Specifications | Cadet CGH562 Electric Heater User Manual

Cadet Garage/Utility Unit Heater
OWNER’S GUIDE
Features & Benefits
Front
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Operates on 240 or 208 volts
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Auto reset thermal protection
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Finned steel tubular
heating element
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Fan only control for
air circulation
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6 foot cord with molded plug
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Built-in single pole
thermostat with mechanical
“OFF” position
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Bracket for Wall- or CeilingHung and floor stand use
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1 year extended warranty
11.25”
(28.6 cm)
Back
16”
(40.6 cm)
Model: CGH562
13.75”
(34.9 cm)
IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING
9.
Turn the electrical power off at the electrical panel
board (circuit breaker or fuse box) and lock or tag the
panel board door to prevent someone from turning on
power while you are working on the heater. When
using electrical appliances, basic precautions should
always be followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric
shock, and injury to persons, including the following:
1. Read all instructions before using this heater.
2. Do not place heater against paperboard or low-density
fiberboard surfaces.
3. Do not use outdoors.
4. This heater is not intended for use in bathrooms, laundry areas
and similar indoor or very humid locations. Never locate heater
where it may fall into a bathtub or other water container.
5. Do not place heater below an electrical convenience receptacle.
6.
WARNING Overheating or fire may occur. Do not place the
heater behind doors.
7.
WARNING Fire or explosion may occur. Heater has hot
and arcing or sparking parts inside. Do not use it in areas where
gasoline, paint, or flammable liquids are used or stored.
8.
WARNING Burn Hazard. This heater is hot when in use. To
avoid burns, do not let bare skin touch hot surfaces. If provided,
use handles when moving this heater. Keep combustible
materials, such as furniture, pillows, bedding, papers, clothes, and
curtains at least 3 feet (0.9 m) from the front of the heater and 12
inches from sides and rear. Use extreme caution when any
heater is used by or near children or invalids and whenever the
heater is left operating unattended.
WARNING Risk of electrical shock. Connect to properly
grounded outlets only. Do not insert or allow foreign objects to enter
any ventilation or exhaust opening as this may cause an electric
shock or fire, or damage the heater. Unplug heater before
performing any maintenance or when not in use. To disconnect
heater, turn control to lowest position, then remove plug from outlet.
10.
WARNING Risk of electrical shock or injury. Do not run
cord under carpeting. Do not cover cord with throw rugs,
runners, or the like. Do not route cord under furniture or
appliance. Arrange cord away from traffic area where it will not
cause a tripping hazard. Do not operate heater with a damaged
cord or plug, or after heater malfunctions, or has been dropped
or damaged in manner. Discard heater, or return to authorized
service facility for examination and/or repair.
11.
WARNING Risk of Fire. 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. Heater must be
kept clear of all obstructions: maintain a 3 foot minimum clearance
from front and 12 inches from sides and rear. Heaters must be kept
clean of lint, dirt and debris. (See Maintenance Instructions)
12. Always plug heaters directly into a wall outlet/receptacle.
Never use with an extension cord or relocatable power
tap (outlet/power strip).
13. Use this heater only as described in this manual. Any other use
not recommended by the manufacturer may cause fire,
electrical shock, or injury to persons.
14.
WARNING Risk of Fire. Do not use as a residential or
household heater.
15. When heater is wall or ceiling mounted, the anchoring
provisions must be strong enough to support the total weight of
the heater and heater mounts. Failure to properly secure the
supports to the building structure could allow the heater to fall.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
www.cadetco.com
Tel: 360-693-2505
P.O. Box 1675
Vancouver, WA
98668-1675
Grounding Instructions
This heater is for use on 240 (or 208) volts. The cord has a plug as
shown to the right. No adapter is available for this blade configuration, and none should be used. The outlet type is a 240 (or 208)
volt grounding outlet. When properly installed, it provides a
ground connection through the cord to the heater to protect the
operator from electrical shock.
CGH562 – 30 AMP
Plug
Configuration
Receptacle
Configuration
Installation Instructions
CAUTION: Heater will operate on either 240 or 208 volts. Check heater
voltage and phase on label on back of heater to make sure they are
the same as the electrical service supplied. See plug configuration.
Altering the cord in any way will void the warranty! Be sure that
the electrical receptacle is of the configuration and capacity
appropriate for the heater.
Floor Application
This heater may be used for floor or flat surface mounting. After
placing the heater on floor or other flat surface in an appropriate
location, insert plug into the proper type wall outlet.
Wall or Ceiling Mount Application
Heater can be mounted on wall or ceiling with proper anchoring
provisions. The wall/ceiling mounting structure and anchoring
provisions must be of sufficient strength to support the combined
weight of the heater and mounting bracket.
Specifications
MODEL
WATTS
VOLTS (60 Hz)
BTUs
AMPS
PLUG TYPE
CGH562
5600 / 4200
240 / 208
19,107 / 14,322
23.4 / 20.2
30 Amp
Operation and Maintenance
How To Operate Your Heater
1. Turn the thermostat knob fully clockwise
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2. When the room reaches your comfort level, turn the thermostat
knob counter clockwise until the heater shuts off. One or
two minor adjustments may be necessary as the heat becomes
better distributed throughout the area.
3. To reduce the room temperature, turn the knob counter clockwise .
To increase the room temperature, turn the knob clockwise .
Continuous Fan Operation
In order to activate the continuous fan feature, set rocker switch
to the “ON” position. The elements will continue to cycle according
to the thermostat setting. For no heat, turn the thermostat knob to
full counterclockwise position . With fan in “AUTO” position, fan
will cycle with the thermostat.
Maintenance, Cleaning, & Storage
The motor is permanently lubricated. This heater does not require
routine maintenance other than the occasional cleaning of the
intake grill opening to prevent clogging.
WARNING WHEN CLEANING HEATER, BE SURE TO
DISCONNECT HEATER CIRCUIT.
To disconnect heater, turn thermostat control knob to full
counterclockwise
position, then remove plug from electrical
outlet before cleaning or performing any maintenance. Allow
heater to cool. IMPORTANT: Heater must be unplugged before
performing any maintenance.
To clean air intake grill use vacuum with brush attachment or high
pressure air. If the heater malfunctions or has been damaged, or
if the cord or plug has been damaged, repairs must be made by a
qualified electrician or authorized service facility. Do not operate
until repairs have been made.
For dusting, use a soft cloth. For cleaning, use only a damp rag and
nonabrasive dish detergent. Do not use abrasive or chemical
cleaners as these may damage the finish. If heater is used in a
dusty location, use a vacuum cleaner dust brush to remove dust
and other foreign particles from the grill. Always unplug cord and
wind it around heater handles when not using. Keep heater in a
safe location for storage.
Any other servicing should be performed by an authorized
service representative.
When the heater is not in use, unplug and store in a clean, dry
environment. The handle may also be used to wrap the power
cord around for safe storage.
Temperature Limiting Device
All heaters are equipped with thermally actuated auto reset limit
protection which automatically disconnects heating element
and motor in the event normal operating temperatures are
exceeded. If heater should fail to operate with thermostat turned
clockwise to its limit, disconnect heater and wait a few minutes
allowing heater to cool. Operation of the safety thermal limit
control invariably indicates that the heater has been subjected to
abnormal conditions, such as a partial or complete blockage of the
air intake or exit. Be sure to keep these areas clear in order to allow
proper air circulation. It is recommended that the heater be
checked by a qualified electrician or repair service to insure the
heater has not sustained any damage.
Warranty
Maintenance: For more effective and safer operation and to prolong the
life of the heater, read the Owner’s Guide and follow the maintenance
instructions included with each heater. Failure to properly maintain the
heater will void any warranty and may cause the heater to function
improperly. Warranties are non transferable and apply to original
consumer only. Warranty terms are set out below.
LIMITED ONE-YEAR WARRANTY: Cadet will repair or replace any Cadet
Garage/Utility Unit Heater (CGH) element or motor found to be defective
within one year after the date of purchase.
THESE WARRANTIES DO NOT APPLY:
1. Damage occurs to the product through improper installation or
incorrect supply voltage;
2. Damage occurs to the product through improper maintenance, misuse,
abuse, accident, or alteration;
3. The product is serviced by anyone other than Cadet;
4. If the date of manufacture of the product cannot be determined;
5. If the product is damaged during shipping through no fault of Cadet.
6. CADET’S WARRANTY IS LIMITED TO REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT AS
SET OUT HEREIN. CADET SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR DAMAGES SUCH
AS PROPERTY DAMAGE OR FOR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES AND/OR
INCIDENTAL EXPENSES RESULTING FROM BREACH OF THESE WRITTEN
WARRANTIES OR ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY.
7. IN THE EVENT CADET ELECTS TO REPLACE ANY PART OF YOUR CADET
PRODUCT, THE REPLACEMENT PARTS ARE SUBJECT TO THE SAME
WARRANTIES AS THE PRODUCT. THE INSTALLATION OF REPLACEMENT
PARTS DOES NOT MODIFY OR EXTEND THE UNDERLYING
WARRANTIES. REPLACEMENT OR REPAIR OF ANY CADET PRODUCT OR
PART DOES NOT CREATE ANY NEW WARRANTIES.
8. These warranties give you specific legal rights, and you may also have
other rights which vary from state to state. Cadet neither assumes, nor
authorizes anyone to assume for it, any other obligation or liability in
connection with its products other than as set out herein.
If you believe your Cadet product is defective, please, contact Cadet
Manufacturing Co. at 360-693-2505, during the warranty period, for
instructions on how to have the repair or replacement processed.
Warranty claims made after the warranty period has expired will be
denied. Products returned without authorization will be refused.
Parts and Service
Visit http://support.cadetco.com for information on where to obtain parts
and service.
©2010 Cadet Manufacturing Co.
Printed in U.S.A. Rev. 12/10 #720102
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