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|Size||26 x 29 x 34 cm|
|Material||metal & plastic|
|Kilowatt hour||1,5-3,0 kWh|
|Packaging||1 x 28 x 34 x 38 cm = 5 kg|
Cold air is sucked in at the back, heated, and then blown out as hot air. Because a relatively large quantity of air is sucked in and blown out, the air expelled by the heater does not feel particularly hot. As a great deal of air is heated and blown out, however, the entire space (not just the air around the heater!) is gradually warmed up.
Supply voltage Volt/Hz 230 / 50
Maximum capacity Watt 3000
Settings Watt 0-fan-1500-3000
Insulation class IP24
Dimensions cm 26 x 29 x 34
Weight kg 4.6 kg
By loosening the adjustment knobs (4), the heater can be tilted in its frame so that the blow direction can be adjusted. Do not point it downwards onto flammable or heat sensitive floors! For safety reasons, the tilt is limited. Re-tighten the knobs before using the heater again!
Control panel EK3000R-2:The EK3000R-2 control panel consists of two dials:
The mode selector dial with 4 positions is located on the left:
The continuously adjustable thermostat dial is located on the right.
With the mode selector dial, adjust the heater to suit your preferences: fan only, low power or high power.
If the heater is being used for the first time (or if you want to reset the desired temperature), turn the thermostat dial to the maximum position (clockwise as far as it goes).
Once the temperature in the area being heated has reached the right level, slowly turn the thermostat dial anticlockwise until you hear a soft click; leave the dial in that position. The heater will automatically maintain the temperature at this level. It does this by switching the heating elements off and on when the temperature rises or falls too much.
Keep the heater clean. Deposits of dust and dirt in the appliance are a common cause of overheating so these should be removed regularly. Switch off the heater, remove the plug from the socket and allow the heater to cool down before cleaning or carrying out maintenance work.
Wipe the outside of the heater regularly with a dry or slightly damp cloth. Do not use aggressive soaps, sprays, cleaners or abrasives, waxes, polishes or chemical solutions!