Figure 2-4. - Spare heater installation (Type I).
2. Set the oil-pot burner in the adapter ring, so the fuel inlet pipe faces the ash door opening.
3. Turn the adapter ring to the right until it engages the locking clips on the right side of the door opening.
4. Install the flame spreader in the center of the burner.
5. Attach the float valve nipple to the smaller end of the pipe reducer located on the oil-pot burner. Make sure the connection is tight enough to hold the valve in a level position and to prevent leaks.
6. Place the top of the space heater on the adapter ring.
7. Assemble the smoke pipe.
8. Install the draft diverter on top of the stack and anchor it with guy ropes.
Install the guy line radially to eliminate contact with the smoke pipe. Lines should be erected and anchored, so the movement of the tent does not adversely affect the stability of the smoke pipe.
Refer to figure 2-6, and assemble the fuel can adapter and insert it in the fuel can as follows:
When changing fuel cans, release the cam before removing the adapter from the empty can. The washer on the adapter may squeeze out of place when the adapter is screwed into place on the fuel can. Wipe excess fuel from the washer, the washer seat, and the lid of the fuel can.
1. Attach the male end of one fuel hose to the drip loop hose of the adapter, and attach the opposite female. end of the hose to the male fuel inlet fitting of the float valve.
2. Attach the other length of hose to the ovefflow fitting (under the center of the float valve) to carry off any possible overflow. This hose must drain downward and discharge into a safe outside location.
Be sure the fuel from the fuel can is connected to the male fitting marked "INLET" on the valve.
3. Make sure the inlet shutoff knob on the float valve is in the OFF position.Continue Reading