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70,000 BTU Kerosene Radiant "Sun Stream" Heater
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- 70000 btu heat output
- Heats up to 1750 square feet
- Operates 7 hours on full 4-gallon tank
- Radiant and fan forced heating system
- Power on/off switch
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Pro-Temp is the choice for both the Professional and Do-It-Yourselfer looking for portable outdoor space heat. Regardless the job, we have the right heater for you! Pro-Temp heaters are ideal for garages, workshops, construction sites, warehouses, aircraft hangers, farms, and any application where portable heat is needed. Concerned about noise or wind affecting the heat flow? The Sun Stream heater offers Radiant Heat technology that is 1/2 the noise of typical forced air heaters. Because it heats like the sun, wind will not affect heater performance compared to typical forced air heaters where heat can be blown around. All Pro-Temp heaters are CSA Certified!
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I bought two of these to replace a poorly functioning 200,000 BTU turbo (torpedo) heater. The torpedo heater was always a too stinky to use in a garage or small shop, very loud, and much larger & bulkier. As soon as I received these "Sun Stream" radiant heaters, I fueled them both with kerosene and turned them on. One worked as expected, the other did not. The malfunctioning heater would light, run for a few minutes, then shut off with a blinking power light. The manual did not contain any useful troubleshooting info other than a phone number to call for support, 5 days a week, during business hours. Well, it was dark, I was cold, and I own a screwdriver... so I took them both apart. Actually, I just took the back covers off (4 screws around the outside of the tube), and had a look. Sure enough, the cause of the malfunction was obvious, as can be seen in the attached photos. One connector had been pulled apart forcefully (not by me) and had bent pins, and a wire was pulled loose from a different connector due to a bad crimp. I also happen to have a collection of crimp tools, so I fixed both connectors and re-assembled. Now I have two functioning heaters! Having a 2nd functioning heater for comparison saved me from having to pay attention to the schematics printed on the inside back cover and in the manual.
Place two of these heaters 10 feet apart facing each other in a very cold place, stand in the middle and bask in the warmth, then the hotness, then the searing heat, followed by spontaneous human combustion. Ok, place them 20 feet apart, stand in the middle...
Despite the poor quality control and 50% failure rate from my sample size of 2, I still give these heaters a 4-star rating. This is a little generous, but a 3 star rating was too low. The manual does contain schematics, part numbers, and cleaning and maintenance schedules. Removing the back cover (and more) is required for all basic maintenance. The manual does make it clear that the igniter will need cleaning and replaced, as will the injector, flame sensor, fan, and other components. It's like having a car - oil changes, new tires, etc. If you aren't prepared to wield a screwdriver from time to time, then a propane radiant heater or an installed gas furnace may be better for you.
Pinnacle(the manufacturer) customer server said I had to go thru Amazon which only leaves me to return it.
I wanted some customer service, not the "don't bother me" hand off back to Amazon. A couple of parts
to replace damage and I would be happy.
The pic is the split open blower motor which causes the product to burn to lean.
Update: Ran heater until it shutdown to "empty" it of kerosene. Had to siphon out the rest, with turned out to be almost a full half gallon! So the 4 gallon tank only has a 3.5 gallon run time.