Instruction Manual for Centaur Mixers MAC20, MAC30 &

Model #:
Serial #:
Model MAC60
Instruction Manual for Centaur Mixers
MAC20, MAC30 & MAC60
- IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE This manual contains important safety instructions which
must be strictly followed when using this equipment.
WARRANTY REGISTRATION
SCAN THE QR CODE WITH YOUR MOBILE DEVICE OR GO TO
WWW.GLOBESLICERS.COM TO FILL OUT AND SUBMIT YOUR
WARRANTY REGISTRATION.
http://www.globeslicers.com/site/warranty.asp
Index
ATTENTION OWNERS AND OPERATORS................................................................................................................4
KEY COMPONENTS OF THE MIXER ........................................................................................................................5
INSTALLATION ....................................................................................................................................................... 6-7
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS.............................................................................................................................. 7-10
CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS ....................................................................................................................................11
IMPORTANT POINTS ...............................................................................................................................................12
RECOMMENDED MAINTENANCE ..........................................................................................................................12
CAPACITY CHART....................................................................................................................................................13
TROUBLESHOOTING ........................................................................................................................................ 14-15
LIMITED MIXER WARRANTY...................................................................................................................................16
WARRANTY CONTACT INFORMATION:
CENTAUR SERVICE 877-234-8287
Printed in the U.S.A. 1-2012 for Centaur products © 2012
vr1.3
6-2012
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Attention Owners and Operators
This equipment is designed to provide safe and productive processing of food products as long as the equipment is
used in accordance with the instructions in this manual and is properly maintained. Unless the operator is adequately
trained and supervised there is a possibility of serious injury. Owners of this equipment bear the responsibility to make
certain that this equipment is used properly and safely, strictly follow all the instructions contained in this manual and
the requirements of local, state or federal law.
Owners should not permit anyone to touch this equipment unless they are over 18 years old, are adequately trained
and supervised, and have read and understood this manual. Owners should also ensure that no customers, visitors
or other unauthorized personnel come in contact with this equipment. Please remember that we cannot anticipate
every circumstance or environment in which its equipment will be operated. It is the responsibility of the owner and
the operator to remain alert to any hazards posed by the function of this equipment. If you are ever uncertain about
a particular task or the proper method of operating this equipment, ask your supervisor.
This manual contains a number of precautions to follow to help promote safe use of this equipment. Throughout the
manual you will see additional warnings to help alert you to potential hazards.
Warnings affecting your personal safety are indicated by:
or
Warnings related to possible damage to the equipment are indicated by:
Make certain the instruction manual is available for easy reference by any operator. We have put a warning label
in the English language on its slicers. Spanish warning labels are available upon request. If the warning label or
manual becomes misplaced, damaged, or illegible, or if you require additional copies, please contact your nearest
representative.
Please remember that this manual or the warning labels do not replace the need to be alert, to properly train and
supervise operators, and to use common sense when using this equipment.
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Key Components of the Mixer
Attachment Hub
Attachment Hub
Thumbscrew
Bowl Lift Lever
Planetary Grease Fitting
Bowl Lift Wheel
(Model MAC60)
Planetary Shaft
Bowl Handle
Bowl Clamp
MAC30 FRONT VIEW
Power Controls
on the MAC20
Bowl Lock Clamp
on the MAC20
Speed Control
Stop Button
Timer
Start Button
Bowl Guard
Splash Guard
Bowl Cradle
Bowl
Bowl Slides
Rubber Feet
MAC30 SIDE VIEW
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Installation
UNPACKING
Unpack the mixer immediately after receipt. If the machine is found to be damaged, save the packaging material
and contact the carrier within fifteen (15) days of delivery. Immediately contact your source of the equipment.
You have no recourse to damage after fifteen (15) days.
TO AVOID SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY:
•
•
•
•
•
ALWAYS install equipment in work area with adequate light and space.
ONLY operate the mixer on a solid, LEVEL, non-skid surface that is nonflammable.
NEVER bypass, alter, or modify this equipment in any way from its original condition. Doing so my create hazards and will void warranty.
NEVER operate the mixer without all warnings attached to it.
DO NOT attempt to lift the mixer alone.
INSTALLATION
1. Read this manual thoroughly before installation and operation. DO NOT proceed with installation and operation if you have any questions or do not understand anything in this manual. Contact your local representative.
2. Remove the corrugated box from the skid by removing the bands on the box.
3. Carefully unbolt the mixer from the skid using a 11/16” or 3/4” wrench.
4.
Select a location for the mixer keeping these points in mind:
• Floor or counter must be level.
• Easy access for maintenance and service.
• Clearance for operating controls, installing and removing agitators, bowl, or attachments.
• Sufficient space for adding ingredients during mixing periods.
• Ensure rear ventilation outlet of mixer is not blocked.
5. Use at least two other people to tilt the unit and install the rubber feet.
6. Inspect the mixer to ensure all parts have been provided (i.e. bowl, beater, whip, and dough hook).
7. Read the electrical information found on the data plate located at the rear of the machine. The incoming
power should match the rating on the data plate.
CONNECTING TO ELECTRICAL POWER
Cord Connected Units: This machine is provided with a three-prong grounding plug. The outlet that
this plug is connected to must be properly grounded. If the receptacle is not the proper grounding type
contact an electrician. Do not under any circumstances cut or remove the third ground prong from the
power cord or use any adapter plug. Never use an extension cord. Low amp supply could damage the
mixer or cause a fire.
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Installation
CONNECTING TO ELECTRICAL POWER cont’d.
Units Without Power Cord or Plug: Have a licensed electrician connect the unit to the power supply.
9. Complete the warranty registration online at www.globeslicers.com/warranty.asp.
10. Clean the mixer prior to using it. Follow the cleaning instructions on page 11.
NOTE: It is normal for the factory to apply a generous amount of grease in and on the machines before initial
use. Excess grease (brown in color) will be on all metal surfaces (e.g. top portion of bowl guard, speed
control, bowl clamps, bowl lift lever, and attachment hub thumbscrew). Excess high-pressured grease
(brownish-black) may also be found on the planetary shaft and some drippings may be found in the bowl.
Operating Instructions
TO AVOID SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY:
•
DO NOT remove the bowl guard.
•
DO NOT operate the mixer before reading the instruction manual first.
•
ALWAYS disconnect or unplug electrical power before cleaning, servicing, or adjusting any parts or
attachments.
•
ALWAYS keep hands, hair, and clothing away from moving parts.
ATTACHING THE BOWL TO THE MIXER
NOTE: Install the bowl BEFORE attaching the agitators.
1. Lower the bowl by pulling the bowl lift lever forward and down to its resting position. For the MAC60, rotate the bowl lift wheel counterclockwise until it stops.
2. Lift the bowl by the bowl handles and
a. slowly position the locking pin (located on the rear of the bowl) into the hole in the
middle rear of the cradle (see fig 7-1).
b. lower the bowl onto the pins located on either side of the bowl cradle.
Fig. 7-1
3. Once the bowl is positioned on the cradle, secure the bowl by pulling each bowl clamp
forward until the bowl is locked tight (see fig 7-2).
Fig. 7-2
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Operating Instructions
ATTACHING THE AGITATOR TO THE MIXER (i.e., Beater, Hook, Whip)
NOTE: It is easier to install the agitator prior to adding the ingredients into the bowl.
1. Rotate the bowl guard to the left so it rests in the open position (see fig 8-1).
Excessive force used to open and close the bowl guard may
damage the spring lock and bowl guard microswitch, and will void
the warranty.
2. Slide the agitator slowly upwards onto the planetary shaft fitting the shaft pin
through the slot in the agitator (see fig 8-2).
Fig. 8-1
3. Rotate the agitator clockwise to secure it onto the planetary shaft.
MIXING INGREDIENTS
Follow the capacity chart located on page 13 in this manual.
Overloading or not following this chart will damage the mixer and void
the warranty.
Fig. 8-2
Agitators should always rotate in a clockwise direction around the bowl. If the agitator moves
counterclockwise, contact a licensed electrician immediately to remedy incorrect wiring.
IMPORTANT: Make sure the speed control lever is on the first (1) speed.
1. Add the appropriate mixing ingredients into the bowl.
2. Lift completely up on the bowl lift lever until the bowl locks into position. On the MAC60 rotate the bowl lift wheel clockwise until the bowl is all the way up into position.
3. Rotate the bowl guard to the right so it locks into the closed position
(see fig 8-3). A clicking sound will be heard.
Fig. 8-3
NOTE: The mixer will not start if the bowl guard is open or the bowl is in the lowered position.
4. Set the timer for the appropriate mixing time or set the mixer for non-timed operation.
a. Timed Operation: Turn the timer knob in a clockwise direction at least five minutes past “0” to the desired time. NOTE: To set the time for less than five minutes turn the timer knob clockwise to six then counterclockwise back to the desired time.
b.
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Non-Timed Operation: Turn the timer knob in a counterclockwise direction to the green “on” position. NOTE: Heavy loads should not be mixed longer than fifteen minutes at this setting without an equal amount of rest time. Failure to adhere to these instructions may cause the mixer to automatically shut off due to overloading.
Operating Instructions
5. Select the appropriate speed setting by lifting or lowering the speed control lever. Three fixed speeds are available for use: first (1), second (2), and third (3). NOTE:
Gear Speed
1 (low)
2 (medium)
3 (high)
Product Type/Ingredient
Heavy: mixing pizza, bread, pasta and donut doughs, waffle/cake batter, mashing potatoes
Medium: 2nd stage of mixing for donut dough, etc.
Light: whipping cream, egg whites, meringue
IMPORTANT: When mixing product always follow the recommended agitator and speed setting
according to the capacity chart located on page 13 of this manual.
6. Press the green start button located on the middle of the control panel.
Always STOP the mixer BEFORE changing speeds! Failure to do so may damage the
gears or other parts and WILL void the warranty!
7.
To change the speed while mixing
a. press the red stop button
b. change the speed by raising or lowering the speed control lever
c. press the green start button to restart the mixer.
NOTE: The mixer is equipped with a motor overload protection. If the mixer shuts off during operation reduce the batch size and
a. MAC20 and MAC30 models: Press the stop button then press the overload reset button.
b. MAC60 model: Wait two minutes. Press the stop button then press the start button.
NOTE: Reduce batch size by 10% if chilled flour, water below 70°F, ice, or high gluten flour is being used.
IMPORTANT: For heavier loads, the mixer should not run longer than fifteen minutes without pausing for a cool
down period of at least fifteen minutes or more before resuming mixing. For lighter loads the mixer should not run
longer than thirty minutes without pausing for a cool down period of at least thirty minutes or more before resuming
mixing.
8. When the ingredients have been thoroughly mixed, press the red stop button to stop the mixer. NOTE: If the timer was used the mixer will automatically stop when the time has expired.
9. Lower the bowl by pulling the bowl lift lever forward and down to its resting position. For MAC60, rotate the
bowl lift wheel counterclockwise until it stops.
10. Rotate the bowl guard to the left so it is in the open position.
11. Remove the agitator from the planetary shaft by lifting it upwards then rotating it counterclockwise until it is unlocked. Lower the agitator and remove from planetary shaft.
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Operating Instructions
12. Push each bowl clamp backwards to unlock the bowl from the bowl cradle.
13. Lift up slightly on the bowl so it clears the pins on the bowl cradle.
Most batches are heavy. Always use two people to remove and transport the loaded
bowl after mixing is complete. A bowl truck is included with the MAC60 and should be
used to unload bowls containing more than 50 lbs. per batch.
HOW TO USE THE ATTACHMENT HUB
Never put your hand into the feed chute when using any mixer attachment.
The mixer must be OFF before installing attachments! Do NOT use attachments while mixing!
Thumbscrew
1. Loosen and remove the attachment hub thumbscrew.
2. Remove the plastic cover from the attachment hub.
Plastic Cover
3. Lubricate the attachment shaft with a food quality grease or mineral oil.
4. Insert the attachment shaft into the hub making sure to line up the alignment pin with
the hub hole.
5. Tighten the thumbscrew back into the hub and securely tighten it.
6. Select the appropriate speed setting by lifting or lowering the speed control lever.
Recommended Speed while using attachments:
Attachment
Recommended Speed
Vegetable Slicer
1 or 2
Cheese Shredder/Grater
2 or 3
Meat Grinder
1 only
NOTE: Make sure the bowl is up and the bowl guard is closed. The mixer will not start if the bowl and the bowl guard are not in the proper operating position.
7. Turn the timer knob in a counterclockwise direction to the green “on” position.
8. Press the green start button located on the middle of the control panel.
Always STOP the mixer BEFORE changing speeds! Failure to do so may damage the
gears or other parts and WILL void the warranty!
9.
To change the speed while using mixer attachments
a. press the red stop button
b. change the speed by raising or lowering the speed control lever
c. press the green start button to restart the mixer.
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Cleaning Instructions
•
Dilute detergent per supplier’s instruction.
•
DO NOT hose down or pressure wash any part of the mixer.
•
NEVER use a scrubber pad, steel wool, or abrasive material to clean the mixer.
•
NEVER use bleach (sodium hypochlorite) or bleach based cleaner.
•
ALWAYS remove the agitator after each batch. If not, the agitator can become stuck on the shaft and difficult to remove.
The entire mixer, including removable parts, must be thoroughly cleaned and sanitized using the
procedures identified by your local health department and the ServSafe Essentials published by the
National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation (NRAEF). Visit www.servsafe.com for
more details.
It is extremely important to sanitize the mixer and to follow the instructions on the quaternary
sanitizer container to ensure proper sanitation is achieved.
ALWAYS DISCONNECT OR UNPLUG THE ELECTRICAL POWER FROM THE MIXER BEFORE
CLEANING.
RECOMMENDED CLEANING
PART Agitators
REQUIRED ACTION
Hand-wash using mild soap and water, rinse, dry, and sanitize.
FREQUENCY
Clean after each use.
Bowl
Safety Guard
Using a scrubber pad, mild soap and water, apply pressure
to ensure the bowl is clean, rinse, dry, and sanitize. The bowl
can also be placed in a dishwaser for cleaning.
Clean after each use.
Rear Splash Guard
Hand-wash using mild soap and water, or scrub with soft bristle brush, rinse, dry, and sanitize.
Clean after each use.
Bowl Cradle
Hand-wash using mild soap and water, rinse, dry, and sanitize.
Daily
Planetary Shaft
Wipe with clean damp cloth, dry, and sanitize. Apply a light quantity of oil (mineral oil) to the planetary shaft after
cleaning.
Clean after each use.
Exterior Hand-wash using mild soap and water, rinse, dry, and sanitize. Daily
DO NOT use a water hose!
Hub Interior
Wipe with clean damp cloth, dry, and sanitize. For light-duty cleaning, fill bowl with mild soap and water. Clean after each use.
Scrub the safety guard with a brush, rinse, dry, and sanitize. Daily
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Important Points
Your new mixer will provide years of uninterrupted service, but only if you do the following.
Installation
•
Do not use an extension cord to connect electrical power.
Operation
•
Turn off the mixer prior to changing speeds.
•
Follow the capacity chart on page 13, especially for mixing dough.
•
If the unit shuts off during mixing (overload protection trips), reduce the batch size.
Maintenance
•
Add only 2 pumps of grease to the planetary grease fitting once a year.
Recommended Maintenance
PART
REQUIRED ACTION
FREQUENCY
Planetary Ring
Reapply grease (e.g. black axle grease).
Inject grease (2 pumps only) into zerk fitting
on the side of planetary. DO NOT over fill!
Once a year.
Bowl Slide Rods
Apply oil (mineral oil) on the bowl slide rods.
Raise and lower the bowl to distribute the oil onto the rods.
If the bowl becomes difficult to
raise or lower.
Gear Oil Meter
Contact an authorized servicer to change the
gear oil.
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Once a year. When the gear oil
meter shows the oil being below
half of the circle.
Capacity Chart
The following maximum capacities are intended as a guideline only, varying factors such as the type of flour used,
temperature of water used, and other conditions may require the batch to be reduced.
Product
Agitator MAC20 MAC30
and
Speed
Waffle or Hot Cake
Batter
Beater
8 qts.
12 qts.
24 qts.
Whipped Cream
Whip
4 qts.
6 qts.
12 qts.
Mashed
Potatoes
Beater
15 lbs.
23 lbs.
40 lbs.
Egg Whites
Whip
1 qt. 1 ½ qts.
2 qts.
Meringue
(Qty of Water)
Whip
Raised Donut Dough
(65% AR) *
Hook
Heavy Bread Dough
(55% AR) *•
Hook
1 qt.
1 ¾ qts.
8 lbs. 13.5 lbs.
54 lbs.
1st & 2nd
14 lbs.
27 lbs.
63 lbs.
22 lbs.
40 lbs.
72 lbs.
8 lbs.
14 lbs.
36 lbs.
9 lbs.
23 lbs.
63 lbs.
18 lbs.
36 lbs.
63 lbs.
1st only
Bread and Roll Dough Hook
(60% AR) *•
1st only
Pizza Dough, Thin
(40% AR) *•
1 ½ pts.
MAC60
Hook
1st only
Pizza Dough, Medium Hook
(50% AR) *•
1st only
Pizza Dough, Thick
(60% AR) *•
Hook
Fondant Icing
Beater
12 lbs.
18 lbs.
36 lbs.
Cake
Beater
20 lbs.
30 lbs.
60 lbs.
Pie Dough
Beater
18 lbs.
27 lbs.
50 lbs.
Pasta, Basic Egg
Noodle
Hook
5 lbs.
8 lbs.
35 lbs.
1st only
*
NOTE: The mixer capacity depends on the moisture content of the dough. When mixing doughs (pizza, bread, or bagels) check your AR%! %AR (% Absorption Ratio) = Water weight divided by flour weight. The capacities listed above are based on flour at room temperature and 70°F water temperature. (1 gallon of water weighs 8.33 lbs.)

Maximum Mixing Time - 7 Minutes
• If high gluten flour is used, reduce the batch size by 10%.

If using chilled flour, water below 70°F, or ice, reduce batch size by 10%.

2nd speed should never be used on 50% AR or lower with the exception of the MAC60. The MAC60 requires a 50% reduction in batch size to mix in speed 2 with 50% AR doughs.
Do not use attachments on hub while mixing!
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Possible Causes
Action Required
Mixer will not run. Bowl guard not closed.
Rotate guard to the right until fully closed. Bowl not raised.
Raise bowl to highest position.
Timer is not engaged.
Turn timer at least five minutes past “0”, then to desired time or set time to the green “on” position.
Power not connected properly.
Building circuit breaker is off.
Check all power connections. Plug into a live socket. (Do not use extension cord!) Test socket with another item.
Internal overload tripped. MAC20 & MAC30: Press stop button then press reset button. MAC60: Wait two minutes. Press stop button then press start button. (If overload continues to trip, reduce batch size
and/or adjust recipe!)
Gear not engaged.
Switch gear fully into position. (Mixer will not operate if the speed control lever is positioned in between speeds)
Mixer stops during
Internal overload tripped. mixing.
MAC20 & MAC30: Press stop button then
press reset button. MAC60: Wait two minutes. Press stop button then press start button. (If overload continues to trip, reduce batch size
and/or adjust recipe!)
Check breaker box. Damaged or broken transmission belt. Technician to replace belt.
Mixer is noisy.
Mixer is not installed on level surface. Adjust surface or relocate mixer. Make sure rubber feet are installed.
Bowl not seated correctly or clamps Ensure bowl is seated into bowl cradle correctly and not in place.
bowl clamps are locked into place.
Agitator not fitted properly.
Remove and attach agitator into position properly. Overloading bowl.
Reduce batch size. (See Capacity Chart)
Damaged or worn belt.
Replace belt.
Planetary ring gear needs more grease.
Safety guard seized Clean & lubricate slide sheath.
(will not move freely).
Technician to inspect for source of noise. Reapply high-pressure grease.
Agitators won’t go
Lack of lubrication and/or cleaning
onto the planetary
of the planetary shaft.
shaft easily.
Wipe planetary shaft with a clean damp cloth and
lubricate the shaft with mineral oil or food quality
grease.
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Technician must drop down planetary to access mat
& sheath.
Troubleshooting
Problem
Possible Causes
Action Required
Mixing time is too
long.
Batch size too small.
Increase batch size or use smaller bowl adapter kit. (Contact dealer for purchase)
Follow portions and temperatures per recipe instructions.
Incorrect recipe portions or temperatures.
Bowl raise sticking Lack of lubrication on bowl slides
or not operational
Lubricate bowl slides with mineral oil or food quality
grease. If still sticking, technician must clean bowl raise mechanism.
One or more gears Broken belt.
not working.
Damaged or broken gear.
Technician to replace belt.
Mixer will not mix Incorrect or low voltage.
medium or heavy loads.
Belt slipping.
Contact electrician.
Residue leaking Contaminated hub due to build-up of from hub.
meat and/or vegetable juices
(especially tomatoes).
Technician to remove hub and clean interior. To avoid problem, always wipe hub and dry after each use. *Note: Acid from tomato juices will corrode/
contaminate interior parts! Don’t mix tomatoes in meat grinder!
Agitators touching Defective or dented bowl.
bottom or sides of
bowl.
Defective agitator. Remove dents or replace bowl. Broken whip wires Batch size too large for mixer. Items
too firm, speed too high.
Reduce batch size. (See Capacity Chart) Adjust recipe. Reduce speed.
Hand utensil dropped into bowl while mixing.
Stop mixer before working on mixture. Broken flat beater
Ingredients too cold or too large (e.g. frozen butter, cream cheese
cut in chunks).
Wait for ingredients to reach room temperature before mixing. Reduce chunk size. Technician to replace gear. Always stop mixer before shifting gears! Technician to replace belt. Replace agitator. Broken dough Batch size too large for mixer.
hook
Reduce batch size. (See Capacity Chart)
Adjust recipe.
Ingredients too cold or too large. Wait for ingredients to reach room temperature before mixing. Reduce chunk size.
Discoloration of mixed product.
Bowl has not been thoroughly cleaned. Clean bowl again (refer to page 11).
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CENTAUR SERVICE 877-234-8287
slicers@centaurservice.com
LIMITED WARRANTY FOR:
SLICER MODELS 209, 210, 212, 212D
MIXER MODELS MAC20, MAC30, MAC60
COUNTERTOP COOKING MODELS ABCBRM24, ABCBRM36, ABCBLG24, ABCBLG36, ABMG24, ABMG36,
ABMHP212, ABMHP424, ABPGS1-120, ABPGM1-120, ABSGM1-120, ABPGM1-208, ABRG30, ABRG50, ABRC25,
ABF10, ABF16, ABF32, ABSKB1, AIN10, AHL-500
THOROUGHLY INSPECT YOUR CENTAUR UNIT UPON ARRIVAL
Unpack your Centaur equipment immediately after receipt. If the machine is found to be damaged, save the packaging
material and contact the carrier within fifteen (15) days of delivery and immediately contact your source of the equipment.
You have no recourse to damage after fifteen (15) days of receipt. All Allied Buying Corporation (Centaur) food equipment
was tested for proper operation before leaving our factory.
MANUFACTURER’S LIMITED WARRANTY ON EQUIPMENT INSTALLED IN NORTH AMERICA
Centaur warrants to the original purchaser of new equipment that said equipment, when installed in accordance with our
instructions within North America and subjected to normal use, is free from defects in material or workmanship for a period of
one (1) year from installation or eighteen (18) months from actual shipment date, whichever date occurs first.
THIS WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, WHETHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED. CENTAUR
EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED
WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
CENTAUR’S OBLIGATION AND LIABILITY UNDER THIS WARRANTY IS EXPRESSLY LIMITED TO REPAIRING OR
REPLACING EQUIPMENT, AT CENTAUR’S DISCRETION, WHICH PROVES TO BE DEFECTIVE IN MATERIAL OR
WORKMANSHIP WITHIN THE APPLICABLE WARRANTY PERIOD. All repairs pursuant to this Warranty will be performed
by an Authorized Designated CENTAUR Service Location during normal working hours. IN NO EVENT SHALL CENTAUR
BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES TO BUYER OR ANY THIRD PARTY, INCLUDING,
WITHOUT LIMITATION, LOSS OF PROPERTY, PERSONAL INJURY, LOSS OF BUSINESS OR PROFITS OR OTHER
ECONOMIC LOSSES, OR STATUTORY OR EXEMPLARY DAMAGES, WHETHER IN NEGLIGENCE, WARRANTY,
STRICT LIABILITY, OR OTHERWISE.
This Warranty does not cover product failures caused by: failure to maintain, neglect, abuse, damage due to excess water,
fire, normal wear, improper set up and use. Periodic maintenance is not covered.
This Warranty is not in force until such time as a properly completed and signed installation/warranty registration or an online
registration form has been received by Centaur within thirty (30) days from the date of installation. Register online at www.
globeslicers.com/warranty.asp. Proof of purchase is required if extended more than one (1) year from date of shipment from
factory.
THE FOREGOING WARRANTY PROVISIONS ARE A COMPLETE AND EXCLUSIVE STATEMENT BETWEEN THE
BUYER AND SELLER. CENTAUR NEITHER ASSUMES NOR AUTHORIZES ANY PERSONS TO ASSUME FOR IT ANY
OTHER OBLIGATION OR LIABILITY IN CONNECTION WITH SAID EQUIPMENT.
Example of items not covered under warranty, but not limited to just these items:
1. Acts of God, fire, water damage, burglary, accident, theft.
2. Freight damage.
3. Improper installation or alteration of equipment.
4. Use of generic or aftermarket parts.
5. Repairs made by anyone other than a Centaur designated servicer.
6. Lubrication.
7. Expendable wear parts, knife, stones, rubber boots, belts, blown fuses, lamps.
8. Cleaning of equipment.
9. Misuse or abuse.
WARRANTY REGISTRATION
SCAN THE QR CODE WITH YOUR MOBILE DEVICE OR GO TO
WWW.GLOBESLICERS.COM TO FILL OUT AND SUBMIT YOUR
WARRANTY REGISTRATION.
http://www.globeslicers.com/site/warranty.asp
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