SeaEra Toilet OPERATION, MAINTENANCE AND INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS THE FOLLOWING ARE CAUTIONARY STATEMENTS THAT MUST BE READ AND FOLLOWED DURING BOTH INSTALLATION AND OPERATION. WARNING: Raritan Engineering Company, Inc. recommends that a qualified person or electrician install this product. Equipment damage, injury to personnel or death could result from improper installation. Raritan Engineering Company, Inc. accepts no responsibility or liability for damage to equipment, injury or death to personnel that may result from improper installation or operation of this product. WARNING: HAZARD OF SHOCK OR FIRE Always use recommended fuse, circuit breaker and wire size. Motors used with this product are “Ignition Protected”. They are not however, explosionproof as defined in 46CFR 110.15-65(e), Subchapter J-Electrical Engineering. DO NOT run continuously for more than 30 seconds. WARNING: HAZARD OF FLOODING - Always shut off seacock(s) before leaving the boat unattended. Double clamp all below waterline hose fittings and check frequently for integrity. Pressurized Freshwater Model Sea Water Model (Remote Pump) Sea Water Model (Integral Pump) The SeaEra toilet is a powerful centrifugal macerating toilet that thoroughly breaks down waste. 1-800-352-5630 www.raritaneng. com OPERATION Press push-button switch and hold until all waste is cleared from the toilet bowl. • • • • No special toilet paper is required. Water should appear in the bowl within ten seconds. If not, see troubleshooting section. Hard objects or stringy substances (paper towels, feminine hygiene products, filter cigarettes, etc.) must not be thrown into the toilet as they will cause damage. Always shut off seacock(s) before leaving the boat unattended. Young children should NOT be left unsupervised around toilet. Serious injury or death could occur. WARNING: DO NOT place hands in toilet bowl without disconnecting power. A sharp blade is used for maceration of waste. We offer an optional “child safety switch” which is designed to make it difficult for young children to operate toilet without adult supervision. For more information, contact Raritan Technical Support (1-800-352-5630). WARNING: Children can drown in water retained in the bowl. CAUTION: Seat and/or lid could close and strike child. 2 IMPORTANT: Do not use cleaners that contain ammonia, ethyl acetate, phosphoric acid or concentrated chlorine bleach. These may cause damage to the toilet. Using C.P. a bio-enzymatic toilet bowl cleaner (available from Raritan Engineering) will keep the bowl clean and fresh smelling. C. P. Recommend Visual Inspection ✔ For leaks at toilet and hose connections ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ Hose clamps Condition of hoses Seacocks Condition of wires and connections In-Line Strainer (if you have one) Cleaning In-Line Strainer (Sea Water Models only) 1. Shut off intake seacock. 2. Unscrew bowl. Filter Clean Gasket and Gasket Contact Surfaces Thoroughly 3. Remove filter. 4. Clean bowl and filter with a clean cloth. 5. Clean gasket and gasket contact surfaces thoroughly. Bowl Unscrew 6. Replace gasket, filter and bowl. 7. Open seacock. 8. Check for leaks. 3 Tighten MAINTENANCE Cleaning Instructions WINTERIZING IMPORTANT • Improper winter lay up is a major cause of marine toilet failure. • Use only nontoxic antifreeze. • Flush toilet several times to clear waste from system. • Dispose of all antifreeze in accordance with local and federal regulations. • Winterize holding tanks, plumbing, treatment systems (MSD’s), etc. independently following manufacturer’s instructions. Pressurized Freshwater Models Pressurized Freshwater Model Parts Required • 1" (25mm) or 1 1/2" (38mm) I.D.discharge hose, approximately 3 feet (1m) long • Two buckets • Nontoxic antifreeze approximately 1 quart (1 liter) Steps 1. Close discharge seacock. 2. Shut off intake water at source. 3. Turn off power to unit. 4. Disconnect and drain discharge hose. 5. Disconnect intake hoses from vacuum breaker and place in one of the buckets. 6. Connect hose to toilet’s discharge and place in other bucket. 7. Pour antifreeze in bowl. 8. Turn on power to unit and flush until antifreeze is removed from the bowl and water is drained from the solenoid and hose. 9. Disconnect power to toilet. 10. Reconnect intake hoses to vacuum breaker. 4 Nontoxic Antifreeze Parts Required 3/4" (19mm) I.D. intake hose approximately 3 feet (1m) long. 1" (25mm) or 1 1/2" (38mm) I.D. discharge hose approximately 3 feet (1m) long. Two buckets Nontoxic antifreeze approximately 1 quart (1 liter) Steps 1. Close the intake and discharge seacocks. 2. Turn off power to unit. 3. Disconnect and drain intake hose, discharge hose and In-Line Strainer. 4. Connect short hoses to toilet’s intake and discharge. 5. Place one bucket under hose connected to toilet’s discharge. 6. Pour nontoxic antifreeze in other bucket. 7. Place hose connected to intake pump into bucket with antifreeze. 8. Turn on power to unit and flush toilet until antifreeze begins to be discharged from toilet. 9. Disconnect power to toilet. Sea Water Model (Integral Pump) Nontoxic Antifreeze Sea Water Model (Remote Pump) Nontoxic Antifreeze RECOMMISSIONING 1. Using the buckets, hoses and approximately one gallon (3.8 liters) of clean fresh water, flush antifreeze out of the toilet (see Winterizing). Dispose of antifreeze in accordance with local and federal regulations. 2. Reconnect the intake and discharge hoses and open both seacocks and water source valve. 3. Check all connections for leaks with several test flushes. SYSTEM START-UP 1. Open seacock(s). NOTE: Pressurized freshwater models; open water source valve. 2. Turn on power to toilet. 3. Flush toilet per Operation Instructions. 4. Check for leaks. IMPORTANT: If toilet does not flush properly or if water does not enter the bowl within 10 seconds, refer to Troubleshooting. 5 WINTERIZING Integral and Remote Intake Pump Models Integral Sea Water Model SPECIFICATIONS Pressurized Freshwater or Remote Sea Water Model 14 3/8" (36.5cm) Household 13" (33cm) Marine 19 3/4" (52.1cm) Household 17 1/2" (44.5cm) Marine 19 3/4"(50.2cm) Household 16 3/4"(42.6cm) Marine 14 7/8" (37.8cm) Household 14 1/2" (36.8cm) Marine 14 7/8" (37.8cm) Household 14 1/2" (36.8cm) Marine 13 3/8" (34cm) 6 5/8" (16.8cm) 11 1/8" (28.3cm) Plumbing Maximum suction of Intake pump (Maximum height above waterline) 4 Ft. (1.2m) from Intake Pump. CONVERSIONS Maximum height of discharge vented loop 6 Ft. (1.8m) from base of toilet. Wire - AWG to mm2 Pressurized water source requirements minimum flow rate of 3 gpm (11.3 liters). minimum pressure of 5 psi (34.5 kPa). A WG 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 mm2 1.5 2.5 4.0 6.0 10.0 16.0 25.0 35.0 NOTES: for Wiring Feet to Meters 1. Distances are from source to unit and back to source. 2. Distance from power source to remote intake pump MUST be included when determining total distance.Same wire size MUST be used for lower base and remote intake pump. 3. Recommended conductor wire minimum AWG (mm2) for 3% voltage drop. 4. Recommended conductor sizes are based on 105oC rated insulation. Refer to ABYC Standards for other insulation ratings. 5. For 120/240 VAC units use 24VDC specifications from transformer to unit. Feet 10 15 20 25 30 40 50 Met er 3.1 4.6 6.1 7.6 9.2 12.2 15.2 Sea Water Model - Recommended Wire and Fuse/Circuit Breaker Size In t eg r al Pu m p an d l o w er b as e Rem o t e Pu m p an d l o w er b as e A m p . d r aw @ n o m i n al v o l t ag e A m p . d r aw @ n o m i n al v o l t ag e Rem o t e Pu m p only Un i t s Vo l t ag e Ci r c u i t B r eak er /f u s e s i ze (am p s ) 12 VDC 25 18 23 10 10 AWG 8 AWG 6 AWG 6 AWG 4 AWG 24 VDC 15 10 12.5 5 14 AWG 14 AWG 12 AWG 10 AWG 10 AWG 32 VDC 15 7.5 9 4 14 AWG 14 AWG 14 AWG 12 AWG 12 AWG A m p . d r aw @ n o m i n al v o l t ag e 15 feet 20 feet 30 feet 40 feet 50 feet Pressurized Freshwater Model - Recommended Wire and Fuse/Circuit Breaker Size Un i t s Vo l t ag e Ci r c u i t B r eak er /f u s e s i ze (am p s ) A m p . d r aw @ n o m i n al v o l t ag e 12 VDC L o w er B as e 25 13 24 VDC L o w er B as e 15 7.5 32 VDC L o w er B as e 15 5 12, 24, an d 32 VDC Wat er So l en o i d Val v e 3 2 10 feet 15 feet 20 feet 30 feet 40 feet 50 feet 12 AWG 10 AWG 10 AWG 8 AWG 6 AWG 6 AWG 14 AWG 12 AWG 10 AWG 10 AWG 8 AWG 6 AWG 16 AWG 16 AWG 14 AWG 12 AWG 10 AWG 10 AWG 16 AWG 16 AWG 16 AWG 16 AWG 16 AWG 16 AWG 6 Additional Parts Required • Four stainless steel mounting bolts or lag screws (minimum 1/4" [6mm]) and washers • 1" (25mm) or 1 1/2" (38mm) I.D. discharge hose • 3/4" (19mm) I.D. reinforced intake hose • 3/4" (19mm) and 1" (25mm) or 1 1/2" (38mm) hose clamps (two for each connection below waterline) • Wire • Terminals • Fuse/circuit breaker All Complete Toilets Toilet Bowl Seat and Cover Lower Base Assembly Motor Cover Push Button Switch Sea Water Model 3/4" Hose Barb - straight fitting (2) 3/4" Hose Barb - 90° fitting Plug Fitting In-Line Strainer with fittings 3/4" Stainless Steel Hose Clamps (2) Pressurized Freshwater Models Atmospheric Vacuum Breaker (PLAVB0-5) Solenoid Valve with fittings Solenoid Valve Mounting Bracket Tools Required • 5/16" nut driver • Wrench or screw driver • 5/8" (16mm) drill bit • Bit for drilling mounting surface • Wire cutters • Wire terminal crimpers • Hose cutters • Tape measure Mounting Toilet Mounting surface must be flat and solid. 1. Install seat on toilet. 2. Remove motor cover. 3. Place toilet where it will be located. Make sure there is room to route hoses. Make sure seat will open properly. 4. Mark location of toilet base mounting holes on mounting surface. 5. Drill holes for toilet mounting bolts/screws. NOTE: Hole size will depend on type of bolt/ screws used (5/16" [8mm] size bolts/screws are recommended). 6. Secure toilet to surface. 7 INSTALLATION Parts Included INSTALLATION 90° Rotation of Toilet Bowl Toilet bowl can be rotated 90° on the base, for installing in confined locations. NOTE: SeaEra Models with Integral Pump: Replace existing hose from the intake pump to the toilet bowl with a longer hose. 1. Determine which direction bowl is to be mounted. 2. Remove hose at back of toilet (Sea Water Model with Integral Pumps ONLY). 3. Remove four vinyl caps at the base of toilet bowl. 4. Remove four nuts and shoulder washers. 5. Carefully remove toilet bowl from base. 6. Rotate toilet bowl to desired position. 7. Replace four shoulder washers, nuts and vinyl caps. NOTE: Tighten nuts carefully and evenly. Do Not over tighten. • • • 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Mounting Push Button Switch Mount Push Button Switch in an accessible location. Make certain wires can be routed to Push Button Switch. Wire terminals must have clearance when installed. Drill 5/8" (16mm) hole. Attach wires to Push Button Switch terminals (see wiring section). Install Push Button Switch through back of mounting surface. Install waterproof nut on Push Button Switch. Secure in place with inner nut. Install the Warning Label (L322) where it can be easily seen. 8 1/4" Minimum clearance from terminals to any object Inner Nut From Pressurized Freshwater Source PLA7 IN OUT Mounting Atmospheric Vacuum Breaker (Pressurized Freshwater Model only) To inlet port of vacuum breaker Min. 6” (15.3 cm) 1. Install fittings as shown. 2. Locate mounting area that is a minimum of 6" (15.3cm) above toilet. 3. Secure where top is in horizontal position. Mounting In-Line Strainer (Seawater Models Only) Make sure strainer bowl is tight. 1. Locate strainer where it will be accessible. 2. Mark and drill mounting holes. NOTE: Hole size will depend on type of bolts/screws used (1/4" [6mm] size bolts/screws are recommended). 3. Install fittings provided (PLA7) on strainer’s inlet and outlet ports. NOTE: Use thread sealant. 4. Mount strainer. Hoses must be installed according to flow marking on strainer top. Flow Marking Mounting Remote Intake Pump (Remote Pump Models Only) 1. Remote intake pump must be mounted on a flat solid surface in an area that is dry and well ventilated. 2. Mark and drill mounting holes. NOTE: Hole size will depend on type of bolts/screws used. (1/4" [6mm] size bolts/screws are recommended). 3. Mount pump. Do not over tighten bolts. 9 INSTALLATION Mounting Water Solenoid Valve (Pressurized Freshwater Models Only) 1. Locate valve on a solid flat surface in an area that is dry and well ventilated. 2. Mark and drill holes for water solenoid mounting bracket. NOTE: Hole size will depend on type of bolts/screws used (1/4" [6mm] size bolt/screws are recommended). 3. Mount bracket. 4. Install fittings provided (PLA7) on valve’s inlet and outlet ports. 5. Attach valve to bracket. hoses must be installed according to flow markings on valve body. INSTALLATION Pressurized Freshwater Model Installed Above Waterline PLUMBING WARNING: Hazard of Flooding Toilets mounted at or below the waterline must have a vented loop installed in the discharge line. The top of the vented loop must be a minimum of 4" (10cm) above the waterline at the boats greatest angle of heel (see vented loop manufacturer’s instructions). Water Solenoid Valve Waterline Waterline Discharge Shut off Valve Sea Water Models must also have a vented loop installed between the intake pump and the toilet bowl. Sea Water Model with Integral Pump Installed Below Waterline IMPORTANT • • • • • Fittings and 90° bends should be kept to a minimum. In-Line Strainer must be installed on Sea Water Models per Installation Instructions. Failure to do so may void Warranty. Discharging untreated sewage is forbidden in all U. S. waters within the three-mile limit. Thru-hull fittings and seacocks must be installed where they are easily accessible. Use only quality reinforced hoses. Secure all hoses properly. Holding Tank Pressurized Freshwater Source Double clamp all below waterline connections. • Vacuum Breaker SeaEra Toilet Discharge Vented Loop Intake Vented Loop SeaEra Toilet Waterline Lectra/San Waterline In-Line Strainer Discharge Seacock Intake Seacock Remote Intake Pump Model Mounted Above Waterline SeaEra Toilet Remote Intake Pump Discharge Vented Loop Holding Tank Waterline Waterline In-Line Strainer Intake Seacock Discharge Lines 1. Connect quality sanitation hose 1" (25mm) or 1 1/2" (38mm) I.D. to discharge fitting on toilet. 2. Run hose to appropriate device (i.e.: treatment system, holding tank, etc.). Y Valve Lectra/San Discharge Seacock 1" (25mm) Discharge Fitting 1 1/2" (38mm) Discharge Fitting 10 Hose From Pressurized Freshwater Source (Shut Off Valve) IN OUT 3. Connect hose from outlet port of vacuum breaker to bowl elbow. To Inlet Port of Vacuum Breaker Outlet Port Inlet Port NOTE: Vacuum breaker must be last mechanical component before bowl elbow. Outlet Port Arrow Sea Water Models Intake pump fittings are interchangeable to allow more flexibility during installation. Inlet ports are located on either side of intake pump. Outlet port (to toilet bowl) is at top of intake pump. 1. Slide fitting clips to open position. 2. Select inlet port to be used. 3. Install appropriate fittings into inlet and outlet ports. NOTE: The 90° fitting can be rotated 360°. 4. Install the plug fitting into unused inlet port. Inlet Ports Closed Open IMPORTANT: Be sure not to install plug fitting into outlet port! Damage will occur! To Bowl 5. Slide fitting clips back to closed position. 6. Connect hose from seacock to inlet port of In-Line Strainer. Use hose clamp provided. 7. Connect hose from outlet port of In-Line Strainer to inlet port of intake pump. Use hose clamp provided. IMPORTANT: Double clamp all below waterline hose connections! 8. Remote Pump Models Only: Connect hose from outlet port of intake pump to bowl elbow located on back of toilet bowl. (Integral pump model is already connected). From Strainer Plug From Seacock 11 To Intake Pump INSTALLATION Intake Lines Pressurized Freshwater Models Install a shut off valve in intake line before water solenoid valve. 1. Connect hose from shut off valve to inlet port of water solenoid valve. NOTE: To avoid malfunction of water solenoid due to debris in water, installation of Freshwater Strainer (190601) is recommended. 2. Connect hose from outlet port of water solenoid valve to inlet port of vacuum breaker. WIRING WIRING Pressurized Freshwater Wiring WARNING: Hazard of Shock and Fire • Always use proper wire, wire connectors and fuse/circuit breaker. See Specification Chart. • Secure wire properly. • Do not connect appliances to toilet circuit. • Make sure power is off before proceeding. • Use proper wire terminals for all wire connections. 1. Determine proper wire size by measuring distance from: • Power Source to push-button to toilet motor and back to power source. • Remote pump units - also include distance from power source for remote pump to remote pump and back. Same wire must be used for both lower base and remote pump. 2. Select proper wire and fuse/circuit breaker size from Specifications on Installation page. 3. Install fuse/circuit breaker in positive line at source. 4. Connect positive wire from fuse/circuit breaker to Push Button Switch. 5. Connect wire from Push Button Switch to orange wire on motor(s). NOTE: Pressurized Freshwater Models; connect wire from Push Button Switch to orange wire on motor and from Push Button Switch to one of the wires on water solenoid valve. The water solenoid valve is not polarity sensitive. Push Button Switch 3 Amp Fuse Orange POS (+) Solenoid Valve Black NEG (-) Fuse or Circuit Breaker NEG POS Remote Pump Wiring Push Button Switch Black NEG (-) Orange POS (+) Fuse or Circuit Breaker Black NEG (-) NEG POS Integral Pump Wiring 6. Connect wire from battery negative or power source ground buss to black wire (negative) on motor(s). Push Button Switch NOTE: Pressurized Freshwater Models; connect remaining wire from water solenoid valve to battery negative or power source ground buss. Fuse or Circuit Breaker Orange POS (+) NEG Black NEG (-) 12 POS WARNING: HAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK - Before beginning any work on the SeaEra, be sure that all power to the unit has been turned off. WARNING: HAZARD OF FLOODING - Make sure seacocks are in the CLOSED or OFF position before working on toilet. NOTE: The following information reflects the most probable causes and solutions to problems although not every possible cause and solution is provided. Any questions regarding servicing or operation of the SeaEra should be directed to our Technical Support Department in Millville, NJ or Ft. Lauderdale, FL. Please have model and serial number available before calling. PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE 1. Poor pumpout, especially solids. 1A. Clogged discharge line. 1B. 1C. 1D. 1E. 1A. Be sure discharge seacock is open. Clear line, remove clog. Plumbing restrictions, bends and ells. 1B. Replumb to eliminate bends and ells. Clogged vents. 1C. Clean holding tank vent and vented loop vents Mineral buildup in hoses and fittings. 1D. Clean or replace affected parts. Replace hose if needed. Low voltage. 1E. Check voltage at toilet while toilet is running. If less than nominal voltage of toilet (12, 24, or 32), check condition of batteries and wire sizes. Check terminals and wire connections for corrosion (heat at terminals and junctions indicates a bad or corroded connection). 2. Poor water flow, especially at front of bowl (or no water flow). 2A. Toilet not level. 2B. Restriction in intake line. 2C. Pump sucking air. 3. Foul odors from toilet area. 2D. 2E. 3A. 3B. 3C. 4. Bowl fills while underway. 4A. 5. Water leaking from under unit. 5A. 5B. 5C. 6A. 6B. 6C. 6. Erratic operation/sluggish running. SOLUTION 2A. Raise rear of toilet; check with level. 2B. Be sure seacock is open. Clear line-remove clog. 2C. Check all connections from intake thru-hull to intake pump to be sure no air leaks are present. Low voltage. 2D. See 1E, above. Clogged strainer. 2E. Remove or Clear debris from strainer. “Marine life” lodged in rim of bowl. 3A. Remove and flush bowl with pressure hose to remove all material. Install strainer in intake line to avoid recurrence. Permeated discharge hose. 3B. Replace hose with Raritan sanitation hose (#SH). Sewage remaining in discharge line. 3C. Flush toilet longer; replace hose if permeated; reroute hose making a shorter run if possible. Pressure buildup at seacocks. 4A. Close intake, then discharge seacock to determine which is causing problem. If discharge, be sure the vent or vented loop is clean. If intake, there is too much pressure on seacock; contact Raritan Technical Support. Leaking bowl gasket. 5A. Tighten (4) bowl mounting nuts (#1226B). Leak at shaft seal. 5B. Check seal and motor shaft. Leak from seal plate area. 5C. Check seal plate o-ring. Worn motor brushes. 6A. Return motor to factory for servicing or replacement. Motor bearings damaged by seal leak. 6B. Return motor to factory for servicing or replacement. Low or inconsistent voltage. 6C. See 1E above. Tip for Removing Intake Pump Set screw must be loosened with 1/8" hex key before removing the intake pump from motor Plug 13 TROUBLESHOOTING TROUBLESHOOTING EXPLODED PARTS SeaEra PARTS LIST Part No. Description Part No. 1108A 1222AW 1226 1226B 1234 1236AW 1236E 1237 1244 1610* 161105 161107 161110 161115 161120 161123 161125 161130 162135 162225 162305 162310 162315 162320 162325A Macerator Nut 90° Discharge Fitting Mounting Screw (4) 1/4-20 Hex Nut (4) Bowl Gasket Bowl Spud Assembly Bowl Elbow Marine-size Bowl Household-style Bowl Motor Base Seal Plate O-Ring Seal Plate Impeller Impeller/Macerator Housing Macerator Blade Discharge Mounting Flange Discharge Fitting Cone Seal O-Ring Lower Housing includes #162315 Diaphragm includes #162315 Piston (4) Piston Seat (4) includes #162315 Bearing Plate Assembly includes #162315 3/4" Hose Barb - 90° Fitting 3/4" Hose Barb - Straight Fitting (2) Plug Fitting Fitting Clip (3) Fitting O-Ring (4) 162100W Upper Housing Assembly 162200W Middle Housing Assembly 162300W Lower Housing Assembly 163000 Inline Strainer 164000 Push Button Switch 31-102 Shaft Seal 41-260 Bowl Elbow (Freshwater Models Only) C254 Joker Valve CH38 1/4-20 Threaded Stud (4) F005 Set Screw F020 Piston Fastener (4) F144 Mounting Bolt Washer (4) F162VT Mounting Bolt F164 Discharge Mounting Flange Fastener(4) HW1 Mounting Screw Lockwasher (4) M23A Macerator Lockwasher (5) Additional Parts Included with INTEGRAL MODELS 161140 Motor Cover Integral 162405 162410 162415 162420 162425 Description Additional Parts Included with REMOTE MODELS 161135 Motor Cover 1660* Intake Motor 166000 Remote Intake Pump, 12V DC 166100 Remote Intake Pump, 24V DC 166200 Remote Intake Pump, 32V DC Additional Parts Included with FRESHWATER MODELS 161135 Motor Cover PLAVB0-5 Atmospheric Vacuum Breaker PLA5 1/2” MPT PVC Nipple PLA6 1/2” FPT to 3/4” Barbed Elbow PLA7 1/2” GC Solenoid Valve CWPS*A 1/2” GC Solenoid Valve CWPSMB Water Solenoid Valve Mounting Bracket Repair Kits DIAPUMPRK Diaphragm Pump Repair Kit SEADISRK SeaEra Discharge Repair Kit * Specify DC Voltage (12, 24, 32) 14 1244 or 1237 SOLENOID VALVE CWPS*A PLA7 1236AW VCAP PLA7 1226B CWPSMB RNI ATMOSPHERIC VACUUM BREAKER PLAVB0-5 PLA6 PLA5 1234 1236E CH38 161135 or 161140 PLA7 161105 C254 161130 161107 1108A 161125 164000 161123 M23A F164 HW1 1226 161120 31-102 1222AW 161115 161110 F005 1610* 1660* 162325A 163000 F020 162305 162320 162310 162300W 162410 162315 162420 162425 162225 162135 162415 162200W 162425 162420 190601 - Recommended for use with Freshwater Solenoid (Not Included) F144 M23A 162425 F162VT 162405 162100W 15 EXPLODED PARTS SeaEra Exploded Parts View LIMITED WARRANTY 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Raritan Engineering Company warrants to the original purchaser that this product is free of defects in materials or workmanship for a period of one year from the product’s date of purchase. Should this product prove defective by reason of improper workmanship and/or materials within the warranty period, Raritan shall, at its sole option, repair or replace the product. TO OBTAIN WARRANTY SERVICE, Consumer must deliver the product prepaid, together with a detailed description of the problem, to Raritan at 530 Orange St., Millville, N.J. 08332, or 3101 SW 2nd Ave. Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33315. When requesting warranty service, purchaser must present a sales slip or other document which establishes proof of purchase. THE RETURN OF THE OWNER REGISTRATION CARD IS NOT A CONDITION PRECEDENT OF WARRANTY COVERAGE. However, please complete and return the owner Registration Card so that Raritan can contact you should a question of safety arise which could affect you. THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER defects caused by modifications, alterations, repairs or service of this product by anyone other than Raritan; defects in materials or workmanship supplied by others in the process of installation of this product; defects caused by installation of this product other than in accordance with the manufacturer’s recommended installation instructions or standard industry procedures; physical abuse to, or misuse of, this product. This warranty also does not cover damages to equipment caused by fire, flood, external water, excessive corrosion or Act of God. ANY EXPRESS WARRANTY NOT PROVIDED HEREIN, AND ANY REMEDY FOR BREACH OF CONTRACT WHICH BUT FOR THIS PROVISION MIGHT ARISE BY IMPLICATION OR OPERATION OF LAW, IS HEREBY EXCLUDED AND DISCLAIMED. ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES SUCH AS THOSE OF MERCHANTABILITY AND OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, IF APPLICABLE, AS WELL AS ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES WHICH MIGHT ARISE BY IMPLICATION OF LAW, ARE EXPRESSLY LIMITED TO A TERM OF ONE YEAR. SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW LIMITATIONS ON HOW LONG A LIMITED WARRANTY LASTS, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHALL RARITAN BE LIABLE TO PURCHASER OR ANY OTHER PERSONS FOR ANY SPECIAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, WHETHER ARISING OUT OF BREACH OF WARRANTY, BREACH OF CONTRACT, OR OTHERWISE. SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATION OR EXCLUSION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. No other person or entity is authorized to make any express warranty, promise or affirmation of fact or to assume any other liability on behalf of Raritan in connection with its products except as specifically set forth in this warranty. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state. 530 Orange Street, P.O. Box 1157, Millville, NJ 08332 USA Telephone: 856-825-4900 FAX: 856-825-4409 www.raritaneng.com Southern Office and Plant: 3101 SW Second Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33315 USA Telephone: 954-525-0378 FAX: 954-764-4370 L318 0103kgs Specifications Subject to Change Without Notice 16 Printed in U.S.A.