Kozy World KWP112 10,000-BTU Vent-Free LP-Gas Infrared Wall Heater
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- 10,000-BTU LP-gas wall heater for spaces up to 300 square feet
- Electronic piezo ignition system provides easy start-ups; radiates instant infrared heat
- Safe-watch pilot assembly, built-in oxygen-depletion sensor, and pressure regulator for safety
- Variable heat control; wall-mounting brackets and detailed instructions included
- Measures approximately 5-2/3 by 14-1/5 by 18-8/9 inches
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has a use for a heater that does not shut off when it reaches your desired temperature. Otherwise lights well and way over heats my smaller office.
1. bought 10 ft, propane hose and dual regulator from lowes. This stuff is near the grills. The regulator goes on top of the tank, You must use one so the pressure will be correct to heater.
2. Bought shut off valve and yellow bendable hose from Home depot. This stuff says it is for gas fireplaces , but it works. Don't bother asking any salesmen at either store for help. They don't have a clue.
3. Mounted heater on wall.
4. Drilled hole in wall to outside.
5. connected regulator and 10 ft hose to small grill type propane tank. Will be a larger one soon as this is the smallest tank made.
6. Drilled hose throught wall and ran 10 hose through to interior.
7. attached shut off valve (inside building) to 10 ft. hose.
8. attached yellow flex to heater.
9. attached other end of yellow flex hose to shut off valve.
10. opened valve on propane bottle (interior valve closed)
11. checked all connectors with soapy solution
12. opened interior shut off valve and check all connections with soapy solution.
13. Lit heater, works great.
a few notes, It took forever to purge the air out of all the hose. Be patient. Pilot light will eventually light.
.... one of the connectors was leaking at first. I did not use pipe dope on the compression fittings only cause I read that compression fittings would not seat properly if you used pipe dope. Anyway, took that fitting apart and put pipe dope on the threads... no leak! The other compression type fittings were fine. You can tell compression fittings cause they are flared. If you yours leak try adding the dope... but only on the male threads and keep it away from the very ends.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Well made and puts out lots of heat using very little gas. Wish it had a thermostat...Published 5 months ago by John Gill
This heater is amazing in our motorhome. It's like having a nice little fireplace and does a great job of keeping the living room area toasty when it's cold outside.Published 6 months ago by H2oxy
Great little heater for the money. This is my second one for another room.Published 8 months ago by Don K
Not a honest company. The unit was advertised as natural gas. After I received the item; I'm told the unit uses propane and is illegal for usage in my state. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Alice Reeves