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 SEARS
OWNER’S
MANUAL
MODEL NO.
83.356010
SERIAL NO.
{owner - write in No.)
CAUTION:
Read Rules for
— Safe Operation 50.000 BTU
and instructions
Carefully PORTABLE HEATER
Operation and Maintenance
SAVE THIS MANUAL FOR Instructions with Parts List
FUTURE REFERENCE |
Sears, Roebuck and Co., Chicago, IL 60684
CONTENTS
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INTRODUCTION 1.112212 4 4 1 4 6 4 0 0 4 0 4e 0 0 0» 2
SAFETY RULES ......... 0. iin. 2
WARRANTY .. oi i 0 6 ie ieee es 3
ASSEMBLY ee eee 0 6 3
SAFETY COMPLIANCE .................... 3
HOW TO USE YOUR HEATER ............... 3
Electrical information . ................... 3
Fuel Specifications .......eoecoeceeoensoerveroa 3
Ventilation Requirements ........... aa 4
Operation ...... 22220 2 4 112 0 4 4 4 1 4 0 1 a 2 4 4
To б1аг^ Неажег ..................... 4
Using an Optional Thermostat Control . . . .. 4
Using the Safety Control Reset Button ..... 5
То 5тор НеаЖег .................,.., 5
Storage . ......ooeereoceuorerderna aa era 5
TAKING CARE OF YOUR HEATER ........... 5
EXterior .... i ee eee 5
Airand Lint Filters . . ............... 0... 6
Fuel Tank ... 2.020022 1 4 20 4 1 4 4 0 0 4 6 1 4 440 6
Fuel Filter... 100202200014 4 4 4 4 4 0 0 1 1 100 6
Upper Shell Removal . .................... 7
Electrical ............ i... 7
Spark Plug. ........... ci... 7
Ve a. 7
Cleaning the Fan ....................... 8
ADJUSTMENTS ........ iii. 8
Adjusting Pump Pressure .................. 8
TROUBLESHOOTING YOUR HEATER ......... 10
REPAIR PARTS ......... 4 4 6 4 4 0 4 0 0 1006 11
SEARS PORTABLE HEATER ................ 14
INTRODUCTION
Read this Owner's Manual carefully and completely before
attempting to use or service this heater. Y our Sears portable
heater is designed and constructed to assure a long service life
and provide maximum safety. However, improper use of any
portable heater can be dangerous to life and property. Be sure
to read and understand the following “Safety Rules”. They
are alsó repeated in the text of the Manual and are brought
to your attention by this symbol A
SAFETY RULES
ONLY plug heater cord into 3-wire extension cord which
plugs into standard household 3-prong outlet or properly
installed adapter.
ONLY use electrical extension cords as recommended in
this Manual.
NEVER fill heater fuel tank while heater is plugged into
outlet.
NEVER use gasoline, naphtha, paint thinner, alcohol, or
other volatile liquids as fuel.
ONLY use heater in well ventilated areas as described in
this Manual.
NEVER use heater in living or sleeping area.
NEVER use heater in areas having flammable vapor or
heavy dust in air.
NEVER use heater in area when gasoline, paint thinner,
or other flammable, vapor-producing products are present.
ONLY use heater with it standing on its base in a horizontal
(level) position.
~ NEVER attach ductwork to heater‘s hot air outlet.
ALWAYS keep heater’s hot air outlet more than eight (8) feet
from any combustible material.
ALWAYS keep children and pets away from heater.
ALWAYS unplug heater when children or pets may be in
area without adults present.
REMEMBER, an unattended thermostat-controlled heater
will start any time air temperature drops, unless it is un-
plugged or thermostat is turned off.
NEVER handle, move or attempt to service heater while it
is plugged in, operating or hot.
REMEMBER heater’s hot air outlet will be extremely hot
after heater has been running.
ALWAYS keep heater in a horizontal (level) position, even
though it is not running, when fuel is in tank.
ALWAYS unplug heater and empty fuel tank before storing
heater.
NEVER attempt to work on heater while it is plugged in,
while hot, or, if it must be in any position other than level,
with fuel in tank.
ALWAYS make sure heater is unplugged before attempting
to remove spark plug.
ONLY use heater in accordance with local ordinances and
codes.
WARRANTY
If the portable heater is used for commercial or rental purposes, this warranty applies for only thirty days from the date
of purchase.
Warranty service is available by simply returning the heater to the nearest Sears Service Center. This warranty gives you
the specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
Sears, Roebuck and Co., Department 698/731A, Sears Tower, Chicago, IL 60684
ASSEMBLY
Your heater was shipped fully assembled except for the fuel tank cap and gasket to eliminate the possibility of conden-
sation in the tank. Remove the cap and gasket from the plastic bag and install on the tank.
SAFETY COMPLIANCE
Safety requirements and model plate data comply with AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARD INSTITUTE, INC.
Safety Requirements: ANSI A10.10-1981.
HOW TO USE YOUR HEATER
ELECTRICAL INFORMATION
0 Only plug heater into 3-wire extension cord which
plugs into standard household 3-prong outlet or
properly installed adapter. |
This heater only works on standard household current
which is alternating (AC), not direct (DC), and provides
120 volts, 60 hertz. The heater uses 3.0 amperes when in
use.
The standard plug, on the heater cord, is a three prong
type which mates with standard household outlets used
with standard 3-wire systems; the third wire being a ground.
(The round prong on the plug is for the ground wire).
Older homes, having a 2-wire system, will require that an
adapter, with ground, be used at the outlet. These are
available at your local Sears store. They must be used in
accordance with proper grounding instructions.
A Only use electrical extension cords as described
below.
When using an extension cord, it must be a 3-wire (grounded)
cord of proper wire size, as shown in the following table.
CORD LENGTH (FT). 0to75 75to 125 125 to 200
MIN. WIRE SIZE (AWG). No. 18 No. 16 No. 14
FUEL SPECIFICATIONS
A Never fill heater fuel tank while heater is plugged
into outlet.
A Never use gasoline, naphtha, paint thinner, alcohol,
or other volatile liquids as fuel.
This heater operates on kerosene or No. 1 fuel oil. These
fuels are sold at your local fuel oil supplier or service
station.
Cold temperatures may cause fuel to thicken. If so, “HEET",
METHANOL ALCOHOL, OR “FROSTEX" may be added
to the fuel. Follow the instructions on the container.
VENTILATION REQUIREMENTS
AD Only use heater in well ventilated areas.
£08 Never use heater in a sleeping area.
Ah Never use heater in areas having flammable vapor
LIB or heavy dust in air.
ДЪ Never use heater in an area when gasoline, paint
MEA thinner, or other flammable, vapor producing
products are present.
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Winter Workshop
Construction Sites
When using this heater, at least three (3) square feet of
fresh air, for each 100,000 BTU's is required. It is best to
have cross-ventilation in the area if possible.
Ventilation requirements, for example, with this 50,000
BTU heater, if used in a two-car garage, will require the
door to be raised 2-inches. A single car garage door must be
raised 4-inches. In any average-sized room, two 30-inch
windows would each have to be raised 3-inches.
Animal Stables
OPERATION
Only use heater with it standing on its base in a
horizontal (level) position.
Always keep heater's hot air outlet more than eight (8)
feet from any combustible material.
A Never attach ductwork to heater’s hot air outlet.
Always keep children and pets away from heater.
A Always unplug heater when children or pets may be
in the area without adults present.
TO START HEATER
. Remove fuel tank cap; fill the heater fuel tank with
kerosene or No. 1 fuel oil; install cap.
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. Be sure the ventilation and safety procedures have been
carried out.
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. Plug the heater cord with an approved extension cord,
into a standard household 3-prong outlet.
4. The heater will immediately start (ignite). If if does not,
see “Using The Safety Control! Reset Button” in this
manual.
Using An Optional Automatic Thermostat Control
(Available at Most Sears Stores)
0 Remember, an unattended, thermostat-controlled
heater will start any time air temperature drops,
unless it is unplugged or thermostat is turned off.
1. Repeat steps 1 and 2 above.
2. Plug the thermostat into a standard 3-prong household
outlet.
3. Set the thermostat dial to the desired temperature.
4. Plug the heater cord with an approved extension cord,
into the thermostat outlet.
5. If the air temperature is higher than the thermostat
setting, the heater will not start. When the air temperature
drops below the thermostat setting, the heater will
immediately start (ignite). When the air is warmed to
the temperature setting of the thermostat, the heater
will turn off. The on-off cycle will continue so as to
maintain the desired temperature. If the heater fails to
start, see “Using The Safety Control Reset Button” in
this manual.
Using The Safety Control Reset Button
A Never handle, move, or attempt to service heater
while it is plugged in, operating or hot.
1. If the heater does not start, or stops when it should not,
wait b-minutes for the safety control to cool.
2. Press the reset button, located at the rear of the heater,
in.
3. If the heater does not start in 15 to 25 seconds, the
reset button will pop out and the safety control will
cut off all power to the heater.
4. Unplug the heater. Refer to the “TROUBLESHOOTING”
section of this manual to determine the possible cause
and possible remedy.
NOTE: When in doubt about your ability to troubleshoot
your heater, take it to your Sears Service Center.
TO STOP HEATER
A Remember, heater's hot air outlet will be extremely
hot after heater has been running.
A Always keep heater in a horizontal (level) position,
even though it is not running, when fuel js in tank.
Fuel
Tank Cap
Heater
Cord
Safety Control
Reset Button
1. Unplug the heater cord, or extension cord from the
outlet.
2. Thermostat-controlled heaters can be stopped by turning
the thermostat dial to the “OFF” or “NO HEAT”
position. ;
STORAGE
A Always unplug heater and empty fuel tank before
storing heater.
1. Drain the fuel tank completely and clean as described in
the “TAKING CARE OF YOUR HEATER" section
of this manual.
2. Remove and clean, or replace lint filter, air filters, fuel
filter and spark plug as described in the “TAKING CARE
OF YOUR HEATER" section of this manual.
3. Store the heater in a clean, dry area, free of corrosive
fumes.
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TAKING CARE OF YOUR HEATER
A Never attemp) to work on heater while.it is plugged
in, operating or hot.
A Never attempt to work on heater if it must be in
any position other than level, with fuel in tank.
The instructions in this section of the manual will allow
you to maintain your heater so it will operate safely and at
maximum efficiency.
EXTERIOR
1. Clean the exterior of the heater regularly to prevent a
build-up of dust, grime, or grease which becomes a
fire hazard.
2. With each exterior cleaning, watch for fuel leakage and
check the electrical cord for deterioration (hardness
and cracking) or damage. Repair or replace as necessary.
NOTE: When in doubt about your ability to repair your
‘heater, take it to your Sears Service Center.
AIR AND LINT FILTERS
1. The intake air filter should be checked often and cleaned
whenever a dust film is seen on its outside surface.
2. Simply pull the filter out of the filter end cover, wash it
in a mild detergent and water, then dry. Do not oil this
filter.
3. Push the filter back into the end cover. Adjust the filter
so there is no space showing between the filter and end
cover.
Intake
Air Filter
End Cover
4. Normal operation requires that output air and lint filters
be changed at the beginning of each heater season, or
after 250-hours of operation.
5. To reach the output air and lint filters, remove the three
(3) filter end cover screws and end cover.
NOTE: The fan guard simply slips onto the end cover but
will come off with the end cover.
6. Remove and discard the output air and lint filters.
7. Install new output air and lint filters.
8. Install the filter end cover on the heater and secure with
three (3) screws.
9. Install the fan guard.
Lint Filter
Intake Air Filter
Screw (3)
Output
Air Filter
Filter
End Cover
Fan Guard
FUEL TANK
1. Normal operation requires the fuel tank be drained and
flushed after 150 to 200 hours of operation.
2. Remove the fuel tank cap, up-end the heater, and pour
any remaining fuel into a disposable container.
3. Pour some clean kerosene or No. 1 fuel oil into the tank.
4. Install the fuel tank cap and shake the heater to circulate
the fuel.
5. Remove the cap, up-end the heater, and pour the fuel
into the disposable container.
6. Wipe the inside of the cap clean with a lint-free cloth.
7. Install the cap and properly dispose of the container
of old and dirty fuel.
FUEL FILTER
1. Remove two (2) screws and the side cover.
2. Pull the fuel line off of the fuel filter.
3. Carefully pry the bushing, with the filter, out of the fuel
tank.
4. Wash the fuel filter in clean fuel.
5. Install the fuel filter and bushing in the fuel tank.
6. Connect the fuel line to the fuel filter.
7. Install the side cover and screws.
Side Cover
Screw (2)
UPPER SHELL REMOVAL
NOTE: Upper shell removal is necessary when access to
internal parts of the heater is necessary.
1. Remove the six (6) screws from the upper shell flanges
which run along each side of the heater.
2. Grip the upper shell flange along one side of the heater,
pull away from the heater to disengage it from the lower
shell flange, and lift up. Disengage the opposite-side
flanges and lift off the upper shell.
3. Replace the upper shell by engaging the upper and lower
shells’ flanges on one side of the heater, then pull out
and press down the upper shell flange, on the opposite
side, to engage the lower shell flange.
4. Align the six {6) screw holes and install the screws.
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ELECTRICAL
1. Remove the upper shell, as described in this manual,
and lift off the top fan shroud.
2. Check all internal wiring, for deterioration (hardness and
cracking), obvious component damage, and loose connec-
tions. Repair or replace as necessary.
NOTE: When in doubt about your ability to repair your
heater, take it to your Sears Service Center.
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Spark Plug
A Always make sure the heater is unplugged before
attempting removal of spark plug.
NOTE: At the beginning of each heating season, and after
every 300 hours of operation, the spark plug must
be removed, cleaned, and gapped. If plug’s electrodes
are burned or eroded, replace the plug.
3. Pull the spark plug wire terminal up and off of plug.
4. Remove two (2) screws and the nozzle adapter bracket
which mounts the spark plug and nozzle adapter.
5. Remove the lock nut retaining the spark plug in the
bracket and remove the plug from the bracket.
6. Clean and gap the plug’s electrodes to 0.050", or replace
the plug if necessary, making sure the new plug is
properly gapped.
7. Insert the plug into the bracket and thread the locknut
onto the plug. Before tightening the nut, position the
plug so the gap between the electrodes faces the nozzle
adapter, as illustrated. Tighten the nut.
8. Position the nozzle adapter bracket so screw holes
align. Insert and tighten both screws.
9. Push the spark plug wire terminal onto plug.
10. Set the top fan shroud in position and install the
upper shell.
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Nozzle
Adapter
Bracket
Nozzle Adapter
MOTOR
The motor is a sealed unit and cannot be lubricated or
serviced electrically.
CLEANING THE FAN
Remove the upper shell, as described in this manual,
and lift off the top fan shroud.
. Wash the mounted fan with a damp cloth then dry
carefully so as not to bend the blades. If fan is very
dirty, loosen the fan setscrew and slip the fan off of the
motor shaft. Wash the fan in detergent and water, and
then dry the fan carefully so as not to bend the blades.
. Slip the fan onto the motor shaft and tighten the set-
screw, as illustrated.
. Set the top fan shroud in position and install the upper
shell.
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ADJUSTMENTS
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Remove the plug from the filter end cover and thread
the accessory pressure gauge into the hole.
2. Start the heater and allow it to burn.
3. The pressure gauge should read 3.6 PSI. If not, turn the
adjusting screw in (clockwise) to increase the pressure or
out {counter clockwise) until the gauge reads 3.6 PSI.
4. Unplug the heater.
5. Remove the gauge and replace the plug.
Pipe Plug
Hole
Accessory
Pressure Gauge
Clockwise
SON
Counter
Clockwise
End Cover
Filter
Adjusting
Screw
TROUBLESHOOTING YOUR HEATER
TROUBLE
POSSIBLE CAUSE
POSSIBLE REMEDY
Heater is plugged in but
motor does not start;
thermostat (if used) is set
to call for heat but motor
does not start.
ELECTRICAL TROUBLES
1. No power or low voltage at heater.
2. Safety contro! not functioning.
3. Motor not functioning.
4. Thermostat control (if used) not
functioning.
1a. Press reset button on safety control.
1b. Be sure outlet is delivering adequate
voltage.
1c. Check condition of heater and
extension cord. Repair or replace.
1d. Be sure extension cord complies with
requirements as stated in this manual.
2. Replace safety control.
3. Check motor. Replace if necessary.
4. Replace thermostat control.
MECHANICAL TROUBLES
1. Fan obstructed by mechanical
damage or dirt.
1a. Check for bent sheetmetal shells or
shrouds; replace if necessary.
1b. Check for damaged fan; clean or replace
if necessary.
1c. Check for damaged motor mounting
bracket; replace if necessary.
1d. Check pump for easy rotation; clean
or replace if necessary.
Heater will not ignite, but
motor runs for a short time.
FUEL SYSTEM TROUBLES
1. Fuel tank empty; water in fuel;
wrong fuel.
2. Fuel filter clogged.
3. Nozzle plugged or damaged.
4. Extremely low temperature may
cause fuel to thicken and not flow.
5. Dirty air filters.
6. Air leak at fuel filter.
1a. Fill tank if empty.
1b. Check for water in tank; clean tank and
fuel filter if water is found (water in the
tank will form globules in the bottom
which can be seen).
1c. Add fresh, clean fuel to tank.
2. Remove and wash in clean fuel,
Reinstall.
3a. Clean by blowing compressed air through
nozzle from outlet end.
3b. Replace nozzle if cleaning does not solve
problem.
4. Add a nontoxic anti-icer such as ‘’Heet‘’,
Methanol Alcohol, or “Frostex”, to
fuel.
b. Clean air filters.
6. Check fuel tank to fuel filter fit and fuel
line to fuel filter fit for air leaks. Seal as
necessary.
f IGNITION TROUBLES
CAUTION: DISCONNECT HEATER CORD
1. Spark plug wire disconnected.
from plug.
2. Damaged spark plug (wrong gap;
plug wet with fuel; electrodes
carboned; or plug damaged).
1. Install wire on plug.
2a. Gap between electrodes should be 0.050"
or about thickness of a dime. Adjust
electrode gap.
2b. Dry plug.
2c. Inspect plug for worn or eroded
electrodes, replace if necessary,
2d. Replace a damaged spark plug,
EA CAUTION: HIGH VOLTAGE
3. Damaged transformer.
3. Unplug heater cord, disconnect spark
plug wire and connect heater cord.
Check transformer for spark; replace
if no spark can be obtained.
TROUBLESHOOTING YOUR HEATER
TROUBLE POSSIBLE CAUSE POSSIBLE REMEDY PAGE
В IGNITION TROUBLES
Button on safety control 1. Resetting is tried too soon after 1. Wait five (5) minutes and try again. 5
will not stay in when the safety control trips.
pressed. 2. Damaged safety control. | 2. Replace safety control. ——
IMPROPER FUEL-AIR MIXTURE
(Not enough fuel)
Heater burns, but puffs of 1. Heater running out of fuel; water 1a. Check fuel tank. If globules of water are 6
smoke can be seen; heater condensation in fuel tank; wrong seen in bottom, drain and flush tank and
will not burn steady; heater fuel. filter with clean fuel.
burns with odor; heater 1b. Fill tank with fresh, clean fuel. 3
smokes continuously. 2. Dirty air filters causing reduced 2. Remove and clean air filters. Be sure air 6
air flow through nozzle, resulting intake is not blocked. |
in low fuel flow. | e
3. Fuel filter loose, dirty, or Ja. Remove and wash fuel filter in clean 6
connection loose. fuel.
3b. Tighten connection between fuel line ——
N N and burner. |
Ba a 3c. Replace fuel line if necessary. —
| 4. Dirty nozzle. 4. Blow compressed air through nozzle —
from'outlet end. Never use a drill , wire,
or other tool to open a nozzle passage.
5. Fan blade. 5. Check for excessive dirt accumulation on | 8
fan blade which could be-causing motor
to slow down; wash fan.
6. Loose air output line connections 6. Tighten connections. о —
between filter housing and burner.
Eo 7. Rubber bushing on shank of nozzle | 7. If heater puffs intermittently, replace —
e is leaking (remote possibility). the rubber bushing (handle parts
carefully to prevent damage, assemble
them carefully to preserve air-tightness).
IMPROPER FUEL-AIR MIXTURE
| | (Too much fuel, or not enough air for amount of fuel being supplied)
Flames come out front of | 1. Dirty fan; or air passageway | 1. Clean the fan. Be sure the air passageway 8
heater. through heater blocked by through the heater is clean, Keep the
dirt or trash. 4 heater clean.
2. Fan loose or improperly located 2. Tighten or reposition fan. 8
on shaft. a |
3. Bent or damaged fan. 3. Replace. Do not attempt repair of fan. 8
4. High pump pressure. 4. Chétk pressure; adjust for proper — 8
В reading.
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM TROUBLES
Heater cycles intermittently | 1. Damaged electrical supply or 1a. Be sure extension cord and heater cord 5
damaged connections. are in good condition, without
ВЕ intermittent breaks in cords or prongs. .
1b. Check mechanical wiring connections in. | 7
heater and be sure that wiring is in good
, condition. ee ‘
Heater ignites, but button, | 1. Dirty photocell face. 1:, Clean face. —
of safety control pops out. \| 2. Damaged photocell. 2. ‘Replace photocell. —
- 3. Damaged safety control. 3. Replace safety control. >. —
4. Damaged electrical connections 4. Be sure all wiring connections are secure 7
through photocell and safety and wiring is in good condition. Check
control. | wiring diagram and repair or replace as
necessary.
Safety contro! fails to trip 1. Safety control damaged. 1. Replace safety control.
when a no-flame condition 2. Photocell electrical leads shorted. 2. Check photocell leads; replace photocell J
exists. | ¡f necessary. |
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REPAIR PARTS
SEARS PORTABLE HEATER
MODEL 583.356010
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REPAIR PARTS
KEY
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SEARS PORTABLE HEATER
MODEL 583.356010
PART NUMBER PART DESCRIPTION
079437-01 Handle
M50589-01 Screw (10-14 x 9/16, 2 Required)
079424-01BF Upper Shell
M50834 Fan Shroud (Top)
M30884 Fan |
M29750-04 Motor and Pump Assembly (Also See Page 13)
M50785-01 Combustion Chamber
M29707-03 Burner Head Assembly (includes Keys 9-14)
M29824 Special Nut (14 MM)
M50597 Siphon Nozzle
M16741-18 Retaining Ring
M29615-01 Nozzle Adapter Bracket
M29835-2 Spark Plug
M29805 Nozzle Adapter
М 16660 Photocell Bracket
M16656-4 Photocell
M50833 Fan Shroud (Bottom)
M51061-01 Motor Mounting Bracket
NTC-4C Hex Torque Nut (2 Required)
M29652-04 Airline (Rubber Tubing)
M29652-05 Fuel Line (Rubber Tubing)
079423-01BF Lower Shell
M11271-8 Clip Nut (6 Required)
M10990-3 Bushing
M29814-02 Fuel Filter
M50570-03 Transformer
M51000-01 Fuel Tank Cap
M51002-01 Fuel Tank Cap Gasket
M50671-01 Safety Control w/Reset Button and Hex Nut
079422-02BH Fuel Tank
M11084-27 Screw (10-16 x 1/2, 6 Required)
M13942-5 Wire Connector (Red Wires)
M11084-26 Screw (10-16 x 3/8, 12 Required)
M11143-1 Strain Relief Bushing
M10813-81 Extension Cord
M50837 Fan Guard
M25907 Snap Bushing
M30865-02 Open/Closed Bushing
M50104-02 Shorty Bushing
M15823-37 Screw (Grounding, 8-18 x 1/4)
079552-01BH Side Cover ,
M13942-7 Wire Connector (Blue Wires)
M13942-6 Wire Connector (White Wires)
M10908-2 Screw (6-32 x 3/8, 2 Required)
M50631 Rubber Bumper (2 Required)
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REPAIR PARTS
KEY NO.
O o Y OI SON —
MOTOR AND PUMP ASSEMBLY
PART NUMBER
M29750-04
M29609
M12461-31
M50843-01
M29633
M29612-01
M29632
M29608
M12461-31
M8940
M8643
M22456-1
M22009
M8645
FHPF3-4C
M50016
M22997
M27694
M10993-1
MODEL 583.356010
PART DESCRIPTION
MOTOR AND PUMP ASSEMBLY
Filter End Cover
Screw (10-32 x 1, 3 Required)
Motor
Intake Air Filter
Output Air Filter
Lint Filter
Pump End Cover
Screw (10-32 x 1, 6 Required)
Steel Ball (1/4 inch)
Blade (4 Required)
Pump Rotor
Rotor Insert
Pump Body
Screw (10-32 x 1/2, 2 Required)
90° Elbow |
Pipe Plug
Adjusting Screw
Pressure Relief Spring
REPAIR PARTS
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OWNER S PARTS AVAILABLE-NOT SHOWN
MANUAL |
M9900-157 Wire (Red)
079554-02 Nameplate Decal
079428-02 Tradename Decal
SERVICE M51168-01 Warranty Decal
M50011 Spark Plug Decal
M51110-03 Warning Decal
079548-02 Owner's Manual
M51138-03 Wiring Decal
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
| 583.409960 Pressure Gauge
MODEL NO. 583.401050 Wheel and Handle Kit
PORTABLE HEATER
Should a need for repair parts or service occur, contact a Sears Service Center.
Be sure to provide all pertinent facts when you call or visit.
HOW TO ORDER The model and serial number of your portable heater will be found on a decal
REP AIR р ARTS ° located on top of the heater, towards the rear.
WHEN ORDERING REPAIR PARTS,
ALWAYS GIVE THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION:
1. Part Number
2. Model Number
3. Part Description
4. Name or Merchandise
If the parts you need are not stocked locally, your order will be electronically
transmitted to a Sears Repair Parts Distribution Center for “expedited handling.”
Sears, Roebuck and Co., Chicago, IL 60684
F642-15784 PRINTED IN U.S.A. 079548-02

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