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Empire RH25 Console Gas Room Heater - Propane

Empire RH25 Console Gas Room Heater - Propane

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Product Details

Manufacturer: Empire
Empire Part Numbers: RH25LP
Item Number: CUI-RH25LP
UPC: 720968122520

Features

  • Capable of warming medium to large rooms with 25,000 BTUs of heat
  • Requires no electricity
  • Matchless piezo ignition system
  • Durable beige cabinet
  • Convenient hydraulic thermostat
  • Draft diverter can be vertically or horizontally installed
  • Automatic shut-off keeps you safe
  • Natural gas and propane models available
  • 10-year limited warranty for combustion chamber and 1-year limited warranty for parts
  • Dimensions: 26" H x 37" W x 18 3/8" D with diverter or 11 1/2" D without diverter
  • Top - 48"
  • Sides - 6"
  • Opposite side (for accessibility) - 18"
  • Bottom of unit to wood floor - 0"
  • Draft diverter to wall - 2"
This Propane Gas Room Heater by Empire warms large areas with 25,000 BTUs of heat and warmth, and comes in a durable beige cabinet. This console propane heater requires no electricity and features a piezo ignition system. The hydraulic thermostat make this Empire heater a smart economic choice-while the automatic shut off keeps you safe. The draft diverter can be vertically or horizontally installed, and this heater comes with a 10 year limited warranty for combustion chamber and a 1 year limited warranty for parts.

WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

Please Note: This Model Cannot Be Used With An Optional Remote Control Or Wall Switch/Wall Mount Thermostat. A Rotary Knob Is Located On The Unit To Control The Temperature Setting.

Customer Q&A with Product Specialists

Bill from New Brunswick asked:
I have a 15-year-old heater. What is the typical life expectancy of a heater? Also, lately, I have been smelling an exhaust smell. Is this possible?
I have a 15-year-old heater. What is the typical life expectancy of a heater? Also, lately, I have been smelling an exhaust smell. Is this possible?
Depending on which model you have they are warrantied from 5 years to life. It could be you are smelling exhaust. You may want to clean the exhaust and reseal the connections if needed.
Answered by: Owen O.

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Cathy from Raleigh, NC asked:
When the heater automatically shuts off, how long does it usually stay off?
When the heater automatically shuts off, how long does it usually stay off?
Until you either turn it back on, or the thermostat calls for heat.
Answered by: Owen

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Rick from Rutland, VT asked:
Can a blower be added to this unit?
Can a blower be added to this unit?
A blower can indeed be added to this unit.
Answered by: Brennan W.

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Bbb M. from Berryville, VA asked:
What is the draft diverter?
What is the draft diverter?
The draft diverter is the assembly on the back of the heater that guides the flue gases either upwards or out horizontally, depending on your installation and how you have the diverter positioned (it is adjustable to either vertical or horizontal venting).
Answered by: Brennan W.

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