PREPARATION FOR MOVEMENT
Do not disassemble a hot heater. Allow the heater to cool completely before handling or
moving. Handling a hot heater may result in severe burns.
Outside of the shelter, untie the stack cap assembly guy lines (1) from the loops on the tent stake straps
(2) and lift the entire stack with attached rain cap assembly (3) from the roof opening (4).
Inside the tent, pull the overflow hose (5) into the tent. Coil the hose and stow in the lower section of the
heater (6). Unroll the inner cotton liner flap (7) and secure around the outer edge with hook and pile
Remove the heater from the tent and place in a convenient location to allow stowage of heater
Outside the tent, remove the rain cap with attached guy lines (8) from the top stack section (9). Coil up
the guy lines (10) and stow the rain cap with attached guy lines (8) inside the lower heater (11).
Disassemble each section of the stack assembly and nest the stack together for stowage. Referring to the
numbers stamped on the side of each stack section, insert section 5 inside section 3. Place both
sections inside section 1. Place the nested assembly (12) in the stowage area on the side (13) of the
Now place section 6 inside section 4. Place both sections inside section 2. Place the second nested
assembly in the stowage area (14) on the opposite side of the burner canister.
Loosen the tie straps (15) on the tent roof opening flap (16) located on the rain fly (17) and unroll the flap.
Engage the hook and pile fastener (18) on the outer perimeter of the flap to the tent. Secure the top
portion (19) of the flap.
Raise the rain fly (17) by disengaging the three hooks at the base and fold up to gain access to the roof
flap on the outer tent wall (20). Unroll and secure the tent roof opening flap on the outer tent wall as