John Deere AC-70 manual

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Table of contents for the manual

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    AC-70, AC-1 15 AND AC-165 SP ACE HEA TERS[...]

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    2 Operator ’s Manual Introduction THANK YOU for purchasing a John Deere product. REA D TH IS MAN U[...]

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    Operator ’s Manual 3 Contents Page Safety ........................................................[...]

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    4 Operator ’s Manual W A R N I N G W A R N I N G S I N T H E M A N U A L S . W A R N I N G S I N T[...]

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    Operator ’s Manual 5 CARBON MONOXIDE - POISONOUS GAS DANGER: CARBON MONOXIDE POISONING MA Y LEAD T[...]

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    6 Operator ’s Manual SAFETY W ARNING WHEN REFUELING Use only kerosene, #1#2 diesel / fuel oil, JET[...]

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    Operator ’s Manual 7 ELECTRICAL HAZARDS DANGER- IMPROPER CONNECTION OF THE EQUIPMENT -GROUNDING CO[...]

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    8 Operator ’s Manual IMPORT ANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS 1. Use only in areas free of flammable vapors[...]

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    Operator ’s Manual 9 WEAR PROTECTIVE CLOTHING W ear clo se fit ti ng cl ot hin g and saf ety equ [...]

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    10 Operator ’s Manual Controls A -- Hot Air Outlet B -- Thermostat Knob C -- Fan Guard D -- ON / O[...]

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    Operator ’s Manual 1 1 Assembly ASSEMBL Y NOTE: For 1 15 and 165 Models Only These models are furn[...]

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    12 Operator ’s Manual Preparation VENTILA TION W ARNING: PROVIDE A FRESH AIR OPENING OF A T LEAST [...]

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    Preparation Operator ’s Manual 13 THEOR Y OF OPERA TION The F uel Sy stem : The air pump forces ai[...]

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    14 Operator ’s Manual Operation OPERA TION IMPORT ANT : Review and understand the warnings in the [...]

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    Operation Operator ’s Manual 15 OPERA TION (CONTINUED) OPERA TION WITH PORT ABLE SP ACE HEA TER: W[...]

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    16 Operator ’s Manual No power to space heater . ON / OFF switch not in the ON(|) position. Thermo[...]

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    T roubleshooting Operator ’s Manual 17 Symptom Problem Solution Motor starts and runs but space he[...]

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    18 Operator ’s Manual Service Fuel tank Air output and lint filters Air intake filter Fuel filt[...]

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    Service Operator ’s Manual 19 WARNING: TO AVOID RISK OF BU RN AND ELECTRICAL SHOCK, NEVER ATTEMPT [...]

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    Service 20 Operator ’s Manual AIR OUTPUT , AIR INT AKE AND LINT FIL TERS: 1. Remove upper shell. ([...]

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    Service Operator ’s Manual 21 FUEL FIL TER: 1. Remove side cover screws using 5/16" nut-drive[...]

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    Service 22 Operator ’s Manual IGNITOR: 1. Remove upper shell and fan guard (See "Maintenance:[...]

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    Service Operator ’s Manual 23 MAINTENANCE (CONTINUED) : NOZZLE ASSEMBL Y : 1 . Remove upper shell [...]

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    Service 24 Operator ’s Manual MAINTENANCE (CONTINUED) : PUMP ROT OR: ( Procedure if Rotor is Bindi[...]

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    Operator ’s Manual 25 Storage STORAGE STORING, TRANSPORTING OR SHIPPING: Note: If shippi ng, tra n[...]

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    26 Operator ’s Manual ITEM SPECIFICA TION Model Size 70 1 15 165 Output Rating (BTU / Hr) 70,000 1[...]

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    Operator ’s Manual 27 ST A TEMENT OF W ARRANTY John Deere warrants all parts, (except those referr[...]

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    28 Operator ’s Manual Notes[...]

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    Operator ’s Manual 29 Notes[...]

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    30 Operator ’s Manual Introduction MERCI de la confiance témoignée par l’achat d’un produit[...]

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    Operator ’s Manual 31 T able des matières Page Sécurité .......................................[...]

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    32 Operator ’s Manual W A R N I N G W A R N I N G S I N T H E M A N U A L S . W A R N I N G S I N [...]

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    Operator ’s Manual 33 OXYDE DE CARBONE – GAZ TOXIQUE DANGER: L ’EMPOISONNEMENT AU MONOXYDE DE [...]

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    34 Operator ’s Manual CONSIGNES DE SÉCURITÉ LORS DU RA VIT AILLEMENT EN CARBURANT Utilisez seule[...]

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    Operator ’s Manual 35 RISQUES ÉLECTRIQUES DANGER - Un branchement incorrect du con- ducteur de mi[...]

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    36 Operator ’s Manual CONSEILS DE SÉCURITÉ IMPORT ANTS 1. N’ uti li sez que dan s de s en dr o[...]

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    Operator ’s Manual 37 PORTER DES VÊTEMENTS DE PROTECTION Porter des vêtements ajustés et un éq[...]

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    38 Operator ’s Manual A -- Sortie d'air chaud B -- Bouton du thermostat C -- Grille de protec[...]

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    Operator ’s Manual 39 Assemblage ASSEMBLAGE NOT A: Pour les modèles 1 15 et 165 uniquement. Ces m[...]

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    40 Operator ’s Manual Préparation VENTILA TION A VERTISSEMENT : PRÉVOIR UNE OUVERTURE D’AIR FR[...]

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    Operator ’s Manual 41 Préparation THÉORIE DE FONCTIONNEMENT Système d’alimentation en carbura[...]

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    42 Operator ’s Manual Fonctionnement FONCTIONNEMENT IMPORT ANT : Lisez et comprenez les avertissem[...]

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    Operator ’s Manual 43 Fonctionnement FONCTIONNEMENT (CONTINUÉ) FONCTIONNEMENT A VEC GÉNÉRA TRIC[...]

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    44 Operator ’s Manual Pas de courant se rendant à l’appareil de chauffage Le commutateur marche[...]

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    Operator ’s Manual 45 Dépannage Symptôme Problème Solution Le moteur démarre et fonc- tionne m[...]

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    46 Operator ’s Manual Entretien Article Fréquence Comment ENTRETIEN CALENDRIER D’EBTRETIEN PRÉ[...]

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    Operator ’s Manual 47 Entretien A VERTISSEMENT : AFIN D’ÉVITER TOUT RISQUE DE BRÛLURES ET DE C[...]

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    48 Operator ’s Manual Entretien FIL TRES DE SORTIE D’AIR, DE PRISE D’AIR ET DE PELUCHES 1. Ret[...]

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    Operator ’s Manual 49 Entretien FIL TRE À CARBURANT 1. Retirez les vis du panneau latéral avec u[...]

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    50 Operator ’s Manual Entretien ALLUMEUR 1. Retirez l’habillage supérieur et la grille de prote[...]

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    Operator ’s Manual 51 Entretien ENTRETIEN (CONTINUÉ) ASSEMBLAGE DE LA BUSE D’AÉRA TION: 1 . Re[...]

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    52 Operator ’s Manual Entretien ENTRETIEN (CONTINUÉ) : MOTEUR DE POMPE (Procédure à suivre si l[...]

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    Operator ’s Manual 53 Remisage REMISAGE ENTREPOSAGE, TRANSPOR T OU EXPÉDITION Note: Si l’appare[...]

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    54 Operator ’s Manual ARTICLE CARACTÉRISTIQUES T aille du modèle 70 1 15 165 Puissance de sortie[...]

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    Operator ’s Manual 55 CONDITIONS DE LA GARANTIE John Deere garantit toutes les pièces (à l’exc[...]

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    56 Operator ’s Manual Note[...]

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    Note 57 Operator ’s Manual[...]

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    58 Operator ’s Manual Introducción Gracias para comprando este John Deere producto. Lea este manu[...]

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    Operator ’s Manual 59 Materias Pagiña Seguridad .................................................[...]

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    60 Operator ’s Manual W A R N I N G W A R N I N G S I N T H E M A N U A L S . W A R N I N G S I N [...]

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    Operator ’s Manual 61 MONÓXIDO DE CARBONO- GAS VENENOSO PELIGRO: ¡LA INTOXICACIÓN CON MONÓXIDO[...]

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    62 Operator ’s Manual INS TRUCC IONE S DE SEGU RIDA D DE LLEN DADO DE COMBUSTIBLE Use solamente ke[...]

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    Operator ’s Manual 63 RIESGOS DE ELECTRICOS PELIGRO-CONECCIÓN INCORRECT A DE EQUIPO- CONDUCTOR DE[...]

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    64 Operator ’s Manual IMPORT ANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS 1. Use solamente en áreas libres de vapores [...]

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    Operator ’s Manual 65 USE ROP A PROTECTORA Use ropa medida cerca y equipo de seguridad apropiado a[...]

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    66 Operator ’s Manual A -- Salida de aire caliente B -- Perilla del termostato C -- Cubierta del e[...]

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    Operator ’s Manual 67 Ensamblaje EMSAMBLAJE NOT A: Sólo para los modelos 1 15 y 165 Estos modelos[...]

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    68 Operator ’s Manual Preparando VENTILACIÓN A D V E R T E N C I A : P R O P O R C I O N E U N A [...]

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    Operator ’s Manual 69 Preparando TEORÍA DEL FUNCIONAMIENT O El sistema de combustible: La bomba d[...]

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    70 Operator ’s Manual Operación FUNCIONAMIENTO IMPORT ANTE: revise y comprenda las advertencias q[...]

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    Operator ’s Manual 71 Operación FUNCIONAMIENTO (CONTINUACIÓN) ADVERTENCIA: ANTES DE OPERAR EL CA[...]

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    72 Operator ’s Manual No llega energía eléctrica al calentador . El interruptor de alimentación[...]

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    Localización de Fallas Operator ’s Manual 73 Condición de falla Causa Posible Remedio El motor s[...]

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    74 Operator ’s Manual Servicio T anque de combustible Salida de aire y filtros de pelusa Filtro d[...]

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    Operator ’s Manual 75 Servicio ADVERTENCIA: P ARA EVIT AR EL RIESGO DE QUEMA DURAS Y CHOQUE ELÉCT[...]

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    76 Operator ’s Manual Servicio FIL TROS DE SALIDA DE AIRE, ENTRADA DE AIRE Y DE PELUSA 1. Desmonte[...]

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    Operator ’s Manual 77 Servicio FIL TRO DE COMBUSTIBLE 1. Retire los tornillos de la cubierta later[...]

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    78 Operator ’s Manual Servicio ENCENDEDOR 1 . Desmonte la cubierta superior y el resguardo del ven[...]

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    Operator ’s Manual 79 Servicio MANTENIMIENTO (CONTINUACIÓN): ENSAMBLAJE DE LA BOQUILLA 1 . Desmon[...]

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    80 Operator ’s Manual Servicio MANTENIMIENTO (CONTINUACIÓN): ROTOR DE LA BOMBA: (Procedimiento en[...]

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    Operator ’s Manual 81 ALMACENAMIENTO ALMACENAMIENTO, TRANSPORTE O ENVÍO : NOT A: Si se envía, la[...]

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    82 Operator ’s Manual ARTÍCULO ESPECIFICACIÓN T amaño del modelo 70 1 15 165 Potencia nominal d[...]

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    Operator ’s Manual 83 DECLARACIÓN DE GARANTÍA John Deere garantiza que todas las piezas (excepto[...]

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    84 Operator ’s Manual #37-0828-080604-E-F-S Manufactured for Deere & Company 1 14619-01A Molin[...]