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Electrolux WOR2514E User Manual
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Oil-filled Electric Radiator
Electro ol Radiator
Radiateur Electrique A bain D’Huile
Oljefylte Radiator
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Instructions for use ................ 4 Mode d'emploi 8
Gebrauchsanweisung ............ 6 Bruksanvisning 10
Fig. 1
ENGLISH
A. Power control
B. Thermostat
C. Handle
D. Cable recess
E. Castor bars
FRANCAIS
‘A. Sélectur à boutons
B. Thermostat
C. Poignee
D. Raccordement de l’enroule-câble
E. Roulettes
DEUTSCH
A. Leistungsschalter
B. Thermostat
C. Griff
D. Kabelschacht
E. Laufrollen
NORSKA |
A. 2-trinns effektvalgbryter
B. Termostatratt
C. Bærehändtak
D. Rom for oppkveilet kabel
E. Hjul for enkel flytting av radiatoren
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Fig. 2
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THERMOSTAT
0 0 0 | 0
Configu-
ration
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Wattage
1000 W OFF 400 W 600 W 1000 W
1500 W OFF 650 W 850 W 1500 W
2000 W OFF 850 W 1150 W 2000 W
2500 W OFF 1100 W 1400 W 2500 W
3000 W OFF 1200 W 1800 W 3000 W
Fig. 3
Instructions for use
Please read these operating instructions before using your appliance as correct use will
give optimum performance and save electricity.
Caution
— Make sure your mains corresponds with
the voltage of the radiator and that
fuses of your mains supply are of the
correct rating (10 Amp):
— Never place the radiator next to cur-
tains or other combustible material. The
minimum clearance between radiator
and wall resp. combustible material
should be 60 cm.
— As the radiator surface becomes hot
the mains cable has to be pulled out of
the cable recess at full length.
— Never cover the radiator with blankets,
~ clothes or the like as this may cause
overheating and damage.
— The appliance is ready to operate as
soon as the plug is inserted in the
socket.
— Caution: the appliance must not be op-
erated in the immediate vicinity of bath-
tubs, showers, wash-basins or swim-
ming pools.
~ The appliance must not be used in
places where explosive gases can be
present, or when inflammable materials
are being used.
— To avoid electric shock, do not handle
the radiator when your hands are wet.
— Avoid the use of an extension cord. The
extension cord may overheat and cause
the risk of fire.
— Check the inlet and the outlet openings
from time to time for accumulated dust.
— Do not use the heater out-doors or in
rooms that are less then 4 m'.
— Please check the rating label (on the
side of the control panel) for the type of
radiator you own.
— The radiator should only be repaired by
our service department or an author-
ized outlet.
— The radiator oil is free of noxious mat-
ters like FCKW and PCB since it is a
first raffinate. Before scrapin the appli-
ance the oil must be taken out. This oil
can be disposed in a central depot for
old oil.
Mounting of the castor bars
For safety reasons do not plug the radia-
tor in before the castor bars have been
fitted to the bottom side of the radiator
body (fig. 2).
— Turn the radiator upside down (avoid
concrete floor, place on a blanket).
— Place castor bars between the first and
second elements and between last ele-
ment and last but one.
— Insert plain angled end of fastening
bow into a hole of the castor bar from
below (lift castor bar at the other end).
— Replace castor bar and guide threaded
end of fastening bow through the other
hole of the castor bar.
— Put the wing nut on and screw it down
tightly.
— Repeat these operations with the sec-
ond castor bar, then put the radiator on
its castors. It is now ready for use.
— Label: Do not cover.
Operation
The power control (A) can be used to
match the output of the appliance to indi-
vidual heating requirements in the room
(see fig. 3).
The thermostat knob (B) can be used for
- continuously variable setting of the re-
quired room temperature from around 6°C
to 70°C. The visible "MIN” setting on the
knob edge thereby corresponds to around
6°C, i.e. frost protection.
Thermostat control
To obtain the desired room temperature,
set the power (A) to any power position
given in fig. 3 and thermostat knob (B) to
the max position.
. When the room temperature has reached
the desired level, slowly turn the thermo-
stat knob (B) back until the heater just
cuts out, the red pilot lamps are switched
off. The heater will now come on at inter-
vals and keep the room at the set tem-
perature level.
Frost protection
During prolonged absence in winter, the
thermostat knob (B) should be set to po-
sition "MIN”. The room temperature will
then be automatically maintained at
around 6°C. The power level must then be
set to any power position given in fig. 3.
©) Electrolux
- EX-WOR-001
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