Model Information
Contents
Features
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Electronic Controls
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Refrigerator Features
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Freezer Features
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Operation
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Care and Cleaning
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Troubleshooting
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Warranty
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The model and serial numbers are located on the serial plate,
which is located in the refrigerator on the left side behind the
pull-out tray. Please complete the information below for
future reference and warranty purposes:
Model Number
Serial Number
Installation Date
Dealer’s Name
Dealer’s Phone Number
For authorized service, please call 877.427.3290. Warranty
service must be performed by authorized service. BlueStar also
recommends using authorized service if service is required
after the warranty expires.
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Safety Information
Renseignements sur la sécurité
Please read and obey the following types of safety messages to
ensure your refrigerator is installed and operated as safely as
possible:
Veuillez lire et observer les types suivants de messages de
sécurité pour vous assurer que votre réfrigérateur est installé
et utilisé de la façon la plus sécurisée possible :
DANGER
Will cause serious injury or death if instructions are not
followed.
WARNING
Can cause serious injury or death if instructions are not
followed.
CAUTION
Can cause minor injury or product damage if instructions are
not followed.
WARNING
Electrical Shock Hazard
Follow these basic precautions:
 Plug into a grounded three-prong outlet.
 Do not remove ground prong.
 Do not use an adapter.
 Do not use an extension cord.
 Disconnect power before servicing.
 Replace all parts and panels before operating.
 Remove doors from your old refrigerator.
 Use nonflammable cleaner.
 Keep flammable materials and vapors, such as gasoline,
away from refrigerator.
 Use two or more people to move and install refrigerator.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death,
electrical shock, or fire.
DANGER
Provoque des blessures graves, voire la mort, si les
instructions ne sont pas observées.
AVERTISSEMENT
Peut entraîner des blessures graves, voire la mort, si les
instructions ne sont pas observées.
MISE EN GARDE
Peut entraîner des blessures légères ou des dommages sur
produit si les instructions ne sont pas observées.
AVERTISSEMENT
Risque de choc électrique
Observer les précautions de base suivantes
 Brancher l'appareil à une prise triphasée mise à la terre.
 Ne pas retirer la broche de mise à la terre.
 Ne pas utiliser d'adaptateur.
 Ne pas utiliser de rallonge.
 Débrancher l'alimentation avant l'entretien.
 Remettre en place toutes les pièces et tous les panneaux
avant d'utiliser le produit.
 Déposer les portes de votre ancien réfrigérateur.
 Utiliser un nettoyant ininflammable.
 Garder les matières et les vapeurs inflammables, comme
l'essence, à l'écart du réfrigérateur.
 Deux personnes ou plus doivent déplacer et installer le
réfrigérateur.
Le non-respect de ces instructions peut entraîner la mort, un
choc électrique ou un incendie.
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Safety Information
Renseignements sur la sécurité
DANGER
Suffocation Hazard
Remove doors from old refrigerators. Failure to follow these
instructions can cause death or brain damage.
Important: Child entrapment and
suffocation are not problems of the
past. Junked or abandoned
refrigerators are still dangerous even
if they will sit for a few days. Before
you throw away your old
refrigerator or freezer, do the
following:
 Take off the doors.
 Leave the shelves in place so that
children may not easily climb
inside.
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DANGER
Risque d'étouffement
Déposer les portes des anciens réfrigérateurs. Le non-respect
de ces instructions peut entraîner la mort ou des lésions
cérébrales.
Important : Le coincement et
l'étouffement des enfants ne sont
pas des problèmes du passé. Les
réfrigérateurs mis au rebut ou
abandonnés restent dangereux
même s'ils doivent reposer pendant
quelques jours. Avant de jeter votre
ancien réfrigérateur ou congélateur,
observez les consignes suivantes:
 Déposer les portes.
 Laisser les étagères en place pour que les enfants ne
puissent pas grimper facilement à l'intérieur.
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Features
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Electronic Control
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Air Filter
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Glass Shelves
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Pull-out Tray
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Deli Drawer
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Crisper Drawer
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Dairy Bins
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Door Bins
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Ice Maker
10 Freezer Bins
11 Water Filter (behind top grille)
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Electronic Control
Home Screen
Main Options
Displays the freezer and refrigerator temperatures.
Swipe right or left to access the main options.
Max Ice
Increases ice production by 50%. Returns to
normal ice production after 24 hours. When Max
Ice is activated, the icon is illuminated.
Water Filter
Change Temperature Setting
Press and hold either the refrigerator or freezer temperature
setting for two seconds. After two seconds, the control will
display the temperature setting with up and down arrows.
Press the up or down arrow to establish the new temperature
setting. Press and hold the new setting for two seconds to
confirm it. Once the new setting is confirmed, the control will
default to the home screen.
Resets the water filter. Press and hold for two
seconds to reset the filter. The remaining
percentage is displayed to the right of the icon.
Sabbath Mode
Enables or disables Sabbath mode. Press and hold
for two seconds to enable Sabbath mode. When
Sabbath mode is enabled, the home screen will
display the icon. Press and hold for two seconds to
disable Sabbath mode.
Refrigerator
Settings
Accesses the settings options.
Freezer
Setting Options
Ice Maker
Turns the ice maker off or on. The ice maker is
shipped on with the bale arm on the ice maker in
the on (lowest) position. When the ice maker is on,
the icon is illuminated.
Alarm
Turns the audible door and high temperature
alarm off or on.
Fahrenheit or Celsius
Changes the temperature scale. Press to toggle
between Fahrenheit and Celsius. The selected scale
is illuminated.
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Electronic Control
Refrigerator Features
Important Information
Alarms
Door Alarm
Sounds continuously when the refrigerator or freezer door is
open for more than five minutes. Shut the refrigerator or
freezer door to stop the alarm.
High Temperature Alarm
Sounds continuously when either the refrigerator temperature
exceeds 50° or the freezer exceeds 20° for more than three
hours. The home screen will flash a series of dashes in place of
the refrigerator and/or freezer temperature until the
temperature reaches the set temperature.
Service
The electronic control continually manages the refrigerator’s
operating system. If there is an issue with the operating system,
the home screen will display “Call for Service” and a series of
dashes will flash in place of the refrigerator and freezer
temperatures. Please call 877.427.3920 to schedule a service
call.
Glass shelves and drawers are heavy as they are made of glass
and metal. Use special care when removing them to avoid
impact from dropping.
Glass Shelves
These spill proof shelves adjust to meet individual needs and
create an invisible barrier to contain spills.
Important Information
Do not clean glass with warm water when it is cold. Glass may
break if exposed to sudden temperature changes or impact,
such as bumping. For your protection, tempered glass is
designed to shatter into many small, pebble-size pieces, which
is normal.
 Remove: Lift the front of the shelf with one hand while
supporting the back with the other hand. Lift the back of
the shelf out of the shelf support. Pull the shelf straight
out.
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Replace: Guide the rear shelf hooks into the shelf
supports. Tilt the front of the shelf up until the rear shelf
hooks drop in the shelf supports. Lower the front the of
shelf and check to make sure that the shelf is securely in
position.
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Refrigerator Features
Pull-Out Tray
 Remove: Pull the tray forward until it stops. Remove the
glass by lifting it from underneath the tray. Remove the
Phillips screws from both sides of the tray (near the front).
Slide the tray forward to release it from the rear hooks on
the slides.
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Dairy and Door Bins

Remove: Lift the bin up and pull it out.

Replace: Place the bin over the pegs in the door and lower
it in place. Check to make sure the bin is securely in
position.
Replace: Extend the slides. Align the tray on the slides and
push back until the tray engages the rear hooks on the
slides. Replace the Phillips screws on both sides of the tray
(near the front). Do not over-tighten the screws. Set glass
on top of the tray.
If placing a door bin in the lowest position, confirm the
two pegs are engaged on each side and the bottom of the
door bin does not hang below the side walls.
Deli and Crisper Drawers

Remove: Pull the drawer forward until it stops. Remove
the Phillips screws from both sides of the drawer (near the
front). Slide the drawer forward to release it from the rear
hooks on the slides.
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Replace: Extend the slides. Align the drawer on the slides
and push back until the drawer engages the rear hooks on
the slides. Replace the Phillips screws on both sides of the
drawer (near the front). Do not over-tighten the screws.
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Freezer Features
Upper Drawer
Ice Maker
Important Information
Drawers are heavy as they are made of metal. Use special care
when removing them to avoid impact from dropping.


Remove: Pull the drawer forward until it stops. Remove
the Phillips screws from both sides of the drawer (near the
front). Slide the drawer forward to release it from the rear
hooks on the slides.
Replace: Extend the slides. Align the drawer on the slides
and push back until the drawer engages the rear hooks on
the slides. Replace the Phillips screws on both sides of the
drawer (near the front). Do not over-tighten the screws.
The ice maker will produce approximately 2 1/2 pounds of ice
every 24 hours.
When the refrigerator is shipped, the ice maker setting in the
electronic control is on and the bale arm on the ice maker is in
the on (lowest) position. Both the electronic control and the
bale arm must be on for the ice maker to produce ice.
On
Off
After initially connecting the ice maker to the water line,
discard the first two full pans of ice as the ice may contain air
or impurities from the water line.
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Operation
Top Grille
The top grille lifts up for easy access to the power switch (on
the right) and the water filter (on the left). Lift the top grille by
pulling out the bottom edge of the grille and rotating it
upwards.
Water Filter
WARNING
To reduce the risk associated with the ingestion of
contaminants, DO NOT use with water that is
microbiologically unsafe or of unknown quality without
adequate disinfection before or after the system. Systems
certified for cyst reduction may be used on disinfected water
that may container filterable cysts.
EPA Establishment 070595-MEX-001.
AVERTISSEMENT
Power Switch
The power switch turns your refrigerator off or on.
Pour réduire le risque lié à l'ingestion de contaminants, NE PAS
utiliser une eau qui ne soit pas sûre d'un point de vue
microbiologique ou dont la qualité est inconnue sans une
désinfection adéquate avant ou après le système. Les
systèmes certifiés en matière de réduction des kystes peuvent
être utilisés pour l'eau désinfectée qui peut contenir des
kystes filtrables.
Établissement EPA 070595-MEX-001.
The water filter, AP2-200G, supplies filtered water to the ice
maker and is located behind the top grille. The filter is rated for
200 gallons or six months, whichever comes first.
A copy of the water filter data sheet is included with the filter
and can also be found at bluestarcooking.com.
When using the water filter for the first time, discard the first
two full pans of ice as the ice may contain air or impurities from
the water line.
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Operation
Replacement Filters
Air Filter
Important Information
Read and follow instructions before installation and use of this
system. Change the water filter at the recommended interval;
the water filter MUST be replaced every six months or sooner.
Failure to replace the water filter at the recommended
intervals may lead to reduced water filter performance and
failure of the water filter, causing property damage from water
leakage or flooding.
The air filter is located in the fan cover on the back wall of the
refrigerator and is rated for six months.
Replacement filters can be ordered at bluestarcooking.com or
by calling customer service at 877.427.3920.
When the water filter needs to be replaced, the home screen
will display the water filter icon until the water filter is reset.
1.
Lift up the top grille to access the water filter.

Remove: Pull the tab on the filter towards the right.

Replace: Remove the filter from the packaging. Align the
filter with the opening and slide it into the fan cover.
Replacement filters can be ordered at bluestarcooking.com or
by calling customer service at 877.427.3920.
Lighting
Interior lighting in the refrigerator, deli and crisper drawers,
and freezer is provided by LEDs. In the event one needs to be
replaced, call 877.427.3920 to schedule a service call.
Sabbath Mode
Enable Sabbath mode on the electronic control.
2.
Rotate the old filter counterclockwise a half turn and pull
out. It is normal for a small amount of water to drip when
the filter is removed. Wipe it up with a cloth or paper
towel.
3.
Remove the filter from the packaging.
4.
Insert the new filter and rotate it clockwise a half turn.
5.
Lower the top grille.
6.
Press and hold the water filter icon on the main options
screen for two seconds to reset the water filter.
7.
Discard the first two full pans of ice as the ice may contain
air or impurities from the water line.

Swipe the display right or left to access the main options
screen.

Press and hold the Sabbath mode icon for two seconds.
When Sabbath mode is enabled, the home screen will
display the icon.

Press and hold the Sabbath icon on the home screen for
two seconds to disable Sabbath mode.
Vacation
For extended vacations, do the following:

Turn the refrigerator off using the power switch, located
behind the top grille on the right.

Turn off the water supply to the refrigerator.

Empty the refrigerator, including the ice pan.

Block the doors open to let air circulate and keep the
interior dry.
If the water filter will not be used, a bypass plug is not
necessary as there is an internal bypass circuit, which
eliminates the need for a separate plug.
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Care and Cleaning
Cleaning
Before cleaning, turn the refrigerator off using the power
switch, located behind the top grille. When finished cleaning,
turn the refrigerator on.
Stainless Steel Doors and Interior
Use a non-abrasive stainless steel cleaner and a soft cloth.
Always follow the grain of the stainless steel.
Condenser
CAUTION
Electrical Shock Hazard
Turn power off before cleaning condenser. Vacuum in the
direction of the fins to avoid damaging condenser fins. Failure
to follow these instructions can result in death, electrical
shock, or fire.
MISE EN GARDE
Painted Doors and Other Surfaces
Use a mild solution of soap and water and a soft cloth.
Risque de choc électrique
Mettre le réfrigérateur hors tension avant de nettoyer le
condenseur. Aspirer dans le sens des ailettes du condenseur
pour éviter de les endommager. Le non-respect de ces
instructions peut entraîner la mort, un choc électrique ou un
incendie.
Clean the condenser every three to six months to ensure
proper operation.
1.
Lift up the top grille and turn the power off. The condenser
is on the left.
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2.
Use a soft bristle brush and vacuum to remove dust and
lint from the condenser. Vacuum in the direction of the
fins to avoid damaging the condenser.
3.
Turn the power on and lower the top grille.
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Troubleshooting
The refrigerator makes unusual noises.
The ice maker is not making ice.


Confirm the ice maker setting on the electronic control is
on and the bale arm on the ice maker is in the on (lowest)
position.
The following noises are normal:

Buzzing when the water valve opens to fill the ice
maker

Clattering when ice is dropped from the ice maker
into the stainless steel pan

Confirm the ice maker has been on for at least 24 hours.

Verify the freezer temperature is 0°F.
Whirring when the fans are operating

Confirm water to the refrigerator is turned on.

Verify the water filter has been replaced and installed
correctly.
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The refrigerator will not operate.


Confirm the power switch, located behind the top grille, is
on.
Confirm the circuit breaker and electrical power to the
refrigerator are on.
The ice is sticking together in the ice bin.

It is normal for ice to stick together if it has not been used
frequently. Empty the ice bin.
The lights are not working.
The ice has a bad taste and/or odor.


Throw away ice if it has not been used in a long time.

Clean the freezer compartment.

Verify the water filter has been replaced and installed
correctly.
Verify the doors are closed. If doors were left open, the
lights turn off after ten minutes to eliminate excess heat.
The refrigerator seems to run too much or the temperature is
too warm.

If a large load of food was added, doors were opened
frequently, or doors were left open, the compressors and
fans will run to maintain the set temperature.

Verify the doors are closed or closing properly.

Confirm there are no tears in the gaskets. If there are tears
in the gaskets, call service at 877.427.3290.

Confirm whether the room temperature is hotter than
normal. Increased ambient temperatures may cause
compressors to run longer.
The refrigerator has an odor.

Confirm food is adequately covered as uncovered food
could create odors.

Clean the refrigerator thoroughly.
If assistance is still required, please call service at
877.427.3290.
There is condensation, frost, or ice on the inside of the
refrigerator and/or freezer.

Verify the doors are closed.

Confirm there are no tears in the gaskets. If there are tears
in the gaskets, call service at 877.427.3290.
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Limited Warranty
Who Is Providing The Warranty? Prizer-Painter Stove Works,
Inc. (“Prizer-Painter”) warrants the parts of your BlueStar®
refrigeration appliance (“Product”) as described below.
Floor Models Not Used For Demonstration. There is no
cosmetic warranty of any kind for floor models. All other
applicable Warranties apply from the date of purchase.
Who Does This Warranty Cover? This Warranty covers the
owner of the residence in which the Product is installed, and his
or her spouse (“Owner”).
Floor Models Used For Demonstration. Floor models used for
demonstration are covered by a ninety (90) day limited parts
warranty only, from the date of installation. There is no service
or cosmetic warranty of any kind for floor models.
What Products Does this Warranty Cover? This Warranty
applies only to BlueStar® refrigeration appliances purchased in
the continental U.S. and Canada and installed in residential
properties only for normal residential use. The Product must be
installed by a trained technician for the Warranty to apply.
Damages resulting from self-installations and/or installations or
product mountings inconsistent with the Product specifications
void this Warranty. This Warranty is also void if the original
factory installed serial number is altered or removed from the
Product.
Exceptions. The replacement of a part or Product under this
Warranty does not extend the Warranty period. None of these
Warranty periods continues if the Product is removed from the
location where it was originally installed. Warranty service in
areas beyond a 30 mile radius from an authorized BlueStar®
retailer or service provider may require certain costs to the
consumer.
What Problems Does this Warranty Not Cover? This Warranty
does not cover, and specifically excludes:
What Products Does this Warranty Not Cover? This Warranty
does not cover Products installed or used in any commercial or
other non-residential property such as, but not limited to, day
care facilities, hotels, motels, inns, and nursing homes. This
Warranty does not cover Products installed outside the U.S. or
Canada.

Damage caused by shipping.

Normal adjustments after installation and setup.

Normal wear, care, and maintenance of the Product as
described in the Use and Care Guide.

Replacement water filters.
What Does this Warranty Provide? Subject to the specific
conditions and limitations below, this Warranty covers parts
and labor necessary to repair or replace any part of the Product
that contains defects in materials and workmanship that
appear under normal use and maintenance of refrigeration
appliances in residential properties.

Damage or repairs caused by alterations or modifications,
abuse, misuse, neglect, or improper installation, mounting,
handling, operation, maintenance or storage.

Accidental or intentional damage.

Damage or repairs caused by unauthorized service or
repairs, including unauthorized adjustments or calibrations
performed on the Product.

Damage or repairs as a result of natural disasters, fires,
floods, earthquakes, winds, lightning, corrosive
atmosphere, loss of electrical power to the Product for any
reason, or other conditions beyond Prizer-Painter’s
control.

Damage or repairs caused by alteration for outdoor use.

Damage or repairs caused by the use of harsh chemicals or
cleaning products improperly applied.
Two Year Warranty. For two (2) years from the date of
installation, this Warranty covers all parts and labor necessary
to repair or replace any part on the Product that proves
defective.
Five Year Warranty--Sealed System. For five (5) years from the
date of installation, this Warranty covers all parts and labor on
the compressor, condenser, evaporator, drier and all
connecting tubing.
Thirteen Year Limited Warranty –Sealed System. For thirteen
(13) years from the date of installation, the compressor,
condenser, evaporator, drier, and all connecting tubing are
covered by a limited parts only warranty.
Cosmetic Component Warranty. This Warranty covers visible
chips, scratches and dents for sixty (60) days from the
installation date of the Product by the original purchaser.
Cosmetic components include stainless steel and painted
doors, handles, and surfaces.
How Can An Owner Obtain Warranty Service? All Warranty
claims must be submitted to Prizer Painter Customer Service by
calling 877.427.3290 prior to the expiration of the applicable
Warranty periods set forth above.
How Do I Register for the Warranty? TO REGISTER, please
visit www.bluestarcooking.com/support/product-registration,
or call Customer Service (877.427.3290) for assistance.
For further information about this warranty,
contact Prizer Painter Customer Service at 877.427.3290.
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Limited Warranty
California and Quebec Residents. Failure by California and
Quebec residents to register does not diminish warranty rights.
LIMITATIONS ON LIABILITY. This Warranty is in lieu of all other
express warranties. ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING
BUT NOT LIMITED TO WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY
AND FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE LIMITED TO THE
DURATION OF THIS WARRANTY. Some states and provinces do
not allow limitations on implied warranties, so the above
limitations may not apply to you.
THE OWNER AND PRIZER-PAINTER AGREE THAT THE
REMEDIES SET OUT HEREIN ARE THE OWNER’S EXCLUSIVE
REMEDIES FOR BREACH OF ALL WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR
IMPLIED.
WHETHER ANY CLAIM IS BASED ON NEGLIGENCE OR OTHER
TORT, BREACH OF WARRANTY OR BREACH OF CONTRACT, OR
ANY OTHER TORT THEORY, PRIZER-PAINTER SHALL IN NO
EVENT BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR
SPECIAL DAMAGES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO EXTRA
UTILITY EXPENSES, SHIPPING COSTS RELATED TO REPAIR OR
REPLACEMENT OF ANY PRODUCT OR DAMAGES TO
PROPERTY, RESULTING FROM BREACH OF THIS WARRANTY
OR ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY. Some states and provinces do
not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or
consequential damages, so this provision may not apply to you.
This Limited Warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you
may also have other rights that may vary from state to state or
province to province.
Where Can Any Legal Remedies Be Pursued? Please read
carefully the Arbitration Clause and its Provisions, which affect
your legal rights. The Arbitration Clause is also available on
Prizer-Painter’s website.
ARBITRATION CLAUSE. IMPORTANT. PLEASE REVIEW THIS
ARBITRATION CLAUSE. IT AFFECTS YOUR LEGAL RIGHTS.
1. Parties: This arbitration clause affects your rights against
Prizer-Painter Stove Works, Inc. and any of its affiliates or
employees or agents, successors, or assigns, all of whom
together are referred to as “we” or “us” for ease of reference.
2. ARBITRATION REQUIREMENT: EXCEPT AS STATED BELOW,
ANY DISPUTE BETWEEN YOU AND ANY OF US SHALL BE
DECIDED BY NEUTRAL, BINDING ARBITRATION RATHER THAN
IN COURT OR BY JURY TRIAL. “Dispute” will be given the
broadest possible meaning allowable by law. It includes any
dispute, claim, or controversy arising from or relating to your
purchase of a Prizer-Painter Product, any warranty upon the
unit, or the unit’s condition. It also includes determination of
the scope or applicability of this Arbitration Clause. The
arbitration requirement applies to claims in contract and tort,
pursuant to statue, or otherwise.
3. CLASS-ARBITRATION WAIVER: ARBITRATION IS HANDLED
ON AN INDIVIDUAL BASIS. IF A DISPUTE IS ARBITRATED, YOU
EXPRESSLY WAIVE ANY RIGHT TO PARTICIPATE AS A CLASS
REPRESENTATIVE OR CLASS MEMBER ON ANY CLASS CLAIM
YOU MAY HAVE AGAINST US, OR AS A PRIVATE ATTORNEY
GENERAL OR IN ANY OTHER REPRESENTATIVE CAPACITY. YOU
ALSO WAIVE ANY RIGHT TO CLASS ARBITRATION OR ANY
CONSOLIDATION OF INDIVIDUAL ARBITRATIONS.
4. Discovery and Other Rights: Discovery and rights to appeal
in arbitration are generally more limited than in a lawsuit. This
applies to both you and us. Other rights that you or we would
have in court may not be available in arbitration. Please read
this Arbitration Clause and consult the rules of the arbitration
organizations listed below for more information.
5. SMALL CLAIMS COURT OPTION: YOU MAY CHOOSE TO
LITIGATE ANY DISPUTE BETWEEN YOU AND ANY OF US IN
SMALL CLAIMS COURT, RATHER THAN IN ARBITRATION, IF
THE DISPUTE MEETS ALL REQUIREMENTS TO BE HEARD IN
SMALL CLAIMS COURT.
6. OPTING OUT OF THIS ARBITRATION CLAUSE: YOU MAY
OPT OUT OF THIS ARBITRATION CLAUSE WITHIN 60 DAYS OF
PURCHASE, IF YOU INFORM PRIZER-PAINTER IN WRITING, VIA
REGISTERED MAIL (PRIZER-PAINTER, 318 June Ave., Blandon,
PA 19510) THAT YOU ARE OPTING OUT. There is no other
procedure to opt out. Opting out of this Arbitration Clause will
not affect your other rights under this warranty.
7. Governing Law: The procedures and effect of the arbitration
clause will be governed by the Federal Arbitration Act (9 U.S.C.
§ 1 et seq.) rather than by state law concerning arbitration. The
law governing your warranty rights or other claims will be the
law of the state in which you purchased your Product. Any
court having jurisdiction may enter judgment on the arbitration
award.
8. Rules of the Arbitration: If the amount in controversy is less
than $50,000, the arbitration will be decided by a single
arbitrator. If the amount in controversy is greater than or equal
to $50,000, the arbitration will be decided by a panel of three
arbitrators. The arbitrator(s) will be chosen pursuant to the
rules of the organization that administers the arbitration. You
may choose either of the following arbitration organizations,
and its applicable rules: the American Arbitration Association,
1633 Broadway, 10th Floor, New York, NY 10019
(www.adr.org); JAMS, 1920 Main Street, Ste. 300, Irvine, CA
92614 (www.jamsadr.com); or other organization that you may
choose subject to our approval. These organizations’ rules can
be obtained by contacting or visiting the organization’s
website. If the arbitration organization’s rules conflict with this
Arbitration Clause, the provisions of this Arbitration Clause
control. The award of the arbitrator(s) shall be final and binding
on all parties.
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9. Location of the Arbitration Hearing: Unless applicable law
provides otherwise, the arbitration hearing will be conducted
in the federal district in which you reside.
10. Costs of the Arbitration: Each party is responsible for its
own attorney, expert and other fees, unless awarded by the
arbitrator(s) under applicable law. Prizer-Painter will pay your
share of the fees charged by the arbitration organization and
arbitrator(s) beyond the first $200. Where permissible by law,
you may be required to reimburse Prizer-Painter for the fees of
the arbitration organization and arbitrator(s) in whole or in part
by decision of the arbitrator(s) at the discretion of the
arbitrator(s).
11. Survival and Enforceability of this Arbitration Clause: This
Arbitration Clause shall survive the expiration or termination,
or any transfer, of the warranty on your unit. If any part of this
Arbitration Clause, except waivers of class-action rights, is
found to be unenforceable for any reason, the remainder shall
remain enforceable. If, in a case in which class-action
allegations have been, a waiver of class-action rights is found to
be unenforceable with respect to all or some parts of a dispute,
the remainder of this Arbitration Clause shall be unenforceable
as those parts. Instead, those parts will be severed and proceed
in court, with the remaining parts proceeding in arbitration.
Name of Owner:
Address of Installation:
City/State-Province/Zip-Postal Code:
Phone #:
Model #:
Serial #:
Installation Date:
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Tested and Certified in System Model BS-AP2-200G
against NSF/ANSI Standards 42 and 53 for the
reduction of the claims specified on the
Performance Data Sheet.
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