06:43AM | 05/01/06
Member Since: 04/30/06
1 lifetime posts
Hello Everyone,

I've recently aquired a second hand "Monitor 30" kerosene heater and am having trouble finding any information on installing or operating it.

Is there anyone out there who would be kind enough to share a manual, etc. Any info would be greatly appreciated. I'd also be willing to purchase one.

Thanks in advance,


Jim D

12:13AM | 05/02/06
Member Since: 01/06/01
345 lifetime posts
Oceanscape - hi, I rented a home before with a Monitor heater and no manual. I ended up buying one from the company, total price of under $10 including postage. You can find them on the web at . Make sure you get the full model number and serial number before you call to order the manual, as models have changed over the years.

I also found this website where they've posted many of the instructions:

Scroll down towards the bottom of the page and you'll find links under the heading "Monitor Heater Installation Info" that will load the pages. I'd recommend buying the manual as it does contain other operating info you'd want to know as you use it. Good luck! Jim D/West Point, VA


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