PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING SAFETY TIPS & OPERATIONAL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE OPERATING YOUR LANTERN:
BEFORE YOU START: (REMOVE PLASTIC RINGS FROM TOP & BOTTOM OF GLOBE) and any plastic for the glass
(CHECK #50 & #33, as routine maintenance, after use of lantern, or each time you add fuel or change mantle).
!! WASH OUT TANK (use water or Fuel) BEFORE USING !!
FOR YOUR SAFETY: All lanterns are shipped with the lantern in the “On “ position (check lantern.)
REMEMBER TO SET the knob to the “OFF” position BEFORE OPERATING the lantern.
! Each time you use your lantern check for leaks we do this with any product !
1.Read Instructional , BEFORE lighting your lantern, as it provides proper lighting procedures, or How to videos
- Keep lantern on a STABLE surface.
- Read your instructional packet,as it also provides instructional & safety information.
- Light your lantern OUTDOORS.
- Do not bend over lantern. Do not touch top of lantern to remove hood (or replace hood), after/during operation.DO NOT TOUCH GLOBE OR HOOD, WHEN LANTERN IS LIT.
- Use proper gloves(kitchen mitts are advised), in order to remove hood or top accessories, after/during use of lantern. Sufficient time will be needed, in order to allow the lantern to cool down, for removal of the hood.
- Do not use near any flammable liquids or pressurized fuels, such as propane or butane.
Do not place lantern near flammable objects. Pay attention to a sufficient distance to flammable items. DO NOT SET ON FOREST FLOOR OR CLOSE TO ANY FLAMMABLE NATURAL DEBRIS
- Do not use in tents with all fuels.
- Do not used in CLOSED areas or indoors in order to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning or fires, or depletion of oxygen. KEEP AWAY FROM FLAMMABLE MATERIALS, and….DO NOT LEAVE LANTERN UNATTENDED!!!!!!
- Do not use the lantern, indoors, it is recommended that it can cause carbon monoxide or fires.
- Do not leave operational lantern unattended.
- KEEP CHILDREN AWAY from lantern and fuels at all times.
- DO NOT FILL TANK, while lantern is in operation. Allow the lantern to cool down, before refilling the tank. Release lantern pressure after operation.
- DO NOT TOUCH top of lantern, in order to remove or replace hood, after/during operation. Allow lantern to cool thoroughly, before doing so, or use proper safety equipment.
- DO NOT USE OXYGEN,from any source, in order to apply pressure to this lantern. Do not use liquid oxygen, or any gaseous fuels, such as propane, in order to fill this lantern. This lantern is for use with liquid fuels only, as described in the video and pamphlet.
- Empty fuel from tank, when storing this lantern, if you do not intend to use your lantern within a five (5) month period. Keep stored, filled lantern, away from areas accessible to small children.
Any time moving or carrying your lantern, (this will produce pressure even heat from the outdoor temperatures) with fuel in the tank MAKE SURE, that part 111 is in the off position that’s up 12 o’clock… and that part 13 on the pressure gauge is closed, if you do not do these 2 things you will have fuel coming out all over.
- DO NOT REMOVE PART #126s (Heat Plate), DURING OPERATION OF THIS LANTERN
- EZ-Pump (Standard Version) – Use of this accessory, is at the sole discretion of the user. This accessory, without pressure-release valve, is intended for the sole purpose of operation, with bicycle pump (standard). DO NOT USE A COMPRESSOR can cause part 118 bottom to pop out or split.
NOTICE!!! PLEASE PRESSURE TEST YOUR LANTERN, BEFORE LIGHTING, WHEN USING THE EZ-PUMP SYSTEM, OR PUMP PART NUMBER 6. STEPS TO FOLLOWS:
(WHEN TESTING, FOR THE FOLLOWING STEPS, DO NOT HAVE THE LANTERN OPERATING (OR LIT).
- PUMP THE LANTERN A FEW PUMPS.
- REMOVE THE BIKE PUMP AND LOOK FOR ANY LEAKS (ALL OVER THE LAMP).
- DO NOT STAND IN FRONT OF THE EZ-PUMP VALVE, and, DO NOT LOOK INSIDE THE VALVE OR PUMP VALVE, WITHOUT RELEASING PRESSURE FIRST.
- EACH TIME YOU FILL THE LANTERN (or STOVE) WITH FUEL, check the following:
A.. MANTLE: Make sure there are no holes in the mantle. Replace, if there seems to be a problem with the mantle..
- GLASS: Make sure the glass is not broken, or needs to be cleaned off.
- PARTS #33 and #50: Make sure these parts are tight, and that the Part #33 is raised high and not loose.
- CHECK FOR LEAKS: Part #10 (pump valve), preheater (#229), #149 (gas cap) and part #50 (where the needle, Part #68, comes out). You will need to pressurize the tank to look for leaks.
MANTLE SAFETY TIPS:
When using any brand of cloth-style mantle…….
1.Wash hands after using. When handling mantles or fuel, avoid rubbing eyes or mouth.
- When discarding broken mantle, or emptying fuel……..Dispose of fuel and mantles in proper container, as required by Local, State, or Federal standards.
- When pre-burning new mantle……..Do not inhale direct fumes or smoke from mantle, during initial pre-burn. “Pre-burning” new mantle should be performed OUTDOORS. DO NOT USE INDOORS.
NOTE: Not all brands of mantles are “non-radioactive”, and can contain chemicals/materials that should be handled properly. Proper use of mantles should be performed, with all brands, or types, of mantles, including those specified as “non-radioactive”.