Question about Patton POH2520-U Oil Filled Radiator Heater
I am using a Patton heater model# POH2501 at work. I don't know where the operator's manual is, and I don't know what the knobs do or how to adjust it correctly.
1.) Is there a place online that has a manual for this heater?
2.) Does Patton have a website that I can download a manual?
3.) How come they still make products that are not intuitive and easy to use??
I have a manual and would be happy to upload a copy to you. I haven't found a Patton website yet. I'm ultimately hoping to find a place where I can buy replacement wheels for my Patton POH2501, but so far, no luck.
Let me know if you're still in need of the manual.
Posted on Jan 22, 2008
I believe that I have a solution. My heater (model POH2501) was packed away and I now need to use it because one room in my house does not heat very well.
1.) There is no place that I have found yet that offers a manual online for this product. I have sent a few customer assistance messages though.
2.) There is a website called Patton Products. It is part of the Jarden Corporation. The link is: Patton Heaters and Fans Website.
3.) They still make products (I think) that would probably be easier to use. There also is a recall on some models of oil Heaters.
Posted on Nov 02, 2008
I have a POH2501 from a thrift store, no manual. Using a clamp amp device I determined that lower switch positions 1, 2 and 3 are incremental watt increases for the heater. Positions 1, 2 and 3 correspond to about 600, 900, and 1200 Watts. The upper know is a thermostat and controls the temperature of shut off, clockwise increases temp. I think that is all you need to know besides general safety information for this type of heater, and you can find that via a google search.
A few things left out, position 1 is off, the on light on my unit works strange, in that it is brightest on the lowest power position 1 setting, gets less bright on 2, and is nearly off in position 3 (weird and non intuitive, but no big deal). In addition I've read that these don't have a tip over switch, so put it in a safe place, or do what we do and only operate it in the 1 setting where it doesn't get very hot.
Posted on Nov 04, 2015
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