How do I adjust my monitor heater?
- Plug in your MPI Monitor 441 heater.
- Prepare the heater for use by priming it.
- Depress the “ON/OFF” button on the main console to start the unit.
- Adjust the temperature manually in two-degree increments by pushing the “Up” and “Down” buttons on the console.
- Program the clock.
How often should a monitor heater be cleaned?
Monitor Heaters do require periodic maintenance at about three years of service.
How do you clean a burner monitor heater?
The exterior cabinet of your MPI Monitor heater should be dusted frequently to prevent clogged vents. Simply run a static duster over the cabinet at least once a week while you do you regular light cleaning in the room. If the exterior looks dingy, wipe it down with a damp microfiber cloth.
How much fuel does a monitor heater use?
On High, it consumes 0.319 gallons of fuel an hour, while only consuming 0.25 gallon an hour on the High-Medium setting. On the Low-Medium setting, it consumes 0.16 gallons of fuel an hour, while the Low setting provides minimal consumption at only 0.12 gallons per hour.
Are monitor heaters still being made?
Monitor heaters have been discontinued and because of this, many are wondering what options they have. Thankfully, there are solutions available to you.
Can you burn diesel in a monitor heater?
Diesel, as sold at many gas stations, is an acceptable replacement for home heating oil in virtually all furnaces. Both diesel and heating oil No. 2 are midlevel or midweight distillations of petroleum that produce roughly the same amount of heat and can be burned by the same systems.
What kind of fuel does a monitor heater use?
Monitor heaters are fueled with kerosene oil, which is far less expensive than electric heat and other fuel oils. The only source of fuel that is slightly less expensive than using the monitor heater is wood, but wood is messy, takes up a lot of space, and the stove must be attended regularly.
What do monitor heaters run on?
Can you use diesel in a kerosene monitor heater?
Kerosene heaters wick the fuel up and start to evaporate and it is these vapors that you are burning. The good news is that it is safe to burn diesel in a kerosene heater. Diesel and kerosene are relatively close to one another.
Is there a user manual for monitor 441 heating system?
User Manuals, Guides and Specifications for your Monitor 441 Heating System. Database contains 1 Monitor 441 Manuals (available for free online viewing or downloading in PDF): Service manual .
When was the monitor 441 kerosene heater made?
Since 1984, Monitor Products, Inc. (MPI) has offered a wide range of home heating solutions including gas-, oil- and kerosene-fueled heaters. In 1994, MPI began selling the Monitor 441 (M441) kerosene-fueled heating system to replace the Monitor 41 (M41) heater introduced in 1988.
How do I replace the Flame Ring on the monitor 441?
The Flame Ring or Burner Ring on the Monitor 441 often warps with time causing intermittent operation and soot buildup. It can be replaced through the access to the combustion chamber. Make sure you also order the chamber gasket below.
What is monitor heating?
Monitor Products, Inc., is a North American manufacturer of indoor climate control products. Monitor’s products range from room heaters and continuous water heaters to oil fired condensing heating systems. Many of Monitor’s products run on fuels such as kerosene, oil or natural gas. They are designed for permanent installation in a room.