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11,000 BTU Powder Coated Bronze Tabletop Propane Patio Heater

$99.00 /each
  • Provides cordless outdoor heating
  • Powder-coated bronze finish
  • Heats patio area up to 30 sq. ft.

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Stay warm this winter season with this Powder Coated Bronze Tabletop Propane Patio Heater. This wonderful unit produces up to 11,000 BTUs of heat to meet your outdoor comfort needs. Its sleek, bronze finish complements many outdoor furnishing styles.

  • 11,000 BTU burner heats up to 30 sq. ft.
  • Tabletop design adds warmth to your patio without a large footprint
  • Anti-tilt switch for safety
  • Propane gas cylinder sold separately

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I want to connect this patio heater to a 20lb propane cylinder. Can someone tell me exactly what parts to buy to do this. Thanks in advance.

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December 5, 2015
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Walmart sales a Coleman propane hose with adaptor. 5 foot hose. This fit the heater and 20 pound tank. No other attachments needed. Works wonderfully. In camping supplies $19.
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November 10, 2015
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I Can't recommend this, but I had to do it to make my heater work under 45 degrees, or else Throw
the heater in the trash. Nobody tells you the small tank will freeze-up. I took the regulator assembly
off of my heater. Only thing left is threaded tube going up to the burner. I bought a Regulator/Hose
assembly that screws on to my tank, at a salvage place close by. (It was new#. I screwed it onto the
tank
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I Can't recommend this, but I had to do it to make my heater work under 45 degrees, or else Throw
the heater in the trash. Nobody tells you the small tank will freeze-up. I took the regulator assembly
off of my heater. Only thing left is threaded tube going up to the burner. I bought a Regulator/Hose
assembly that screws on to my tank, at a salvage place close by. (It was new#. I screwed it onto the
tank and got a coupling/fitting to hook-up the other end of the regulator hose, to my threaded tube,
#going to the heater#. The Not Recommended, tricky part is you have to turn it on/off by the regulator
and tank. You need to slightly turn your fuel on to light it without getting the atmosphere full of fumes
before it lights. #I got the "hang of it" after the 1st couple start-ups.) BUT we are still open for better
ways! Again, This will not pass NO Safety Code whatsoever!
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November 4, 2015
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I have had this model for years and use a 20# tank. All that is required is an adapter hose. (I bought a 4' hose so that I could run it through the base and the hole in the center of my patio table) The tank sits on the ground under the table. This works beautifully.
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Has anyone connected this to a larger propane cylinder? How did that work for you.

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December 5, 2015
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I have a table top heater that I have used for several years now. The thermocoupler is finally wearing out and not letting gas in correctly. I going to get a new heater to replace it. After several of good service, it's time to replace the heater. To answer your question, go to your local Home Depot and get the hose for gas grills and various propane appliances. This fits right in the bottom of the Read More
I have a table top heater that I have used for several years now. The thermocoupler is finally wearing out and not letting gas in correctly. I going to get a new heater to replace it. After several of good service, it's time to replace the heater. To answer your question, go to your local Home Depot and get the hose for gas grills and various propane appliances. This fits right in the bottom of the heater instead of the small green tanks. Also get a 20 lb. tank, (also sold there), and run the hose up through the umbrella hole in the center of your patio table. This lasts many times longer that the green cylinders and also does not freeze up like they do. By the way, propane tanks have left hand threads. Hope this helps. Read Less
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October 25, 2015
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VMechanic 1997 ... So exactly what parts did you get to connect the patio heater to a larger propane tank. The instruction book says this can not be done. Help, if you will.
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October 24, 2015
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I "HAD TO" connect my tower style Propane Heater (same one you have) to a larger tank. When the
temperature got down to where I needed heat, the small canister fuel tank it requires, would Freeze
over!! A "Professional" Propane Man who is just one problem smarter than I am, told me simply go
to a bigger tank. It worked like it should and no "freezing up". Looks like Home Depot and places
would check out
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I "HAD TO" connect my tower style Propane Heater (same one you have) to a larger tank. When the
temperature got down to where I needed heat, the small canister fuel tank it requires, would Freeze
over!! A "Professional" Propane Man who is just one problem smarter than I am, told me simply go
to a bigger tank. It worked like it should and no "freezing up". Looks like Home Depot and places
would check out their products before selling them, so they can tell customers the Modifications
they will have to make. Agree?
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Could this be used on a screened porch?

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This is a large screen porch with screens on 3 sides.
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Hi Nellie.
Thank you for your great question.
This unit is designed for “Outdoor” use only, but having an outdoor porch that is screened in on three sides should provide enough ventilation for this unit. Just be sure that there is at least 36 inches side to side clearance and at least 24 inches vertical clearance.
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Hi Nellie.
Thank you for your great question.
This unit is designed for “Outdoor” use only, but having an outdoor porch that is screened in on three sides should provide enough ventilation for this unit. Just be sure that there is at least 36 inches side to side clearance and at least 24 inches vertical clearance.
As long as there is good air ventilation and you meet the spacing requirements given by the manufacturer, I think you should be OK.
Be sure to follow the safe handling instructions given to you in the Owner’s Manual.
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what size propane canister should i buy? does it come with a canister?

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It does not come with fuel, I recommend purchasing the 16.4oz Bottle it's the most common one used.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 139 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Worked once The fuse link stopped working after the first time using. Returned for credit, will not re-purchase. September 13, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by it works I bought this last year, it is made over seas so it is not as good as it could be. If it fails to light , the screws in the burner do back off with the heat. I have retightened them twice, after that it is fine. There is a sensor as such so I hold the pilot for a count of 20..then it ignites. Concerned about the run time..pick up an adapter hose and run it off a standard propane tank. Best bang for the buck May 7, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by The Perfect size The heater works great and will recommend this to all my friends. In the evening I like to tinker with my toys in the garage, aways start on first click. December 29, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great Product This heater works great and really puts out some heat. It's not as cumbersome as the extra large ones and I feel like it warms several people up at one time just as well as the large ones. As a matter of fact I purchased one last winter before this one and was so pleased I bought another one this year. The only advice I will give is make sure you keep it covered in the warm seasons when you are not using it. My last one only lasted 1 winter, but I believe it is because I left it on our screened porch all spring, summer and fall. When this winter is over I will be storing my new one in my garage. I do recommend this heater to one and all! February 16, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Don't sell floor models that are customer returns The Home Depot website said that the Oceanside store on Vista Way had one of this item in stock. All of the other local stores were out of stock. I need to buy this as a Christmas present so I went to that store to purchase the item. It was a display model and did not have a box but I bought it anyway. When I was gift wrapping it, it became apparent that the heater had been used and had probably been returned to the store. Also, when I gave my sister-in-law the gift, we could not get it to fire up. I took it to a local Home Depot in Pahrump, NV and customer service personnel could not get it to fire up either. They were very nice and issued me a full refund. February 10, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Nice for a small patio This unit is the perfect size for our small patio. It heats up quickly and good for a small gathering. It fits well on the patio table. It is easy to move around, and does not take up much space. The small propane tanks come in a three pack. They last a couple hours, perfect for us. Take them back to Home Depot to recycle. Takes a couple tries to get the hang of starting it up. Heat does not last near what the gallon tanks do. We looked at the large heaters, they are to bulky, take up too much space, and the large propane tanks are a pain. So glad we opted for the small tabletop unit. April 1, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Not enough The gas tank doesn't last very long and it doesn't put out as much heat as I thought it would April 5, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by A big design flaw. This is a good looking unit that suffers from the same basic flaw as all the others: the gas can bay is too small. The valve is not, and cannot be, centered without breaking it. Therefore one must jam the gas can into the valve, hoping to get it just right without stripping the threads in the valve or the can itself. It took me numerous attempts in freezing conditions to change out an empty can with a full one. I finally ended up taking a pair of needle nose pliers to the left side of the can housing and bending the metal to create a larger can opening and this solved the problem. For the life of me, I can't understand why the manufacturers cannot solve this significant design problem. It should be a 4 or 5 star product, but 3 is the best I can give it. January 19, 2016
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