How Do I Take Care of a Wall Heater?
• Make sure you install your heater in a place where it is meant to operate. For example, don't install a bathroom heater in an outdoor area.
• Keep your heater clean and clear of dust and debris. Something like a leaf or pet hair being heated can create a fire hazard.
• Don't run your heater nonstop for long periods of time. The safety information that comes with your unit should tell you how long it is safe to continuously operate the appliance.
• Even though your heater is made to be installed on a wall, don't forget to keep it away from flammable, hanging items. This includes things like curtains, artwork, quilts, memorabilia, coats, and hats.
• If you don't have the appropriate experience, have your heater installed by a professional. Incorrect installation can cause the heater to malfunction or even create a fire hazard.