These are some common tools used to work on this device. You might not need every tool for every procedure.
For more information regarding common troubleshooting issues check out Royal Heat RS-100 Troubleshooting Page
The Royal Heat RS-100 was manufactured in Taiwan in 1989. It works by flowing electric current through a resistive coil and converting it into heat energy. The heating elements inside the heater are called the coils which contain many layers of metal (a conductor) wound around a core.
The Royal Heat RS-100 functions as a fan heater. It transfers heat from the device to the surrounding area by using an electric fan.
To differentiate the Royal Heat RS-100 from other space heaters, look for the following features. On the front, the RS-100 has four rectangular resistors with a metal net cover, a dial-switch with three positions (Heat-Off-Fan), and a dial to adjust the power. On the back, a removable filter hides the fan inside. On the bottom of the heater, you will find the identification plate and it contains the model number (RS-100), power input and output, and the serial number.
Release Date: 07/1989
Power Source Required: Standard 120v 2-prong outlet
Power consumption: adjustable up to 1500W
Voltage rating: 120 V (60Hz)
Output: Up to 5200 BTU
Dimensions: 6.5 L x 5 W x 7.5'' H
Unit weight: 8 lbs
Heater's Common Problems (section 7.52)