How do I clean my Portable fan heater?

Modified on Wed, 01 Mar 2023 at 03:12 PM

IMPORTANT: Normal use of your fan heater in areas which have high levels of fluff, dust or hair (e.g. bedrooms, dressing areas or hair salons), especially on solid/lino covered floors, will result in the accumulation of these inside the heater at the back of the element. If left to build up it will eventually result in the safety cut-out operating to protect you and the heater from the danger of the product overheating. It is therefore critical that you use a vacuum cleaner to regularly blow out and clean away any accumulation from the heater


WARNING: Always disconnect from the power supply before cleaning the heater. 


To ensure continued normal operation of your heater, you must regularly clean out any accumulation of particles from inside the heater.

 This is best achieved by using your vacuum cleaner in blow mode to blow air into the heater through the front air outlet to dislodge any accumulated matter from the back of the element (If it does not have this function then blowing hard yourself will have the same result). Then use the vacuum in suction mode to suck out the now loose particles through the top and bottom air inlets. This will serve to clean these areas also. 

For normal surface cleaning, do not use detergents, abrasive cleaning agents or polish of any kind on the heater. Wipe with a dry cloth to remove dust and a damp (not wet) cloth to clean off stains. Be careful not to allow moisture into the heater.

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