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./4% (EATER FUNCTIONS BEST 7)4(/54 AN EXTENSION CORD
 4HE SHORT CORD IS PROVIDED TO REDUCE THE RISK OF BECOMING ENTANGLED IN OR TRIPPING OVER A
longer cord.
 !N EXTENSION CORD MAY BE USED IF CARE IS EXERCISED
 )F AN EXTENSION CORD IS NECESSARY
s 5SE A 5, APPROVED  PRONG PLUG GROUNDED CORD SHALL BE NO  !7' MINIMUM SIZE AND
RATED NOT LESS THAN  WATTS
s .EVER CONNECT TWO OR MORE EXTENSION CORDS TOGETHER
s 5SE THE SHORTEST EXTENSION CORD POSSIBLE
s +EEP CONNECTIONS DRY AND OFF THE GROUND
s !VOID DRAPING THE ELECTRIC HEATER CORD WHERE CHILDREN OR ANIMALS COULD ENCOUNTER IT
Grounding Instructions
 4HIS GRILL MUST BE GROUNDED WHILE IN USE TO PROTECT THE
operator from electrical shock.
 4HE GRILL IS EQUIPPED WITH A CONDUCTOR CORD AND A DRY
'&) 'ROUND&AULT )NTERCEPTOR  PRONG OUTLET &IGURE 
Before Turning “ON”
 -AKE SURE ALL LABELS PACKAGING AND PROTECTIVE FILMS
have been removed from the heater.
 (EATER SHOULD BE THOROUGHLY INSPECTED BEFORE EACH
USE AND BY A QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSON AT LEAST
annually.
Turning “ON”
 0LUG THE OTHER END INTO A DRY '&) 'ROUND
&AULT )NTERCEPTOR PRONG OUTLET PER h'ROUNDING
)NSTRUCTIONSv SECTION
 0USH THE POWER BUTTON &IGURE 
Note 4HE RED ,%$ LIGHT WILL GLOW WHILE THE HEATER
is on.
Note: 7HEN RESTARTING THE HEATING ELEMENT WILL START UP
SLOWLY BEFORE GETTING TO FULL POWER
While Heater is “ON”
If heater tips over, the heater will automatically turn “OFF”.
If heater tips over:
 )--%$)!4,%9 UNPLUG POWER CORD FROM THE WALL OUTLET
 #AREFULLY TURN THE HEATER UPRIGHT
CAUTION: Dome, pole and shroud cover may be hot. Use heat resistant gloves to set
heater upright.
 )NSPECT HEATER TO ENSURE NO DAMAGE
If no damage continue to next step.
)F THERE IS DAMAGE CALL A QUALIFIED TECHNICIAN TO INSPECT AND MAKE ANY NECESSARY REPAIRS
Do NOT use the heater if there is any sign of damage. A qualified technician should
inspect and make any nescessary repairs before the heater is used again.
 3TART HEATER PER h4URNING @/.v INSTRUCTIONS
Turning “OFF”
 0USH THE POWER BUTTON &IGURE 
 5NPLUG THE POWER CORD FROM THE WALL OUTLET
Operating Instructions Cleaning and Care
Notices
1. Abrasive cleaners will damage this product.
2. Never use oven cleaner to clean any part of heater.
3. Do not clean any heater part in a self cleaning oven. The extreme heat will damage
the finish.
4. Inspect heater before each use.
5. Have heater inspected annually and repairs should be made by a qualified service
person.
6. Do not clean heater with combustible or corrosive cleaners. Use warm, soapy water.
7. Do not paint engine, engine panels or dome.
8. This heater should be thoroughly cleaned on a regular basis.
9. After a period of storage and/or non use, inspect for any abrasion, wear or cuts to the
power cord.
Cleaning Surfaces
 7IPE SURFACES CLEAN WITH A SOLUTION OF WATER AND MILD DISHWASHING DETERGENT OR BAKING
soda.
 7IPE CLEAN WITH DAMP CLOTH
Note: While cleaning your unit, be sure to keep the area around the heating element dry at all
TIMES $O NOT SUBMERGE THE HEATING ELEMENT )F THE HEATING ELEMENT IS SUBMERGED IN WATER DO
./4 USE IT )T MUST BE REPLACED
Maintenance
To enjoy years of outstanding performance from
YOUR HEATER MAKE SURE YOU PERFORM THE FOLLOWING
maintenance activities on a regular basis:
 +EEP EXTERIOR SURFACES CLEAN
 !IR FLOW MUST BE UNOBSTRUCTED +EEP CIRCULATING AIR
passages around the heating element clean.
Replacing the Fuse
 0USH THE POWER BUTTON &IGURE 
 5NPLUG THE POWER CORD FROM THE WALL OUTLET
 5SING A SCREWDRIVER REMOVE THE FUSE COVER &IGURE 
 #AREFULLY REMOVE THE OLD FUSE AND REPLACE WITH THE
NEW FUSE &IGURE 
.OTE /.,9 REPLACE THE OLD FUSE WITH A
6 ! FUSE
5. Reattach the fuse cover.
.OTE $O NOT OVER TIGHTEN
 &OLLOW THE 4URNING h/.v INSTRUCTIONS OR THE 3TORAGE
Instructions.
Storage
Between Uses and During Periods of Extended Inactivity or
When Transporting:
 0USH THE POWER BUTTON &IGURE 
 5NPLUG THE POWER CORD FROM THE WALL OUTLET
 3TORE HEATER UPRIGHT IN AN AREA SHELTERED FROM DIRECT CONTACT WITH INCLEMENT WEATHER SUCH
AS RAIN SLEET HAIL SNOW DUST AND DEBRIS
 )F DESIRED COVER HEATER TO PROTECT EXTERIOR SURFACES AND TO HELP PREVENT BUILD UP IN AIR
passages.
Wait until heater is cool before covering.
Figure 1
#ONNECTING THE POWER CORD TO A
DRY '&)  PLUG OUTLET
Figure 2
0OWER BUTTON
Figure 4
Remove fuse cover
Figure 5
Remove old fuse
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