Installation, Maintenance and User Instructions
ZIP InLine
Electronic Instantaneous
Water Heaters
Models: ES3, ES4 & ES6
Issued August 2014
The terms ‘Zip’ and ‘InLine’
are registered trademarks
Zip Heaters (UK) Ltd
14 Bertie Ward Way
Dereham
Norfolk
NR19 1TE
Telephone:
Mobile:
Fax:
Web:
0845 6 005 005
0345 6 005 005
01362 692448
www.zipheaters.co.uk
9120-14111 August 2014 V1.06
Please read these instructions carefully before commencing installation of the InLine water heater.
Please leave these instructions with the end user after installation.
Contents
Description
2
Approvals
2
Safety information
3
WARNING
3
CAUTION
4
Dimensions
4
Technical data
5
Spare Parts
6
Installation
7
Requirements
7
Installation site
7
Installing the appliance
8
Plumbing connection
9
Electrical connection / wiring diagram
11
Commissioning
11
Temperature & flow adjustment
12
Maintenance and cleaning
13
Fault finding
14
Warranty
16
Please read these instructions carefully before commencing installation of the InLine
Electronic Instantaneous Water Heater.
Please leave these instructions with the end user after installation.
To ensure you have the latest revision of this instruction manual, please visit www.zipheaters.co.uk
to download the latest copy.
In order to preserve our environment we ask that you dispose of this product correctly.
Please contact Zip Customer Service for advice on 0845 6 005 005 / 0345 6 005 005
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Description
Zip InLine ES3, ES4 and ES6 instantaneous water heaters are compact electronically controlled
instantaneous water heaters for hand washing.
This small instantaneous water heater is intended to provide economical heating of water for
a wash basin when installed together with a sanitary water fitting. When the hot-water tap
is opened, the heater switches itself on automatically when the minimum water flow rate is
exceeded and heats the water as it passes through the appliance.
The heater is pre-set in the factory to an outlet temperatu­re of about 38°C, which is ideal for
hand washing. When this temperature is reached, the electronic regulator reduces the power
in order to ensure that the outlet temperature does not exceed this value. This automatic
temperature regulation means that it is only necessary to open the hot water tap to obtain
water at a constant, safe temperature for washing hands. If the set outlet temperature is not
reached, slightly reduce the flow of water from the tap. Cold water may be added if a lower
temperature is required.
If the flow rate is too low or if the hot water tap is closed, the appliance switches itself off
automatically. For an optimum flow of water, always fit the special jet regulator supplied with
the appliance. This regulator should be inserted into the threaded retainer on the tap outlet.
The maximum possible outlet temperature is determi­ned by the temperature of the incoming
water, the flow rate and the heating power of the heater.
The temperature set point and flow rate can be preset inside the appli­ance to achieve an
outlet temperature between about 30°C and 43°C.
Power consumption is also regulated based on outlet temperature to ensure the required
temperature is achieved exactly to the degree and irrespective of fluctuations in voltage and
water pressure.
The maximum inlet temperature of 70°C is suitable for use with preheated water e.g. from solar
heating systems.
ApprovalsZip InLine ES3, ES4 and ES6 are VDE approved to the LVD and EMC directives and CE endorsed.
Zip InLine ES3, ES4 and ES6 have been examined, tested and found when correctly fitted to
comply with the requirements of the United Kingdom Water Regulations / Byelaws (Scotland).
The products are listed under the WRAS (Water Regulations Advisory Scheme) Water Fittings
and Materials Directory.
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IMPORTANT:
PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY.
NOTE THE SAFE OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENTS, WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS. USE THIS PRODUCT
CORRECTLY AND WITH CARE FOR THE PURPOSE FOR WHICH IT IS INTENDED. FAILURE TO DO
SO MAY CAUSE DAMAGE AND/OR PERSONAL INJURY, AND WILL INVALIDATE THE WARRANTY.
RETAIN THESE INSTRUCTIONS FOR FUTURE USE.
WARNING:
Situations that could cause injury to yourself or others.
CAUTION:
Situations that could cause damage to your appliance or other equipment.
NOTE:
Notes, usage tips or additional information.
Safety Information
WARNING
• Installation, commissioning and maintenance of this appliance must only be carried
out by a competent installer who will then be responsible for adhering to all relevant
IMPORTANT:
standardsPLEASE
andREAD
regulations.
THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY.
NOTE THE SAFE OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENTS, WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS. USE THIS PRODUCT
CORRECTLY
CARE FOR THE
PURPOSE
FOR be
WHICH
IT IS INTENDED.
FAILURE
TO DO
• The front cover
ofAND
theWITH
appliance
must
never
opened
before
disconnecting
the appliance
SO MAY CAUSE DAMAGE AND/OR PERSONAL INJURY, AND WILL INVALIDATE THE WARRANTY.
from the mains
power
supply.
RETAIN THESE
INSTRUCTIONS
FOR FUTURE USE.
• To protect the
appliance, a cicuit
breaker
or fuse
fitted with a rating suitable for the
WARNING:
Situations
that could cause
injury tomust
yourselfbe
or others.
nomi­nal current
of
the
appliance.
CAUTION:
Situations that could cause damage to your appliance or other equipment.
NOTE:must be permanently
Notes, usage tips
or additional information.
• The appliance
connected
to the supply through an isolating switch with a
contact separation of at least 3mm in all poles and be protected by a suitably rated RCD.
• The cross sectional area of the connection cable must be appropriate for the power rating and
location of the appliance. See Technical Data.
• The connecting cable must be adequately secured.
•
•
•
•
IMPORTANT:
PLEASE READ must
THESE INSTRUCTIONS
CAREFULLY.
This appliance
be earthed
at all times.
NOTE THE SAFE OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENTS, WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS. USE THIS PRODUCT
CORRECTLY
AND
WITH
CARE
FOR
THE
PURPOSE
FOR WHICH
IT IS INTENDED.
FAILURE TO DO
Check that SOtheMAY
power
supply is switched
off prior
to electrical
connection.
CAUSE DAMAGE AND/OR PERSONAL INJURY, AND WILL INVALIDATE THE WARRANTY.
RETAIN THESE INSTRUCTIONS FOR FUTURE USE.
The appliance,
its wiring and piping must not be modified in any way.
could cause injury to yourself or others.
In case of WARNING:
malfunction isolateSituations
the that
power
supply immediately. In case of leaks also isolate the
CAUTION:
Situations
could cause
damage
your appliance
or other
equipment.
water supply.
Repairs must only
be that
carried
out
bytoZip
Heaters
(UK)
Ltd or an authorised Zip service
Notes, usage tips or additional information.
engineer. NOTE:
• Temperatures in excess of approximately 43°C are perceived as hot, especially by children, and
may cause a feeling of burning.
• T his appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years and above and persons with
reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if they
have been given supervision or instruction concerning the use of the appliance in a safe way
and understand the hazards involved.
Children shall not play with the appliance.
Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be made by children without supervision.
• When the appliance has been in use for some time, the fittings may be very hot.
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• If inlet temperature is up to 70°C (eg. fed from a solar supply) mixing with cold water will be
required to ensure a safe temperature at the outlet.
CAUTION
• O
ptimum operation is ensured at a water flow pressure of 0.2 to 0.4 MPa (2-4 bar). The
appliance must not be subjected to pressure exceeding 1.0 MPa (10 bar).
• The appliance must only be used when correctly installed and in perfect working order.
• The appliance must be installed in a frost-free room and must never be exposed to frost.
• The ES range is not intended for use with thermostatic mixing valves or taps.
• The appliance must be completely filled with water before being switched on.
• Before commissioning for the first time and each time the appliance is emptied (e.g. due to
work on the plumbing system or maintenance), the appliance must be vented by opening
and closing the hot water tap until all air has been eliminated from the water heater and no
more air emerges before re-connecting to the electrical supply.
• The appliance must only be used for heating potable water. The specific water resistance
must not fall below the required value indicated on the rating plate. The appliance must not
be used for any other purpose.
• Incoming water temperature must not exceed 70°C.
• The Zip InLine is intended for connection to mains supply only. In any other case please
contact Zip on 0845 6 005 005 / 0345 6 005 005 for advice.
• The temperature of hot water produced by the ES is dependant upon flow rate,
supply voltage and incoming water temperature.
At times of low incoming water temperature (below 12°C) it may be necessary to
reduce the flow rate through the appliance to increase the hot water temperature.
• Zip Heaters (UK) Ltd cannot be held liable for any damages caused by failure to
observe these instructions.
Dimensions
186mm
135mm
87mm
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Technical data
Model
ES3
Nominal supply voltage
ES4
ES6
1/N/PE 230 V~
Power rating (kW)
2.8
4.4
5.5
Rated Current (A)
12
19
24
Element type
Bare wire
Rated pressure
Factory set temperature
1 MPa (10 bar)
38°C
(1)
Temperature adjustment range
30°C - 43°C
Maximum inlet temperature
70°C
Factory set flow rate @ 3 bar (l/min)
2.0
Switch on flow rate (l/min)
1.2
1.5
Switch off flow rate (l/min)
1.0
1.3
Flow rate @ 38°C (l/min) (2)
1.5
2.4
3.0
0.020 MPa
(0.20 bar)
0.045 MPa
(0.45 bar)
0.065 MPa
(0.65 bar)
Minimum differential pressure @ 38°C
Required specific water resistance @ 15°C
>1300 ohm.cm
Dimensions H x W x D (mm)
2.5
3.3
>800 ohm.cm
135 x 186 x 87
Maximum weight (kg)
1.5
Rated volume (litres)
0.2
Water connections (BSP)
1/2”
Protection class
IP25
Subject to incoming water temperature, flow rate and power available.
Based on 12°C supply temperature, 3 bar dynamic pressure and 230V supply.
All data quoted at nominal supply voltage. Standard European voltage tolerances of -6% to + 10%
may be applied.
A minimum water presure of 0.2 MPa (2 bar) is recommended for optimum performance.
(1)
(2)
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Spare parts.
When ordering spare parts, please always specify the appliance model and serial number.
4
5
6
1
2
3
Item
Part No.
Description
1
IN80919
Front cover
IN80916
ES3 Heating cartridge
IN80904
ES4 Heating cartridge
IN80917
ES6 Heating cartridge
IN80911
ES3 Safety Temperature limiter
IN80912
ES4, ES6 Safety Temperature limiter
4
IN80080
Filter (fine filter)
5
IN80909
Water connection set, including two water connections
6
IN80902
Wall bracket
IN80910
Temperature sensor (Not shown)
ZLOO9
Jet regulator for ES3 and ES4 (Not shown)
ZL010
Jet regulator for ES6 (Not shown)
2
3
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Installation
Requirements
• These instructions must be read and fully understood before commencing the installation. If
in doubt, or in need of further guidance please ring Zip on 0845 6 005 005 / 0345 6 005 005.
• Zip InLine water heaters must be installed by a competent person familiar with electric
instantaneous water heaters.
• Installations must comply fully with UK Water Regulations and any Local Authority requirements.
• The electrical installation including earthing and cross bonding should comply with current IEE
regulations and any Local Authority requirements.
• Zip InLine water heaters must be installed according to the specification on the rating plate and
the technical specifications.
• To protect the appliance, a circuit breaker or fuse must be fitted with a rating suitable for
the nomi­nal current of the appliance. (See Technical Data Section on page. 5).
• The appliance must be permanently connected to the supply through an isolating switch
with a contact separation of at least 3mm in all poles and be protected by a suitably rated
RCD.
• The cross sectional area of the connection cable must be in accordance with the power
rating of the appliance and the specific requirements of the installation site.
• Take care to protect the wiring from damage during installation and ensure that any
uninsulated wiring is not directly accessible after installation.
• Check that the power supply is switched off prior to electrical connection.
Installation site
• The installation site must be free from frost at all times.
• For maintenance work a shut off valve should be installed in the water supply line to the
heater.
• The unit should be positioned as close as possible to the outlet to minimise heat loss. The
recommended maximum distance is 0.5 meters.
• When considering the location of the heater, consideration should be given to the safe and
visible disposal of any water resulting from leaks and seepage.
This is particularly relevant when the heater is located in a cupboard or any concealed
location.
• For guidance please call Zip Heaters (UK) Ltd on 0845 6 005 005 / 0345 6 005 005.
• Hot and cold water connecting pipes should be WRAS approved and of copper or steel
construction. Plastic pipes may only be used if conforming to DIN 16893 Series 2.
• The specific resistance of the supply water must be >1300Ωcm at 15°C for ES3 and
>800Ωcm at 15°C for ES4 and ES6. The specific resistance can be checked with the local
water supply company.
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Installing the appliance
1. Secure the wall bracket to the wall with screws and wall plugs supplied (Fig. 1).
2. Place the appliance on the wall bracket and snap into position (Fig. 2).
Note! This appliance is intended for under sink installation with the water connections
pointing vertically upwards.
Fig. 2
Fig. 1
Drill size Ø 7mm.
Use the mounting
bracket as a guide for
fixing marks.
Drilling width variable:
100mm minimum to
145mm maximum.
To remove the appliance from the wall bracket.
Put the flat screwdriver tip into the interlock between the water connections unil it stops and lift
it slightly upwards (Fig. A), tilt the appliance forward by max. 15° (Fig. B) and remove it upwards
(Fig. C).
A
B
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Fig. 3
Seal
Filter
Cold Water
Connection
(inlet)
Seal
Hot Water
Connection
(outlet)
Plumbing connection (Fig. 3)
1. The cold water inlet (blue) and hot water outlet (red) are marked on the rating plate. Connect
the appropriate pipes from the tap to the water inlet and outlet accordingly. Avoid exerting
any mechanical pressure on the appliance by applying a 13mm spanner on the flats of the
inlet and outlet connections when tightening the pipe connectors (Fig.3).
2. When supplying mixer taps a non-return valve must be fitted to the hot water outlet and not
to the cold water inlet (fig. 5).
3. A flow control valve may be required on the cold supply to the mixer taps to balance the
flow (fig. 5).
4. Thoroughly flush the water supply pipes brfore connection to remove any water borne
debris.
5. Once the water connections have been made, check for any leaks and rectify as necessary.
6. In order to obtain an optimum water jet at low flow rates, always screw the jet regulator
supplied with the unit onto the tap outlet. This insert fits commercially available sleeves
with an M22 or M24 thread.
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Typical installation
Fig. 4
Fig. 4/5 show unvented installation
with closed outlet tap.
Fig. 4a shows open vented installation
Fig. 4a
You may also use an open
vented installation.
Fit Jet Regulator
Fig. 5
Jet Regulator
Non-return
valve
Rear
Cable
Entry
Flow Control Valve
Mains Supply
135mm
Service Valve
186mm
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Electrical connection
Do not switch on the electric power at this time.
Installation must be carried out by a competent electrician.
The electrical installation including earthing and cross bonding should comply with current IEE
regulations and any Local Authority requirements.
IMPORTANT: The appliance must be installed according to the specification on the rating plate
and the technical specifications. Ensure that the voltage marked on the appliance matches the
power supply.
WARNING! Check that the power supply is switched off prior to electrical connection!
2
1
3
Wiring Diagram
1. Electronic regulator
L L1
2. Safety thermal cut-out
3. Heating element
N L2
Fig. 6
PE
Commissioning
CAUTION
To prevent damage to the appliance, the instantaneous water heater must be purged of
air before using it for the first time.
PURGING
Before connecting the electrical supply, open and close the hot water tap until the water runs
smoothly and no more air emerges.
NOTE! Every time the appliance is drained (e.g. after work on the plumbing system, if
there is a risk of frost or following repair work), the heater must be purged in this way
before reconnecting the power supply.
WARNING! This appliance must be earthed.
1. Close the circuit breaker to connect the electrical supply. After a short power up delay the
water heats up.
2. Check everything is working as it should and the water temperature is achieving the desired
temperature. If not follow the guide on page 13.
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NOTE! When used to supply a mixer tap a flow restrictor may be required on the cold supply
to the tap to balance the flows.
For further information see the Fault Finding table, page 15.
When the unit has been commissioned, explain the functions of the heater to the end user and
ensure they know how to use the appliance.
Hand over these instructions for the user to keep.
Fig. 7
Removing the cover (Fig. 7)
The rating plate and the adjusting screw are located under
this cover.
1. Push the cover back towards the wall bracket.
2. At the rear corners press the cover down until the front
edge lifts.
3. Remove the cover by pulling forward.
The underside of the cover (Fig. 8) is the data plate and
displays model type, serial number etc.
Fig. 8
Appliance must be earthed!
ES3
1500-15001
012345-012345
Zip Industries
Fig. 9
MADE IN
GERMANY
Replacing the cover (Fig. 9)
1. Push the cover towards the wall bracket under the edges
of the water connections.
2. Press down the front edge of the cover and move it
forward again until it clips into place.
Temperature & flow adjustment
(Authorised Technicians Only)
The factory setting is 38°C. A maximum outlet temperature may be set between 30°C. And 43°C.
Water too hot
• If the water is too hot reduce the temperature on the appliance by turning the potentiometer
(fig.10 p13) anticlockwise instead of mixing with cold water.
Any cold water added is not controlled by the electronic circuitry meaning that precise
temperature control can no longer be guaranteed.
• Note! Adding cold water wastes the energy used to heat it! This unit is not intended
for use with a ‘thermostatic mixing valve’ or tap.
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Water too cold
• Increase the temperature by turning the potentiometer clockwise until the desired
temperature is achieved.
• If the desired temperature cannot be achieved the red LED on the PCB will light (solid) to
show that the unit cannot achieve the preset temperature. (See LED functions on page 14).
• In this case it will be necessary to adjust the water flow through the unit.
• The flow rate can be adjusted with the adjustment screw (Fig. 11).
• Turning this screw clockwise reduces the flow rate; turning it counter-clockwise increases
the flow rate.
• Turn the adjustment screw clockwise; reducing the flow rate until the desired temperature
is achieved.
Fig. 10
Green LED
Red LED
Cover removed
Heat setting
potentiometer
min.
max.
Fig. 11
Direction
Cover retaining screw
Flow
+
Flow rate adjust screw
Maintenance and cleaning.
General cleaning
Do not use strong, corrosive spray or abrasive cleaners / chemicals.
Clean the casing, tapware, external filter, piping and all other fittings with a soft cloth and mild
soap and water.
Do not spray water over the tap as it may damage the low-voltage electronics.
Caution: Should any of the plastic fittings accidentally come into contact with cleaners with
a PH level less than 4, hypochlorite, hydrogen peroxide or any other aggressive chemical the
affected component must be replaced immediately.
Undersink units must never be located near, or cleaned with water jets. Avoid using airborne
pesticides near the undersink unit.
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NOTE!
Maintenance work must only be carried out by a competent person familiar with instantaneous
water heaters.
Outlet fittings (jet regulator Fig. 5) should be unscrewed from the tap nozzle and cleaned at
regular intervals.
• Rinse the regulator with water and brush off the debris. For difficult to remove deposits,
soak in white vinegar (or a proprietary scale cleaner) for a few minutes and scrub with a
toothbrush.
• If any parts are cracked or broken, replace them. If the washer has hardened, it should be
replaced.
• With the debris cleaned out, screw the regulator back into the tap.
Hand tightening should be adequate.
The electrical and plumbing components should be inspected regularly by a competent
person to ensure proper functioning and operational safety.
Water quality should be considered when determining the frequency of inspection.
Each time the appliance is emptied (e.g. due to work on the plumbing system, if there is a risk of
freezing or in case of maintenance), the appliance must be purged by opening and closing the hot
water tap until all air has been eliminated from the water heater and no more air emerges before
re-connecting to the electrical supply.
Fault finding
Repairs should only be carried out by competent persons familiar with electric instantaneous
water heaters.
All service work should be performed by an authorized Zip service engineer – for details of
the full range of services available call Zip Service on: 0845 6 005 005 / 0345 6 005 005.
When calling for service, please always specify the appliance model and serial number.
The following table will be helpful in determining the causes of some common problems and
their solutions
LED Functions
Green LED
Green LED flashing
Green LED constantly on
Standby mode
Appliance is heating water
Red LED
Red LED constantly on
Red LED flash code:
Long- short-long-short-long
Long-short-short-short
Long-short-long
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The required outlet temperature cannot be
achieved at maximum power
Heating element defective
Temperature sensor faulty
Air bubble in system
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Problem
Possible cause
Solution
No water flows
Water supply is turned off
Open the main water valve /
shut off valve
The Jet Regulator is not fitted
Fit the correct Jet Regulator
(see Fig. 5)
Water pressure is not
Water flows more slowly than
sufficient
expected
Dirt in the pipes
Check the water flow
pressure, check the water flow
adjustment. See fig. 11
Remove any dirt from the
filter, valves and / or taps,
check the technical data
Remove any dirt, increase
The heater switches itself on Water pressure is varying, flow the flow water pressure, close
and off
rate is too low
other taps, open the shut off
valve further
Water remains cold
Hot water temperature varies
Water pressure is not
sufficient
Adjust the water flow see
fig. 11
Open the shut-off valve.
Fit the correct jet regulator (see
Fig. 5) check water pressure
Dirt in the inlet or outlet
Remove dirt from the inlet
and outlet
Temperature sensor
defective
Replace temperature sensor
(authorised technician)
Heating element defective
Replace heating element
(authorised technician)
Supply voltage varies
Check the supply voltage
Water connections reversed
Check installation
Flow rate is too high
Adjust the flow rate
(see adjusting flow rate on
page 13 fig. 11)
Inlet temperature is too low
Adjust temperature
potentiometer. (see adjusting
potentiometer page 13 fig. 10)
(Authorised technician)
Hot water temperature too
low
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Warranty
The Zip appliance you have chosen is precision-built from the finest materials available and
should give many years of trouble free service.
Certain warranties may be implied by law into your contract with Zip.
The warranty provided below is additional to these implied warranties and nothing set out
below shall limit your statutory rights or rights at law.
Zip Heaters (UK) Ltd warrants that, should any part fail within 12 calendar months of
installation, that part will be repaired or replaced free of charge by Zip or its Distributor or
Service Provider, except as set out below, provided the appliance is installed and used strictly
in accordance with the instructions supplied, and that failure is not due to accident, misuse,
abuse, unsuitable water conditions, or to any alteration, modification or repair by any party not
expressly nominated by Zip.
No costs are payable by the customer other than any mileage or travelling-time charges
incurred by a Zip Service Provider or the cost of removal, cartage and re-installation of any
component of the appliance if it needs to be returned for repair to Zip or its Distributor.
This warranty does not cover damage resulting from non-operation of the appliance or
consequential damage to any other goods, furnishings or property.
Zip does not exclude, restrict or modify any liability that cannot be excluded, restricted or
modified or which cannot, except to a limited extent, be excluded, restricted or modified as
between the owner or user and Zip under the laws applicable.
Furthermore, this warranty does not displace any statutory warranty, but, to the extent to
which Zip is entitled to do so, the liability of Zip under any statutory warranty will be limited at
Zip’s option to the replacement of the appliance or supply of equivalent appliance, the payment
of the cost of replacing the appliance or acquiring an equivalent appliance, or the payment of
the cost of having the appliance repaired or the repair of the appliance.
NOTE: It is our policy to continually improve products and as such we reserve the right to alter
data, specifications and component parts without prior notice.
To ensure you have the latest revision of this instruction manual, please visit www.zipheaters.co.uk
to download the latest copy.
IMPORTANT: No liability is accepted for incorrect use of this product.
The use of this crossed out wheeled bin logo indicates that this product needs to
be disposed of separately to any other household waste.
Within each of the European Union member countries, provisions have been
made for the collection and recycling of unwanted electrical and electronic
equipment.
In order to preserve our environment we ask that you dispose of this product
correctly. Please contact Zip Customer Service for advice on 0845 6 005 005
/ 0345 6 005 005.
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