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PORTABLE

FORCED AIR HEATERS

“USER’S MANUAL”

DES IGN

C E R

T I F I E D

C US

MODEL:

DFA-45

DFA-70

DFA-125

LISTED

Before the first use of this heater, please read this USER’S MANUAL very carefully. This USER’S MANUAL has been designed to instruct you as to the proper manner in which to assemble the heater, maintain the heater, store the heater, and most importantly, how to operate the heater in a safe and efficient manner. Please keep this manual for future reference.

World Marketing of America, Inc.

12256 William Penn Hwy

Mill Creek, PA 17060

1- 800 - 776 - 9425 (9AM - 4PM EST)

MON.- FRI. ONLY www.yourheater.com

NEVER LEAVE THE HEATER

UNATTENDED WHILE BURNING!

DANGER IMPROPER USE OF THIS HEATER CAN RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH

FROM BURNS, FIRE, EXPLOSION, ELECTRICAL SHOCK AND/OR CARBON MONOXIDE POISONING.

WARNINGS:

1. RISK OF INDOOR AIR POLLUTION!

Use this heater only in well ventilated areas. Provide at least a three-square foot (2,800 sq. cm.) opening of fresh outside air for each 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 poisoning resemble the flu, with headaches, dizziness and/or nausea. If you have these signs, the heater may not be working properly.

Get fresh air at once! Have the heater serviced. Some people are more affected by carbon monoxide than others. These include pregnant women, persons with heart or lung disease or anemia, those under the influence of alcohol, or those at high altitudes.

• Never use this heater in living or sleeping areas.

2. RISK OF BURNS/FIRE/EXPLOSION!

NEVER use any fuel other than 1-K kerosene in this heater. #1 fuel oil is the only acceptable substitute.

NEVER use fuel such as gasoline, benzene, paint thinners or other oil compounds in this heater.

(RISK OF FIRE OR EXPLOSION)

NEVER use this heater where flammable vapors may be present.

NEVER refill the heaters fuel tank while heater is operating or is still hot.

• This heater is EXTREMELY HOT while in operation. Keep all combustible materials away from heater.

Minimum Clearances: Outlet: 8 feet (250cm) / Sides, top and rear: 4 feet (125cm)

NEVER block air inlet (rear) or air outlet (front) of heater.

NEVER use duct work in front or behind of heater.

NEVER move or handle heater while still hot.

NEVER transport heater with fuel in it’s tank.

• When used with an optional thermostat heater may start at any time.

ALWAYS locate heater on a stable and level surface.

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.

3. RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK!

• 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.

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.

CALIFORNIA RESIDENTS: This heater produces carbon monoxide, which is listed by the State of

California as a reproductive toxin under Proposition 65.

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 dept. permit (M.E.L.C. 148, Section 10A.)

CANADIAN RESIDENTS: Use of this heater shall be in accordance with authorities having jurisdiction and CSA Standard B139.

NEW YORK CITY RESIDENTS: For use only at construction sites in accordance with applicable NYC codes under NYCFD certificate of approval #5034 and 5037.

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NEVER LEAVE THE HEATER

UNATTENDED WHILE BURNING!

CONTENTS OF USER’S MANUAL

ITEM

PRECAUTIONS - SAFETY GUIDE

1.

INTRODUCTION

2.

FEATURES

3.

UNPACKING AND ASSEMBLY

4.

KEROSENE (1-K OR NO. 1 FUEL OIL)

5.

OVERVIEW OF HEATER DESIGN

6.

FUELING YOUR HEATER

7.

OPERATION

8.

LONG TERM STORAGE OF YOUR HEATER

9.

MAINTENANCE

10. REPLACING FUSE

11. TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE

12. WIRING DIAGRAM

13. SPECIFICATIONS

14. EXPLODED PARTS DRAWING

15. PARTS LIST

1. INTRODUCTION

Please read this USER’S MANUAL carefully. It will show you how to assemble, maintain, and operate the heater safely and efficiently to obtain full benefits from its many built-in features.

2. FEATURES

Front Guard

Hot Air Outlet

Upper Shell

Lower Shell

Handle

PAGE #

8

8

9

10

13

14

15

16

17

18

2

4

6

7

1

2

Side Cover

Lamp

Fan Guard

Fuel Gauge

Fuel Cap

Power Cord

Fuel Tank

Power/Reset Switch

Figure 1. DFA-45 / DFA-70 MODEL

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Hot Air Outlet

Lower Shell

Fuel Gauge

Fuel Cap

Fuel Tank

Side Cover

Lamp

Handle

Figure 2. DFA-125 MODEL

Upper Shell

Fan Guard

Power Cord

Drain Plug

Power/Reset

Switch

3

NEVER LEAVE THE HEATER

UNATTENDED WHILE BURNING!

3. UNPACKING AND ASSEMBLY

1. REMOVE THE HEATER AND ALL PACKING MATERIALS FROM THE BOX. (Fig. 3 and 4)

NOTE : Save the shipping carton and packing materials for future storage.

Wheel Support Frame

Wheels

Handle

Axle

Hardware Kit:HW-KFA1000

Hardware Kit:HW-KFA1010

DFA-45

No

No

Yes

No

Yes

No

DFA-70

No

No

Yes

No

Yes

No

Figure 3. DFA-45 / DFA-70 MODEL

DFA-125

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

Yes

Handle

Screws

Hardware Kit Part No : HW-KFA1000

Figure 4. DFA-125 MODEL

Screws L&S Flange Screws Flat Washers

Wheels

Split pins

Nuts

Hardware Kit Part No : HW-KFA1010

Handle

Wheel Support Frame

4

Axle

NEVER LEAVE THE HEATER

UNATTENDED WHILE BURNING!

2. ASSEMBLY

A. For DFA-45/DFA-70 Models Only (Figure 5)

Tools Required

• Medium Phillips Screwdriver

1. Lift front guard for arrow direction and make sure that guard’s wedged portion fits into the slit hole in the upper shell and faces the hot air outlet.

2. Align the holes in the upper shell with the 2 mounting holes on the handle as shown in Figure 5.

3. Insert screws into the holes in the handle and tighten each screw.

Figure 5

B. For DFA-125 model only (Figure 6)

These models are furnished with wheels and handles. Wheels, handles, and the mounting hardware are found in the shipping carton.

Tools Required

• Medium Phillips Screwdriver

• 5/16 M5) Open or Adjustable Wrench, Use Us(Inch) Screws Nut.

• Long Nose Pliers

1. Slide axle through wheel support frame. Install wheels on axle.

NOTE: When installing wheels, point extended hub of wheels toward wheel support frame (see Figure 6)

2. Place flat washers and split pin on axle ends and bend split pins with long nose pliers to secure.

3. Place heater on wheel support frame. Make sure air inlet end (rear) of heater is over wheels. Align the holes on fuel tank flange with holes on wheel support frame.

4. Position the handle on top of fuel tank flange. Insert screws through handles, fuel tank flange, and wheel support frames as shown in Figure 6 and attach nut finger tight after each screw is inserted.

5. After all screws are inserted, tighten nuts firmly.

CAUTION: DO NOT OPERATE heater without support frame assembled to tank.

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Hot Air Outlet

Fuel Tank Flange

Handle

Screw-S

Screw-L

Flange Screw

Wheel Support

Nut

Split Pin

Wheel

Flat Washer

Extended Hub

Figure 6. Wheel and Handle Assembly, DFA-125 MODEL

NOTE : Heater should be inspected before each use, and at least annually by a qualitied service person.

4. KEROSENE (1-K)

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 sulpher. 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 accomodate any added contaminants that may be added to the heated space.

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 store kerosene in the living space. Kerosene should be stored in a well ventilated place outside the living area.

NEVER use any fuel other than 1-K kerosene (#1 fuel oil is an acceptable substitute.)

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 an explosion or uncontrolled flames.

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.

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NEVER LEAVE THE HEATER

UNATTENDED WHILE BURNING!

5. OVERVIEW OF HEATERS DESIGN

Fuel System: This heater is equipped with an electric air pump that forces air through the air line connected to the fuel intake and then through a nozzle in the burner head. When the air passes in front of the fuel intake it causes fuel to rise from the tank and into the burner nozzle. This fuel and air mixture is then sprayed into the combustion chamber in a fine mist.

“Sure Fire Ignition”: The electronic ignitor sends voltage to a specially designed spark plug.

The spark plug ignites the fuel and air mixture described above.

The 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.

The Safety System:

A. Temperature Limit Control: This heater is equipped with a Temperature Limit Control designed to turn off the heater should the internal temperature rise to an unsafe level. If this device activates and turns your heater off it may require service.

MODELS

DFA-125

DFA-45/DFA-70

Internal Shut-Off Temp.

Plus/Minus 10 Degrees

230˚F/110˚C

176˚F/80˚C

Reset Temperature

Plus/Minus 10 Degrees

194˚F/90˚C

122˚F/50˚C

Once the temperature falls below the reset temperature you will be able to start your heater.

B. Electrical System Protection: This heaters electrical system is protected by a fuse mounted to the

PCB Assembly that protects it and other electrical components from damage. If your heater fails to operate check this fuse first and replace as needed.

FUSE TYPE: All Models 125 volt / 8 amps

C. Flame-Out 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.

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NEVER LEAVE THE HEATER

UNATTENDED WHILE BURNING!

6. FUELING YOUR HEATER

NEVER FILL THE HEATER FUEL TANK IN THE LIVING SPACE: FILL THE TANK

OUTDOORS.

DO NOT OVERFILL YOUR HEATER AND BE SURE HEATER IS LEVELED.

IMPORTANT NOTICE REGARDING FIRST IGNITION OF HEATER:

The first time you light the heater, it should be done outdoors. This allows the oils, etc. used in manufacturing the heater to burn off outside.

WARNING!!: NEVER REFILL HEATER FUEL TANK WHEN HEATER IS OPERATING

OR STILL HOT.

7. OPERATION

A.) VENTILATION

RISK OF INDOOR AIR POLLUTION/USE HEATER ONLY IN WELL VENTILATED AREAS.

Provide a fresh air opening of at least three square feet (2800 sq. cm) for each 100,000 BTU/Hr. rating. Provide extra fresh air if more heaters are being used.

Example: A DFA-125 heater requires one of the following:

• a two-car garage door raised six inches (15.24 cm)

B.) OPERATION

TO START HEATER

• a single-car garage door raised nine inches (22.86 cm)

• two, thirty-inch (76.20 cm) windows raised twelve inches (30.48 cm)

1. Fill fuel tank with kerosene or No. 1 fuel oil.

2. Attach fuel cap.

3. Plug power cord of heater into three-prong, grounded extension cord. Extension cord must be at least six feet long.

Extension Cord Wire Size Requirements

• 6 to 10 feet (1.8 to 3 meters) long, use 18 AWG conductor.

• 11 to 100 feet (3.4 to 30.5 meters) long, use 16 AWG conductor.

• 101 to 200 feet (30.8 to 61 meters) long, use 14 AWG conductor.

4. Push power switch to “on” position, power indicator lamp will light and heater will start.

Lamp

Power/Reset

Switch

Figure 7. DFA-45/70/125 MODELS

NOTICE: The major electrical components of this heater are protected by a safety fuse mounted to the PCB board. If your heater fails to start, check this fuse 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.

8

NEVER LEAVE THE HEATER

UNATTENDED WHILE BURNING!

TO STOP HEATER

1. Turn switch to “OFF” and unplug power cord.

TO RESTART HEATER

1.Wait 10 seconds after stopping heater.

2. Repeat steps under to start heater.

8. LONG TERM STORAGE OF YOUR HEATER

FUEL TANK DRAIN

1. Drain fuel tank through fuel cap opening. (For DFA-45/70 Models Only)

2. Remove drain plug from rear bottom side of fuel tank by pulling plug grip downward and drain.

(For DFA-125 Model Only. See Figure 8)

3. Using a small amount of kerosene, swirl and rinse the inside of the tank.

NEVER mix water with the 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 months for use during next heating season.

Using old fuel could damage heater.

4. Reinstall fuel cap. Properly dispose of old and dirty fuel. (For DFA-45/65 Models Only)

5. Reinstall Drain Plug as follows. (For DFA-125 Model Only. See Figure 9)

- Insert plug’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.

Plug Grip

Drain Hole

Fuel Tank

Seal Head

Head Flange

Head Flange

Head Hole

Seal Cap

Cap Flange

Rear bottom side of Fuel Tank

Drain Plug

Figure 8 Figure 9

IMPORTANT : Reinstall plug fully into hole in tank, Otherwise it will not seal completely.

6. Store heater in dry well ventilated area. Make sure storage place is free of dust and corrosive fumes.

7. Store the heater in the original box with the original packing material and keep the USER’S MANUAL with the heater.

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NEVER LEAVE THE HEATER

UNATTENDED WHILE BURNING!

9. MAINTENANCE

WARNING!! : NEVER SERVICE HEATER WHILE IT IS PLUGGED IN OR

WHILE HOT!

USE ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT PARTS. Use of third party or other alternate components will void warranty and may cause unsafe operating conditions.

A.) FUEL TANK

FLUSH EVERY 200 HOURS OF OPERATION

OR AS NEEDED (SEE STORAGE, PAGE 9)

Upper Shell

B.) AIR INTAKE FILTER

WASH AND DRY WITH SOAP AND WATER

EVERY 500 HOURS OF OPERATION OR AS

NEEDED.

- Remove screws along each side of heater using medium phillips screwdriver.

- Lift upper shell off.

- Remove fan guard.

- Wash or replace air intake filter.

- Reinstall fan guard and upper shell.

Air Intake Filter

Fan Guard

C.) AIR OUTPUT FILTER, LINT FILTER

REPLACE EVERY 500 HOURS OF

OPERATION OR ONCE A YEAR.

- Remove upper shell and fan guard (See Air Intake

Filter).

- Remove end filter cover screws using medium phillips screwdriver.

- Remove end filter cover.

- Replace air output and lint filter.

- Reinstall end filter cover.

- Reinstall fan guard and upper shell.

Figure 10

Air Output Filter

Intake Filter

Lint Filter End filter cover

D.) FAN BLADES

CLEAN EVERY SEASON OR AS NEEDED.

- Remove upper shell (See Air Intake Filter).

- Use M6 allen wrench to loosen set screw which holds fan blade to motor shaft.

- Slip fan blade off motor shaft.

- Clean fan blade using a soft cloth moistened with kerosene or solvent.

- Dry fan blade thoroughly.

- Reinstall fan blade on motor shaft. Place fan blade hub flush with end of motor shaft.

- Place set screw on flat of shaft. Tighten set screw firmly (40-50 inch-pounds/4.5-5.6 N-m).

- Reinstall upper shell.

10

Motor Shaft

Figure 11

Set screw

Motor Shaft

Fan Blade

Figure 12

Flush

NEVER LEAVE THE HEATER

UNATTENDED WHILE BURNING!

E.) NOZZLE

REMOVE DIRT IN NOZZLE AS NEEDED

(SEE PAGE 13).

- Remove upper shell (See page 9).

- Remove fan blade (See page 10).

- Remove fuel and air line hoses from burner head.

- Remove ignitor wire from spark plug.

- Remove three screws using medium phillips screwdriver and remove burner head from combustion chamber.

- Remove spark plug from burner head using medium phillips screwdriver.

- Carefully remove nozzle from burner head using 5/8” socket wrench.

- Blow compressed air through face of nozzle. (this will remove any dirty in nozzle)

- Reinstall nozzle into burner head and tighten firmly.

(80~110 inch-pounds)

- Install spark plug in burner head.

- Attach burner head to combustion chamber.

- Attach ignitor wire to spark plug.

- Attach fuel and air line hoses to burner head.

- Reinstall fan blade and upper shell.

Fuel Line Hose

Air Line Hose

Nozzle

Nozzle Face

Burner Head

Combustion Chamber

Screw

Burner Head

Spark Plug

Ignitor Wire

Figure 13

Spark Plug

Fuel Line Fitting

Air Line Fitting

F.) SPARK PLUG

CLEAN AND REGAP EVERY 600 HOURS

OPERATION OR REPLACE AS NEEDED.

- Remove upper shell (See page 10).

- Remove fan (See page 10).

- Remove ignitor wire from spark plug.

- Remove spark plug from burner head using medium phillips screwdriver.

- Clean and regap spark plug electrodes to 3.5mm gap.

(0.138 )

- Install spark plug in burner head.

- Attach ignitor wire to spark plug.

- Reinstall fan and upper shell.

Burner Head

G.) PHOTOCELL

CLEAN PHOTOCELL ANNUALLY OR AS NEEDED.

- Remove upper shell (See page 10).

- Remove fan (See page 10).

- Remove photocell from it’s mounting.

Clean photocell lens with cotton swab.

TO REPLACE : Remove side cover near on/off switch.

- Disconnect wires from circuit board and remove photocell.

- Install new photocell and attach wires to circuit board.

- Replace fan and upper shell.

Side cover

Photocell wires circuit board

11

Gap

Spark Plug

Figure 14

Figure 15

Ignitor

Wire

Photocell lens

Photocell

Install Photocell

1)Incorrect

2)Correct

NEVER LEAVE THE HEATER

UNATTENDED WHILE BURNING!

H.) FUEL FILTER

CLEAN OR REPLACE TWICE A HEATING

SEASON OR AS NEEDED.

- Remove side cover screws using medium phillips screwdriver.

- Remove side cover.

- Pull fuel line off fuel filter neck.

- Turn fuel filter 90˚ to counterclockwise and pull to remove(DFA-45/70 models).

- Turn fuel filter 90˚ to clockwise and pull to remove(DFA-125 model).

- Wash fuel filter with clean fuel and replace in tank.

- Attach fuel line to fuel filter neck.

- Reinstall side cover.

I.) PUMP PRESSURE ADJUSTMENT

- Remove pressure gauge plug from end filter cover.

- Install accessory pressure gauge.

- Start heater (See Operation, page 8)

- Adjust pressure (Using a flat blade screwdriver)

Turn relief valve to right to increase pressure.

Turn relief valve to left to decrease pressure.

Set pump pressure as noted below correct for pressure for each model.

- Stop heater (See Operation, page 8)

- Remove pressure gauge. Replace pressure gauge plug in end filter cover.

MODEL

DFA-45

DFA-70

DFA-125

PUMP PRESSURE

2.8 psi

3.7 psi

5.5 psi

Fuel Filter

Side Cover

Figure 16

Fuel Line

Pressure

Gauge Plug

Relief Valve

Pressure Gauge

NOTE : USE ONLY ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT PARTS.

Use of alternate or third party components will void any warranty and may cause unsafe operation condition.

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NEVER LEAVE THE HEATER

UNATTENDED WHILE BURNING!

10. REPLACING FUSE

NOTICE : This heater is fuse protected.

If your heater fails to ignite, DO NOT RETURN YOUR HEATER TO THE

STORE.

Please follow the simple instruction below to inspect and change the fuse.

PROCEDURE FOR REPLACING FUSE

WARNING : SHOCK HAZARD

To prevent personal injury, unplug the power cord before replacing fuse.

1. Unplug heater.

2. Remove side cover screws using medium phillips screw driver.

3. Remove fuse from fuse holder.(See Figure)

4. Replace fuse with enclosed fuse.

WARNING : FIRE HAZARD

To avoid fire, Do not substitute with a higher or lower current rating.

5. Replace side cover.

NOTE : Specified fuse rating : AC 125/8A

Side cover

FUSE HOLDER

FUSE

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UNATTENDED WHILE BURNING!

11. TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE

TROUBLE POSSIBLE CAUSE

Heater ignites but MAIN PCB assembly shuts heater off after a short period of time.

(Lamp is flickering)

Heater will not ignite but motor runs for a short period of time. (Lamp is flickering)

Fan does not turn when heater is plugged in and power switch was in the “ON” position

(Lamp is on or flickering)

1. Wrong pump pressure

2. Dirty Air Output, Air Intake and Lint Filter

3. Dirty Fuel Filter

4. Dirt in Nozzle

5. Dirty Photocell Lens

6. Photocell Assembly not properly installed. (Not seeing the flame)

7. Bad electrical connection between photocell and MAIN

PCB assembly

8. Defective photocell

1. No fuel in tank

2. Wrong pump pressure

3. Carbon deposits on spark plug and/or improper gap

4. Dirty fuel filter

5. Dirt in nozzle

6. Water in fuel tank

7. Bad electrical connection between ignitor and MAIN

PCB assembly

8. Ignitor wire is not attached to spark plug

9. Defective ignitor

1. Bad electrical connection between motor and MAIN

PCB assembly

1. Temperature limit safety device is overheated

Heater will not turn-on

(Lamp is off) 2. No electrical power

3. Blown fuse

4. Bad electrical connection between temperature limit safety device and PCB board

CORRECTIVE ACTION

1. See Pump Pressure Adjustment, page 12.

2. See Air Output, Air intake and Lint Filters, page 10.

3. See Fuel Filter, page 12.

4. See Nozzle, page 11.

5. Clean Photocell Lens, page 11.

6. Make sure photocell boot is properly seated in bracket, page 11.

7. Check electrical components

See wiring diagram, page 14

8. Replace photocell, page 11

1. Fill tank with kerosene

2. See Pump Pressure Adjustment, page 12.

3. See Spark Plug, page 11.

4. See Fuel Filter, page 12.

5. See Nozzle, page 11.

6. Flush fuel tank with clean kerosene, page 9.

7. Check electrical connections,

See wiring diagram, page 14.

8. Attach ignitor wire to spark plug. See Spark Plug, page 11.

9. Replace ignitor.

1. Check electrical connections,

See Wiring Diagram, page 15.

1. Turn power switch to “OFF” and allow to cool (about 10 min.).

Then turn power switch to

“ON” position.

2. Check to insure heater cord and extension cord are plugged in.

Check power supply.

3. Replace safety fuse in PCB board, page13.

4. Check electrical connections.

See Wiring Diagram, page 15.

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NEVER LEAVE THE HEATER

UNATTENDED WHILE BURNING!

12. WIRING DIAGRAM

A) WIRING DIAGRAM (DFA-45 / DFA-70)

B) WIRING DIAGRAM (DFA-125)

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UNATTENDED WHILE BURNING!

14. EXPLODED PARTS DRAWING

NOTE : SPECIFY MODEL NUMBER AND PART NUMBER WHEN ORDERING PARTS.

25

11

14 15

24

17

Burner Head Assembly

15-2

15-5

15-4

15-1

15-3

16 15-6

2

23

1

12

10

4

19

3

12

13

9

11

21

20

8

7

18

22-1

22-3

22-2

22

5

1-1

6

16-15

16-1

16-4

16-3

16-5

16-14

16-2

16-7

16-10

16-8

16-11

Motor Pump Assembly

16-9

16-6

16-13

16-12

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15. PARTS LIST

KEY NO. DESCRIPTION

16-6

16-7

16-8

16-9

16-2

16-3

16-4

16-5

15-5

15-6

16

16-1

15-1

15-2

15-3

15-4

16-10

16-11

16-12

16-13

16-14

16-15

12

13

14

15

10

11

8

9

6

7

4

5

1

1-1

2

3

Fuel Tank Assembly

Drain Plug

Fuel Gauge

Fuel Filter Assembly

Fuel Cap

Power Cord

Power Switch

Display P.C.B. Assembly

Lower Shell

Air Line

Temperature Limit Control

Combustion Chamber

Photocell Bracket

Fuel Line

Photocell Assembly

Burner Head Assembly

Nozzle

Nozzle Seal Washer

Nozzle Seal Spring

Burner Head

Spark Plug

Nipple

Motor and Pump Assembly

Motor

Pump Body

Rotor Kit

Blade

End Pump Cover

Filter Kit

Lint Filter

Output Filter

End Filter Cover

Plug/Pump Adj. Kit

Ball

Spring

Adj. Screw

Nipple

Capacitor

See below

SP-KFA1026

285-8109-90

285-8110-00

284-7112-00

SP-KFA1008

3541-0039-00

See below

111-9000-985

288-3100-00

SP-KFA1000

See SP-KFA1000

288-3100-10

SP-KFA1005

See SP-KFA1005

See SP-KFA1005

DFA-45

280-1004-02

-

282-1001-01

287-4000-20

282-2000-90

140-9000-013

110-9400-001

160-9200-072

3111-0209-00

578-5100-55

154-9000-008

2152-0064-00

285-4104-91

287-5100-50

SP-KFA1007

288-3100-40

SP-KFA1006

See SP-KFA1006

See SP-KFA1006

See SP-KFA1006

3541-0020-00

3820-0142-00

18

See below

SP-KFA1003

285-8109-90

285-8110-00

284-7112-11

SP-KFA1009

3541-0020-00

See below

111-9000-984

288-3100-00

SP-KFA1000

See SP-KFA1000

288-3100-10

SP-KFA1005

See SP-KFA1005

See SP-KFA1005

DFA-125

280-1004-01

3234-0059-00

282-1001-00

287-4000-21

282-2000-90

140-9000-0133

110-9400-001

160-9200-072

3111-0210-00

287-5100-53

154-9000-007

2152-0045-00

285-4104-90

287-5100-52

SP-KFA1007

288-3100-40

SP-KFA1006

See SP-KFA1006

See SP-KFA1006

See SP-KFA1006

3541-0020-00

3820-0143-00

SP-KFA1007

See below

SP-KFA1027

285-8109-90

285-8110-00

3531-0015-00

SP-KFA1008

3541-0039-00

See below

111-9000-985

288-3100-00

SP-KFA1000

See SP-KFA1000

288-3100-10

SP-KFA1005

See SP-KFA1005

PART NO.

DFA-70

280-1004-02

-

282-1001-01

287-4000-20

282-2000-90

140-9000-013

110-9400-001

160-9200-072

3111-0209-00

578-5100-55

154-9000-008

2152-0042-00

285-4104-90

287-5100-50

See SP-KFA1005

288-3100-40

SP-KFA1006

See SP-KFA1006

See SP-KFA1006

See SP-KFA1006

3541-0020-00

3820-0142-00

NEVER LEAVE THE HEATER

UNATTENDED WHILE BURNING!

15. PARTS LIST

KEY NO.

21

22

22-1

22-2

17

18

19

20

22-3

23

24

25

DESCRIPTION

Fan Assembly

Ignitor

Side Cover R

Side Cover L

Fan Guard

Main P.C.B. Assembly

Fuse

P.C.B. Supportor(R)

P.C.B. Supportor(L)

Clip Nut

Upper Shell

Front Guard

DFA-45

283-1000-73

158-9100-001

280-5102-922

280-5102-915

3221-0050-00

215A-0019-00

3920-0025-00

3221-0030-00

3221-0031-00

285-4105-00

3111-0213-00

3561-0066-00

PART NO.

DFA-70

283-1000-72

158-9100-001

280-5102-902

280-5102-915

3221-0050-00

215A-0019-00

3920-0025-00

3221-0030-00

3221-0031-00

285-4105-00

3111-0213-00

3561-0066-00

DFA-125

283-1000-71

158-9100-007

280-5103-012

280-5103-022

3221-0051-00

215A-0019-00

3920-0025-00

3221-0030-00

3221-0031-00

285-4105-00

3111-0214-00

3561-0066-00

FOR TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE SEE YOUR LOCAL RETAILER OR

CONTACT US AT:

Phone: 814-643-1775 Tech.: 814-643-2299

Fax: 814-643-3443

Email: [email protected]

or visit our website at www.yourheater.com

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NEVER LEAVE THE HEATER

UNATTENDED WHILE BURNING!

15. PARTS LIST (WHEELS AND HANDLE)

1) DFA-45/70 MODELS

KEY NO.

1

2

DESCRIPTION

Handle

Hardware Kit

DFA-45

3231-0073-00

HW-KFA1000

PART NO.

DFA-70

3231-0073-00

HW-KFA1000

2

1

QTY

1

1

2) DFA-125 MODEL

KEY NO.

5

5-1

5-2

5-3

3

4

1

2

5-4

5-5

5-6

DESCRIPTION

Handle

Wheel Support Frame

Axle

Wheel

Hardware Kit

Screw(S)

Screw(L)

Flange Screw

Nut

Split Pin

Flat Washer

PART NO.

DFA-125

3551-0023-00

3551-0014-00

3541-0026-00

2156-0003-00

HW-KFA1010

-

-

-

-

-

-

1

5-1

5-2

5-3

QTY.

2

4

1

2

1

2

1

1

8

2

2

2

5-4

5-5

4

5-6

3

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