INSTALLATION, CARE AND USE INSTRUCTIONS
MODELS
W-152 and W-154
ISE
IN-SINK-ERATOR
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
this manual.
When using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions to
reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or injury to persons should
be followed, including:
1. READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING THIS WATER
5. Do not use an extension cord set with this water heater. If no
receptacle is available adjacent to the water heater, contact a
qualified electrician to have one properly installed.
6. As with any appliance, close supervision is necessary when
HEATER,
used by children.
2. This water heater must be grounded. Connect only to properly
grounded outlet. See "GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS" found
7. Do not operate this water heater if it has a damaged cord or
plug, if it is not working properly, or if it has been damaged or
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dropped.
3. Install or locate this water heater only in accordance with the
8. This water heater should be serviced only by qualified service
provided installation instructions.
personnel. Contact nearest authorized service facility tor
4. Use this water heater only for its intended use as described in
examination, repair, or adjustment.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
THIS HEATER IS DESIGNED TO SUPPLY A LIMITED AMOUNT
OF HOT WATER TO REMOTE LOCATION OR LOW WATER
USE LAVATORIES. TANK VOLUME IS 2-1/2 GALLONS FOR
MODEL W-152 AND 4 GALLONS FOR MODEL W-154.
KEEP THIS WARRANTY AND MANUAL NEAR THE HEATER
FOR FUTURE REFERENCE WHENEVER MAINTENANCE
ADJUSTMENT OR SERVICE IS REQUIRED.
THIS PAGE SHOWS TYPICAL WATER HEATER INSTALLATION.
* INSTALL IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL LOCAL CODES.
+ CONSULT LOCAL CODE AND NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE FOR PROPER INSTALLATION.
SPECIFICATIONS
TANK
Operating Pressure
Material
Capacity (Approx.)
W-152
W-154
150psi (Max.)
Bronze
150psi (Max.)
Bronze
2-1 /2 Gallon
4 Gallon
ELECTRICAL
Rating
Heater
Power Cord
1500 Watts, 12.5 Amps @ 120 Volt
Replaceable 1" screw-in type
3 conductor, 3-1/2 Ft.
THERMOSTAT
Combination adjustable thermostat (110°-170°F) and resettable high temperature
cutout. (Thermostat is pre-set at approximately 120°F.)
INSULATION
High efficiency EPS meets U.L. 94 HF-1 flammability specification.
FITTINGS
Water Inlet & Outlet
T & P Relief Valve (Not Supplied)
Drain
STANDBY HEAT LOSS*
@ 120°F (75°F Ambient)
FIRST HOUR RATING**
@ 80°F Rise
USABLE HOT WATER***
(25% Temp. Drop)
1/2 GPM
1 GPM
2 GPM
SHIPPING WEIGHT
OVERALL DIMENSION
(See Pg. 8)
1 /2" NPT Female
3/4" NPT Female
1 /4" Screw Fitting
0.25 KWHr
0.50 KWHr
8.6 Gallon
10.4 Gallon
2.0 Gallon
30 Gallon
1.62 Gallon
3.0 Gallon
1.25 Gallon
3.0 Gallon
18 lb.
13-1 /2"H x 10-1 /2"W x 10-1 /4"D
23 lb.
20-5/8"H x 10-1 /2"W x 10-1 /4"D
* STANDBY HEAT LOSS - Measure of how well the tank is insulated. Use a Kilowatt Hour meter and measure the power consumed in a 24 Hr. period
for a full tank at normal operating temperature and no water being added.
** FIRST HOUR RATING - Measure how much hot water can be delivered over a one hour period, with a 140°F tank water temperature
and 60°F incoming water temperature.
***USABLE HOT WATER - Measure of how the cold incoming water mixes with the stored hot water. Start with a hot tank. Draw water at 1 /2 GPM
until water temperature drops 25%. Measure amount of water drawn. Repeat for 1 GPM and 2 GPM.
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installation
TEXT PRINTED OR OUTLINED IN RED CONTAINS INFORMATION RELATIVE
TO YOUR SAFETY. PLEASE READ THOROUGHLY BEFORE USING APPLIANCE.
REQUIRED ABILITY
INSTALLATION OR SERVICE OF THIS WATER HEATER
REQUIRES ABILITY EQUIVALENT TO THAT OF A LICENSED
TRADESMAN IN THE FIELD INVOLVED. PLUMBING AND
ELECTRICAL WORK ARE INVOLVED.
GENERAL
The installation must conform to these instructions, the local code
authority having jurisdiction, and the requirements of the power
company. In the absence of code requirements follow NFPA-70, The
National Electrical Code, which may be ordered from: American
Standards Institute, 1430 Broadway, New York, NY 10018.
"INSULATION BLANKETS" ARE AVAILABLE FOR EXTERNAL USE
ON ELECTRIC WATER HEATERS. BUT ARE NOT
RECOMMENDED BY IN-SINK-ERATOR.
IF YOU CHOOSE TO IGNORE OUR RECOMMENDATION AND
INSTALL AN INSULATION BLANKET ON THIS HEATER YOU
MUST ADHERE TO THE FOLLOWING PRECAUTIONS IN ORDER
TO PREVENT SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH TO YOURSELF OR
OTHERS.
1. THE JUNCTION BOX, EXTERNAL WIRING, THERMOSTATS
OR HEATING ELEMENTS ON ELECTRIC WATER HEATERS
MUST NOT BE COVERED.
2. THE TEMPERATURE-PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE MUST NOT
BE COVERED.
3 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS, INSTALLATION OR SAFETY
RELATED LABELS MUST NOT BE COVERED.
4 THE AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARDS & FEDERAL LAWS
PERTAINING TO WATER HEATERS REQUIRE THAT
INSTRUCTIONS & SAFETY LABELS REMAIN ON THE WATER
HEATER PROPER. DO NOT REMOVE INSTRUCTIONS OR
SAFETY LABELS FROM THE HEATER.
FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAN
RESULT IN SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
This appliance must be grounded. In the event of a
malfunction or breakdown, grounding provides a path of
least resistance for electric current to reduce the risk of
electric shock. This appliance is equipped with a cord having
an equipment-grounding conductor and a grounding plug.
The plug must be plugged into a three pin receptacle that is
properly installed and grounded in accordance with all local
codes and ordinances.
Have a licensed electrician check for ground continuity of the
electrical supply system to insure proper grounding of the
water heater.
TEMPERATURE AND PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE
To reduce the risk of excessive pressures and temperatures in this
water heater install temperature and pressure protective equipment
required by local codes but not less than a combination temperature
and pressure relief valve certified by a nationally recognized testing
laboratory that maintains periodic inspection of production of listed
equipment or materials, as meeting the requirements for Relief
Valves and Automatic Gas Shutoff Devices for Hot Water Supply
Systems, ANSI Z21.22. This valve must be marked with a maximum
set pressure not to exceed the marked maximum working pressure
of the water heater. Install the valve into an opening provided and
marked for this purpose in the water heater, and orient it or provide
tubing so that any discharge from the valve will exit only within 6
inches above or at any distance below the structural floor and
cannot contact any live electrical part. The discharge opening must
not be blocked or reduced in size under any circumstances.
Check the metal tag on the relief valve and compare it to the
5. IN-SINK-ERATOR WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENT
RESULTING FROM THE USE OF INSULATION BLANKETS.
6. WATER AND/OR CONDENSATE CAN COLLECT IN AN
INSULATION BLANKET. IN-SINK-ERATOR WILL NOT BE
LIABLE FOR ANY RUST OR CORROSION DAMAGE CAUSED
BY THE INSTALLATION OF INSULATION BLANKETS.
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heater's rating plate. Pressure rating of relief valve must not exceed
the working pressure shown on the rating plate of the heater and the
A.G.A hourly Btu rated temperature steam discharge capacity of the
relief valve shall not be less than the input rating of the heater. NO
VALVE IS TO BE PLACED BETWEEN THE RELIEF VALVE AND
TANK. DO NOT PLUG THE RELIEF VALVE.
The drain line connected to the valve must not contain a reducing
coupling or other restriction and should terminate near a suitable
drain to prevent water damage during valve operation. Discharge line
shall be installed to allow complete drainage of both the valve and
line. DO NOT THREAD, PLUG OR CAP THE END OF THE DRAIN
LINE.
IMPORTANT
• THIS HEATER MUST ONLY BE INSTALLED BY QUALIFIED
PERSONS IN ACCORDANCE WITH LOCAL PLUMBING AND
ELECTRICAL CODES. UNIT MUST BE INSTALLED INDOORS.
• THIS HEATER IS A PRESSURE VESSEL AND MUST HAVE A T
& P (TEMPERATURE & PRESSURE) VALVE INSTALLED (NOT
SUPPLIED).
• THIS HEATER IS AN ELECTRICAL DEVICE AND MUST BE
PROPERLY GROUNDED. FUSED AND CONNECTED TO THE
CORRECT LINE VOLTAGE.
• DO NOT OPERATE THE HEATER IN ROOMS, GARAGES OR
OTHER AREAS WHERE GASOLINE OR OTHER FLAMMABLE
LIQUIDS OR ENGINE DRIVEN VEHICLES OR EQUIPMENT ARE
STORED, OPERATED OR REPAIRED. FLAMMABLE VAPORS
ARE HEAVY AND TRAVEL ALONG THE FLOOR AND MAY BE
IGNITED BY THE ELECTRIC HEATER CAUSING FIRE OR
EXPLOSION.
• FLAMMABLE ITEMS, PRESSURIZED CONTAINERS OR ANY
OTHER POTENTIAL FIRE HAZARDOUS ARTICLES MUST
NEVER BE PLACED ON OR ADJACENT TO THE HEATER.
OPEN CONTAINERS OF FLAMMABLE MATERIAL SHOULD
NOT BE STORED OR USED IN THE SAME ROOM WITH THE
HEATER
• PROTECT HEATER FROM FREEZING, WATER LEFT IN THE
TANK AND ALLOWED TO FREEZE WILL EXPAND AND
DAMAGE THE TANK. DISCONNECT POWER AND DRAIN TANK
TO PREVENT DAMAGE.
• DO NOT ATTEMPT TO OPERATE THIS HEATER WITH THE
COLD WATER SHUTOFF VALVE CLOSED. DISCONNECT
POWER IF SHUTOFF VALVE IS CLOSED.
• TIGHTEN DRAIN SCREW BEFORE FILLING.
MOUNTING
A minimum clearance of 4" in front of the heater shall be allowed for
draining the tank and for access to replaceable parts such as the
thermostat, heater, and relief valve.
THE HEATER SHOULD BE LOCATED IN AN AREA WHERE
LEAKAGE OF THE TANK OR CONNECTIONS WILL NOT RESULT
IN DAMAGE TO THE AREA ADJACENT TO THE HEATER OR TO
LOWER FLOORS OF THE STRUCTURE. When such locations
cannot be avoided, a suitable drain pan piped to an adequate drain
should be installed under the heater. Drain pans suitable for these
heaters are available from your distributor.
FLOOD WARNING
IF THE HEATER BECOMES IMMERSED IN WATER, THE
HEATER SHOULD BE EXAMINED BY A COMPETENT SERVICE
PERSON BEFORE IT IS PLACED BACK IN OPERATION.
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W-152 MOUNTING
The W-152 model is designed for wall or floor mounting, and
the heater should be located within 3-112 feet of a grounded
120V electrical outlet. Mount in an upright position only, with
the water connections at the top.
The model W-152 tank holds 2-1/2 gallons and weighs 34
Ibs. when full. Make sure wall or cabinet is strong enough to
hold the weight of a full heater. Mount to wall stud or added
2x4.
Hold the tank in the position to be mounted and mark the top
and center of the tank on the wall. Measure down 1 -1 1/2
inch and mount the metal mounting bracket using two screws
provided. Hang the heater from the mounting bracket using
the two slots in the back of the tank jacket.
W-154 MOUNTING
The W-154 model is designed for floor mounting only, and
the heater should be located within 3-112 feet of a grounded
120V electrical outlet. Mount in an upright position only, with
the water connections at the top.
The W-154 model tank holds 4 gallons and weighs 45 Ibs.
when full. Make sure cabinet floor is strong enough to hold
the weight of a full heater.
To allow drainage of tank it is recommended that the water
heater be raised off the cabinet floor several inches using
suitable support blocks.
Do not connect the electrical power until the tank is full of water.
Failure to comply will burn out the heating element.
HYDROGEN GAS (FLAMMABLE)
HYDROGEN GAS CAN BE PRODUCED IN A HOT WATER
SYSTEM SERVED BY THIS HEATER THAT HAS NOT BEEN
USED FOR A LONG PERIOD OF TIME (GENERALLY TWO
WEEKS OR MORE). HYDROGEN GAS IS EXTREMELY
FLAMMABLE. To reduce the risk of injury under these conditions, it
is recommended that the hot water faucet connected to the hot water
system be opened for several minutes before using any electrical
appliance. If hydrogen is present, there will probably be an unusual
sound such as air escaping through the pipe as the water begins to
flow. THERE SHOULD BE NO SMOKING OR OPEN FLAME NEAR
THE FAUCET AT THE TIME IT IS OPEN.
WATER CONNECTIONS
The cold water inlet is identified by a blue label. A dip tube is
supplied to carry cold water from the tank top to the bottom. Be sure
that it is in the cold water inlet. Connect the cold water line to the
112" N PT female fitting on the top of the heater (use teflon tape on
threaded connections).
The hot water outlet is identified by a red label. Connect the hot
water line to the 1 /2" NPT female fitting on the top of the tank (use
teflon tape on threaded connections). Grip the tank fittings with
wrench to minimize stress.
NOTE: THIS IS A BRONZE TANK, WHEN CONNECTING TO
GALVANIZED PIPE, ALWAYS USE A DIELECTRIC UNION TO
REDUCE CORROSION DUE TO GALVANIC ACTION BETWEEN
DISSIMILAR METALS.
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
The water heater is equipped with a 3-1 /2 ft. power cord and
a grounded type three pin plug. Plug cord into a grounded 120
Volt A.C. three pin receptacle that is protected by a 15 to 20
Amp fuse and grounded in accordance with all local codes
and ordinances. Heater is not to be hard wired.
If it is necessary to change the water temperature, unplug the
power cord and remove the front cover. Adjust the thermostat
temperature setting up or down, replace the cover and
reconnect the power cord. (See section Temperature
Regulation).
operation
NEVER OPERATE THE HEATER WITH THE COLD WATER
INLET VALVE CLOSED OR BEFORE FILLING WITH
WATER PER THE FILLING INSTRUCTIONS. FAILURE TO
DO SO WILL CAUSE DAMAGE AND CAN VOID ELEMENT
WARRANTY.
FILLING
1. Make sure the water heater drain screw is closed. (Turn
clockwise).
2. Open a nearby hot water faucet to permit air to escape.
3. Fully open the cold water inlet valve, filling the heater and
piping.
4. Leave "hot" faucet open until good flow of water occurs.
(Evacuates air in lines.)
5. Close hot water faucet.
6. Plug electrical cord into outlet.
7. Turn the water heater electrical switch on.
TEMPERATURE REGULATION
HOT WATER AT TEMPERATURES DESIRED FOR AUTOMATIC
DISHWASHER AND LAUNDRY USE CAN CAUSE PAINFUL
SCALDING WITH POSSIBLE SERIOUS AND PERMANENT
INJURY. TEMPERATURES AT WHICH INJURY OCCURS VARIES
WITH THE PERSON S AGE AND THE LENGTH OF EXPOSURE.
THE SLOWER RESPONSE TIME OF CHILDREN, AGED OR
HANDICAPPED PERSONS INCREASES THE HAZARD TO THEM.
IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT LOWER WATER TEMPERATURE BE
USED WHERE POSSIBILITY OF EXPOSURE SUCH AS ABOVE
EXIST
ADJUST TEMPERATURE
Heating element has a thermostat which is factory set at
120°F (49°C) unless specified differently by state
requirements.
1. Turn off the heater electrical supply. Unplug power cord.
2. Remove front panel.
3. Move temperature indicator on thermostat to desired
temperatures.
4. Replace panel, plug in power cord and turn on heater
electrical supply.
A non-adjustable high temperature limit control operates
before steam temperatures are reached. The high limit is in
the same area as the thermostat and must be reset manually
when it operates. BECAUSE THE HIGH LIMIT OPERATES
ONLY WHEN ABNORMALLY HIGH WATER
TEMPERATURES ARE PRESENT, IT IS IMPORTANT THAT
A SERVICE AGENT BE CONTACTED TO DETERMINE THE
REASON FOR THE HIGH LIMIT OPERATION BEFORE
RESETTING THE HIGH LIMIT.
DRAINING
Drain the healer if turned off and exposed to freezing
temperatures. Freezing water will expand and damage the
heater.
1. Disconnect the electrical power.
2. Turn on "hot" faucet until water runs cool.
3. Shut off cold water supply to heater.
4. Leave "hot" faucet open to bleed off water pressure.
5. Remove drain screw from front-bottom of tank.
6. Drain water from tank into suitable container.
7. Leave the drain screw open during shut down.
THE CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY COMMISSION
RECOMMENDS TEMPERATURES OF 130°F OR LOWER.
SETTING THE TEMPERATURE HIGHER WILL INCREASE THE
RISK OF SCALD INJURY
8. Close hot water faucet.
9. Follow filling instructions to restart.
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checklist
ALWAYS REMOVE THE POWER CORD FROM ITS RECEPTACLE
BEFORE SERVICING THE HEATER.
3. Remove the cover on the front of the heater and check that the
thermostat is seated firmly against the front of the tank. and that the
mounting bracket is snug, but not over tightened.
IF THE HEATER STOPS WORKING:
1. Check the circuit breaker supplying power to the outlet where the
heater is installed. If the breaker has tripped, have the circuit
checked by an electrician to determine if the circuit is overloaded,
or if a short exists.
2. If the circuit breaker has not tripped, remove the power cord from
its receptacle, remove the thermostat cover on the front of the
heater, inspect the heater for any frayed or loose electrical
connections, and push the red "reset" button at the top of the
thermostat compartment. If the button "clicks" when pushed,
something has caused the heater to overheat. Leave power cord
unplugged and contact your service agency.
4. If there are any continued signs of overheating, disconnect the
power and contact a qualified service person.
For the location of nearest factory authorized service agency call toll
free: 1 -800-558-5700.
RELIEF VALVE OPERATION
If the relief valve weeps or drips hot water, contact a qualified service
person. If a check valve is installed in the hot water line, an expansion
tank must be properly installed.
3. If the button does not "click" when pushed, the element has
probably burned out and should be replaced. Contact your service
agency.
IF THE WATER OVERHEATS, OR IF STEAM IS RELEASED FROM
THE RELIEF VALVE:
1. Unplug the power cord immediately.
2. Allow tank to cool.
maintenance
Periodically drain the tank to help prevent sediment buildup. See
draining instructions.
The temperature and pressure relief valve should be checked
periodically to ensure it operates properly. Lift the lever at the top of
the valve to see if the valve opens and closes properly.
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THE WATER PASSING OUT OF THE VALVE DURING THIS
CHECK MAY BE EXTREMELY HOT. COLLECT DISCHARGE IN
APPROPRIATE CONTAINER
wiring diagram
IMPORTANT
THE CORD OF THIS HEATER MUST BE USED WITH A PROPERLY
GROUNDED OUTLET TO INSURE PROPER SAFETY AND
OPERATION, DO NOT USE A 3 PRONG TO A 2 PRONG ADAPTER.
WATER HEATER IS NOT TO BE HARD WIRED.
heater dimensions
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IN-SINK-ERATOR
FULL RESIDENTIAL WATER HEATER WARRANTY
IN-SINK-ERATOR
LIMITED RESIDENTIAL WATER HEATER WARRANTY
FULL ONE-YEAR WARRANTY
IN-SINK-ERATOR warrants that the water heater will be free from
defects in material or workmanship tor a period of one (1) year after
date of original installation. If during this one-year period, the water
heater is found to have any such defect, IN-SINK-ERATOR will repair
or replace it at no charge.
LIMITATIONS
The warranty on any replacement water heater furnished under this
warranty will be limited to the unexpired term of this warranty.
CONDITIONS AND EXCEPTIONS
This warranty shall apply only if:
a) The water heater is installed according to the installation
instructions provided by us and in accordance with local
plumbing, building and electrical codes;
b) The water heater has a properly installed and rated temperature
and pressure relief valve, certified by the American Gas
Association;
c) The water pressure in the tank has not exceeded the working
pressure shown on the tank label;
d) The tank is used in a non-corrosive and non-contaminated atmosphere and has been used only with potable water; and
e) The water heater has been installed in the continental United
States, including Hawaii and Alaska.
Any accident to the water heater, any misuse (including having been
operated without water in the tank) or abuse (including freezing), and
any alterations, modifications or attempts to repair tank leaks by
persons other than authorized In-Sink-Erator service representatives,
will void the warranty.
SERVICE INFORMATION
To obtain service under this warranty, call toll free: 1-800-558-5700,
and we will provide you with the name and location of your nearest
factory authorized service agency.
DISCLAIMER AND EXCLUSION
THERE ARE NO OTHER EXPRESS WARRANTIES, WRITTEN OR
ORAL. IN-SINK-ERATOR SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY
INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, INCLUDING BUT
NOT LIMITED TO WATER DAMAGE, LOSS OF USE OF THE UNIT,
LOSS OR DAMAGE TO OTHER PERSONAL PROPERTY, OR
PERSONAL INJURY.
Some States do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or
consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not
apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may
have other rights which vary from State to State.
5-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY AGAINST TANK LEAKAGE
IN-SINK-ERATOR warrants that the bronze tank in your IN-SINKERATOR water heater will not leak due to defects in material or
workmanship for a period of five (5) years after date of original
installation. If during this five-year period, the tank leaks due to any
such defect, IN-SINK-ERATOR will provide a replacement bronze
tank at no charge, subject to the limitations listed below. This
warranty applies only to units manufactured after April 1, 1993.
LIMITATIONS
Replacement tanks will be made available through IN-SINK-ERATOR
factory authorized service agencies.
After the one-year full warranty on the water heater has expired, INSINK-ERATOR will not:
- Offer free replacement of any parts other than the bronze tank;
- Pay for the labor to inspect or install the replacement bronze tank
or to repair, replace or re-install any other parts of the water
heater;
- Offer any additional warranty on a replacement bronze tank
beyond the unexpired portion of this limited warranty; or
- Pay for any permits required for installing a replacement bronze
tank.
CONDITIONS AND EXCEPTIONS
This limited warranty shall apply only if:
a) The water heater is installed according to the installation
instructions provided by IN-SINK-ERATOR and in accordance
with local plumbing, building and electrical codes;
b) The water heater has a properly installed and rated temperature
and pressure relief valve, certified by the American Gas
Association;
c) The water pressure in the tank has not exceeded the working
pressure shown on the tank label;
d) The tank is used in a non-corrosive and non-contaminated
atmosphere and has been used only with potable water;
e) The water heater has been installed in the continental United
States, including Hawaii and Alaska; and
f) The water heater is installed in a single family residence, or other
light usage area.
Any accident to the water heater, any misuse (including having been
operated without water in the tank) or abuse (including freezing), and
any alterations, modifications or attempts to repair tank leaks by
persons other than authorized IN-SINK-ERATOR service
representatives, will void the warranty.
SERVICE INFORMATION
To obtain service under this warranty, call toll free: 1-800-558-5700,
and we will provide you with the name and location of your nearest
factory authorized service agency.
DISCLAIMER AND EXCLUSION
ANY AND ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES, WHETHER OF
MERCHANT-ABILITY, FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR
OTHERWISE, RELATING TO THIS WARRANTY AGAINST TANK
LEAKAGE ARE LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE TERM OF THIS
WARRANTY. IN-SINK-ERATOR WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR
ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, INCLUDING
BUT NOT LIMITED TO WATER DAMAGE, LOSS OF USE OF THE
BRONZE TANK, LOSS OR DAMAGE TO OTHER PERSONAL
PROPERTY, OR PERSONAL INJURY.
Some States do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty
lasts, so the above limitation may not apply to you. Also, some States
do not allow the exclusion or limitation of Incidental or consequential
damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you.
YOUR RIGHTS
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may have other
rights which vary from State to State.
FOR YOUR RECORDS
_
Model Number _______________________
Serial Number _______________________
_
Date Installed ________ __________ ________
Reasonable proof of purchase and/or installation must be presented
with your warranty claim; otherwise the beginning of the warranty
period will be deemed the date of manufacture of the water heater.
WHAT TO DO
IF SOMETHING GOES WRONG
1. Check the things you can do yourself. Be sure water heater is
plugged firmly into appropriate receptacle or is properly electrically connected in some other manner. Be sure fuses and
circuit breakers are in good order. Reread instruction booklet to
assure that you are using correct operating procedure. Many
unnecessary service calls result in the service agent doing what
the owner can do for himself.
2. Check with your local authorized service center. For the
location of your nearest factory authorized service center call
toll free 1-800-558-5700.
3. Write to us if a satisfactory solution is not reached in steps 1
and 2. Our address is shown below.
ISE
IN -SINK-ERATOR
IN-SINK.ERATOR DIVISION
EMERSON ElECTRIC CO
4700 21st STREET. RACINE. WIS. 53406
Part No. 42598