Pepin
Operation & Maintenance
Manual
Table of Contents
St. CROIX FEATURES.............................................................................. 2
INSTALLATION........................................................................................ 3
PREVENTING CHIMNEY FIRES.............................................................. 3
SATISFACTORY PERFORMANCE ......................................................... 3
PELLETS.................................................................................................. 3
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS................................................................. 4
Pre-Lighting Instructions.............................................................. 4
Damper adjustment....................................................................... 5
Lighting Your Stove using the Igniter ....................................... 5
Lighting Your Stove without the Igniter .................................... 6
Shutting the Stove Off .................................................................. 7
Safety Features ....................................................................................... 6
MAINTAINING THE STOVE ..................................................................... 7
Daily Maintenance ........................................................................ 9
Periodic Maintenance ................................................................. 9
Yearly Maintenance ................................................................... 11
TROUBLESHOOTING ........................................................................... 11
WARRANTY ........................................................................................... 12
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Your Dealer Is:
Dear St. Croix Wood Pellet Stove Owner:
Congratulations! Your purchase of a St. Croix wood pellet stove places you among a
select group of individuals who have demonstrated their concern about residential heating
efficiency and our environment.
This owner's manual is designed to help you obtain maximum benefit from your St. Croix
wood pellet stove.
Please read this manual in its entirety BEFORE operating your pellet stove. During the
manufacturing process every effort has been expended to ensure that each St. Croix wood
pellet stove meets the highest quality standards of material and workmanship.
Here are some important aspects of wood pellet stove installation and operation which
you must observe in order to obtain maximum comfort and safety from your new St.
Croix wood pellet stove.
1. Have your new St. Croix wood pellet stove installed by trained, qualified personnel.
2. Use only clean, dry quality wood pellets that are known to burn satisfactorily in your
stove.
3. Faithfully adhere to the maintenance program described in this manual. Thank you
for selecting a St. Croix wood pellet stove as the environmentally preferred answer to
your residential heating needs.
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St. Croix
Pepin Pellet Stove
Features:
30 Lbs. Hopper
Tube
Scraper
Rod
Control
Board
With
Igniter
System
Ash
Shaker
Rod
Large Ash
Pan
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Operation and Maintenance
Of the
Pepin Wood Pellet Stove
SAVE THIS OPERATIONS AND
MAINTENANCE MANUAL
CAUTION: Operate this unit only with the fuel hopper lid closed. Failure to do so
may result in emission of products of combustion from the hopper under certain
conditions. Maintain hopper seal in good condition.
INSTALLATION
Proper installation is essential for safety,
effective operation, warranty coverage,
insurance requirements and to meet local
building codes. Installation requirements are
described in the Installation Manual included
with your new stove.
appropriately sized chimney brush or the
services of a professional chimney sweep are
recommended.
SATISFACTORY PERFORMANCE
The keys to satisfactory performance are: proper
operation of the stove, diligent maintenance and
burning only dry, clean, quality wood pellets.
PREVENTING CHIMNEY FIRES
PELLETS
Chimney fires can be prevented by properly
operating the stove and by periodic
inspection and cleaning of the chimney.
When wood is burned it produces tar and
other organic vapors, which combine with
expelled moisture to form creosote. The
creosote vapors condense in the relatively
cool chimney flue associated with a slow
burning fire. As a result, creosote residue
accumulates on the flue lining. When ignited
this creosote can result in an extremely hot
chimney fire.
The chimney and chimney connector should
be inspected at least once every two months
during the heating season to determine if a
creosote build-up has occurred. If a
significant layer of creosote has accumulated
(3 mm or more) it should be removed to
reduce the risk of a chimney fire. Use of an
Clinkers and ash are a by-product of pellet
combustion and are not caused solely by your
stove. Stove performance can be quickly and
severely reduced if poor quality pellets are used.
Contact your dealer for more information on
APFI approved wood pellet fuels.
NOTE: Pellets with excessive sawdust should
be screened by sifting with 1/4" mesh screening.
Store Pellets under cover on a wooden pallet or
other methods to ensure they do not become rain
soaked or absorb moisture from damp or wet
floors. Do not store pellets within stove
installation clearances or within the space required for ash removal.
The stove is not warranted against damage
caused by poor pellets, incorrect operation, poor
maintenance or incorrect installation.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
A different type of heater. The pellet stove is
neither a cord wood stove nor a furnace. Its
operation and maintenance differ from the traditional wood stove. FOLLOW THESE
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS EXACTLY AS
STATED TO ENSURE SAFE AND RELIABLE
OPERATION.
1. Carefully read this “Operation and Maintenance” manual in its entirety BEFORE lighting
your stove for the first time.
stove could produce dizziness, nausea and in
extreme cases, death.
9. An outside source of combustion air is strongly
recommended and is required on all mobile home
installations. If room air is used to supply
combustion air, room air starvation, operation of
exhaust fans and icing of air vents can adversely
affect proper stove operation.
10. Smoke detectors, installed in the same general
area as the stove, may be activated if the stove door
is left open and smoke is allowed to enter the area.
Combustion Damper
2. Obtain final inspection and approval of
installation from local building officials.
3. Carefully clean all marks off the gold plated
parts before the first fire is lighted. Use a soft
cloth and a “Windex” type cleaner. Caution:
Never use an abrasive cleaner on any plated or
painted parts of the stove.
4. Have your dealer demonstrate all the operational and maintenance steps necessary for proper
use of the stove. Sign and return the warranty
card, to the address listed on the back page.
5. Some odors may be given off during the first
few hours of burning during initial break-in.
These odors are normal and not harmful.
However, ventilating the room until the odors
disappear is recommended.
6. The stove will become HOT while in
operation. Keep children, clothing and furniture
away from all stove surfaces. WARNING: Direct
contact with the stove while operating may
cause skin burns.
7. To avoid the possibility of smoke and/or sparks
entering the room always keep firebox and deashing doors closed whenever the stove is
operating.
8. A certain amount of carbon monoxide may be
produced within the stove as a by-product of
combustion. All exhaust vent connections must
be sealed with RTV silicone to assure a gas tight
seal. Any leaks into a confined area caused by
faulty installation or improper operation of the
Your stove is equipped with an air inlet damper.
Before lighting your stove for the first time READ
the following and adjust this damper accordingly.
The purpose of this damper is to adjust combustion
airflow to match the characteristic of each specific
air inlet and chimney configuration. Adjust the
damper in this manner: Close the damper until you
see a lazy flame. Then open the damper a small
amount and wait several minutes for the burn pot to
adjust. If your stove still burns with a lazy flame
and/or with black smoke curling at the flame edges
you should continue making small adjustments to
the damper until your flame burns cleanly. In some
installations the inlet air damper should be left in the
fully open position (shown in Figure 1A on page 4).
Adjusting the damper during the break in period
is very important (See “Preventing Chimney
Fires” on page 2). Break-in requires the burning of
15 bags of pellets or continuous burn for two weeks.
If during the initial break-in period you experience
difficulty keeping the stove burning or there appears
to be an excessive amount of burning pellets being
evacuated from the burn grate, it may be necessary
to close the damper some more. Once the damper is
fine tuned for settings 1, 2, 3 and 4 the stove will run
fine without having to make a change to the damper
setting unless the stove is run on 5 or 6 for extended
periods of time. It is normal for ash and some sparks
to be continually evacuated from the burn grate. This
is how the grate continuously cleans itself. The
equivalent of a teacup of unburned pellets a day in
the ash pan is considered normal. Further adjustment
may be needed if you continue to have excess pellet
evacuation. If you experience problems adjusting
the stove after the break-in period contact your
dealer.
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Pre-Lighting Instructions
When lighting your stove for the first time or any
time you have run out of pellets you will need to
fill the hopper with pellets. Pellets are fed from
the hopper to the burn pot by an auger. A high
torque motor that is capable of doing
SERIOUS harm to fingers drives the auger.
Keep fingers and other objects away from the
auger.
WARNING: The auger can start at any time
while the stove is running
Air Intake Damper Positioning
Figure 1. Control Box
NOTE: In some cases the stove will operate
properly with the damper almost fully closed.
Fully Closed
Fully Open
Figure 1A. Air Inlet Damper
CAUTION: The ash cleanout rod must be
pushed in to operate the stove. (See ash shaker
rod in stove layout on page 1)
WARNING: The fire door and ash pan doors
must be in the latched position for the igniter
system to work!
Lighting Your Stove using the igniter (Refer
Figure 1)
1. Set the HEAT ADJUST SELECTOR to position 3
and if your stove is equipped with a thermostat, set
the thermostat to a higher setting than room
temperature. Set the rheostat for the room fan to low
setting.
2. If the auger tube is empty place 1/3 cup of pellets
in the burn pot. If the auger tube isn’t empty, do not
add pellets to the burn pot.
3. Turn the RUN/OFF SWITCH to the run position.
This supplies power to the PC control board and for
a period of 10 minutes to the igniter control board.
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4. During the 10-minute period the stove will
feed pellets to the pot while the igniter heats up
and ignites the pellets (usually within 4-6
minutes).
5. If the auger low limit thermodisc doesn’t lock
in during the 10-minute start up cycle, repeat
Steps 1 through 3.
6. After the pellets are burning briskly, set the
HEAT ADJUST SWITCH to position 6. Let the
stove run at high for 30 minutes to bring the stove
up to temperature. After this initial warm up, set
the HEAT ADJUST SWITCH to the desired
setting or set your thermostat to the room
temperature that you want. Adjust the rheostat for
the room fan to the desired speed.
Lighting Your Stove without using the igniter
(Refer Fig. 1)
7. If the fire starts to burn out before the auger low
limit locks in, hold the manual feed button in to
prime the pot.
8. After approximately 3-5 minutes or as soon as the
pellets are burning briskly (red coals); set the HEAT
ADJUST selector (1B) to position 6 (High Burn).
Let the stove run at high setting for at least 30
minutes to bring the stove up to temperature. After
this initial warm-up, set HEAT ADJUST selector
(1B) as per your heating needs OR set your
thermostat to the desired room temperature. Adjust
the rheostat for the room fan to the desired speed.
See your Installation Manual for further information
on thermostatic operation of your stove. NOTE; The
HEAT ADJUST selector (1B) controls the ON/OFF
cycle of the Auger Motor and the speed of the
Combustion Exhaust Fan throughout all six position
settings. Depending upon the particular pellet fuel
being burned, some settings may produce better
results than others.
1. Clean burn grate and ash pan before lighting a
fire.
2. Set the HEAT ADJUST selector (1B) to
position 1 (Low Burn). If your stove is equipped
with a thermostat, set the thermostat to a higher
setting than the room temperature. Set rheostat
for the room fan to low setting.
3. Press the RUN/OFF switch (1E) down to the
RUN position to supply power to the Room Air
Fan, Combustion Exhaust Fan and the SelfCleaning Grate Motor. (Auger runs for 10
minutes during startup.)
4. Place approximately 1/2 cup of fire starter
(such as wax coated shavings) on the burn grate.
CAUTION: Never use liquid or volatile fire
starter to start your stove or start your stove
when volatile liquids are present. AN
EXPLOSION AND SERIOUS INJURY
COULD RESULT.
5. Light the fire starter and add approximately a
cup of pellets to the fire. DO NOT shut the door
completely at this time.
6. After the fire has completely ignited and red
hot coals have formed, SLOWLY EASE the door
shut and push the handle down.
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Figure 2
Reverse side
of control board
Shutting The Stove Off (Refer Figure 1)
1. Press the RUN/OFF switch (1E) down to the
OFF position to turn off the auger fee system; the
fire will go out in a few minutes.
2. As long as the temperature within the stove
remains above 120°F, the Room Air Fan and the
Combustion Exhaust Fan will continue to run at
reduced (low Burn) speed. Meanwhile the SelfCleaning Grate continues to run at normal
operating speed. When the temperature within the
stove drops below 120°F, the Room Air Fan,
Combustion Exhaust Fan and the Self-Cleaning
Grate Motor will turn off.
3. NEVER unplug the stove to shut it off.
Doing so may cause a significant amount of
smoke to enter the room.
SAFETY FEATURES
1. OVERHEATING. An overheat safety switch
will shut off the fuel feed if the stove reaches a
temperature above normal operating temperature.
The stove will need to be manually relit. Allow
the stove to cool for 45 minutes before relighting.
If this condition repeats, call your dealer for a
service inspection.
6. The St. Croix wood pellet stove has been safety
tested by an accredited, independent laboratory.
WARNING: These safety features are
designed to protect life and property.
Bypassing these features voids all
warranties and the safety listing of
the stove.
MAINTAINING THE STOVE
Daily Maintenance
The stove requires a minimum amount of daily
maintenance. Required maintenance depends largely
upon the quality of pellet fuel burned and the rate of
burn. The amount of daily maintenance will increase
if fuel quality decreases and/or the burning rate of
pellets increases.
2. FAN LIMIT. Turns the room fan to high when
the temperature in the air jacket goes above
170°F.
3. LOW LIMIT. A “Low Limit” safety switch
supplies power to the Room Air Fan, Combustion
Exhaust Fan and the Self-Cleaning Grate Motor
while the temperatures within the stove remain
above 120°F if the RUN/OFF switch (1E) is
switched to the OFF position.
4. LOW LIMIT FOR AUGER MOTOR. Shuts
auger off if the fire goes out in the burn pot for
any reason.
5. PRESSURE SWITCH. If the exhaust venting
system becomes clogged or obstructed, the fuel
feed will shut down. When stove cools, follow
instructions on page 9 “Periodic Maintenance”,
point 6.
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Figure 3
NOTE: FAILURE TO KEEP YOUR STOVE
CLEAN, AS DESCRIBED IN THIS
MANUAL, COULD RESULT IN POOR
OPERATION,
INEFFICIENT
FUEL
USAGE AND A POSSIBLE SAFETY
HAZARD! IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY
TO DETERMINE NEEDED MAINTENANCE FREQUENCY.
All models are equipped with the Self-Cleaning
Grate. The benefit of this feature is that the stove
can operate for several days, with most fuels,
without the grate requiring cleaning. If the flame
becomes dark orange, is accompanied by black
smoke or burns with a lazy motion - it’s time to
clean the grate. Remember, cleaning frequency
may change dramatically from one fuel to
another. Pellets with high ash content or that have
increased amounts of impurities or high moisture
content will require more frequent cleaning.
When you first operate your stove or
whenever you change fuels check to determine
needed cleaning frequency.
1. Check grate bottom (See figure 3) to determine
if holes are plugged. Clean as needed. With
proper precautions the grate may be partially
cleaned while the stove is hot. Follow these steps:
(CAUTION: THE DOOR AND FRONT
PART OF THE STOVE WILL BE HOT. DO
NOT TOUCH ANY PART OF THE STOVE
THAT IS HOT!).
a. Wear a leather glove that covers the lower arm.
b. Turn the auger feed system OFF and allow the
flame to subside to glowing coals.
c. Open the firebox door slowly to prevent
drawing ash or odors into the room.
d. Use the “scraper” provided to move the
burning pellets to one side of the grate, leaving
the ash in the bottom of the grate.
e. Rake the ash out over the grate into the ash
pan.
f. Rake the burning pellets across the bottom of the
grate.
g. Close the door.
h. Turn the auger feed system back ON and check to
see if the stove continues to burn. If the stove does
not relight, immediately shut down the stove by
returning the auger feed system to the OFF position.
Let the stove cool and relight the fire.
CAUTION: NEVER ADD FIRE STARTER TO
A HOT STOVE.
2. Remove ash buildup under the grate bottom daily.
(See figure 3 on previous page. Ash shaker system.)
Clean the ashes out from under the burn pot by
pulling the ash cleanout rod in and out several times.
CAUTION: The ash cleanout rod must be pushed
all the way in during operation of the unit.
Failure to keep this area clean could result in a
safety hazard.
3. Check ash pan (See stove lay-out on page 1)
to determine emptying frequency needed.
NOTE: Do not use a vacuum cleaner for this
purpose. Hot coals may cause your vacuum
filter to catch fire. Place ashes in a metal
container with a tight fitting lid. The closed
container of ashes should be placed on a
noncombustible floor or on the ground, well
away from all combustible materials, pending
final disposal. If the ashes are disposed of by
burial in soil or otherwise locally dispersed, they
should be retained in the closed container for at
least two days until all cinders have thoroughly
cooled.
4. Check exhaust clean outs (Figure 4). Use
scraper shown in (Figure 3) to scrape ash into
ash pan. IT IS CRITICAL THAT YOU KEEP
ASH CLEAN OUT CLEAN FOR SATISFACTORY PERFORMANCE.
5. Once or twice daily pull the Heat Exchange
Tube Scraper, (See stove lay-out on page 1) out
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and back to clean heat exchange tubes.
Failure to operate the tube scraper daily may
result in poor combustion and loss of heat
output. This should be done when the stove is
cool or operating on the low temperature
setting.
6. The rate of burn and the quality of fuel will
determine how often the window needs
cleaning. Prolonged burning at a slow burn
rate will result in the need for more frequent
window cleaning. Burning poor fuel also
increases the need to clean the window.
Cooling the stove and wiping the window
daily with a cloth or paper towel will
normally
keep
the
window
from
accumulating difficult to clean residue. Use
of a glass cleaner ONLY permitted when the
stove is cold.
CAUTION: Do not slam the door. Do not
operate the stove with a broken or cracked
glass. Replace only with heat resistant
ceramic glass supplied by the manufacturer.
7. Burn the stove at the HI fuel setting for at
least 20 to 30 minutes each day. This helps
keep the window, ceraboard and firebox area
clean. A daily high burn also aids in
maintaining the overall efficiency and
performance of the stove.
2. The Pepin has 2 exhaust cleanouts located
below the rear ceraboard. Remove covers
and clean regularly. (See figure 4 on page
9.)
3. Clean burn grate holes at least weekly,
remove the burn grate. Use a small metal
object to clean out plugged holes. (See
figure 3 on page 6.)
4. Remove the baffle and clean the ashes that
accumulate on a regular basis. Once a month
or sooner, depending on the quality of fuel
being used (See figure 5 on page 9.)
5. Periodic cleaning of the exhaust system is
required. Under certain conditions creosote
buildup may occur rapidly. Low quality
pellets and poor installations require more
frequent chimney cleanings. See Page 2
“Preventing Chimney Fires”. The products
of combustion will also contain small
particles of fly ash. The fly ash will collect
in the exhaust vent and restrict the flow of
the flue gases. Judge the frequency of
cleaning by checking the amount of ash that
accumulates in the elbows or tee’s of the
exhaust system. Ask the dealer for suggested
frequency of cleaning, equipment needed
and procedures for cleaning. Check the
exhaust system at least once every two
months during the heating season.
Periodic Maintenance
CAUTION: Periodic maintenance should
only be done while the stove is shut off and
cold.
1. Empty the ash pan when it appears full
(may range from 3 to 4 weeks). The
frequency of cleaning the ash pan will
depend on the quality and amount of
pellets being used. Carefully check to
make sure the ash pan door is tightly
closed after each opening.
6. Periodically inspect the condition of the rope
gasket around the door, window and ash
door. Replace as needed.
Many dealers offer a Service Contract that will
cover needed periodic and yearly maintenance.
Contact your St. Croix dealer for assistance in
maintaining your stove in top condition.
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Figure 4 shows the location of the ash traps.
Frequency of cleaning depends on the amount
of fuel being burnt and the quality of the pellets.
Fuel with low ash content is recommended.
Failure to clean the ash traps can cause the
stove to become plugged with fly ash.
Figure 4.
Figure 5 shows how the baffle is removed from
the stove. Clean the baffle on a regular basis.
Frequency of cleaning depends on amount of
fuel being burnt and the quality of the pellets.
Fuel with low ash content is recommended.
Failure to clean the baffle can cause the stove
to become plugged with fly ash.
To remove the baffle, lift the back of the baffle
(1A) up to clear the inner back of the stove and
slide towards the front of the stove. The baffle
will slide out of the keyhole slots (1B) and drop
down. When putting the baffle back in the
stove, make sure the screws are in the keyhole
slots and the back of the baffle is lifted up over
the inner back.
Figure 5
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Yearly Maintenance
Yearly maintenance is designed to assure safe
operation, prolong the life of the stove and help
preserve its aesthetic appeal.
1. Spring Shutdown. After the last burn in the
spring, cool the stove. Remove all pellets
from the hopper and the auger. Thoroughly
clean the burn grate, burn grate box, ash pan
and ash traps behind the ash pan. (To locate
the ash traps see figure 4)
2. The exhaust system should be thoroughly
cleaned at least annually. Call your dealer for
this service.
3. The motor/fan area behind the firebox and
under the hopper should be vacuumed
annually.
4. NOTE: UNPLUG THE STOVE. Open the
side panels of the stove. Carefully clean or
vacuum any sawdust, cobwebs and household
dust. Carefully vacuum around the fan
motors. If electrical wires become
disconnected call your dealer for service.
5. The exhaust fan should be removed and
cleaned annually. Call dealer for this service.
Annual oiling of the motors is not
recommended except for the convection fan.
Fan can easily be removed to access oil ports.
6.
Fall Startup. Prior to lighting the first fire
check the outside area around the exhaust and
air intake systems for obstructions. Try all
controls to see that they are working prior to
lighting a fire.
7. The Versa Grate System needs to be
lubricated once a year with some High Temp
Anti Seize to prevent the parts from
“squealing”. Add some anti seize to the Cam
and rod at the both bushings.
Figure 7.
Versa Grate System
TROUBLESHOOTING
The stove is very trouble free in operation when
properly maintained and quality pellets are used.
When the stove fails to operate properly,
troubleshooting by the operator of the stove is
limited to proper cleaning of the stove and the
exhaust system, proper control setting and pellet
quality.
CAUTION: The electrical components of the stove
are not owner serviceable. Call your dealer for
proper diagnosis of electrical problems and service
to those components.
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St. Croix Pellet Stove
WARRANTY
The wood pellet stove and insert manufactured by Even Temp, Inc. is warranted for five (5)
years, to the original owner, against defects and workmanship on all steel parts (excluding the
burn grate) and one (1) year on electrical components from the date of sale to the original owner.
There specifically is no warranty on the paint, glass, burn grate, cera board and all gaskets. There
is no written or implied performance warranty on the stove, as the manufacturer has no control
over the installation, daily operations, maintenance or the type of fuel burned.
This warranty will not apply if the stove has not been installed, operated and maintained in strict
accordance with the manufacturer's instructions. Burning other than high quality wood pellets that
meet A.P.F.I. specifications may cause stove damage and could void the warranty.
The warranty does not cover damage or breakage due to misuse, improper handling or
modifications.
A warranty registration card is provided. The card is to be checked and signed and returned to
factory, by the owner. Appropriate information is to be noted on the card.
All claims under this warranty must be made through the dealer where the stove was purchased.
If an inspection by the dealer indicates that a warranty claim is justified, and that all conditions of
this warranty have been met, the manufacturer's total responsibilities and liabilities shall be to
repair or replace, at the manufacturer's option, the defective part(s). All costs of removal,
shipment to and from the dealer or manufacturer, any losses during shipment and reinstallation
and any other losses due to the stove being removed shall be covered by the owner of the stove.
NEITHER THE MANUFACTURER, NOR THE SUPPLIERS TO THE PURCHASER,
ACCEPT RESPONSIBILITY, LEGAL OR OTHERWISE, FOR THE INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGE TO PROPERTY OR PERSONS RESULTING FROM THE
USE OF THIS PRODUCT. ANY WARRANTY IMPLIED BY LAW, INCLUDING BUT NOT
LIMITED TO IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS, SHALL
BE LlMITED TO ONE (1) YEAR FROM THE DATE OF ORIGINAL PURCHASE. WHEN A
CLAIM IS MADE AGAINST THE MANUFACTURER BASED ON THE BREACH OF THIS
WARRANTY OR ANY OTHER TYPE OF WARRANTY EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED BY
LAW, MANUFACTURER SHALL IN NO EVENT BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL,
INDIRECT, CONSEQUENTIAL OR OTHER DAMAGES OF ANY NATURE
WHATSOEVER IN EXCESS OF THE ORIGINAL PURCHASE PRICE OF THIS PRODUCT.
ALL WARRANTIES BY MANUFACTURER ARE SET FORTH HEREIN AND NO CLAIM
SHALL BE MADE AGAINST MANUFACTURER ON ANY ORAL WARRANTY OR
REPRESENTATION.
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, or
limitations of implied warranties, therefore the limitations of exclusions set forth in this warranty
may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may have other
rights, which vary from state to state.
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Even Temp, Inc.
P.O. Box 127
Waco, NE 68460
PHONE: 402-728-5255
FAX: 402-728-5379
EMAIL: SUPPORT@EVENTEMPINC.COM
WEB ADDRESS: www.eventempinc.com
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