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INSTRUCTIONS COULD RESULT IN PERSONAL INJURY AND/OR PROPERTY DAMAGE!
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PIVOTING CERAMIC HEATER
with THERMOSTAT CONTROL
IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS - OPERATING MANUAL
The AirKing Oscillating Ceramic Heater features 2 heat settings and a
fan only setting. The heater oscillates 120° for convenience. This unit
comes with a 6ft. (1.82m) 16/3 grounded cordset.
Motor..................................120 V/60 Hz
Settings...............................High and Low Heat; Fan only
Air Flow Distribution............52°
Approvals............................UL/CUL listed. Close mesh
blower guard meets OSHA requirements.
Rev. B 12/05
Rev. B 12/05
GENERAL SAFETY INFORMATION
1. Read all instructions before using Heater.
2. Use this Heater only as described in this manual. Any other use
not recommended by the manufacturer may cause fire, electrical
shock, or injury to persons.
3. Make certain that the power source conforms to the electrical
requirements of the Heater.
4. Extreme caution is necessary when any Heater is used by
or near children or invalids and whenever the Heater is left
The power cord is equipped with a three-prong grounded plug that
must be inserted into a matching receptacle. Under no circum-
stances should the ground prong be cut off the plug. Where a two-
prong wall receptacle is encountered, it must be replaced with a
properly grounded three-prong receptacle installed in accordance
with the National Electrical Code (NEC) and all applicable local
codes and ordinances. This work must be done by a qualified elec-
trician, using copper wires only.
DO NOT USE A THREE-PRONG ADAPTER. IMPROPER CONNEC-
TION MAY CAUSE THIS RISK OF ELECTROCUTION. USE OF SUCH
ADAPTERS IS NOT PERMITTED IN CANADA.
6. Where possible, avoid the use of extension cords because the
extension cord may overheat and cause a risk of fire. If they
must be used, minimize the risk of overheating by ensuring that
they are UL listed, a minimum No. 14 AWG, rated not less than
1875 watts. Never use a single extension cord to operate more
than one Heater.
7. Do not operate any Heater with a damaged cord or plug or after the
Heater malfunctions, has been dropped or damaged in any manner.
Return Heater to authorized service facility for examination, electri-
cal or mechanical adjustment or repair.
8. Unplug power cord before servicing or moving the Heater. Al-
ways unplug Heater when not in use.
WARNING: DO NOT DEPEND ON THE ON/OFF SWITCH AS
THE SOLE MEANS OF DISCONNECTING POWER WHEN SER-
VICING OR MOVING THE HEATER. ALWAYS UNPLUG THE
9. Do not insert or allow fingers or foreign objects to enter any ven-
tilation or exhaust opening as it may cause an electric shock or
fire, or damage the Heater. Do not block or tamper with the Heater
in any manner while it is in operation.
10. To prevent a possible fire, do not block air intakes or exhaust in
any manner. Do not place on soft surfaces, like a bed, where
openings may become blocked.
11. Always place the Heater on a stable, flat, level surface when operating,
to avoid the chance of the Heater overturning. Locate the Power Cord
so the Heater or other objects are not resting on it. Do not run Power
Cord under carpeting. Do not cover Power Cord with throw rugs, run-
ners, or the like. Arrange Power Cord away from room traffic and where
it will not be tripped over.
12.This Heater is hot when in use. To avoid burns, do not let bare
skin touch hot surfaces. Always use handle when moving this
Heater. Keep combustible materials, such as furniture, pillows,
bedding, papers, clothes and curtains at least 3 feet (0.9 m) from
the front of the Heater and keep them at least 1 foot (0.3 m) from
the sides and rear.
13.A Heater has hot and arcing or sparking parts inside. It must NOT
be used in potentially dangerous locations such as flammable,
explosive, chemical-laden or wet atmospheres. This Heater is
intended for general use ONLY.
14. This Heater is not intended for use in wet or damp locations. Never
locate a Heater where it may fall into a bathtub or other water
15. Do not use Heater outdoors.
WARNING: REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK
– DO NOT USE THIS HEATER WITH ANY SOLID STATE SPEED
(Figure 1 and 2)
1. Carefully remove your Heater from the carton and bag.
2. Place the Heater on a firm, level surface.
WARNING: Plastic or rubber tabs, like the feet on this unit, may
stick to furniture surfaces and/or hardwood floors. The unit may leave
a residue that could darken, stain or leave permanent blemishes on
the finish of certain furniture surfaces, including wood surfaces, and/
or hardwood floors.
3. Make sure that the Heater is in the “OFF” position (0) before
plugging the Heater into the outlet.
4. Plug the cord set into a 120 V~ electrical outlet. Be sure plug fits
tightly in outlet.
5. When the Heater is initially plugged in, the
on indicating that there is power to the unit. The
remain lit until the Heater is unplugged from the electrical outlet.
6. For Heater Operation, set the
to the Maximum
Setting ( ).
7. Move the
to the desired heat setting. High Heat
(1500W) is represented by the (2) and Low Heat (900W) by the (1).
8. For Fan-Only Operation, without any heat output, turn the
to the Fan Setting ( ).
9. To adjust the angle of the Heater air flow, rotate the Heater body
forward or backward to the desired position.
will remain lit during operation.
11.To disconnect Heater, turn
to the “OFF” position (0),
then remove plug from outlet.
WARNING: WIRE MESH IS HOT WHEN HEATER IS IN OPERATION.
1. Before setting the thermostat, allow Heater to operate and warm
up the room. Set
to the Maximum setting ( ) to
start the Heater.
2. When the desired temperature comfort level is reached, lower
the thermostat setting until the Heater stops operating. This is
done by moving the
towards the Minimum
3. The Heater will now automatically maintain the pre-set tem-
perature level by cycling the Heater ON and OFF.
4. It is normal for the Heater to cycle ON and OFF as it maintains
the present temperature. To prevent the Unit from cycling, ad-
just the thermostat setting.
1. A thermal overload protector is built in to the Heater to
2. When an overheat temperature is reached, the Heater will be au-
tomatically shut off. It can only resume operation when the user
resets the unit.
To Reset The Heater:
1. Turn the
to the OFF position (0).
2. Unplug the Heater and wait 10 minutes for the Heater to cool down.
3. After the Heater has cooled down, plug the Heater into the
outlet and follow the OPERATION INSTRUCTION described in
TROUBLE SHOOTING TIPS
If your heater shuts off unexpectedly or fails to operate, the
above-mentioned safety feature may have been activated to
1. Be sure the power cord is plugged into a working electrical outlet.
2. Check your Thermostat setting. The Heater may be off because
it has reached the desired temperature setting.
If you have a problem that can not be resolved by the steps listed
above, contact Technical Assistance at 1-800-233-0268, Monday
through Friday, between the hours of 8am and 5pm EST.
Side View of Heater
WARNING: ALWAYS UNPLUG THE CORD BEFORE MOV-
ING OR SERVICING.
WARNING: DO NOT IMMERSE HEATER IN WATER.
CLEANING: IMPORTANT! Clean the Heater grill and side intakes
with the vacuum brush attachment of your vacuum cleaner. This
will remove lint and dirt from the inside of the Heater. Clean the
body of the Heater with a soft cloth.
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO TAKE APART THE
CAUTION: Do not use gasoline, benzine, thinner, harsh
cleaners, etc., as they will damage the Heater. NEVER use
ALCOHOL OR SOLVENTS.
SERVICING: All other servicing, with the exception of gen-
eral user-maintenance, should be performed by an authorized
STORAGE: Store the Heater with these instructions in the original
carton in a cool, dry place.
HIGH LOW FAN
BTU 5118 3070 Ø
Amps 12.5 7.0 0.288
Watts 1500 900 33.4
dB A 47 <40 47