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This portable heater offers convenient warmth to any room of your home. It is compact enough to ﬁ t on a desk,
table or counter. It features a thermostat with two heat settings and a cooling function. The heater provides
oscillation feature to increase ventilation. The overheat protection function and the tilt switch ensures safe
This heater must only be connected to a 230V~/50Hz mains outlet. The product can only be operated in dry
indoors. It is not suitable for damp and wet conditions.
Unauthorised conversion and/or modiﬁ cation of the device are inadmissible because of safety and approval
reasons (CE). Any usage other than described above is not permitted and can damage the product and lead to
associated risks such as short-circuit, ﬁ re, electric shock, etc. Please read the operating instructions thoroughly
and keep them for further reference.
We do not assume liability for resulting damages to property or personal injury if the
product has been abused in any way or damaged by improper use or failure to observe
these operating instructions. The warranty/ guarantee will then expire!
The icon with exclamation mark indicates important information in the operating
instructions. Carefully read the whole operating instructions before operating the device,
otherwise there is risk of danger.
Do not cover the device (e.g. with a curtain, blanket, etc.) to avoid overheating of the
Persons / Product
Never use the device without a protective grill. Do not put any objects through the safety guard.
Make sure the appliance is located far enough away from all objects in order to ensure adequate air
Do not use the device in close proximity to a bathtub, shower or swimming pool.
Do not position the device right underneath a mains outlet.
Do not operate the device in conjunction with a separate timer, a separate remote control system or other
equipment which could turn the device on automatically. This would constitute a ﬁ re hazard if the device
were covered or otherwise positioned incorrectly.
The product is not a toy and must be kept out of the reach of children. Be especially careful if children are
around. Children cannot assess the danger from incorrect use of electrical devices. Children could try to
insert items into the device, risking a fatal electric shock. Furthermore, the hot surfaces may induce injury
or ﬁ re. Install the product so that it cannot be reached by children.
Do not leave the packaging material lying around carelessly since it constitutes a danger to children.
Only a electrical source of 230V~/50Hz mains outlet with a protective conductor (wall socket) should be
used. Never try to operate the device with another voltage.
The product is only designed for use in closed, dry indoors locations. It must not get damp or wet, as it may
cause danger of electric shock.
Never touch the product with damp or wet hands.
Never use the heater in any vehicles or other areas or places in motion.
Insert or remove the plug from the socket by gripping the plug. Do not pull on the cord .
Unwind the mains cable completely. If the mains cable is not completely unwound, it can cause overheating,
leading to a ﬁ re hazard.
The power cable must not be pinched or damaged by sharp edges. Do not place any objects on the mains
cable. Do not allow it to become entangled.
Install the mains cable so that it will not be tripped over. Make sure that the mains plug is easily
Do not cover the mains cable under carpets, etc.
Do not use extension cables, ballast, dimmer etc. Insert the mains plug directly into a wall socket.
Do not use the product when it is damaged (e.g. housing, mains cable). A defective connecting cable must
be replaced only by a specialist. Improper replacement may cause a fatal electric shock.
For safety reasons, pull the mains plug out of the mains socket before cleaning the device, during a
thunderstorm or when the device will not be used for a longer period of time.
Always leave a space of at least 1.5 m from combustible or ﬂ ammable materials or items (curtains, doors,
furniture etc.). If the distance is too short, there is a risk of ﬁ re.
Do not cover the unit. Do not touch the openings of the product. Do not insert objects in the openings. This
may lead to a fatal electric shock or ﬁ re hazards
Never pour liquids onto or next to the product. You risk a ﬁ re hazard or a fatal electric shock. However, if
liquids get into the device, immediately isolate the mains socket (fuse), then separate the mains plug from
the mains socket and consult an expert. Do not operate the device anymore.
It is not permitted to operate the device in environments with a high dust content, ﬂ ammable gases, vapours
or solvents. There is a danger of ﬁ re and explosion.
Never place the product on an unstable or moving surface. Always set up the heater so that it cannot tilt or
fall. Tilting/falling can cause a ﬁ re hazard causing injury or product damage. The safety switch integrated
at the base of the device deactivates in this situation, but there remains a risk of ﬁ re caused by the hot
surfaces of the heater.
Do not operate the product when it is unattended.
The air outlet will become very hot within a short period, causing a danger of being burnt. Take the necessary
care in using the heater.
When using the heater for the ﬁ rst time, the heated casing may give off an irritating odour for some time. If
you experience this, ventilate the room where the heater is operating.
Only move, transport or store the product when it has cooled down completely. Disconnect the mains unit
from the mains voltage and pull the plug out of the power socket.
Only use the device in a temperate climate, not a tropical climate.
Never connect the product directly after transferring it from a cold to a warm room. The condensation water
that develops after such a transfer could damage the device or cause an electric shock. Allow the appliance
to reach room temperature. Wait until the condensation water has evaporated. This might take several
hours. Only after this should it be plugged in to the mains supply and put into use.
The product is not suitable for commercial use.
The product must not be subjected to heavy mechanical stress.
The product must not be exposed to extreme temperatures, direct sunlight, intense vibration, or
If there is reason to believe that safe operation is no longer possible, the device is to be put out of operation
and secured against unintended operation. Safe operation is no longer possible if the device:
shows visible damages,
no longer works,
was stored under unfavourable conditions for a long period of time or
was subject to considerable transport stress
Servicing, adjustment or repair works must only be carried out by a specialist/ specialist workshop.
If any questions arise that are not answered in this operating instruction, contact our Technical Advisory
Service or other experts.
Anti-tilt protection switch
Place the heater on a suitable surface. It should be a large surface which is ﬁ xed, level and stable. It should
be 0.5 m away from any wall or object. It should be at least 1.5 m away from any ﬂ ammable items (eg.
curtains). It is intended to be placed on the ﬂ oor and not wall-mounted. Ensure that the heater is placed
ﬂ at and solidly on its base.
With the thermostat control (1), turn to < — >. With the mode selector (2), turn to < 0 >.
Insert the power socket into the mains outlet.
Selecting the Mode
To select the mode, use the mode selector (2).
To turn the heater off
To turn on the fan for cooling or ventilation
To turn the heater to the lower heat output (750 W)
To turn the heater to the full heat output (1500 W)
Adjustment of the Temperature
The thermostat (1) allows for gradual adjustment of temperature. Choose the desired strength from the minimum
< — > to the maximum < + >.
The control light (3) will illuminate when the heater is connected to the wall socket.
This function allows for stable and even heating or ventilation.
To activate or deactivate the oscillation function, press the Oscillation button (5).
The anti-tilt protection switch (4) at the bottom of the heater disconnects the power from the heater when it is lifted
off the ﬂ oor. This ensures protection if the heater is tipped over or when it is being moved.
If the heater is heating / cooling when it is tipped over, the control light (3) will switch off.
If the heater tips over, switch it off and replace it correctly before switching it back on.
This heater features an overheat protection that switches off the appliance automatically in the case of
overheating (for example, due to total or partial obstruction of the its air outlet openings). In this case, following
the procedures below:
Unplug the heater.
Wait about 30 minutes for it to cool down.
Remove the obstructing objects.
Switch on the heater as described above.
If the problem persists, please contact our Technical Advisory Service or other experts.
Cleaning and Care
Before cleaning the heater, ensure that it is disconnected from the power supply and has cooled down
To avoid the risk of electric shock, do not clean the heater with water. Do not immerse it in the water.
The housing may be wiped with a slightly damp, lint-free cloth. Do not use abrasive cleaners.
If necessary, dust particles accumulated in the air outlet openings may be removed with a vacuum cleaner.
In order to preserve, protect and improve the quality of environment, protect human health and
utilise natural resources prudently and rationally, the user should return unserviceable product to
relevant facilities in accordance with statutory regulations.
The crossed-out wheeled bin indicates the product needs to be disposed separately and not as
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Heating level I : 750W
Heating level II: 1500W
Cool air function
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