal operation. It will cause the heater to shut
off should the burner flame extinguish.
FUELING THE HEATER
It is always a good idea to fire the heater outdoors for the first
time. This will allow any oils used in the manufacturing process to
be burned off in a safe environment. This initial burn should last
at least 10 minutes.
NOTE: Kerosene should only be stored in a blue container that is
clearly marked “kerosene”. Never store kerosene in a red container. Red containers are associated with gasoline.
NEVER REFUEL THIS HEATER WHILE IT
IS HOT OR OPERATING. FIRE OR
EXPLOSION COULD RESULT.
WARNING
- NEVER store kerosene in the living space. Kerosene should be
stored in a well ventilated area outside the living
area.
- NEVER use fuel such as gasoline, benzene, alcohol, white gas,
camp stove fuel, paint thinners or other oil compounds in this
heater (THESE ARE VOLATILE FUELS THAT CAN CAUSE A
FIRE OR EXPLOSION).
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 FUEL TANK.
- NEVER store kerosene in direct sunlight or near a source of
heat.
VENTILATION
CAUTION
Risk of indoor air pollution. Use heater
only in well ventilated areas.
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. Provide a larger opening if more heaters are
being used.
CAUTION
- 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.
- Use 1-K kerosene in this heater. #1 fuel is a suitable substitute.
THEORY OF OPERATION
Fuel System: This heater is equipped with a fuel pump that
TO START HEATER
1. Fill fuel tank with 1-K kerosene or No. 1 fuel oil.
forces fuel through the fuel line connected to the fuel intake, and
then through a nozzle in the burner head. This fuel is then
sprayed into the combustion chamber in a fine mist.
2. Attach fuel cap and be sure it is secure.
3. Plug power cord into three prong, grounded extension cord
and plug extension cord into three prong 120V grounded outlet. The extension cord should be at least six feet long.
Quick-Fire Ignition: The electronic ignitor sends voltage to a
specially designed spark plug. The spark plug ignites the fuel and
air mixture.
Extension Cord Wire Size Requirements:
• 6 to 10 feet long, use 14 AWG conductor.
Air System: The heavy duty motor turns a fan that forces air
into and around the combustion chamber. Here, the air is heated
and then forced out the front of the heater.
• 101 to 200 feet long, use 12 AWG conductor.
• 201 to 300 feet long, use 10 AWG conductor.
• 301 to 400 feet long, use 8 AWG conductor.
Temperature Limit Control: This heater is equipped with a
• 401 to 500 feet long, use 6 AWG conductor.
Temperature Limit Control designed to turn the heater off should
the internal temperature rise to an unsafe level. If this device activates and turns your heater off, it may require service.
4. Push “OPERATION BUTTON”. Power indicator lamp and room
temperature display will light and heater will start. Push the up
and down arrow keys on the control panel to adjust the
thermostat setting.
Once the temperature falls below the reset temperature, you will
be able to start your heater.
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Operation (Continued)
Combustion Chamber
Fan
HH-600T-KFA
Internal Shut-Off
Temp. +/-10
Degrees
176°F / 80°C
Reset Temp.
+/-10 Degrees
149°F / 65°C
Motor
Room temperature
Fuse
Power Lamp
Control Panel
Fuel Tank
MODEL
Fuse Barrel
Operation Button
Figure 4: Overview of Heater design
If heater does not start, the thermostat setting may be too low.
Push “TEMP CONTROL UP ARROW” to higher setting to start
heater. If heater still does not start, see Troubleshooting Chart on
page 14.
NOTE: The major electrical components of this heater are protected by a circuit breaker (fuse) mounted to the power switch. If your
heater fails to start, check this first and replace as necessary. You
should also check your power source to insure that proper voltage
and frequency are being supplied to the heater.
3. To temporarily stop heater, set thermostat at a temperature
lower than air around heater. Heater will cycle back on if air
temperature around heater matches thermostat setting.
TO STOP HEATER
ELECTRICAL OUTLET
TO RESTART THE HEATER
Do not restart heater until cooling cycle is
finished.
1. Wait until after cooling cycle has finished after stopping heater.
CAUTION
2. Repeat steps under TO START HEATER.
Never unplug heater while heater is
running!
Heater must go through cooling cycle. The cooling cycle cools the
combustion chamber. Damage to heater can occur if combustion
chamber is not cooled. Do not restart heater until cooling cycle is
complete.
WARNING Shock Hazard!
WARNING
- Never plug in an appliance with more than 5amp rating in this
outlet.
- Always keep outlet covered when not in use
- 120V 5amp max (non fused).
1. Push “OPERATION BUTTON”, This will cause heater flame to
go out. The motor will continue to run during the cooling cycle.
This allows the fan to cool the combustion chamber. When the
cooling cycle (approx. 2 minutes) is finished, the motor will stop.
Do not unplug heater until cooling cycle is finished.
2. Disconnect heater from power source.
Electrical Outlet
120v 5 amp max
(non-fused)
Operation Button
Temp Control Buttons
Figure 5: Control Panel
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Figure 6: Electrical Outlet
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Operation (Continued)
LONG TERM STORAGE
Drain Fuel Tank
1. Remove drain nut from rear bottom side of fuel tank by
unscrewing nut and drain. See Figure 7.
2. Using a small amount of kerosene, swirl and rinse the inside of
the tank.
Drain Bolt
NEVER MIX WATER WITH KEROSENE, as it will cause rust
inside the tank. Pour the kerosene out, making sure that you
remove it all.
IMPORTANT: Do not store kerosene over summer for use during
next heating season. Using old fuel may damage heater.
IMPORTANT: Never store leftover kerosene over the summer.
Using old fuel can damage your heater.
Drain Bolt
Drain Nut
Figure 7: Drain Bolt
Drain Bolt
3.Reinstall drain bolt as follows:
- Insert bolt’s seal head fully into drain hole so that flange is flush
to tank’s bottom.
- Insert seal cap fully into head hole so that cap flange is flush to
head flange.
Figure 8: Drain Bolt Reinstall
IMPORTANT: Reinstall bolt fully into hole in tank; otherwise it will
not seal completely.
- Make sure storage place is free of dust and corrosive fumes.
- Store the heater in the original box with the original packing
material and keep USER'S MANUAL with heater.
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Maintenance
Never service heater while it is plugged in
or while hot!
Use only original equipment replacement parts. The use of
alternate or third party components can cause unsafe operating
conditions, and will void your warranty.
WARNING
Nozzle
We suggest following a maintenance schedule as follows:
FUEL/FUEL TANK:
Flush every 200 hours of operation or as needed. Do not use
water to flush the tank. Use fresh 1-K kerosene only.
AIR FILTERS:
The Air Intake Filter should be replaced or washed with soap and
water and dried thoroughly every 500 hours of operation, or less,
depending on conditions.
The Output and Lint Filters should be replaced every 500 hours
of operation or less, depending on conditions.
NOTE: Use of diesel may require additional maintenance.
Figure 9: Nozzle Replacement
- Reinstall nozzle into burner head and tighten firmly (175-200
inch-pounds).
- Reinstall spark plug in burner head.
FAN BLADES:
- Attach burner head to combustion chamber.
CLEAN EVERY SEASON OR AS NEEDED.
- Attach spark plug wire to spark plug
- Remove upper shell (See air intake filter).
- Attach fuel line to burner head and tighten firmly.
- Use Allen wrench to loosen set screw which holds fan blade to
motor shaft.
- Replace upper shell.
- Slip fan blade off motor shaft.
- Attach fuel and air line hoses to burner head.
- Clean fan blade using soft cloth moistened with kerosene or solvent.
- Reinstall fan blade and upper shell.
- Attach ignitor wire to spark plug.
- Dry fan blade thoroughly.
- Reinstall fan blade to motor shaft.
Spark Plug
- Place fan hub flush with end of motor shaft.
- Place set screw on flat end of shaft.
- Tighten screw firmly (40-50 inch pounds/ 4.5-5.6 N-m). Reinstall
upper shell.
Nozzle
NOZZLE:
Remove dirt in nozzle as needed
Figure 10: Spark Plug Replacement
- Remove upper shell.
SPARK PLUG:
- Remove fuel line B from burner assembly by using wrench.
CLEAN AND REGAP EVERY 600 HOURS OF OPERATION OR
REPLACE AS NEEDED.
- Remove burner head from burner assembly.
- Remove lead wire from spark plug.
- Remove upper shell.
- Remove spark plug from burner head.
- Remove spark plug wire from spark plug.
- Carefully remove nozzle from burner head using socket wrench.
- Remove spark plug from burner head using medium Phillips
screwdriver.
- Blow compressed air through face of nozzle (This will remove
any dirt).
- Clean and regap spark plug electrodes to 0.1” (2.5 mm) gap.
- Inspect nozzle for damage. If damaged or clogged, replace
nozzle.
- Reinstall spark plug into burner head.
- Attach spark plug wire to spark plug.
- Make sure plug is in place on burner head.
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Maintenance (Continued)
Burner Assembly
Fuel Filter
Fuel Cover
Photocell
Figure 12: Removing Fuel Filter
Figure 11: Photocell
Fuel Cap
PHOTOCELL:
CLEAN PHOTOCELL ANNUALLY OR AS NEEDED.
- Remove upper shell.
Fuel Gasket
- Remove fan (See fan blades on page 9).
- Remove photocell from its mounting bracket
Fuel Filter A
- Clean photocell lens with cotton swab.
TO REPLACE: Remove side cover near Operation switch.
- Disconnect wires from Operation switch and remove photocell.
- Disconnect wires from circuit board and remove side cover.
- Install new photocell and attach wires to circuit board.
- Replace switch wires to operation switch and side cover.
- Replace fan and upper shell.
FUEL FILTER:
CLEAN TWICE PER HEATING SEASON OR AS NEEDED.
Figure 13: Fuel Filter A in Tank
PUMP PRESSURE ADJUSTMENT:
- Open rear shell.
- Remove rear shell.
- Remove filter cover by unscrewing four screws (see Figure 12).
- Remove fuel line A from fuel pump by using wrench.
- Remove fuel filter from filter cover.
- Replace pressure gauge at outlet of fuel pump.
- Wash fuel filter in clean kerosene.
- Adjust pump pressure by turning pressure adjustment screw
- Replace fuel filter and filter cover.
- Replace pressure gauge at outlet of fuel pump.
Fuel filter A in fuel tank:
- Remove fuel cap (see Figure 13).
- Take out fuel filter from fuel tank.
- Wash fuel filter A with clean kerosene.
- Replace fuel filter in fuel tank.
- Adjust pump pressure by turning pressure adjustment screw.
- Turn relief valve clockwise to increase pressure.
- Turn relief valve counterclockwise to decrease pressure.
- Set pump pressure to 128 PSI by turning screwdriver.
Pump pressure gauge is not supplied.
- Replace fuel cap on fuel tank.
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Maintenance (Continued)
NOTE: Use only original equipment replacement parts. Use of
alternate or third party components will void any warranty and
may cause unsafe operating conditions.
- Stop heater (See OPERATION, page 6).
- If accessory pressure gauge is being used, remove pressure
gauge.
- Replace pressure gauge, and plug in end of filter cover.
NOTE: If heater does not ignite when heater is turned on, please
turn AIR VENT SCREW counter clockwise to release air, then
turn OPERATION SWITCH back on.
Pump Adjusting
Screw
Figure 14: Pump Pressure Adjustment
Wiring Diagram
Figure 15: Wiring Diagram for HH-600T-KFA
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Exploded View
Figure 16: Exploded View for HH-600T-KFA
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Parts List
Item #
Description
HH-600T-KFA
Item #
Description
HH-600T-KFA
1
Upper Front Shell
—
24
Wheel
70-041-0113
2
Upper Rear Shell
—
25
Cotter Pin
70-041-0107
3
Lower Shell
—
26
Wheel Bushing
70-041-0109
4
Cord Bushing
27
Flat Washer
70-041-0105
5
Fuel Tank
70-033-0200
—
28
Wheel Cap
70-041-0111
6
Right Side Cover
70-008-0610
29
Safety Guard
70-065-0200
7
PCB Case
70-027-0801
30
Socket Cover
70-030-0100
8
PCB Assembly
70-027-0800
31
Electric Outlet Assembly
70-029-0100
9
PCB Lead Wire
70-027-0802
32
Thermostat
70-019-0500
10
Drain Plug
70-002-0107
33
Thermostat Bracket
70-019-0501
11
Fuel Cap Assembly
70-006-0200
34
Photocell
70-016-0160
12
Fuel Filling Filter
70-006-0300
35
Burner Head
70-014-0800
13
Fuel Gauge
75-007-0400
36
Spark Plug
70-052-0500
14
Fuel Line
70-036-1000
37
Nozzle
70-015-0800
15
Fuel Filter Cover Screw
70-006-0502
38
Burner Motor
70-063-0201
16
Fuel Filter Cover
70-006-0503
39
Fan Fixing Screw
70-024-0805
17
Fuel Filter
70-006-0501
40
Fan Assembly
70-024-0800
18
Drain Line
70-036-1001
41
19
Ignitor
70-037-0800
42
Motor Supporter
70-020-0408
20
Combustion Chamber
—
43
Front Handle
70-042-0400
21
Power Cord
70-034-0300
44
Handle Frame
70-042-0401
22
Wheel Support Frame
70-064-0200
45
Rear Handle
70-043-0400
23
Wheel Axle
70-041-0403
46
Cord Wrap
70-032-0200
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Troubleshooting
Symptom
E1
Heater will not ignite, but
motor runs for a short period
of time (Lamp is flickering)
E1
Fan does not turn when
heater is plugged in.
Possible Cause(s)
Solution
1. Wrong pump pressure
1. See Pump Pressure Adjustment, Page 10
2. Dirty fuel filter
2. See Fuel Filter, Page 10
3. Dirt in nozzle
3. See Nozzle, Page 9
4. Dirty photocell lens
4. Clean Photocell Lens, Page 9
5. Photocell assembly not properly installed
(not seeing flame)
5. Make sure photocell boot is properly seated in
bracket (See page 10)
6. Bad electrical connection between photocell
and Main PCB assembly
6. Check electrical components (See Wiring
Diagrams, Page 11)
7. Defective photocell
7. Replace Photocell, Page 10
1. No fuel in tank
1. Fill tank with kerosene
2. Wrong pump pressure
2. See Pump Pressure Adjustment, Page 10
3. Carbon deposits on spark plug and/or
improper gap
3. See Spark Plug, Page 9
4. Dirty fuel filter
4. See Fuel Filter, Page 10
5. Dirt in nozzle
5. See Nozzle, Page 9
6. Water in fuel tank
6. Flush fuel tank with clean kerosene, page 7
7. Bad electrical connection between ignitor
and Main PCB assembly
7. Check electrical connections (See Wiring
Diagrams, Page 11)
8. Ignitor Wire not attached to spark plug
8. Attach ignitor wire to spark plug (See Spark Plug,
Page 9)
9. Defective ignitor
9. Replace ignitor
1. Thermostat setting too low
1. Adjust thermostat to a higher setting
2. Poor electrical connection between motor
and Main PCB assembly
2. Check electrical connections (See Wiring
Diagrams, Page 11)
1. Switch Failure
1. Replace Switch
2. Short Circuit
2. Check Wiring and connection
E1 or E2
E3
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Troubleshooting (Continued)
Symptom
Possible Cause(s)
Sensor disconnected
A. Check limit control thermostat
E4
E5
Solution
B. Check sensor connection
Temperature limit safety device is
overheated
1. Wait until unit cools down
1. Poor Combustion
1. Poor Combustion
- Flames extending beyond heater
- Adjust Pump Pressure (see page 10)
- Low heat output
Other Problems
2. Power Failure
2. Power Failure
- Check / Replace Fuse
- No power supply to heater
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UNATTENDED WHILE BURNING OR WHILE CONNECTED
TO A POWER SOURCE
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 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, 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
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is in lieu of all other express warranties. Pinnacle
Products International, Inc. disclaims all warranties for
products that are purchased from sellers other than
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