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A patio heater provides you with outdoor heating through the cold season.

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Designed to generate warm up from outdoor settings, patio heaters come with burners on best about a post. These burners burn propane and produce flames which are directed toward some heat burner screen. The heat burner screen emits warmth and the reflector above the burner reflects heat around the outdoor area where the patio heater is located. If you enjoy relaxing or having a get-together on your outside porch through the cold season, patio heaters are ideal with those occasions.

Difficulty: Tolerably Challenging


things you'll require:

3 hex nuts 3 washers 2 acorn nuts 15 large screws 6 small screws 4 hex head screws 3 reflector bolts No. 2 Phillips screwdriver 7/16-inch wrench

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Patio Heater Assembly

1 Connect cylinder parts to kind the base of the patio heater. Attach the pair cylinder include pieces, ensuring that they align with the holes of the post base. Screw the cylinder insure pieces and the post base loosely together in seven great screws, using a No.2 Phillips screwdriver.

2 Position the center rear support bracket over the center screw plus screw hex nut loosely over the screw with a 7/16-inch wrench. Join cover pieces to the center rear assist bracket. Screw the pieces also bracket loosely jointly along with a big screw and three tiny screws, using a No. 2 Phillips screwdriver. The center rear support bracket has six holes about different dimensions.

3 Connect the two side help brackets. Screw a hex nut and a great screw loosely at the top and base of each side assist bracket, using a 7/16-inch wrench and a No. 2 Phillips screwdriver.

5 Screw plus tighten fasteners. Using any 7/16-inch wrench plus a No. 2 Phillips screwdriver, tighten the bolts and screws.

6 Assemble post onto post base with the post's decal facing the front about the heater. Connect the post to the post base in four large screws also tighten securely by way of some No. 2 Phillips screwdriver. Place deal with onto publish and slide it down until it is positioned securely. This should be approximately one-quarter above the base of the heater.

7 Place three brass reflector studs in the screen insure. Place head assembly plus hose to the publish about the heater. Using any No. 2 Phillips screwdriver, screw the head assembly to the post with 3 small screws and tighten securely. The manage knob should be positioned without delay above the post's decal.

8 Support the patio heater against any saw horse. Place three washers also 3 acorn nuts onto the three studs and secure tightly, using any 7/16--inch wrench.

9 Attach the hose onto the regulator plus connect the regulator to a 20-lb. propane tank. Place the remaining cylinder cover onto the cylinder cover assembly.

Mantle Installation

3 Lock clips in place by way of twisting them.

4 Turn on the propane tank; light upwards each and every mantle evenly together with some match. Let the mantles burn until bright ash remains. Do not touch mantles along with any finger or match, because they are really fragile.

5 Reattach the glass panels and screw it within place along with some No. 2 Phillips screwdriver.

Tips & Warnings

Prior to lighting awake the mantles or turning on the propane tank, verify with gas leaks. Do not ignite fire until you check for gas leaks.

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"Outdoor Living Idea Book"; Lee Anne White; 2005 Coleman: Patio Heater & Soft. PatioHeaterPatioHeaters.

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