CANVAC COE6200V Oil Filled Heater
Before using this product, please read the user manual carefully. Save the user manual for future reference. This product is only suitable for well-insulated spaces for occasional use.
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To prevent injury to users, other persons and property, the following instructions must be followed. Incorrect operation due to non-compliance with the instructions may result in damage to the product.
Serious risk of injury is indicated as follows:
- WARNING!: This symbol indicates the risk of death or serious injury
- CAUTION! This symbol indicates the risk of personal injury or property damage
- Warning: To avoid overheating, do not cover the heater.
- If the power cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manu-facturer, the manufacturer’s service agent or a similarly qualiﬁed person in order to avoid a hazard.
- This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years and above and persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if they are su-pervised or have received instruction on how to use the appliance safely and understand the hazards involved. Do not let children play with the appliance. Cleaning and user maintenance must not be carried out by children without supervision.
- The heater must not be located immediately below a power sock-et.
- Do not use this heater near a bath, shower or swimming pool.
- Do not allow children younger than 3 years near the heater un-less they are continuously supervised.
Children aged between 3 and 8 years may only switch on/off the appliance if it has been placed or installed in its intended normal operating position and they are supervised or have received in-struction on how to use the appliance safely and understand the hazards involved. Children aged between 3 and 8 years must not be allowed to plug in, operate or clean the appliance, or carry out user maintenance.
- CAUTION — Some parts of this product can become very hot and cause burns. Particular attention must be given if children and vulnerable people are present.
- This heater is ﬁlled with a precise quantity of special oil. Repairs requiring opening of the oil container are only to be made by the manufacturer or the manufacturer’s service agent, who should be contacted if there is an oil leak. When scrapping the heater, follow the regulations concerning the disposal of oil.
- Correct disposal of this product This marking indicates that this product should not be disposed of with other household waste throughout the EU. To prevent possible harm to the environment or human health from uncontrolled waste disposal, recycle it responsibly to promote the sustainable re- use of material resources. To return your used device, please use the appropriate return and collection sys- tems or contact the retailer where the product was purchased. They can take this product for environmentally safe recycling.
- This heater cannot achieve accurate temperature control of the environment, and thus cannot be used as a temperature regula-tion device for storage areas, items, animals and plants.
LOCATION OF PARTS
Use of oil-filled heater
Installing the castor assembly
- Turn the heater upside down.
- As shown in ﬁgure 1, align the mounting holes in each caster assembly with the two studs at each end of the radia-tor and lower the caster assem-blies over the studs.
- As shown in ﬁgure 2, secure each caster assembly by screwing two butterﬂy nuts on to the studs. Tighten the but-terﬂy nuts and then turn the heater the right way up so that it stands on the casters.
Information requirements for electric local space heaters
|Model identifier(s): COE6200V|
|Rating:||220–240 V ~ 50 Hz,
|Heat output||Type of heat input, for electric storage local space heaters only (select one)|
|Nominal heat output||Pnom||0.8||kW||Manual heat charge control, with integrat- ed thermostat||[No]|
|Minimum heat output (indica- tive)||Pmin||0.7||kW||Manual heat charge control with room and/ or outdoor temperature feedback||[No]|
|Maximum continuous heat output||Pmax, c||0.8||kW||Electronic heat charge control with room and/or outdoor temperature feedback||[No]|
|Auxiliary electricity consumption||Fan-assisted heat output||[No]|
|At normal heat output||elmax||0,000||kW||Type of heat output/room temperature control (select one)|
|At minimum heat output||elmin||0,000||kW||Single-stage heat output and no room tem- perature control||[No]|
|In standby mode||elSB||0,000*||kW||Two or more manual stages, no room tem- perature control||[No]|
|With mechanical thermostatic room tem- perature control||[No]|
|With electronic room temperature control||[Yes]|
|Electronic room temperature control plus day timer||[No]|
|Electronic room temperature control plus week timer||[No]|
|Other control options (multiple selections possible)|
|Room temperature control, with presence detection||[No]|
|with distance control option||[No]|
|with adaptive start control||[No]|
|with working time limitation||[Yes]|
|with black bulb sensor||[No]|
Check the following before turning on
- The power cord must not be damaged or split.
- Before using the heater, check that the power rating of the power socket matches the rating in the table above and that it is equipped with a safety grounding device before use; otherwise, replace the socket.
Plug the heater into the power socket. The buzzer will “beep” for a long time; press the power button “ ” to turn the heater on. To stop heating, press the power button “ ” to enter the standby state.
With the heater turned on, press the “ ” button to select one of the power settings: high, medium or low.
With the heater turned on, press the “+” button or “-” button to set the temperature. Press and hold the “+” button or the “-” button to quickly set the temperature; after set-ting the temperature the heater will automatically exit the temperature setting screen after 5 seconds.
Setting the start time
Tap the timer button “ ” in standby mode to enter the timer start screen. Press the “+” button or “-” button to set the start time. Press and hold the “+” button or “-” button to quickly set the start time. At the scheduled time the heater will start.
Setting the ﬁnish time
With the heater turned on, press the timer button “ ” to enter the timer ﬁnish screen. Press the “+” key or “-” key to set the ﬁnish time. Press and hold the “+” button or “-” button to quickly set the ﬁnish time. At the scheduled time the heater will turn off and go into standby.
- A: The timer can be set between 0 and 24 hours. Each time you press the “+” button or “-” button it will increase or decrease the timer setting by 1 hour. If the set value is 0H, you can press the “-” button to set the time for 24H. If the set value is 24H, you can press the “+” key to set the time for 0H. When the set value is 0H, the timer is turned off. When the set value is any value other than 0H, the timer is turned on. After setting the start time or ﬁnish time, press the timer button “” or mode button “ ”, or wait for 5 seconds to exit timer setting mode.
- B: If the timer has been set while the heater is on, you can cancel the timer by pressing the power button “ ” to enter standby mode.
- C: After the timer has started, you can press the timer button “ ” to check the remaining time and reset the timer if desired. At the scheduled time, the machine is shut down (heating turns off) or started up (heating turns on at the previous temperature setting). If a power failure oc-curs the timer is reset.
When the heater is turned on it will start with the same temperature setting as it had before it went into standby mode.
Safety protection function
If the indoor ambient temperature exceeds 50°C when the heater is in standby or turned on, all outputs will be turned off, the buzzer will make 10 long beeps, the digital screen will display “FF” and ﬂash at 1 Hz for 75 seconds. As long as the safety protection function is active, even if the ambient temperature is less than 50°C, the heater will remain turned off, and can only be restarted by turning the power off and on again.
When the heater is turned on, press the power button “ ” on the control panel to enter stand-by mode, unplug the power cord and wait for the heater to cool down.
When using the heater for the ﬁrst time or plugging it back into the socket, please check that the plug ﬁts ﬁrmly into the socket.
Insert the power plug into the socket and turn the heater on; after about half an hour, turn off and pull out the plug. Check whether the plug pins are hot; replace the socket if the pins are hotter than about 50°C to avoid burning the plug or even causing a ﬁre caused by overheating of the socket due to poor contact.
USING THE REMOTE CONTROL
The buttons on the remote control basically match the controls on the heater body.
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
- The electric heater should be cleaned regularly to remove dust from the surface of the ﬁns. Otherwise the radiating efficiency may be reduced.
- Disconnect from the electricity supply and allow the radiator to cool, wipe off dust with a soft damp cloth. Do not use detergent or abrasives.
- Do not scrape the surfaces of ﬂanges with sharp or hard tools, otherwise the sur-face may rust as a result of damage to the paint coating.
EUROPEAN WASTE MANAGEMENT GUIDELINES
The following instructions must be followed when using this heater in EU coun-tries
DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS: Do not dispose of this product as unsorted munici-pal waste. It should be disposed of separately as special waste.
The unit must not be disposed of as household waste. Disposal Information:
- Some municipalities have free collection systems for disposal of electronic waste.
- In some cases, the dealer takes charge of the old device free of charge when you buy a new one.
- In some cases, the manufacturer also receives the old unit and handles it for free.
- Because old products contain valuable materials, they can be sold to metal scrap dealers.
Waste disposed of in forests and soil poses a health risk when harmful substances leak out into the groundwater and enter the food chain.The information may be subject to changes. Inadvertent errors in information may occur.
Documents / Resources
|CANVAC COE6200V Oil Filled Heater [pdf] Instructions|
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