When using electrical appliances,
basic precautions should always
be followed to reduce the risk of
fire, electric shock, and injury to
persons, including the following:
① Read all instructions before
using the electric replace.
② The heater is hot when in use.
To avoid burns, do not let bare
skin touch hot surfaces. The
trim around the heater outlet
becomes hot during heater
operation. Keep combustible
materials, such as furniture,
pillows, bedding, papers, clothes,
and curtains at least three (3) feet
(0.9 m) from the front of the unit.
③ Extreme caution is necessary
when any heater is used by or
near children or invalids and
whenever the unit is left operating
④ Always unplug the electric
replace when not in use.
⑤ Do not operate any unit with
a damaged cord or plug, or if
the heater has malfunctioned,
or if the electric replace has
been dropped or damaged in
any manner. Return heater
to authorized service facility
for examination, electrical or
mechanical adjustment, or repair.
⑥ Do not use outdoors.
⑦ The electric replace is not
intended for use in bathrooms,
laundry areas and similar indoor
locations. Never locate heater
where it may fall into a bathtub or
other water container.
⑧ Do not run the cord under
carpeting. Do not cover cord with
throw rugs, runners, or the like.
Arrange cord away from trafc
area and where it will not be
⑨ To disconnect the unit, turn
the controls off, then remove the
plug from the outlet.
⑩ Do not insert or allow foreign
objects to enter any ventilation
or exhaust opening as this may
cause an electric shock or re, or
damage to the heater.
⑪ To prevent a possible re, do
not block air intake or exhaust
in any manner. Do not use on
soft surfaces, like a bed, where
openings may become blocked.
⑫ All electrical heaters have