APW Wyott HML2-6.5 Operating instructions

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INSTALLATION
AND
OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS
LOWERATOR PLATE DISPENSERS
Drop-In Adjustube II
Drop-In Lowerator
Trendline Mobile Adjustube II
Trendline Mobile Dish Dispenser
Mobile Adjustube II
Mobile Lowerator
INTENDED FOR OTHER THAN HOUSEHOLD USE
RETAIN THIS MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
UNIT MUST BE KEPT CLEAR OF COMBUSTIBLES AT ALL TIMES
IMPORTANT FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
Please complete this information and retain this manual for the life of the equipment. For
Warranty Service and/or Parts, this information is required.
Model Number
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Serial Number
Date Purchased
WARNING: Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service or maintenance can
cause property damage, injury or death. Read the Installation, Operating and
Maintenance Instructions thoroughly before installing or servicing this equipment.
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This equipment has been engineered to provide you with year-round dependable service when used
according to the instructions in this manual and standard commercial kitchen practices.
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E-mail:
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www.apwwyott.com
info@apwwyott.com
APW WYOTT
P.O. Box 1829
Cheyenne, WY 82003
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APW Wyott takes pride in the design and quality of our products. When used as intended and with proper
care and maintenance, you will experience years of reliable operation from this equipment. To ensure best
results, it is important that you read and follow the instructions in this manual carefully.
Installation and start-up should be performed by a qualified installer who thoroughly read, understands and
follows these instruction.
If you have questions concerning the installation, operation, maintenance or service of this product, write
Technical Service Department APW/Wyott Foodservice Equipment Company, P.O. Box 1829, Cheyenne,
WY 82003.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Before installing and operating this equipment be sure everyone involved in its operation are fully trained
and are aware of all precautions. Accidents and problems can result by a failure to follow fundamental rules
and precautions.
The following words and symbols, found in this manual, alert you to hazards to the operator, service
personnel or the equipment. The words are defined as follows:
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DANGER:
This symbol warns of imminenthazard which will result in serious injury or death.
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This symbol refers to a potential hazard or unsafe practice, which could result in
serious injury or death.
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This symbol refers to a potential hazard or unsafe practice, which may result in minor or
moderateinjury or product or property damage.
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This symbol refers to information that needs special attention or must be fully understood
even though not dangerous.
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These models are designed, built, and sold for commercial use. If these models are
positioned so the general public can use the equipment make sure that cautions, warnings, and
operating instructions are clearly posted near each unit so that anyone using the equipment will
use it correctly and not injure themselvesor harm the equipment.
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Check the data plate on this unit before installation. Connect the unit only to the voltage
and frequencylisted on the data plate. Connect only to 1 or 3 phase as listed on the data plate.
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Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service or maintenance can cause
property damage, injury or death. Read the Installation, Operating and MaintenanceInstructions
thoroughlybefore installing or servicing this equipment.
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The unit when installed, must be electrically grounded and comply with local codes, or in
the absence of local codes, with the national electrical code ANSI/NFPA70- latest edition.
Canadian installation must comply with CSA-STANDARD C.22.2 Number 0 M1982 General
Requirements-CanadianElectricalCode Part II, 109-M1981-CommercialCookingAppliances.
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Local codes regarding installation vary greatly from one area to another. The National
Fire Protection Association, Inc. states in its NFPA96 latest edition that local codes are “Authority
Having Jurisdiction” when it comes to requirement for installation of equipment. Therefore,
installation should comply with all local codes.
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WARNING:
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CAUTION:
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NOTICE:
CAUTION:
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WARNING:
WARNING:
NOTICE:
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NOTICE:
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Disconnect device from electrical power supply and place a Tag Out-Lockout on the
power plug, indicatingthat you are working on the circuit.
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Install per the spacing requirements listed in the installation section of this manual. We
strongly recommend having a competent professional install the equipment.A licensed electrician
should make the electrical connections and connect power to the unit. Local codes should always
be used when connecting these units to electrical power. In the absence of local codes, use the
latest version of the National ElectricalCode.
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Maintenance & repair should be handled by a factory authorized agent. Before doing
any maintenanceor repair, contactAPW Wyott.
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WARNING:
WARNING:
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CAUTION:
WARNING: SHOCK HAZARD -
Do not open any panels that require the use of tools.
Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service or maintenance can cause
property damage, injury or death. Read the Installation, Operating and MaintenanceInstructions
thoroughlybefore installing or servicing this equipment.
WARNING:
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CONTENTS
Safety Precautions
Maintenance
General Troubleshooting
Index of Model Numbers
General Information
Electrical Connections
Equipment Preparation
Adjusting for Variable China Sizes
Parts Lists & Exploded Views
Warranty
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IMMEDIATELY INSPECT FOR SHIPPING DAMAGE
All containers should be examined for damage before and during unloading. The freight carrier has
assumed responsibility for its safe transit and delivery. If equipment is received damaged, either apparent
or concealed, a claim must be made with the delivering carrier.
A) Apparent damage or loss must be noted on the freight bill at the time of delivery. It must then be signed
by the carrier representative (Driver). If this is not done, the carrier may refuse the claim. The carrier can
supply the necessary forms.
B) Concealed damage or loss if not apparent until after equipment is uncrated, a request for inspection
must be made to the carrier within 15 days. The carrier should arrange an inspection. Be certain to hold all
contents and packaging material.
Installation and start-up should be performed by a qualified installer who thoroughly read, understands and
follows these instructions.
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MAINTENANCE
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WARNING:
surface.
Never clean any electrical unit by immersing it in water. Turn off before cleaning
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Once a week or more often if necessary clean the unit thoroughly. Turn off the unit and allow it to cool.
STAINLESS STEEL: To remove normal dirt or product residue from stainless steel, use ordinary soap and
water (with or without detergent) applied with a sponge or cloth. Dry thoroughly with a clean cloth. Never use
vinegar or corrosive cleaner. Do not use chorine based cleaners.
To remove grease and food splatter or condensed vapors that have baked on the equipment, apply cleaners
to a damp cloth or sponge and rub cleanser on the metal in the direction of the polished lines on the metal.
Rubbing cleanser as gently as possible in the direction of the polished lines will not mar the finish of the
stainless steel. NEVER RUB WITH A CIRCULAR MOTION. Soil and burnt deposits which do not respond to
the above procedure can usually be removed by rubbing the surface with SCOTCH-BRITE scouring pads
or STAINLESS scouring pads.
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CAUTION:
Do not use ordinary steel wool as any particles left on the surface will rust.
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NEVER USE a wire brush, steel or abrasive scouring pads (except stainless), scraper, file or other steel
tools. Surfaces which are marred collect dirt more rapidly and become more difficult to clean. Marring also
increases the possibility of corrosive attack.
NEVER use any corrosive cleaner. Use only cleaners approved for stainless steel.
NEVER use cleaning solvents with a hydrocarbon base.
Painted surfaces should be cleaned with a non-abrasive cleaner only (soap and water recommended).
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WARNING: SHOCK HAZARD -
equipment.
De-energize all power to equipment before cleaning the
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GENERAL TROUBLESHOOTING
If the unit fails to operate check the following:
1.
Is the unit connected to a live power source?
2.
Check circuit breaker?
3.
Is power switch on and pilot light glowing?
4.
Check the data plate. Are you operating the unit on proper voltage?
If the above checks out and you still have problems, call an APW WYOTT authorized service agency.
NOTICE: Service work should be performed only by a qualified technician who is experienced in and
knowledgeable with the operation of commercial gas, electric, steam cooking equipment. Contact the
Authorized Service Agency for reliable service, dependable advise or other assistance and for genuine
factory parts.
Warranty will be void and the manufacturer is relieved of all liability if:
(A)
Service work is performed by other than an APW WYOTTAuthorized Service Agency
or
(B)
Other than Genuine APW WYOTT replacement parts are installed.
A current listing of all authorized APW WYOTT authorized parts/service distributors is included with this
product manual at the time of shipment. In the absence of this list you can call the APW WYOTT 24 hour
Service Hot Line which gives access to the nearest Authorized APW WYOTT parts/service distributor. Call
1-800-733-2203.
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INDEX OF MODEL 1 NUMBERS
DROP-IN ADJUSTUBE
ADJUSTUBE II
II
DROP-IN
TRENDLINE
MOBILE
BASE
UNHEATED
HEATED
UNHEATED
L-9A
L-12A
SL-9A
SL-12A
HL-9A
HL-12A
TL2-9A
TL2-12A
TL2-9A/12A
HTL2-9A
HTL2-12A
HTL2-9A/12A
HEATED
ML2-9A
ML2-12A
ML2-9A/12A H
ML3-9A
ML3-12A
ML3-9A/9A/12A
HML2-9A
HML2-12A
ML2-9A/12A
HML3-9A
HML3-12A
HML3-9A/9A/12A
DROP-IN LOWERATOR
DROP-IN LOWERATOR
TRENDLINE
MOBILE
BASE
UNHEATED
HEATED
UNHEATED
HEATED
L-5
L-6
L-6.5
L-7
L-8
L-9
L-10
L-12
L-5
L-6
L-6.5
L-7
L-8
L-9
L-10
L-5
L-6
L-6.5
L-7
L-8
L-9
L-10
TL2-5
TL2-6
TL2-6.5
TL2-7
TL2-8
TL2-9
TL2-10
TL2-12
TL3-5
TL3-6
TL3-6.5
TL3-7
TL3-8
TL3-9
TL3-10
TL4-5
TL4-6
TL4-6.5
TL4-7
TL4-8
TL4-9
TL4-10
HTL2-5
HTL2-6
HTL2-6.5
HTL2-7
HTL2-9
HTL2-9
HTL2-10
HTL2-12
HTL3-5
HTL3-6
HTL3-6.5
HTL3-7
HTL3-8
HTL3-9
HTL3-10
HTL4-5
HTL4-6
HTL4-6.5
HTL4-7
HTL4-8
HTL4-9
HTL4-10
ML2-5
ML2-6
ML2-6.5
ML2-7
ML2-8
ML2-9
ML2-10
ML2-12
ML3-5
ML3-6
ML3-6.5
ML3-7
ML3-8
ML3-9
ML3-10
ML4-5
ML4-6
ML4-6.5
ML4-7
ML4-8
ML4-9
ML4-10
HML2-5
HML2-6
HML2-6.5
HML2-7
HML2-8
HML2-9
HML2-10
HML2-12
HML3-5
HML3-6
HML3-6.5
HML3-7
HML3-8
HML3-9
HML3-10
HML4-5
HML4-6
HML4-6.5
HML4-7
HML4-8
HML4-9
HML4-10
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GENERAL INFORMATION
INSTALLATION:
Wire the electrical cord into a junction box rated for 110 volts or 220 volts, depending on the electrical
specifications of your unit. see the electrical plate on the shield for specifications.
WARNING
Do not attempt electrical hookup unless you have the proper tools and are qualified to do so.
SPRING ADJUSTMENT:
Adjustubes are factory set to an average rate. however, you may need to adjust the springs to obtain the
best dispensing rate for your dinnerware.
To Adjust for Rate of Rise
1.
Lift the tube out of the shield.
2.
Place approximately 4 inches of dinnerware into the tube, and note the
height of the dinnerware above the tube.
3.
Load the tube until it is approximately 3/4 full, and again note the height of the
dinnerware above the tube. if the height is the same as in step 1, the rate is correct.
If the height is higher than in step 1, unhook one spring from he bottom of the spring hanger, and repeat
steps 2 and 3. Continue disconnecting springs from the bottom hanger until you find the proper spring
combination for your dinnerware.
NOTE:
It is not necessary to replace the tube in the shield to place the dinnerware on the tube. leave the shield off
until you find the proper adjustment.
NOTE:
Balance color and number of springs on all sides of the tube to provide smoothest operation.
NOTE:
On unheated tubes, yellow springs are stronger than silver ones (yellow are rated at 4 ounces and silver are
rated at 2-1/2 ounces). On heated tubes, black springs, rated at 4 ounces, are stronger than the 2-1/2 ounce
gray springs.
If the height is lower than in step 1, unhook one spring from the storage bars behind the uprights and
hook it onto the moveable head. Again try to balance colors and number of springs on all sides of the tube.
Repeat steps 2 and 3 until a consistent dispensing rate is obtained, adding more springs as necessary.
NOTE:
The wire head must be centered about the spring hanger or the mechanism will bind and not move
smoothly to dispense the plates.
TO ADJUST FOR DISPENSING HEIGHT:
Raise or lower the height of the top dish above the tube by connecting or disconnecting springs or replacing
a lighter spring with a stronger one or vice-versa.
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTMENT (HEATED ONLY):
Remove the tube from the shield and adjust the thumbwheel located about 3 inches below the indicator
light. Turn wheel up to raise the temperature and down to decrease it.
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
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Check the data plate on this unit to determine what voltage this unit is wired for and
what voltage service to use.
WARNING:
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WARNING: IMPROPER GROUNDING COULD RESULT IN ELECTRICAL SHOCK! This
appliance is equipped with a three prong (grounded) plug for your protection against electrical
shock hazard and should be plugged directly into a properly grounded three prong receptacle.
Do not cut or remove the groundingprong from this plug.
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EQUIPMENT PREPARATION
Clean the unit before using. Wipe body and the inside of the unit with a hot, wet cloth to remove any shipping
dust or protective oil.
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This unit is not intended to hold potentially hazardous foods such as un-cooked or unpreservedmeats and sausages.
WARNING:
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ADJUSTING FOR VARIABLE CHINA SIZES
INSTRUCTIONS:
6-1/2” TO 9-3/4” China:
Align outermost hole in tube head with the storage hole as shown in Figure 1 below. Insert rods into
desired setting and securely screw down rod stops.
10-3/4” China:
Rotate tube head to position shown in Figure 2. Insert rods through unit so they pass inside the black
head weldment below and outside the offset ring weldment to which the springs are attached.
Securely screw down rod stops. This will allow for greater stability and improved rod alignment at
the 10-3/4” china size.
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3
2
Tube
Head
Storage Holes
Figure #1
ITEM NUMBER
1
1
2
3
Figure #2
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
Adj.Tube Head L-9A and HL-9A
Adj. Tube Head L-12A and HL-12A
Guide Rod
Guide Rod Nut
All other components are the same as the L-9 or HL-9 and the L-12 or HL-12
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201159-00
201160-00
209315-00
209313-00
PARTS LIST & EXPLODED VIEW
MODEL NUMBER
TUBE DIAMETER
L-5 SL-5
L-6 SL-6
L-6.5 SL-6.5
L-7 SL-7
L-8 SL-8
L-9 SL-9
L-10 SL-10
L-12 SL-12
5-1/4
6.0
6-3/4
7-1/2
8-3/8
9-3/8
10-3/8
12-1/8
S/S HEAD
201158-20
201158-21
201158-22
201158-23
201158-24
201158-25
201158-26
201158-27
HEAD WELD
205346-00
205420-00
205421-00
205422-00
205423-00
205424-00
205425-00
205347-00
OFFSET RING WELD. 204045-00
204046-00
204047-00
204048-00
204049-00
204050-00
204051-00
201165-00
4 OZ. SPRING
89023-00
89023-00
89023-00
89023-00
89023-00
89023-00
89023-00
89023-00
2-1/2 OZ. SPRING
89022-00
89022-00
89022-00
89022-00
89022-00
89022-00
89022-00
89022-00
GUIDE POST
23330-00
23330-00
23330-00
23330-00
23330-00
23330-00
23330-00
23330-00
BBC TRAY (Not Shown)
30152-00
Head Weldment
S/S Head
Guide Post
Spring, 4 oz. or 2 ½ oz.
Offset Ring Weldment
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9
S/S Head
(NOT SHOWN)
Heating Element
Offset Ring Weldment
Thermostat
Electrical Channel Insert
Guide Post
Spring 4 oz. Or 2 ½ oz.
Push Switch & Boot
Heating Element
Head Weldment
Pilot Light
PARTS LIST & EXPLODED VIEW (UNSHIELDED - SHIELDED - UNHEATED)
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APW WYOTT EQUIPMENT LIMITED WARRANTY
APW Wyott Foodservice Equipment Company warrants it's equipment against defects in materials and workmanship, subject to the
following conditions:
This warranty applies to the original owner only and is not assignable.
Should any product fail to function in its intended manner under normal use within the limits defined in this warranty, at the option of
APW Wyott such product will be repaired or replaced by APW Wyott or its Authorized Service Agency. APW Wyott will only be
responsible
for
charges
incurred
or
service
performed
by
its Authorized
Service
Agencies.
The
use
of
other
than APW
Wyott
Authorized Service Agencies will void this warranty and APW Wyott will not be responsible for such work or any charges associated
with same. The closest APW Wyott Authorized Service Agent must be used.
This warranty covers products shipped into the 48 contiguous United States, Hawaii, metropolitan areas of Alaska and Canada. There
will be no labor coverage for equipment located on any island not connected by roadway to the mainland.
Warranty coverage on products used outside the 48 contiguous United States, Hawaii, and metropolitan areas of Alaska and Canada
may vary. Contact the international APW Wyott distributor, dealer, or service agency for details.
Time Period
One year for parts and one year for labor, effective from the date of purchase by the original owner. The Authorized Service Agency
may, at their option, require proof of purchase. Parts replaced under this warranty are warranted for the un-expired portion of the
original product warranty only.
Exceptions
*Gas/Electric Cookline:
Models GCB, GCRB, GF, GGM, GGT, CHP-H, EF, EG, EHP. Three (3) Year Warranty on all
component parts, except switches and thermostats. (2 additional years on parts only. No labor on second or third year.)
*Broiler Briquettes, Rock Grates, Cooking Grates, Burner Shields, Fireboxes:
*Heat Strips:
*Glass Windows, Doors, Seals, Rubber Seals, Light Bulbs:
Models FD, FDL, FDD, FDDL.
90 Day Material Only. No Labor.
Two (2) Year Warranty on element only.
90 Day Material Only.
No labor second year.
No Labor.
In all cases, parts covered by extended warranty will be shipped FOB the factory after the first year.
Portable Carry In Products
Equipment weighing over 70 pounds or permanently installed will be serviced on-site as per the terms of this warranty. Equipment
weighing 70 pounds or under, and which is not permanently installed, i.e. with cord and plug, is considered portable and is subject to
the
following
warranty
handling
limitations.
If
portable
equipment
fails
to
operate
in
its
intended
manner
on
the
first
day
of
connection, or use, at APW Wyott's option or its Authorized Service Agency, it will be serviced on site or replaced.
From day two through the conclusion of this warranty period, portable units must be taken to or sent prepaid to the APW Wyott
Authorized Service Agency for in-warranty repairs. No mileage or travel charges are allowed on portable units after the first day of use.
If the customer wants on-site service, they may receive same by paying the travel and mileage charges. Exceptions to this rule: (1)
countertop warmers and cookers, which are covered under the Enhanced Warranty Program, and (2) toasters or rollergrills which have
in store service.
Exclusions
The following conditions are not covered by warranty:
*Equipment
failure
relating
to
improper
installation,
improper
utility
connection
or
supply
and
problems
due
to
ventilation.
*Equipment that has not been properly maintained, calibration of controls, adjustments, damage from improper cleaning
and water damage to controls.
*Equipment that has not been used in an appropriate manner, or has been subject to misuse or misapplication, neglect,
abuse, accident, alteration, negligence, damage during transit, delivery or installation, fire, flood, riot or act of god.
*Equipment that has the model number or serial number removed or altered.
If the equipment has been changed, altered, modified or repaired by other than an Authorized Service Agency during or after the
warranty period, then the manufacturer shall not be liable for any damages to any person or to any property, which may result from the
use of the equipment thereafter.
This warranty does not cover services performed at overtime or premium labor rates. Should service be required at times which
normally involve overtime or premium labor rates, the owner shall be charged for the difference between normal service rates and such
premium rates. APW Wyott does not assume any liability for extended delays in replacing or repairing any items beyond its control.
In all cases, the use of other than APW Wyott Authorized OEM Replacement Parts will void this warranty.
This equipment is intended for commercial use only. Warranty is void if equipment is installed in other than commercial application.
Water Quality Requirements
Water supply intended for a unit that has in excess of 3.0 grains of hardness per gallon (GPG) must be treated or softened before
being used. Water containing over 3.0 GPG will decrease the efficiency and reduce the operation life of the unit.
Note: Product failure caused by liming or sediment buildup is not covered under warranty.
“THE FOREGOING WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ANY AND ALL OTHER WARRANTIES EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED
INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSES
AND CONSTITUTES THE ENTIRE LIABILITY OF APW WYOTT. IN NO EVENT DOES THE LIMITED WARRANTY
EXTEND BEYOND THE TERMS STATED HEREIN.”
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Phone:
Fax:
Toll Free:
Website:
E-mail:
+1 (307) 634-5801
+1 (307) 637-8071
+1 (800) 752-0863
www.apwwyott.com
info@apwwyott.com
APW WYOTT
P.O. Box 1829
Cheyenne, WY 82003
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