instructions for get 700w oil filled radiator

instructions for get 700w oil filled radiator
INSTRUCTIONS FOR GET 700W OIL FILLED RADIATOR
Models covered by this instruction sheet:- G20FH5, GM20FH5 and G20FH5W - 700W Oil filled radiator.
IMPORTANT Read these instructions fully before using the heater. Retain these instructions for future reference.
NOTE:- THESE HEATERS ARE INTENDED FOR DOMESTIC USE ONLY
ASSEMBLY OF THE HEATER
Fit the separate foot to the radiator by pushing it firmly onto the end fin as shown in the
diagram. Check the stability of the heater by standing it on a smooth level surface.
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS (to be read before operating the heater)
1) Do not use the heater unless the separate foot is correctly attached.
2) Ensure the power supply to the socket into which the heater is plugged is in
accordance with the rating label on the heater and that the socket is earthed.
3) Keep the mains lead away from the hot body of the heater and ensure that it is
not pulled tight between the socket and the heater.
4) The heater is not intended for use in bathrooms, laundry areas or similar
indoor locations. Never place the heater where it may fall into a bathtub or
other water container.
5) Do not use outdoors.
6) Do not cover the heater as this may lead to a fire risk
7) Do not obstruct any of the openings of the heater.
8) Always ensure that the heater is placed on a firm level surface. Ensure that
the heater is not positioned close to curtains, furniture or any combustible
materials as this could create a fire hazard.
9) Do not position the heater in front of, or immediately below, a wall socket.
10) Do not insert any object through any openings on the heater.
11) Do not use the heater in areas where flammable liquids are stored or where
flammable fumes may be present.
12) The surface of the radiator gets hot and particular care should be taken when
the heater is situated in areas occupied by children, invalids or pets.
13) Always unplug the heater and allow it to cool before moving it from one
location to another.
14) These heaters are oil filled and whilst they do not heat up instantly they will
also remain hot for a long time after switching off.
15) Do not attempt to dismantle any part of the heater. This should only be done
by a recognised service agent.
16) The heater is filled with a precise quantity of special oil. Repairs requiring
opening of the oil container should only be carried out by the manufacturer or
a recognised service agent. When disposing of the heater, regulations
concerning the disposal of oil must be followed.
17) Do not use the heater if the power cord is damaged. If the power cord is
damaged it must be replaced by a recognised service agent or other qualified
person. If the plug is damaged, see Plug Replacement details below.
Fitting the foot to the Heater
Parts
1. Power Switch
3. Handle
5. Separate Foot
2. Thermostat Knob
4. Oil Filled Fins
Plug Replacement
If the plug is damaged and requires replacement, follow the wiring instructions supplied with the new plug
● The green and yellow wire must be connected to
the terminal marked with the earth symbol or
coloured green or green and yellow.
● The blue wire must be connected to the terminal
marked with the letter N or coloured black.
● The brown wire must be connected to the
terminal marked with the letter L or coloured red.
● A 13 amp plug to BS 1363 must be fitted with 13
amp fuse to BS 1362.
OPERATION OF THE HEATER
NOTE 1:- When the heater is turned on for the first time or after having not been used for a long period, it may emit some smell and
fumes. These will disappear when the heater has been on a short while.
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Choose a suitable location for the heater, taking into account the safety instructions above.
Insert the plug of the heater into a suitable socket.
Turn the thermostat knob fully in a clockwise direction to the maximum setting.
Turn on the heating element by means of the rocker switch on the side panel. When the heating element is on the power
switch will illuminate.
When the desired room temperature has been reached, the thermostat knob should be turned slowly anti-clockwise until the
thermostat is heard to click off and the light on the power switch is seen to go out. After this the heater will keep the air
temperature in the room at the set temperature by switching on and off automatically.
CLEANING THE HEATER
1) Always un-plug the heater from the wall socket and allow it to cool down before cleaning.
2) Clean the outside of the heater by wiping with a damp cloth and buff with a dry cloth. Do not use any detergents or abrasives
and do not allow any water to enter the heater.
STORING THE HEATER
When the heater is not used for long periods of time it should be protected from dust and stored in a clean dry place.
NOTE
This product should not be disposed
of with household waste.
Please recycle where facilities exist.
Check with your local authority for
recycling advice.
GET Plc., Key Point, 3-17, High Street, Potters Bar, Herts. EN6 5AJ
Technical Helpline 0121 565 7770
AR0763 Ed.C
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