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Overview

Model # RMC-KFA210TDGP1 Store SKU # 1000660200

Dyna-Glo Pro portable multi-fuel forced air heaters provide immediate relief from cold weather working conditions. Ideal for residential, industrial and commercial applications, multi-fuel heaters require little to no assembly and are 98% fuel efficient.

  1. 180,000 or 220,000 BTU
  1. Heats up to 5,200 sq.ft.
  1. Dual Heat Technology
  1. Comfort Control Thermostat
  1. 10Inch Flat-free Wheels
  1. Heating Hours: 8 or 10 Hours
  1. Secondary Power Outlet
  1. Front & Rear Lift Handles & Cord Wrap
  1. Flameout Sensor

Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in inches)
23.11
Assembled Height (in inches)
33.46
Assembled Weight (in lbs)
60.19
Assembled Width (in inches)
47.44
Packaged Depth (in inches)
42
Packaged Height (in inches)
20
Packaged Weight (In lbs)
69.7
Packaged Width (in inches)
18

Details

Certified
Country of Origin
KR-South Korea

Warranty / Certifications

1 Year Limited Warranty - 1.877.447.4768
180K or 220K BTU Kerosene Forced Air HeaterDyna-Glo Pro 180K or 220K BTU Kerosene Forced Air HeaterDyna-Glo Pro portable multi-fuel forced air heaters provide immediate relief from cold weather working conditions. Ideal for residential, industrial and commercial applications, multi-fuel heaters require little to no assembly and are 98% fuel efficient.
Dyna-Glo Pro
1000660200
180K or 220K BTU Kerosene Forced Air Heater is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 39.
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Rated 1 out of 5 by from Took it back after it broke itself I bought the heater for my unheated shop and a home construction project. I brought it home, assembled it, and it wouldn't start. I took the cover off, which is the first troubleshooting step no matter the issue and then it would start. I put the cover back on, it started, ran for 20 seconds, and a part that was attached to the fan motor slid into the fan blades. I'm not sure it that part was like that because of a design flaw or a mistake at the factory. For the 20 seconds it was running it seemed to work great! Lots of heat. Home Depot took it back and even refunded the money for the kerosene I had poured into the heater.
Date published: 2018-01-18
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