Frequently Asked Question
1: How Safe is the 500W Mini Portable Electric Heater?
When the internal device temperature exceeds 122F, the gadget immediately cools to 104F. 500W Mini Portable Electric Heater will automatically switch off if the temperature exceeds 122F three times in a row.
2: What if the Heater Falls Over?
If the gadget is knocked over, it will immediately cease heating, blow out room temperature air for 30 seconds to cool the unit, and turn off the power.
3: How Do I Reset My Heater If It Tips Over or Overheats?
Step 1: Remove any obstructions or situations that may have contributed to the device tipping over or overheating. Step 2: Deactivate the heater by switching it to the OFF position. Step 3: Unplug the heater from the wall outlet and allow it to cool for 5-10 minutes. Step 4: Reconnect the heater and re-start it. If the heater continues to fail, you may have a faulty unit; do not operate it further; contact customer support to arrange for an emergency replacement.
4: How Many Amps and Watts Does This Heater Use?
5: How Large of an Area Does This Heater Cover?
500W Mini Portable Electric Heater can heat rooms to 350 square feet.
6: Will This Heater Raise My Utility Bill?
No, this unit is deemed to be efficient in terms of energy use. The pace at which your utilities increase is dependent on how frequently you use this heater. On its maximum setting of 500W, the heater consumes a lesser amount of electricity than a typical hair blow dryer. If your electricity company charges an average of ten cents per kilowatt-hour, then each hour the unit is functioning will cost around twelve cents. Please contact your local utility company for further information.
7: Is This Heater Safe Around Children and Pets?
Yes, as long as the right level of caution and care is exercised when operating this heater, it is completely safe. This includes exercising extra care while using a heater around children or pets. As a general rule, never leave an unattended heater on. Heaters are used to generate heat, and their surfaces may be quite hot to the touch.
8: Is it Appropriate to Connect The Heater to a Timer Or a Power Strip?
We do not advocate using anything other than a wall outlet to power your heaters. This is because the quantity of electricity consumed by heaters may exceed the capacity of the timer or power strip.
9: Is an Extension Cord Compatible With This Heater?
Never use an extension cable or a relocatable power tap (outlet/power strip) with this product. Ensure that heaters are plugged directly into a power outlet/receptacle. Other electrical equipment should not be plugged into the same outlet/receptacle as your heater.
10: Can I Use An Adapter If I Do Not Have Polarized Plugs?
We do not advise plugging heaters into adapters. On correct electrical usage, a specialist should be contacted.