SECTION I. SERVICE UPON RECEIPT
There are no special unpacking procedures for this heater. Be careful when unpacking to prevent damage.
contents of the package to ensure all items are accounted for. Save packing container for reuse.
4-2. PROCESSING UNPACKED EQUIPMENT.
Inspect the equipment for damage incurred during shipment.
If the equipment has been damaged, report the damage
on SF 368, Product Quality Deficiency Report.
4-3. INSPECTION OF INSTALLED COMPONENTS.
Remove the top and side covers (para 4-10) for access to the heater components. Inspect the heater components to
determine if any components are damaged, deteriorated, or incomplete to the extent that the components should be
replaced or repaired.
4-4. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS.
Do not locate heater where expelled exhaust fumes can be recirculated into inlet
air openings of the heater space. Inhalation of exhaust fumes can cause serious
illness or death.
No special tools are required for installation.
Locate the heater near an outside wall so the exhaust can be piped to the outside with a short direct run
(Figure 4-1). The total length
of the horizontal run
of the exhaust pipe should not exceed
Position the heater at approximately the same level as the fuel source.
It should never be positioned
more than 7 feet above the fuel source.
Provide clearances indicated in Figure 4-2 to permit proper air circulation.