IA Sears owners manual MODEL NO. 583.406130 SPEC. NO. 3195G02 Operation and Maintenance Instructions with Parts List Printed in U.S.A. Sears, Roebuck and Co., Chicago, Ill. 860607 U.S.A. and Simpsons Sears Limited, Toronto Form No. 2950-1 Ш safety rules SAFETY RULES FOR PORTABLE HEATERS 1. KNOW YOUR PORTABLE HEATER Read and understand the complete owners manual before starting the heater. HEATER LOCATION Do not use the heater in the presence of flam- mable vapors, or within five feet of combustible materials. Gasoline vapors are heavier than air and will accumulate in low areas. The heater must not be used in garages unless the door is kept open and it leads to an adjacent ground or driveway level that is at or below the level of the garage floor. SLEEPING QUARTERS Do not use the heater in sleeping quarters. PROVIDE VENTILATION To use the heater ina confined space, provide one square foot of ventilating area per each 100,000 BTU rating. 7. USE ONLY RECOMMENDED FUEL Use ONLY kerosene or No. 1 fuel oil. USE GASOLINE. DO NOT REFUELING Do not add fuel while the heater is operating. DISCONNECT HEATER Before servicing, cleaning, moving, etc. KEEP UNIT GROUNDED Use the three prong plug provided. If an adapter is used, attach the adapter wire to a known ground. Never remove the third prong. Use only three- conductor extension cords. | KEEP A FIRE EXTINGUISHER ACCESSIBLE... It is recommended that a Dry Chemical type fire extinguisher be available when the heater is used. ie CONTENTS Page Page INSTRUCTIONS TO OPERATOR ......... 2 Cleaning the Fan ............... 5 UNPACKING ...Q..Ñ.o.rereoerodooo o aereo 3 Motor Lubrication ............... 5 GENERAL INFORMATION ............ 3 Servicing the Spark Plug .......... 5 OPERATION ... 204404 4 4 1 4 2 4 4 aaa 3 Cleaning the Fuel Filter .......... 6 Starting the Heater .............. 4 Lubrication .................. 6 Stopping the Heater .............. 4 Electrical Maintenance ........... 6 Transporting .................. 4 | Storage .......... 2.2... 2..2... 4 MAINTENANCE + + + «+o oo 4 TROUBLE SHOOTING .............. 7 Cleaning the Intake Air Filter ....... 4 REPAIR PARTS ...... cov. 10 ‚ А3182-01 6/72 Instructions HEATER SPECIFICATIONS Output rating (BTUperhour) ..........0.... 85,000 Air output, approx. (Cu. ft. per minute) ............ 200 Air Pump Pressure ........... . 4 psi Amperage (During normal run) ........... 4 Weight, approx. Shipping ......... 79 (Pounds) Net Dry) ........ 62 Fuel ....... Kerosene or No. 1 fuel oil only. Fuel tank capacity U.S. gallons ................... 9.0 Fuel consumption, approx. (Gallons per hour) .............. 0.61 Voltage and cycles ...... As shown on heater instruction plate. INSTRUCTIONS TO OPERATOR Use the Portable Heater in a well ventilated area only. WARNINGS a. DO NOT USE THE HEATER IN SLEEPING QUARTERS. b. USE ONLY KEROSENE OR NO. 1 FUEL OIL. c. DO NOT USE GASOLINE IN THE HEATER. d. CONNECT THEHEATERTO THE CORRECT POWER SOURCE AS SPECIFIED ON THE NAME PLATE. (115-volt, 60~cycle, AC.) e CHECK FUEL LEVEL AND OPERATION OF HEATER AT REGULAR INTERVAIS. Do not use No. 2 or No. 3 fuel oil as these will not ignite properly and will contaminate the heater. | Make sure the heater is grounded during opera- tion. Whenusing a grounding adapter, make sure the receptacle is grounded. Use a three-conduc- tor extension cord only. A3183-02 4, 10. Keep the heater at least five feet from combusti- ble materials. Do not use the heater in the presence of volatile or explosive liquids or around flamable vapors such as those given off by paint or gasoline. Always make sure the fuel is clean and water free. Never allow water to enter the fuel tank. When the heater is used in temperatures below -10 F, the fuel may congeal. To prevent such a condition, add a non-toxic anti-icer to the fuel. Mix in accordance with the instructions on the anti-icer container. Never stand directly in front of the hot air outlet while the heater is operating. Wrap power cord into a loop when transporting the heater. Do not wrap cord around heater or drag it on the ground when moving the heater about. Do not gperate the heater with air intake of heater located less than 12 inches from a wall, or other obstruction. uapacking and operation UNPACKING This heater is shipped with the wheel support frame, handles, axle and wheels removed. To as- semble these parts, proceed as follows: 1. Remove all protective material which may have ~ been applied to the heater for shipment. Remove the tape securing the wheels and axle to the carton liner and lift out the wheels, axle, handles and wheel support frame from the carton. Remove the carton liner and lift out the heater. A package of screws and nuts should also be in the carton, Check the heater for possible shipping damage. If any damage is found, IMMEDIATELY notify the agent of the carrier which delivered the heater to you, and make out a claim for the damage. Slide the axle through the wheel support frame. Install a flat washer, wheel and a cap nut onto each end of the axle, Set the heater body onto the wheel supportframe so that the wheels will be lo- cated as in figure 9. Attach each handle onto the fuel tank flange and se- cure with the screws and nuts provided. Do not tighten nuts until all screws have been installed. Draw up nuts until snug, then tighten each in turn. \ ото CHAMBER \ Fill the tank with the fuel specified in the Speci- fication Table. о. GENERAL Adjustments are carefully checked prior to pack- aging the heater for shipment; however, rough handling in transit may necessitate some inspections. Refer- ence to figure 1 and the Repair Parts exploded draw- ings (and parts Listings) may be helpful in acquiring a more thorough understanding of your Portable Heater. OPERATION CAUTION: Be sure to read "Safety Rules" and "Instructions to Operator" before using the heater. 1. The power source mustbe 115-volt, 60 cycle A.C. 2. When using an extension power cord, make sure it is a three-wire cord and of adequate size, as listed in the following table. Extension Cord Size 77 X= = A AIR OUT = x == cLean OB HEATED H MALLE GRE Length of Wire Size Cord (AWG) 100 ft. No. 14 SPARK AIR PUMP PLUG , BURNER HEAD INTAKE AIR /° / FAN \ [ FILTER COOL AIR IN FUEL FILTER NOZZLE— A \—OUTPUT AIR ZA AIR FOR FUEL SYSTEM 7 FILTER MOTOR IGNITION TRANSFORMER AIR LINE | f | TO BURNER AIR FOR COMBUSTION <Q rue AND HEATING 466A Heater Operation Principles Figure 1 A3184-02 3 3. Starting the Heater, a. Check for adequate fuel supply. b. Plugtheheater power cord into the grounded power supply outlet. The heater will start and run. NOTE: If the Model 583.409130 heater should fail to ignite or the fire should go out during operation, the safety control will shut off all power to the heater and render the heater in- operable. Theheater may be restarted after the cause of the shut down has been corrected. To restart the heater, press in on the reset button (see figure 2). A \ ` ее, BUTTON 416A Removing Intake Air Filter Figure 2 4. Stopping the Heater, Simply unplug the power cord. 5. Transporting. Disconnect power and allow the heater to cool. Coil the power cable into a loop and attach to the handle. A3185-01 6. Storage, To prepare the unit for storage, drain the fuel tank completely. Remove, clean and replace air filter. MAINTENANCE CAUTION: Unplug the heater power. cord before servicing. Except for keeping the intake air filter and exter- nal surfaces of the heater assembly clean, maintenance operations will require removal of the upper shell in order to provide access to internal operating compo- nents. To remove the upper shell, take out the six attaching screws and lift off the upper shell. Tools Needed Socket Wrenches Screwdrivers 13/16 inch Medium Hex - L wrench 1/4 inch 5/8 inch open end Open End Wrenches 1/4 inch 3/4 inch 1. Cleaning the Intake Air Filter, a. Checkand clean the air filter often. The fil- ter needs cleaning if you can see a film of dust on it. It will need cleaning more often in dusty air. b. Pull out the filter element out of the housing and wash it with a mild detergent and hot or cold water. (See figure 2.) c. Dry thoroughly and install filter. CAUTION: Do not oil the filter element. 6/72 2. Cleaning the Fan, Cleanthe fan blades after every 500 hours of op- eration, or whenever you see that they are getting dirty. A build-up of dirt will reduce the air supply and cause faulty operation. To clean, wipe the blades with a cloth moistened with kerosene or solvent. Be careful not to bend the blades. Dry the fan thoroughly. 3. ‘Motor Lubrication, The ball bearing on the pump-end of the motor is lubricated for the life of the motor. Do not lubri- cate it. Oil the sleeve bearing at the fan-end of the motor once a year with 10 to 20 drops of Mobil DTE-LC or DTE-23 oil. OIL FAN-END MOTOR BEARING HERE 419 Lubrication of Motor Bearing Figure 3 A3186-02 4, Servicing the Spark Plug. WARNING BE SURE TO UNPLUG THE HEATER BE- FORE SERVICING THE SPARK PLUG. a. Disconnect the spark plug wire. b. Usinga13/16-inch deep socket and a ratchet to remove the spark plug from the burner head. с. Check the gap between the electrodes. The gap must be within the limits shown in figure 4. d. Adjust the gap by bending the outside elec- trode. e. Reinstall the spark plug into the burner head. Tighten plug with a deep socket and ratchet. BEND HERE TO ADJUST GAP / WW WL .050 wo) Spark Plug Gap Setting Figure 4 5. Cleaning the Fuel Filter. a. Loosenthe hex nut attaching the filter tube to the burner head, then loosen the air tube and spark plug lead. Loosen the combustion chamber and lift the chamber only enough to pull filter element and tube from the fuel tank. b. Immerse the filter in clean fuel and rinse several times. Blow it dry through the fit- ting end. c. Assemble the heater in the reverse order of disassembly, noting the following: 1. A3187-01 Tighten the filter firmly into the burner ~ head. The grommet must be in place in the fuel tank. Moisten the filter tube with kerosene before you insert it into the tank. à. Snap the spark plug wire into place, to prevent loosening when the heater is moved. 3. Be sure all parts are in place and all screws and electrical connections are tight, before attempting to use the heat- er. Take care not to damage the spark plug, andto keep the proper gap between its electrodes. 6. Lubrication. Lubricate the sleeve bearing at the fan end of the motor as specified in paragraph 3. 7. Electrical Maintenance, Electrical maintenance consists of good electrical connections or repairing physical damage to wir- ing. Refer to the wiring diagram, (Figure 5) for electrical connections to all components. PHOTO CELL MOTOR RED > WIRE WIRE T NUT WHITE RED INTERNAL MOTOR GROUND RELAY WIRE 4] + NUT “№ все TRANSFORMER WHITE BLACK O2 HEATER BLACK NA RED WIRE BLACK NUT CIRCUIT = | axe BREAKER GREEN Ih BLACK 1360 Wiring Diagram Figure 5 trouble shooting TROUBLE SHOOTING Your portable heater has been designed for utmost simplicity and maximum reliability. Severe use and/or negligence in keeping the unit cleaned, or otherwise properly maintained, will eventually result in some type of inefficiency or failure. The following "Trouble Shooting" table has been prepared to aid the operator in locating any malfunction and referencing applicable instructions for correction. Refer to proper paragraphs under "Maintenance" for instructions covering necessary repairs. TROUBLE PROBABLE CAUSE REMEDY Heater motor fails to run when power cord is plugged in. 1. No power at receptacle. 2. Open circuit to motor in heater wiring. 3. Motor burned out. 4. Motor bearing seized due to lack of lubricant. 5. Safety Control defective. 6. Photo Cell defective. 7. Control not activated. Service center, Check fuses or circuit breakers and make sure power is available at the receptacle. Refer to paragraph "Electrical Maintenance" and repair wiring. Return the heater to your Authorized Sears Apply light oil to loosen bearing. After freeing, apply a few drops of electric motor oil to bear- ing and repeat annually. Return heater to your authorized Sears service center for check and replacement of control components. Return the heater to your authorized Sears service center for service. Press and release reset button on control. Nuisance trip-outs. 1. Open or damaged photo cell. . Return heater to your authorized Sears service center for check and replacement of control components. Flames show past end of unit. 1. Air at intake is blocked off. 2. Fan blades dirty. 3. Pump air pressure too high. 4. Fan loose or improperly located on shaft. Make sure fan guard is free and clear of debris. Clean fan blades. Return heater to your authorized Sears service center for check and adjustment of output pres- sure. Pressure must be 4 psi. Check; correct if loose or improperly positioned. A3189-02 Continued on next page. Trouble Shooting Chart (continued) TROUBLE PROBABLE CAUSE REMEDY Heater cycles intermittently. (Continued) Motor trouble or binding pump. Return heater to your authorized Sears Service Center for check and service to motor and pump Heater smokes or will not burn steady. Heater running out of fuel. Water in fuel. Dirty intake and output air filters. Fuel filter loose, dirty or leaking. Dirty nozzle. | Low pump output pressure. Debris clinging to fan blades. Shut down heater and check fuel tank. Refill tank with fresh, clean fuel. Check for water in bottom of fuel tank. I pres- ent drain and flush the tahk with clean fuel; then refill tank. Clean intake air filter. Refer to paragraph "Cleaning the Fuel Filter" - and clean thoroughly. Return heater to your authorized Sears Service Center for repair. | Return heater to your authorized Sears Service Center for check and adjustment of output pressure. Pressure must be 4 psi. Clean fan blades. | Heater emits a "pulsating'' noise during operation. Restricted fuel filter. Restricted nozzle. Clean the filter. Return heater to your authorized Sears Service Center for repairs. Air Movement restricted through heater. Dirty fan blades. Bent fan blades. . Clean fan blades. Replace the fan. Poor start-up Restricted nozzle. Return heater to your authorized Sears Service and cut-off. Center for repairs. Air at intake is blocked. Make sure intake air filter is free and clean of debris. Fan blade Misalignment of motor. Reposition motor mount brackets. strike. Damaged heater housing assembly. Bend to clear, or replace shell. A3236-01 MODEL 583.406130 HEATER ASSEMBLY Heater Exploded View Figure 6 A3544-01 9 parts list Portable Heater WHEN ORDERING REPAIR PARTS, ALWAYS GIVE THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION AS SHOWN IN THIS LIST: 1, THE PART NAME 2. THE PART NUMBER Always Order by Part Number - Not by Index No. 3. THE MODEL AND SPEC. NO. - 583. 406130 SPEC. NO. - 3159G02 4. THE NAME OF ITEM -- PORTABLE HEATER FIGURE 6 PARTS LIST Index Part No. Number Part Name Qty. 1 M13134-3AY Shell, Upper 1 2 M16781-4 Combustion Chamber 1 3 M11084-27 Screw, Self-tapping, hex hd., No. 10-12 x 1/2 in. 2 4 Mii084-29 Screw, Self-tapping, hex hd. , No. 10-12 x 3/4 in. 2 6 M16660 Bracket, Photo cell 1 7 STD600602 Screw, 6-32 x 1/4 in, 2 8 M16656-3 Cell and Bushing Assy 1 9 M16615-1 Wiring Harness Assy 1 10 M16786-3 Burner Head Assy (See Fig. 8 for details) 1 11 M11084-27 Screw, Self-tapping, hex hd, , No, 10-12 x 1/2 in. 3 12 M16879 Air Line 1 13 STD511105 Screw, No. 10-32 x 1/2 in, 1 14 M24717 Clamp, Air Line 1 15 STD551110 Lockwasher 1 16 STD541110 Nut, Plain No. 10-82 1 17 M15807 Strap, Retainer 1 18 M11084-27 Screw, Self tapping hex hd. , No. 10-12 x 1/2 in, 2 19 M14529 Fan, 16 Pitch 1 STD502503 Setscrew, Socket hd, , cup pt. , 1/4-28 (Furnished with Fan) 2 20 M18146-9 Motor Package Assy (See Figure 9 for details) 1 21 M16661 Clamp, Motor 4 22 STD522512 Screw, Hex hd, , 1/4-20 x 1-1/4 in. 2 23 STD551125 Lockwasher, 1/4 in, 2 24 STD541025 Nut, Plain Hex, 1/4-20 2 25 MI16777AY Shell, Lower 1 26 M11084-27 Screw, Self~tapping, hex hd. , No. 10-12 x 1/2 in. 6 27 M11271-6 Nut, Speed, Tinnerman 6 28 M12330A Bracket, Shell Support 1 A3545-01 10 Index Part No. Number Part Name Qty. 29 M11084-27 Screw, Self-tapping, hex hd, , No, 10-12 x 1/2 in, 4 30 M11084-29 Screw, Self-tapping, hex hd. , No. 10-12 x 3/4 in. 2 31 1000576 Grommet, Rubber 3 33 M16646 Bracket, Motor Support 1 34 M11084-27 Screw, Self-tapping, hex hd. , No. 10-12 x 1/2 in, 6 35 1000576 Grommet, Rubber 2 36 M16697 Transformer, 5000V 1 37 M11084-27 Screw, Self-tapping, hex hd. , No. 10-12 x 1/2 in, 2 38 M11954 Bushing, Strain Relief 1 39 M10813-50 Service Cord 1 40 M13942-4 Connector, Wire Nut 1 M13942-5 Connector, Wire Nut 4 41 M9900-62 Wire Assy, Starting relay 1 42 M25296-1 Bracket Mounting 1 43 M11084-2 7 Screw, Self-tapping, hex hd. , No, 10-12 x 1/2 in, 1 44 М12462-5 Relay, Motor Starting 1 45 *M288 98-02 Safety Control Assembly 1 45A M28897-01 . Trigger Assembly 1 45B M29201 . Circuit Breaker 1 STD510802 Screw, Rd hd, , No, 8-32 x 1/4 in. 1 46 M9900-80 Wire Assy, Circuit Breaker 1 47 ST2-2AC Screw, Rd hd., No. 8-15 x 1/4 in. (Grounding) 1 48 M27552-01AA Fuel Tank 1 49 M27417 Drain Plug 1 50 M18053 Screen, Filler Neck 1 51 M23280 Cap, Fuel Tank 1 52 Mi0990-3 Bushing, Rubber 1 *Supersedes M24982-5 and M24982-6. FIGURE 7 PARTS LIST Index Part No. Number Part Name Qty. M16786-3 *Burner Head Assembly Ref 1 M16790-8 . Tube, Filter 1 2 M1 9630 *. Filter, Fuel 1 3 M13849 . Nut, Flared 1 4 M16741-18 . Ring, Retaining 1 - M16787-4 . Nozzle Adapter Assembly 1 5 M16791 . . Connector, Male 1 6 M5976 . . Connector, Male 1 * Parts recommended for normal service replacement. A3546-00 Part Name Index Part No. Number 7 M8882 8 M10659-1 9 M10809-1 10 M18048 11 M16535 12 M10962-2 13 M16534 . . Sleeve, Nozzle Seal . Washer, Nozzle Seal . Spring, Nozzle Seal . Nozzie, Aspirating, 0.61 gph . . Adapter, Nozzle . . Spark Plug ‘ dy, Burner Head Burner Head Assembly Figure 7 11 FIGURE 8 PARTS LIST Index Part No. Number Part Name Qty. 1 M18146-9 Motor Package Assembly 1 — M16886-1 . Pump and Filter Parts Package 1 1 M16545 . . End Cover 1 2 STD51110 ‚ ‚ Screw, 10-32 x 1 in. 4 3 STD5512-10 . . Lockwasher, No. 10 4 4 M12179* . . Intake Filter 1 5 M12244-1* . . Filter Assy 1 6 M11637* . . Filter, Lint 1 7 M12233 . End Cover, Pump (Port | Plate) 1 8 M12461-32* . Screw, 10-32 x 1-1/8 in. 6 9 STD551210 . Lockwasher, No. 10 6 * Parts recommended for normal service replacement. A3547-01 Index Part No. Number Part Name Qty. 10 M8643 . . Blade 4 11 M22456-1 . . Rotor 1 12 M22009 . . Insert 1 13 M8645 . Pump Body : 1 14 FHPF3-4C* . Screw, Fil. hd., 10-32 x 1/2 in. 2 15 M5976 . Connector, Male 1 16 M22997 . Pipe Plug 1 17 M27694 . Screw, Pressure Adjustment 1 18 M10993-1 . Spring, Compression 1 19 M8940 . . Ball, 1/4 in. dia. 1 20 M17941-7 . Motor Î Motor Package Assembly Figure 8: FIGURE 9 PARTS LIST Index Part No. No. Part Name Qty. 1 M25352 Decal, Wiring (inside Upper Shell) 1 M27236-1 Decal, Model 1 2 M20450 Decal, Trade Name 1 3 M17157 Decal, Private Label 1 4 M17134 Decal, Nameplate & Operation Inst. 1 M20452 Decal, BTU 2 M22898 Decal, Nameplate 1 M22743 Decal, Warning 1 5 M15131A Handle, Rear 1 6 M15808A Handle, Front 1 7 M12342B Frame, Wheel Support 1 * Parts recommended for normal service replacement. A3548-01 Index Part No, Number Part Name Qty. 8 Mi2345-31 Screw, Oval hd., mach, : No. 10-24 x 1-1/4 in. 2 9 STD511020 Screw, Oval hd. , mach, . No. 10-24 x 2 in. 8 10 Washer, Flat, No. 10 2 11 STD541410 Nut, No. 10-24, Torgue Lock 10 12 M16802 Deleted 2 13 M28 526 Nut, Cap 2 14 STD551050 Washer, Flat, 1/2 in. 2 15 M192 94 Wheel 2 16 M16801A Axle 1 M25325 Decal, Reset 1 Wheels, Handles, Markings Figure 9 13 465 The Model Number will be found on a plate attached to the Heater. Sears Always mention the Model Number in all correspondence regarding the SEARS, ROEBUCK HEATER or when ordering repair parts. OW ners All parts listed herein may be ordered through SEARS, ROEBUCK man U al AND CO. or SIMPSONS-SEARS LIMITED. When ordering parts | by mail, selling prices will be furnished on request or parts will be shipped at prevailing prices and you will be billed accordingly. WHEN ORDERING REPAIR PARTS, ALWAYS GIVE THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION AS SHOWN IN THIS LIST. 1. The PART NUMBER 2. The PART DESCRIPTION 3. The MODEL NUMBER 4. The NAME of ITEM — PORTABLE HEATER Your Sears merchandise takes on added value when you discover that Sears has over 2,000 Service Units throughout the country. Each is staffed by Sears-trained, professional technicians using Sears approved parts and methods. — - | WARRANTY For one year from date of purchase Sears will repair any defect in material or workmanship in the space heater, at no charge. If the space heater is used for commercial or rental purposes, this warranty applies for only thirty days from date of purchase. Service under this warranty is available by contacting the nearest Sears store or Service Center throughout the United States and Canada, Sears, Roebuck and Co., Chicago, Ill. 60607 U.S.A. and Simpsons Sears Limited, Toronto A3726-01 | Printed in U.S.A.
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