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Goldair GHOR900 User Manual
General Care and Safety Guide
Thank you for choosing a Goldair Outdoor Heater. This Goldair appliance has been designed
and manufactured to high standards of engineering and with proper use and care, as
described in this booklet, will give you years of useful service. Please read these instructions
carefully and keep for future reference.
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WARNING you must not cover this appliance. Covering this
appliance presents fire risk and will activate the safety fuse;
permanently disabling the unit.
Use only the voltage specified on the rating label of the
appliance.
Keep all objects at least 1 metre from the front, sides and
rear of the appliance.
This appliance is intended for household use only and not
for commercial or industrial use.
Outdoor use only.
Do not use abrasive cleaning products on this appliance.
Clean with a damp cloth (not wet) rinsed in hot soapy water
only. Always remove plug from the mains supply before
cleaning.
The common cause of overheating is deposits of dust or fluff
in the appliance. Ensure these deposits are removed
regularly by unplugging the appliance and vacuum cleaning
the air vents and grills.
Always unplug appliance when not in use.
When the appliance has been unpacked, check it for
transport damage and ensure all parts have been delivered.
If parts are missing or the appliance has been damaged,
contact the Goldair Customer Services Team.
If your appliance does not work, or is not working properly,
contact the place of purchase or the Goldair Customer
Services Team.
Do not connect the appliance to mains supply until
completely assembled and adjusted.
Ensure hands are dry before handling the plug or main unit.
The heater must not be located immediately below a socket
outlet.
Ensure appliance is on a flat, stable, heat-resistant surface.
Do not operate with cord set coiled up as a heat build up is
likely, which could be sufficient to become a hazard.
Carry out regular checks of the supply cord to ensure no
damage is evident.
If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the
manufacturer, its service agent or similarly qualified persons
in order to avoid a hazard.
Do not operate this appliance with a damaged cord, plug or
after the appliance malfunctions or has been dropped or
damaged in any manner. Return to a qualified electrical
person for examination, electrical service or repair.
Do not remove plug from power socket by pulling cord;
always grip plug.
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Do not twist, kink or wrap the cord around the appliance, as
this may cause the insulation to weaken and split. Always
ensure that all cord has been removed from any cord
storage area and is unrolled before use.
It is recommended that this appliance is plugged directly
into the wall socket. The use of power boards in not
recommended as many power boards are not designed to
supply power to high wattage appliances.
A correctly specified, undamaged extension cord may be
used with this appliance provided it is used in a safe
manner.
Use this appliance only as described in this manual. Any
other use is not recommended by the manufacturer and
may cause fire, electric shock or injury.
Do not remove plug from power socket until the appliance
has been switched off.
Do not remove plug from power socket by pulling cord; Do
not place cord under carpet or cover with rugs or furniture.
Arrange the cord so it cannot be tripped over.
Do not place appliance on bedding or on thick & long carpet
where the openings may get blocked.
Switch off and use handle provided when moving.
Do not place appliance close to radiant heat source.
Never use the appliance to dry clothes.
Do not insert or allow foreign objects to enter any
ventilation or exhaust opening, as this may cause an electric
shock, fire or damage to the appliance.
Do not sit on the appliance.
Do not operate in areas where petrol, paint or other
flammable liquids are used or stored.
This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including
children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental
capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge, unless
they are supervised or have been given instruction
concerning the use of the appliance by a person responsible
for their safety.
Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not
play with the appliance.
Do not use this appliance in the immediate surrounds of a
bath, a shower, or a swimming pool or other liquids. The
appliance must not be immersed in any liquids.
There are no user serviceable parts installed in the unit.
Do not place the unit in wardrobes or other enclosed
spaces as this may cause fire hazards.
This unit is not supposed to be used in or around locations
where foodstuffs, works of art or delicate articles of
science, etc are stored.
YOUR SAFETY IS IMPORTANT TO US. PLEASE ENSURE YOU TAKE NOTE OF THE
INSTRUCTIONS AND WARNINGS OUTLINED IN THIS MANUAL.
Components
Always choose a safe location for the appliance, keeping in mind the safety
precautions outlined. Ensure all packaging has been removed from the unit before
use.
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Heater Body
Cover Panels
Support Legs
Base cover
Base
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Always choose a safe location for the appliance, keeping in mind the safety
precautions outlined. Ensure all packaging has been removed from the unit before
use.
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M4 X 10 screws
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Washer
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ST3.5 x 12 screw
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M6 x 50 Hexagon head bolts 4
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Remote control unit
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Castor wheels
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Foot Sheath
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Washer D6
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Assembling your heater
1) Attach castors to the base using M4 screws
2) Attach base foot and foot sheath to the underside of the base by turning the
threaded base foot in a clockwise direction into the threaded hole in the base
3) Secure support legs to the top side of base by screwing in M6x50 Bolts using either
the supplied tool or a 10mm socket
Assembling your heater
4) Slide base cover over support legs
5) Slide heater body into the channels of the support legs
6) Secure the heater body to the support legs with the 2x screws as shown in the
exploded diagram
Assembling your heater
7) Ensure the power cable is not tangled and is run between the support legs and
through the central hole in the base
8) Slide the plastic base cover upwards to the height of the control panel so that it
does not interfere or touch the cover panels for the next step.
9) Attach the cover panels to the support legs by following the steps below:
• Tilt the top side of the cover panel towards the heater unit.
• Slide the cover panel upwards and underneath the raised lip (found above and
beside the control panel)
• Tilt the bottom of the cover panel towards the support legs to its final
vertical position.
Cover panel orientation
Top
Bottom
Assembling your heater
10) Repeat cover assembly instruction process for the second side of the heater
11) Slide the base cover downwards to it’s final position over the heater base
Operating your Appliance
Always choose a safe location for the heater, keeping in mind the safety precautions outlined.
Ensure all packaging has been removed from the unit before use. This appliance requires no
installation, it should be used solely as a portable appliance.
WARNING: Keep all objects at least 1 metre from
the front and sides of the unit.
SAFETY DEVICES
This appliance has two protection devices:
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Tilt switch - this will automatically turn the
appliance off if the appliance is not in the
appropriate operating position.
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Thermal fuse - this disconnects the appliance
permanently in case of overheating. (It is non
resettable).
WARNING: In order to avoid overheating or risk of
fire, do not cover the heater.
WARNING: Never leave this appliance unattended
when in use.
WARNING: The appliance must not be used if the
heating element is damaged.
WARNING: Do not use this heater with a
programmer, timer, separate remote-control
system or any other device that switches the heater
on automatically, since a fire risk exists if the heater
is covered or positioned incorrectly.
WARNING: This heater can only be used outdoors. It
needs to be in a protected / covered space. If using
an extension cord the cord and socket must be fully
waterproof.
Note: When the appliance is turned on for the first
time, it may release a slight, odour or smoke. This
odour or smoke is a normal occurrence caused by
the initial heating of the internal heating elements
and should not occur again.
WARNING: This heater is not equipped with a
device to control the room temperature. Do not use
this heater in small rooms when they are occupied
by persons not capable of leaving the room on their
own, unless constant supervision is provided.
Warning: The possible danger of installation close to
curtains and other combustible materials.
CARE AND CLEANING
The heater requires regular cleaning to ensure
trouble free operation:
Unplug the heater from the mains supply before
cleaning.
Ensure that the heater has been allowed to cool
down completely before cleaning.
Use a damp cloth (not wet) to wipe the exterior of
the heater to remove dust and dirt.
The reflector body can be cleaned by using a dry
duster or soft brush through the grill, taking care not
to damage the glass tubes. Never use solutions such
as benzene, thinners or polishing agents. In order to
get the maximum heat, the reflector must be kept
clean.
Use a vacuum cleaner to remove dust and fluff from
around the grilles.
Ensure the heater is dry before plugging back into
the mains supply.
PROOF OF PURCHASE: To receive warranty retain
receipt as proof of purchase.
Operating your Appliance
Always choose a safe location for the heater, keeping in mind the safety precautions
outlined. Ensure all packaging has been removed from the unit before use. This
appliance requires no installation, it should be used solely as a portable appliance.
IMPORTANT: Remove protective foam pieces (these are used
to protect the heating element during transportation)
These must be removed before turning the heater on.
Warning: Always unplug the heater when it is not in use.
Note: When the heater and light are on, the digital display indicator displays only the power
setting of the upper heating tube. It displays the current setting of the LED light only when
being adjusted via the control panel or remote control.
Maintenance- TURN IT OFF AND UNPLUG FIRST
This heater contains no moving parts, it needs very little maintenance. However, when the
heater builds up heavy dirt, use a soft cloth to wipe it off.
Warning: Before cleaning unplug from the power supply and ensure the unit is not hot, it must
be cool or room temperature before cleaning.
Heating element replacement
If the heating element breaks or any has malfunction, it should be only changed by its service
agent. Contact your retailer for further instructions
Operating your Appliance
ON/OFF button: Use this to turn the heater on or off
This will be Green when the heater is in standby mode
Heat control button: Use this to control the level of heater
output. There are five heat settings. Continue to press this
button to cycle through to your desired setting.
Light control button: Use this to turn on / off the LED
ambient light. There are five brightness settings. Continue to
press this button to cycle through to your desired setting.
Digital Display: This will show the current setting being
adjusted by the remote control
Remote control: Buttons on the remote control correspond
with the functions on the control panel listed above
Control panel
Operation:
1) Plug in the power cable, a “Beep” sound is heard. The heater is now in “Stand By”
mode, the ON/OFF indicator light will be green.
2) Press the ON/OFF button, the LED light and heater will turn on. The heating tube
and the LED light are preset to power level 3.
3) To adjust the unit to your preferred heat or light setting. Press the heat control or
light control button, the digital display will flash for 5 seconds, this will now allow
you to adjust the heat or light output. Do this by repeatedly pressing the
appropriate button to cycle through the five heat or light settings. The display will
stop flashing after 5 seconds, this is to indicate it has exited the adjustment mode.
4) If you want to turn off either the heater or light, press the heat or light button and
press ON/Off button immediately. To turn the heater or the light on again, push
the desired function button. The mode you have turned off will be in standby
mode, indicated by a green light on the control panel.
5) Turn off all heat and light by pressing ON/Off button , this will turn the heater to
“Stand By” status
Operating your Appliance
This heater can be operated in three different positions.
1. Vertical
2. Horizontal
3. Angled
In position 1 (vertical)
• Only the top LED light will operate. This is normal
• The control panel facing in the same direction as the heater element will
be active.
In positions 2 and 3 (horizontal and angled)
• Both LED lights will function
• The control panel facing in the same direction as the heater element will
be active.
Operating your Appliance
CAUTION: The appliance generates heat during use. Proper precautions must be taken to
prevent the risk of burns, scalds, fires or other damage to persons.
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GHOR900 Heating arm can work in vertical or horizontal position
Open the heating arm as following instructions, and close it in the reverse direction.
Unlock the heating arm by squeezing inwards in a pinching movement
Lift the heating arm into a horizontal position
• Swing metal locking arm into position as shown in diagram
Operating your Appliance
• Swing metal locking arm into position as shown in diagram
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
Model No:
Supply:
Wattage:
Rating:
GHOR900
220-240VAC 50Hz
1800W
IP34
SUPPORT AND TECHNICAL ADVICE
Goldair – New Zealand
Monday – Friday 8am-5pm
Phone +64 (0)9 917 4000
Phone 0800 232 633
info@cdb.co.nz
Goldair – Australia
Monday – Friday 8am-5pm
Phone +61 (0)3 9365 5100
Phone 1300 465 324
info@cdbgoldair.com.au
Three Year Warranty
Thank you for purchasing this Goldair Platinum product. Your product is warranted against faults and manufacture when used in
normal domestic use for a period of three years. In non-domestic use Goldair limits the voluntary warranty to three months.
Goldair undertake to repair or replace this product at no charge if found to be defective due to a manufacturing fault during the
warranty period.
This warranty excludes damage caused by misuse, neglect, shipping accident, incorrect installation, or work carried out by anyone
other than a qualified electrical service technician.
PLEASE KEEP YOUR RECEIPT AS THIS WILL HELP VERIFY YOUR WARRANTY.
The benefits given to you by this warranty are in addition to other rights and remedies available to you under law in relation to the
goods or services to which this warranty relates.
In Australia, our goods come with guarantees that cannot be excluded under the Australian Consumer Law. You are entitled to a
replacement or refund for a major failure and compensation for any other reasonably foreseeable loss or damage. You are also
entitled to have the goods repaired or replaced if the goods fail to be of acceptable quality and the failure does not amount to a
major failure.
In New Zealand this warranty is additional to the conditions and guarantees of the Consumers Guarantee Act (1993).
Goldair – New Zealand
CDB Goldair
PO Box 100-707
N.S.M.C
Auckland
Phone +64 (0)9 917 4000
Phone 0800 232 633
www.goldair.co.nz
Goldair – Australia
CDB Goldair Australia Pty
PO Box 574
South Morang
Victoria, 3752
Phone +61 (0)3 9365 5100
Phone 1300 GOLDAIR (1300 465 324)
www.goldair.com.au
Goldair Three Year Warranty (IMPORTANT: Please complete and retain this warranty card)
Name
Address
Place Of Purchase
Date Of Purchase
Name Of Product
Model Number
Attach a copy of the purchase receipt to this warranty card
Due to continual design improvements, the product illustrated in this User Manual may differ slightly from the actual product.
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