Everdure EFIC227 Electric Heater

User Manual - Page 6

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This heater can either be mounted to a wall or used with the supplied castors. Please note the following safety
This heater is hot when in use. To avoid burns, do not let bare skin touch hot surfaces. Always use the control
panel or castor supports when moving the heater (when not wall mounted). Keep combustible materials such as
furniture, pillows, bedding, papers, clothes and curtains at least 1 meter from the front & top of the heater and
keep them at least 0.5 meters from the sides and rear. Do not cover.
The heater has hot 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 indoor domestic use ONLY.
This heater is not intended for use in wet or damp locations, such as a bathroom or any area containing a bath,
shower, wash basin or close to water or damp items. Never locate a heater where it may fall into a bathtub or
other water container. It must be positioned or installed so that the controls cannot be touched by a person in a
bath or shower. Do not immerse the power cord in any liquid (including water).
Never install or use the heater directly below a wall socket.
When fixing on a wall, the heater must be level, securely fixed & at the correct height (check with local authorities
if unsure). There must be at least 150mm between it and any barrier/wall to the sides, bottom or top to prevent
overheating or damage.
Make sure the heater is unplugged from the mains power. Turn the heater upside down & rest on a protective
surface. Place a castor bracket over one set of 4 holes at either side of the heater base. Use the supplied screws to
attach the castor bracket firmly to the heater base. Turn the heater right side up & it is ready to connect to mains
power. Note: The heater gets hot when in use, so it is best not to move when in use. If it must be moved, use the
castor brackets or control panel as points of contact.
Do not fit the castors to the base of the heater. Make sure the heater is
unplugged from the mains power and the wall is suitable for mounting
the panel heater and there are the correct clearances. Detach the
mounting bracket from the rear of the heater by compressing the 2
bracket clips, pulling the clips out of the heater rear & removing the
bracket hooks from the heater.
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