Dyna-Glo 23.8K BTU Indoor Kerosene Convection Heater

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RMC-95C6B

Dyna-Glo 23.8K BTU Indoor Kerosene Convection Heater

$149.99



The Dyna-Glo 23,800 BTU indoor kerosene heater is the ultimate in convection supplemental heating solutions, powerful enough to heat an area up to 1,000 square feet. It's high efficiency burner creates an awesome warmth, that radiates out 360 degrees in all directions for 11 hours on one tank of fuel. The front accessible burner and knob makes starting and maintaining an even, efficient flame effortless while the tip-over shut-off system ensures a safe and reliable source of heat.

Kerosene

Convection

Coverage 1000 sq ft

Indoor-Residential

Features
  • Mechanical Tip Shut-Off Assembly
  • Push Button Electric Ignition (Batteries Included)
  • Exclusive Run-Time Fuel Gauge
  • One Touch Extinguish System
  • Convenient Handle Design
Specs
  • Heater Type: Convection
  • Fuel Type: 1-K Kerosene
  • BTU Ouput: 23000
  • Igniton Type: Push Button Electric
  • Tank Size (Gal.): 1.9
  • Operating Time (hrs): 8 to 12
  • Heating Coverage (sq. ft.): 1000
  • Dimensions (inches): 17.5x17.5x27.0
  • Weight (lbs.): 23
Drawings
Dyna-Glo 23.8K BTU Indoor Kerosene Convection Heater
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FAQs
Indoor Kerosene FAQ
Trouble Corrective Action
Heater Will Not Light:
  1. Fuel Tank is Empty
  2. Water present in kerosene
  3. Ignitor plug fails to glow
  4. Igniter plug makes contact with side of wick
  1. Fill tank with water-clear 1-K kerosene or red dyed 1-K kerosene.
  2. Drain tank. Fill tank with water-clear 1-K kerosene or red dyed 1-K kerosene.
  3. Replace batteries. Replace Igniter plug. Check for broken or disconnected wire.
  4. Lower wick using adjuster knob until igniter plug makes contact with top of wick.
Heater Produces Smoke or Odor:
  1. Flame is too high
  2. Heater is in an air draft
  3. Burner is not level
  4. Carbon or tar built up on wick
  5. Contaminated kerosene
  1. Using wick adjuster knob, lower wick to desired ½" flame.
  2. Move heater out of air draft.
  3. Using burner knob, rotate burner from side to side until it seats properly over wick.
  4. Perform "Carbon Removal / Dry Burning" procedure. Replace wick if necessary.
  5. Drain tank. Remove wick assembly & replace wick. Reinstall wick assembly. Fill tank with water-clear 1-K kerosene or red dyed 1-K kerosene.
    Watch the Video: how to perform a 95C6 / 95C6B Wick Replacement
Flames Flickers or Dies
  1. Water present in kerosene
  2. Carbon or tar built up on wick
  1. Drain tank. Remove wick assembly & replace wick. Reinstall wick assembly. Fill tank with water-clear 1-K kerosene or red dyed 1-K kerosene.
  2. Perform "Carbon Removal / Dry Burning" procedure. Replace wick if necessary.
Wick Burning Down Excessively
  1. Dangerous, volatile fuel mixed with kerosene (gasoline, benzene, alcohol, white gas, paint thinner, camp stove fuel, oil compound)
  1. Drain and clean tank.
Wick Adjuster Sticks
  1. Water present in kerosene
  2. Carbon or tar built up on wick
  1. Drain tank. Remove wick assembly & replace wick. Reinstall wick assembly. Fill tank with water-clear 1-K kerosene or red dyed 1-K kerosene.
    Watch the Video: how to perform a 95C6 / 95C6B Wick Replacement
  2. Perform "Carbon Removal / Dry Burning" procedure. Replace wick if necessary.



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