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Congratulations
You are one step closer to experiencing Sirius Satellite Radio. Sirius will revolutionize your in-home or
vehicle entertainment with:
· 100 streams of original programming, including –
60 streams of completely commercial-free music – guaranteed.
40 streams of news, sports and entertainment
· Coast-to-Coast reception and Digital-quality sound
All music content is selected and developed in-house by Sirius’ team of Master Music Programmers
– talented and seasoned professionals who love the music as much as the listeners. World-class
partners such as ESPN, ABC, CNBC, Bloomberg, Discovery and Radio Disney are developing
news, sports and entertainment programming.
Your Audiovox Shuttle receiver must be used with an adapter kit, such as the Audiovox Home kit or
Vehicle Kit as required by your specific installation needs. These kits are available at retailers where
Audiovox main units are sold.
Audiovox Home Kit:
Part Number SIR-HK1
Audiovox Vehicle Kit: Part Number SIR-CK1 (with wireless FM Transmitter)
Part Number SIR-CK2 (without wireless FM Transmitter)
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Contents
User Preference Menu ..................................... 14
Sirius ID ........................................................ 14
Display Options ............................................ 15
FM Transmitter Option .................................. 15
Add or Skip .................................................... 16
Lock Options ................................................. 16
Edit Code ...................................................... 17
Audio Level ................................................... 18
Antenna Aiming ............................................. 18
Memory Options ............................................ 19
Factory Default .............................................. 20
Remote Control ................................................... 20
Troubleshooting .................................................. 22
Specifications ....................................................... 22
Warranty ............................................................... 23
Cautions and Warnings ...................................... 4
Shuttle System Components .............................. 4
Introduction .......................................................... 5
Enjoying Your Sirius Shuttle ................................ 5
Sirius Shuttle Controls ......................................... 6
Basic Operation ................................................... 8
Tuning by Category .......................................... 8
Content Listing Options ................................... 8
Direct Tuning .................................................... 9
Setting/Using Stream Preset Buttons .............. 10
Display Button .................................................. 10
Memory (MEMO) Button (S-Seek Function) ..... 11
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Cautions and Warnings
Shuttle System Components
1. Do not install the Shuttle in a position that hinders
your view through the windshield, or obstructs viewing of the dashboard indicators and displays.
2. Do not install the unit where it may obstruct the
operation or deployment of safety devices, such
as airbags, etc.
3. Do not allow operation of the unit to detract from
safe driving practices; remember that you are
responsible as the vehicle operator to adhere to
all safe driving and traffic regulations.
4. This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the condition that this device
does not cause harmful interference.
5. By adhering to these warnings and safety considerations, serious accidents and/or personal injury can
be avoided.
Shuttle Unit
Remote Control Unit
P/N136B3485
Batteries for Remote
(2) “AAA”
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Introduction
The Audiovox SIRIUS® Shuttle processes the satellite
signals received by the externally mounted antenna
(purchased separately as part of the Home or Vehicle
Kits). The Shuttle recognizes and decodes the incoming
SIRIUS® program information and provides an audio
signal to your radio or other audio output equipment.
NOTE: The SIRIUS® signal can be received and
processed virtually anywhere as long as there
are no obvious satellite signal obstructions
such as nearby buildings, high terrain,
parking garages or tunnels.
The Shuttle is typically installed in an
accessible location of the vehicle (dash area),
consistent with line-of-sight operation of the
remote control, and/or within easy reach of the
driver. For home use, situate the Shuttle
close to your stereo receiving equipment.
Enjoying Your SIRIUS® Shuttle
You can begin to enjoy Sirius® Satellite Radio as soon
as the Shuttle and Kit installation are complete:
1. Set up your Audiovox Shuttle using the installation instructions included in your Home Kit or
Vehicle Kit, or with the help of a professional
installer.
NOTE: Refer to Antenna Aiming (page 18) during
the installation procedure.
2. When power is available to the unit, note that the
integral Power button LED icon lights red. Then
press the Power button to turn on the Shuttle.
3. The Sirius logo (
) appears on the display
followed by the Sirius preview stream. If not go to
stream 184 using the direct channel method,
page 9.
4. To obtain the Sirius identification (ID) number, press
and hold the MODE button for 2 seconds. The MENU
OPTIONS page appears with the Sirius ID option
highlighted. Press the Select (
) Button and the 12
digit Sirius ID number will appear. Press the Select
( ) or Mode Button to exit the function. Write the
number here for future reference.
5. Activate your Sirius® radio service ---- it’s easy. You
have one of two choices to activate your service:
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(a) Visit the website at siriusradio.com and click on
the “JOIN” section. You will then need to follow
some simple directions and provide Sirius with
some basic information in order to activate your
service.
(b) Call Sirius at 1-888-539-SIRIUS (7474). One of
our friendly Customer Care representatives will
take the necessary information and walk you
through the activation process.
Sirius® Shuttle Controls
MEMORY DISPLAY
BUTTON BUTTON
MODE
BUTTON
BAND
BUTTON
ENCODER
KNOB
SELECT
(ENTER)
BUTTON
POWER
BUTTON
(w/RED
LED ICON)
CATEGORY
SEARCH
(UP/DOWN)
BUTTONS
LCD
DISPLAY
INFRARED
SENSOR
The Audiovox Sirius® Shuttle Unit provides eight control
buttons, an encoder knob and 10 number keys.
Power Button (
NUMBER
BUTTONS
):
This button applies power to and removes power from
the Sirius® Shuttle as follows:
1. A momentary press of the power button turns on
the receiver. The Sirius logo/name (
) initially
appears on the LCD display, followed by the Default
screen.
2. Press and hold the power button for 3 seconds to
turn the receiver off. While the unit powers down,
the Audiovox logo appears and the unit turns off.
STREAM
NAME
Display 1 Default Screen
STREAM
NUMBER
SONG
TITLE
ARTIST
CATEGORY
TITLE
SIGNAL
STRENGTH
INDICATOR
BAND/PRESET
NUMBER
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Encoder Knob and Select (
) Button:
The encoder (ADJ) knob is the primary control for navigating through the various lists and option menus available on the unit. In the default mode, the encoder knob
provides sequential tuning through the available program
streams.
When in the list mode, turning the encoder knob Counterclockwise (CCW) and Clockwise (CW) scrolls down
and up, respectively, through the various menus and lists.
The current selection from the list will be highlighted on
the display. When the item is highlighted, press the Select Button (
) in the center of the encoder knob to
enter the selection.
MEMO
- Memory (MEMO) Button (Memory Function):
This feature allows the user to capture and store the current program data information (Stream Name & Number/
Artist & Song title). You can store up to 10 Artist/Song Title
combinations. The Shuttle also has the capability to search
the current incoming Sirius signal, and thereby alert you if
it matches the Artist/Song title stored in Shuttle memory.
DISP
- Display (DISP) Button:
This button allows the user to choose one of three ways
of presenting the Artist and Song title information on the
LCD screen.
MODE
- Mode (MODE) Button:
The MODE Button is used to access various lists that
display the Stream Name, Artist Name, or the Song
Title.
- Category Buttons:
CATEGORY
The Up or Down category buttons allows the user to
advance to the next category group and three preset
banks. By turning the Rotary Encoder Knob, the user
can then scroll up or down through the streams within
that category or preset banks. Once a choice has
been made, it can be entered by pressing the Select
Button (
).
BAND -BAND Button (BAND)/Preset (PSCAN):
Each press of the BAND Button allows the user to switch
to 3 bands (10 presets each) of Stream presets
( FAV-A, FAV-B, FAV-C). Pressing and holding the BAND
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Button for 3 seconds initiates preset scanning that will
scan all banks, FAV-A, FAV-B and FAV-C in sequence.
Preset scanning continues within that band until the
user decides to terminate this function by pressing the
Select Button.
Tuning By Category
When in Category Tuning Mode, each momentary
press of the Category Up/Down Button(s) advances
through the available Genres and preset banks:
Category Mode - 1
Keypad Buttons 0-9
(
):
These buttons are used to directly enter a desired stream
number. They are also used when entering and recalling preset stream numbers into memory.
AVAILABLE
STREAMS
UNDER
SELECTED
CATEGORY
Basic Operation
1. Using the Encoder (ADJ) knob, select the desired
stream.
2. Press the Select Button to select that stream.
3. Once the stream has been selected, the unit will
revert to the default screen and your selection will
be played.
Content Listing Options (Look Ahead)
This feature allows you to view what is playing on other
streams without having to change the current stream
you are listening to. The content listing options are
selected using the MODE button. The available content
listing options display information by the Stream
Name, Artist Name or Song Title.
With the unit properly installed and connected to your
home or vehicle audio system, proceed as follows:
1. Press the Power button; the Shuttle turns on and
the Sirius logo appears for 2 seconds followed by
the default display.
2. Rotate the Encoder (ADJ) knob to select and play
the desired stream, or use the Category Up/Down
buttons to tune and select a desired stream based
on genre.
CATEGORY
OR GENRE
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When the default screen is displayed on the LCD,
pressing the MODE Button will display all the available stream numbers and stream names.
Listing - 1
Listing - 3
STREAM
NAME
STREAM
NUMBER
The second press of the MODE button will display all
currently available song titles.
Listing - 2
When the MODE button is pressed a third time, the
Artist name is displayed on the LCD.
While the preceding screens are displayed, rotating
the encoder knob allows navigation through the list.
When the desired selection is highlighted, press the
Select Button (
) and your selection will be played.
The MODE button is also used during category tuning.
Pressing the MODE button while tuning by category
will display the Stream Name, Artist Name or Song
Title within the selected category.
Direct Tuning
Streams can also be directly accessed by pressing
the Select Button (
) and using the 0-9 number keys
to numerically enter the desired stream. Once the
desired stream number has been entered, press the
Select Button (
) again to play.
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Direct Tuning Screen
Setting/Using Stream Preset Buttons
The unit contains 10 preset buttons. There are three
banks of preset memory locations offering a total of 30
presets. These banks are designated FAV A, FAV B and
FAV C. Each bank will store 10 user preferred streams.
Select the desired stream you wish to save into memory
by using the Encoder Knob or the direct tuning method
or the category tuning method. With the desired stream
playing, press and hold any of the numbered keypad
buttons (0-9) until a confirmation tone is heard. Continue this procedure for storing all desired streams.
To retrieve a preset stream, momentarily press and
release the number button corresponding to the desired stream.
To search by list for a preset, use the category buttons
and continuously press the up or down buttons until
Favorites appear on the LCD display.
While the contents of the Favorites listing is displayed,
rotate the Encoder knob to navigate through the list.
When the desired selection is highlighted, press the
Select Button and the stream will be played.
Another way to access the Favorites selection is to
press and hold the BAND button. This will activate the
preset scan function and cause each user-defined preset within a Favorites bank to be played for 10 seconds. To select the desired stream and exit the function, press the Select button.
DISP
- Display Button
Pressing the Display button from the Default display
toggles between the artist name, song title fields and
large character size. In doing so, this will change the
character size and cause the field to scroll.
NOTE: The field will scroll only if the length of the artist
or title cannot be viewed in its entirety.
A third press of the Display button will increase the character size to its maximum, and continuously scroll the
artist/song title information. This feature is useful when
viewing the display at a distance.
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1. While the Shuttle is in either of the two standard
display modes; momentarily pressing and releasing the MEMO button stores the current program
data information within the Shuttle’s memory. A
Memory Stored pop-up screen will appear for
approximately 2 seconds confirming your selection
has been saved.
Large Character Screen
MEMO
- Memory Button (S-Seek Function):
This feature allows the user to capture and store the
current program data information (Stream Name &
Number/Artist & Song title). You can store up to 10 Artist/Song Title combinations. The unit also has the capability to search the current incoming Sirius signal
and alert the user when a saved song is being played.
2. By holding down the MEMO button for 3 seconds,
the stored memory information (one at a time) is
displayed on the LCD screen in page format. Use
the Rotary Encoder knob to scroll through the 10page listing and view the information. This function
allows you to recall information regarding the Artist/
Song Title for your own personal review.
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a. If one or more matches are found, a display list
appears, and allows you to scroll through the
list of songs using the
3. Each time the Shuttle is turned on, it automatically
searches the incoming signal to determine if a match
exists between the signal and the currently saved
information stored in receiver memory. If one or
more matches are found, a pop-up screen appears
for 2 seconds and displays the Phrase “Matches
Found”. An audible beep tone will be heard
indicating that a match has been found. The display
then reverts to a listing of the current matches. You
can now select the currently playing Artist/Song that
you wish to listen to.
Rotary Encoder
Knob (ADJ). Once a song is found, it can be
selected by pressing the Select Button (
),
and the display will revert to either of the
selected display modes.
b. If a selection is not chosen within 15 seconds
after the last action, the screen will revert to the
normal display.
NOTE: Play of the current selection will continue
until a new selection is made.
4. If the MEMO button is pressed to save a selection
currently playing, and all of the memory spaces
are full, a prompt screen and an audible beep
tone alerts you to the possibility of accidentally
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overwriting a memory space with new information. Memory Full will flash on the display for 1
second, followed by a pop-up screen presenting
the Replace-Cancel options. This prompt allows
you to make the following Replace/Cancel
choices:
a. By selecting Replace, the S-Seek list will
appear, and you can use the
Rotary
Encoder Knob (ADJ) rotary encoder to select
the information that you would like to overwrite
with the new Artist/Song Title. After highlighting
the selected title in the list, press the Select
Button ( ) to delete the stored Artist/Song
Title, and replace it with the updated
information.
b. By selecting Cancel, the prompt screen would
disappear and revert to the original screen.
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User Preference Menu
To enter the User Preference Menu, press and hold
the MODE Button MODE for 3 seconds. The menu
options list will appear on the LCD display.
Menu Screen
Using the
selected function, the unit exits the menu screen
function and reverts to the default screen display.
Sirius ID
Displays your 12 digit Sirius ID number. No adjustments are allowed in this mode. To exit this
option, press the Select Button (
) or Mode
Buttton.
Sirius ID
Rotary Encoder Knob (ADJ) highlight
the option you wish to adjust and press the Select
Button (
).
The following options are available:
Sirius ID
Display Options
Confirm Tone Options
FM Transmitter Options
Add or Skip
Display Options
The following adjustments are possible:
Dimming Control
Contrast Control
Lock Options
Audio Level Options
Antenna Aiming
Memory Options
Factory Default
To enter either of these modes, use the
Rotary Encoder Knob (ADJ) to highlight the option
you wish to adjust and press the Select Button
). Upon entering either of these modes, a 10
(
segment horizontal bar graph is displayed with a
If, while in the menu screen function, a button is not
pressed within 10 seconds from the previously
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FM Transmitter Options
The following adjustments are possible:
FM On/ Off
Upon entering this mode, rotating the
Rotary
Encoder Knob (ADJ) toggles between the FM ON
or FM OFF function/display selection. To select
and exit this function, press the Select Button
). (No button activity for 10 seconds will
(
also exit this function.)
“-” sign to the left and a “+” sign to the right. The
current setting is indicated on the bar graph.
Rotating the encoder knob adjusts the bar graph
indication and function accordingly. To select and
). (No
exit this function, press the Select Button(
button activity for 10 seconds will also exit this
function.)
Display Options
FM Transmitter
Confirm Tone Options
The following adjustments are possible:
Confirm Tone On/ Off
Upon entering this mode, rotating the
RotaryEncoder Knob (ADJ) toggles between the
Confirmation Tone ON and OFF function/display
selection. To select and exit this function, press
).
the Select Button (
NOTE:
It is recommended that you turn the FM Transmitter
off if you are using the low level audio outputs in
your particular application.
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Add or Skip
Upon entering this mode, a stream list shall be
displayed with the current stream in play high
lighted. Rotate the
Rotary Encoder Knob
(ADJ) to navigate the list and highlight the
stream to be adjusted. Once a stream has been
)
highlighted, pressing the Select Button (
displays the text “Skip” next to the stream, and
prevents the stream from being accessible
during any of the tuning modes. Skipped streams
can only be accessed either through direct
stream number entry or by returning to this menu
and going through the same process to return
the skipped stream to the list. Upon adding a
stream, the text “Skip” is removed from alongside
the stream number/ name.
Add or Skip
Lock Options
Upon entering this mode for the first time, the
user is prompted to enter the four digit numerical
code that is used to lock/ unlock stream access. All
future entries into this mode displays a stream list
with the current stream in play highlighted. The
encoder knob is used to navigate the list and high
light the stream to be adjusted. Once a stream has
been highlighted, pressing the Select Button (
).
displays the text “Lock” next to the stream and
prevents the stream from being accessible during
any of the tuning modes. Locked streams can be
accessed only by direct stream number entry, at
which time the user will be prompted to enter the
previously stored 4-digit code. Once the correct code
has been entered, the audio begins to play. The
channel re turns to the locked status if the stream is
changed or the vehicle/unit is turned off (or by returning
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to this menu and going through the same process to
return the stream to the list). Upon adding a stream, the
text “Lock” is removed from alongside the stream
number/name.
Lock Options
Edit Code
Upon entering this mode, the user is prompted to
enter the current four digit numerical code being used
to lock/ unlock stream access. Once the correct code
has been entered, the user is prompted to enter the
new 4-digit code.
Initial Code Entry
Edit Code Entry
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Audio Level
Upon entering this mode, a 10 segment horizontal
bar graph is displayed with a “-“ sign to the left
and a “+” sign to the right. The current setting is
indicated on the bar graph. Rotating the encoder knob
will adjust the bar graph audio level indication and
audio gain, accordingly. To select and exit this function,
press the Select Button (
). (No button activity for 10
seconds will also exit this function.)
Antenna Aiming
Upon entering this mode, a 10 segment horizontal
bar graph is displayed with a “-“ sign to the left and a “+”
sign to the right. The current setting is indicated on the
bar graph. Moving the antenna location adjusts the bar
graph signal strength indication, thus ensuring
optimum reception. To exit this function, press the
Select Button (
).
Antenna Aiming
Audio Level Options
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Memory Options
In this mode, the user can turn the Memory Search
Function (S-Seek) ON or OFF. In addition, all
10 Memory Locations can be cleared.
On the display, the top line displays the text,
Memory Options. The following adjustment options
are possible:
1. Automatic Memory Search function - On or
Off.
Use the Rotary Encoder Knob to select between
the 2 options by highlighting the desired
selection. Then press the Select Button to enter
the option.
2. Clear all Memory Locations. Momentarily
press the Select Button; a prompt display
screen appears confirming - Are You Sure?
Select “Yes” or “No” and press the
Select Button (
).
Memory Options
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Factory Default
The following adjustments are possible:
Yes/No
Upon entering this mode, rotating the encoder knob
toggles between the “Yes” or “No” function/display
selection. If “Yes” is chosen, the unit reverts
to the original factory settings for the following
parameters:
All Presets revert to stream 184
Display dimming to 75%
Display Contrast to 50%
FM Modulator to “On”
Confirmation Tones to “On”
Audio Output Level to 50%
Access to all skipped streams. (Locked channels
remain locked.)
(No button activity for 10 seconds will also exit this
function.)
Factory Default Option
Remote Control Unit
The wireless remote control supplied with the Shuttle
is capable of operating most of the features from a
remote location. Each button on the remote control functions in the same way as the button on the Shuttle unit.
For a full description of a keypad button or function refer
to the preceding sections in this manual. For optimal
operation of the remote control, always aim it toward
the Remote Sensor on the front panel of the main unit.
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Remote Control Unit
1
12
2
3
11
10
4
9
5
8
7
6
1. POWER - Turns the Shuttle on and off.
2. Presets 0-9- These buttons are used to directly
enter a desired stream number. They are also used
when entering and recalling preset stream
numbers into memory.
3. DISPLAY- allows the user to choose one of three
ways of presenting the Artist and Song title
information on the LCD screen.
4. CAT- Used to access categories in descending
order.
5. BAND- Used switch to 3 bands (FAV-A, FAV-B,
FAV-C) stream presets.
6. CH- Used to access streams in descending order.
Also used for adjustments in the various menus.
7. MEMO- Used to capture and store current program
information.
8. SELECT- Used to confirm selection in various
lists and menus.
9. CAT+ Used to access categories in ascending
order.
10. MODE- Used to access various lists that display
the Stream Name, Artist Name, or the Song Title.
11. CH+ Used to access streams in ascending order.
Also used for adjustments in the various menus.
12. MUTE- Allows the user to silence the audio signal.
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Troubleshooting
Specifications
PROB AB L E
C AU SE
REMEDY
Shuttle does
not turn on
Blown fuse, power cable
not properly connected
Check fuse check power
cable
Audio Output
650mV RMS Maximum
(100-250 ohms)
Check antenna
display
message
Satellite antenna not
connected
Check satellite connection to Shuttle
Fuse
3A Slow Blow
Power Supply
10-16V, Negative Ground, DC
Antenna or cable is
faulty
Contact system installer
or vendor
Dimensions
FM modulator frequency
contains static
switch to another FM
frequency
132mm W x 86.5mm H x 37mm D
(5.19” W x 3.4” H x 1.45” D)
Vehicle antenna not
connected to radio
Check vehicle antenna
cable.
No signal on
Shuttle display
Check for obstacles
over or around antenna
Change location to
eliminate nearby
obstacles (bridges, etc.)
No sound
1. Audio cables not
connected.
2. Incorrect FM
modulator Frequency
1. Check cables at
Shuttle and radio.
2. Select another FM
modulator frequency.
FAULT
Audio static or
loss of clarity
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12 MONTH LIMITED WARRANTY
AUDIOVOX CORPORATION (the Company) warrants to the original retail purchaser of this product that should this product or any part thereof,
under normal use and conditions, be proven defective in material or workmanship within 12 months from the date of original purchase, such defect(s)
will be repaired or replaced with new or reconditioned product (at the Company's option) without charge for parts and repair labor.
To obtain repair or replacement within the terms of this Warranty, the product is to be delivered with proof of warranty coverage (e.g. dated bill
of sale), specification of defect(s), transportation prepaid, to an approved warranty station or the Company at the address shown below.
This Warranty does not extend to the elimination of externally generated static or noise, to correction of antenna problems, to costs incurred for
installation, removal or reinstallation of the product, or to damage to tapes, compact discs, speakers, accessories, or vehicle electrical systems.
This Warranty does not apply to any product or part thereof which, in the opinion of the Company, has suffered or been damaged through alteration,
improper installation, mishandling, misuse, neglect, accident, or by removal or defacement of the factory serial number/bar code label(s). THE
EXTENT OF THE COMPANY'S LIABILITY UNDER THIS WARRANTY IS LIMITED TO THE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT PROVIDED ABOVE
AND, IN NO EVENT, SHALL THE COMPANY'S LIABILITY EXCEED THE PURCHASE PRICE PAID BY PURCHASER FOR THE PRODUCT.
This Warranty is in lieu of all other express warranties or liabilities. ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF
MERCHANTABILITY, SHALL BE LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THIS WRITTEN WARRANTY. ANY ACTION FOR BREACH OF ANY
WARRANTY HEREUNDER INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY MUST BE BROUGHT WITHIN A PERIOD OF
48 MONTHS FROM DATE OF ORIGINAL PURCHASE. IN NO CASE SHALL THE COMPANY BE LIABLE FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL OR
INCIDENTAL DAMAGES FOR BREACH OF THIS OR ANY OTHER WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, WHATSOEVER. No person or
representative is authorized to assume for the Company any liability other than expressed herein in connection with the sale of this product.
Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts or the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damage
so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you. This Warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights
which vary from state to state.
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CANADA : CALL 1-800-645-4994 FOR LOCATION OF WARRANTY STATION SERVING YOUR AREA
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