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• Danger: NEVER bring a refillable propane cylinder 
indoors. A fire or explosion can occur causing property 
damage, serious injury or death! 
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+steve smith keep your window open a little to get fresh air into the room while you use it.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS 
AND OWNER’S MANUAL 
MH9BX 
Model # 
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 Tom  I seem to have a sudden urge to be a cord cutter lol   Great subliminal message.
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Sorry Cord killer
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does know how  know how to make a game useing adobe director? Haveing a hard time makeing a save game ui so the player of my game can save there game.
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ligHting / Operating instructiOns FOr 
use witH HOse cOnnected tO a reMOte 
cYlinder, MaXiMuM siZe 20 lBs: 
• This Heater may be used in a recreational enclosure or 
temporary construction work enclosure with a remote 
refillable propane cylinder ONLY when the cylinder is 
located outdoors and the Heater is used with Mr. Heater 
Hose No. F273701, F273702 or F272702 and fuel filter 
F273699. Fuel filter must be replaced annually. (NOTE: 
Do not operate without the fuel filter as fuel contamina- 
tion may damage the heater.) Or use green F273704 
Buddy series hose. Fuel filter not required. 
• danger: NEVER bring a refillable propane cylinder 
indoors. A fire or explosion can occur causing property 
damage, serious injury or death! 
• Inspect the hose before each use of the heater. If there 
is excessive abrasion or wear, or the hose is cut, replace 
prior to using the heater with one of the Mr. Heater 
Hose No’s. shown above. 
• The propane cylinder must include a listed overfilling 
protection device as well as a collar to protect the cylin- 
der valve. 
• Heater must be in an upright position during operation. 
• Make sure four-position Control Knob is in “OFF” posi- 
tion; see Figure 1, at left. 
• Swivel regulator outward for easy hose installation. 
warning: 
DO NOT OPERATE HEATER UNLESS CONTROL KNOB IS 
LOCKED IN A POSITION MARKED “HI”, “LO” or “PILOT”. 
NEVER SET CONTROL KNOB BETWEEN LOCKED POSI- 
TIONS. POOR COMBUSTION AND HIGHER LEVELS OF 
CARBON MONOXIDE MAY RESULT. 
• to shut off heater, shut off propane at supply tank, 
allow heater to use‑up propane in supply line un‑ 
til heater shuts off, then slightly push down and 
turn control Knob clockwise to “OFF” position. 
• cautiOn: After turning heater off, wire guard will 
remain hot. Allow to thoroughly cool before storing. 
• When not in use, the gas must be turned off at the 
LP-gas supply cylinder. As stated before allow heater 
to use up propane in supply line until heater shuts off. 
When the LP-gas supply cylinder is not disconnected 
from the heater, the heater and the cylinder must be 
stored outdoors, in a well ventilated space, out of reach 
of children, and must not be stored in a building, garage 
or any other enclosed area. 
• Indoor storage of the heater is permissible only if the 
cylinder is disconnected and removed from the heater. 
Cylinders must be stored outdoors out of the reach of 
children and must not be stored in a building, garage or 
any other enclosed area. 
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warning: 
DO NOT OPERATE HEATER UNLESS CONTROL KNOB IS 
LOCKED IN A POSITION MARKED “HI”, “LO” or “PILOT”. 
NEVER SET CONTROL KNOB BETWEEN LOCKED POSI- 
TIONS. POOR COMBUSTION AND HIGHER LEVELS OF 
CARBON MONOXIDE MAY RESULT. 
length of the hose being used. 
• If pilot does not light, hold down for approximately 30 
seconds; release and depress again. Repeat until pilot 
lights. 
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They may result if you don't pay attention but it works great and saves over half on the lowest setting below the lock. It's a standard rheostat style valve and the manufacturer has to stay in the guide lines. Even running on pilot only is enough heat for a small tent :).
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