KERO:SUN Moonlighter How to Use and Care For Your Kerosene Heater

KERO:SUN Moonlighter How to Use and Care For Your Kerosene  Heater
How to Use and Care For Your
Moonlighter
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Kerosene Heater
Owner's Guide
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KERO:SUN
Specifications
QUICK REFERENCE
Specifications
Special Features
Safety Features
Unpacking
Assembly
Serial Number
Fueling
Ventilation
Safety Reminders
To Extinguish the Flame
Troubleshooting
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Automatic Lighting
Lighting with a Match
Adjusting the Flame
Cleaning the Glass Cover
Care of the Wick
Replacing Wick
Replacing Igniter
Parts and Service
Limited Warranty
This includes heat produced b y the Moonlighter p lus
heat that would be generated if water of combLIAn
were condensed. This rating and " Heater Outp~
below should be used when making comparisons between heaters of different manufacture.
Heater Output: 8,200 BTU/hr., 2,020 kcal.
This is the heat produced by the Moonlighter, and is
the amount of heat delivered to the room. (The wick-ted
Kero-Sun heater is more than 99.9 % efficient.)
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Lighting
Model: Moonlighter
Heater Rating: 8, 700 BTU/hr; 2,190 kcal. ·
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Burning Time: 26-36 hours.
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Burning time is a functio n of the condition of the wick,
the setting of the flame regulator knob, fuel quality and
atmospheric conditions.
Typical Room Sizes:
17'(5.2m)
or approx. 288 sq . ft.
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17'(5.2 m)
24 '(7.3 m)
The area to be heated varies wi th outside air tempera·
ture, insulation R factors and square footage of the win·
dows. The room sizes given above assume the Kero-Sun
is the only heat source for the r oom.
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Fuel Type: Kerosene
Fuel Tank Capacity: 1.7 U.S. gallons; 1.42 Imp.
gallons; 6.43 liters
Wick Type: Cotton (Do not burn dry)
Batteries: 2 size D Cells (included)
Dimensions: Height, 16-7/8 in.; width, 16-1/4 in.;
height, 430 mm; width , 412 mm.
Weight: 14 lbs.; 6.4 kg , empty
Safety Features
UL Listed
Shut-off Protection: Automatic shut-off extinguishes the flame if heater is jarred .
Wick-feed: Fuel remains below burner and is unpressurizej If flame goes out, fuel flow stops,
fuel CCl'lnot nod burner.
Low Cemer of · ~vity: Weight concentrated in
hance of tip-over.
base, reducin
Rubber Seals: f.~.Jr , wick winder, fuel cap and
othe ..·,ints sealed with oil-proof rubber to prevent leaks if tip-over occurs.
Heavy Steel Construction: For high strength and
durability.
High-efficiency: 99.9% combustion of kerosene
eliminates hazard from odor, smoke and other
combustion by-products when used according
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to instructions.
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Special Features
Provides Heat, Light and Cooking:" Especially
useful during power failure or other emergency. (Optional frosted glass available for improved light diffusion.)
Push-button Ignition: No matches required.
Fuel Gauge: Shows remaining fuel at a glance.
Avoids unnecessary filling or need to remove
filler cap to check level.
Hand-pump Siphon: Provided for spil l-free transfer of fuel.
Drip Tray: Protects floors and carpets.
Easy Service: No tools required to change wick or
to perform other simple maintenance.
Baked Enamel Finish: High gloss, heat-proof,
easy to clean.
Cooktop: Ideal for cooking where other fac ~es
are not available (cabin, vacation home, etc.).
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Unpacking
Before discarding any packing materials, be sure to check the carton for
the following items: two batteries, warranty card, siphon, caution notice, drip
tray and dustproof ring.
Lift the heater out of the carton by its carrying handle.
NOTE: Be careful not to discard the wick guide; a 2-inch
plastic disk with a hole.
On the outside of the carton. look for a label with serial numbers. The
peel off portion of the label will be fastened to the side of the heater, as
described later.
To remove pad, spread ears of carrying handle and lift away handle.
Lift top plate support from retaining tabs and remove pad.
Reinstall top plate support, top plate and handle.
Assembly
BATTERY COVER
COVER THUMBSCREW
FOOT(4)
DUSTPROOF RING
TAB(4)
1. Install the Drip Tray
Place the drip tray on the floor.
Position dustproof ring in the center of the drip tray.
Lift the heater by its carrying handle and lower it onto the drip tray, fiW11g
the lip of the heater over the dustproof ring.
Note how the four feet slide into the four tabs. Grasp the fuel tank and turn
the heater until the feet lock into the tabs.
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2. Tighten Cover Thumbscrews
Three thumbscrews around the bottom of the cover should be checked for
tightness.
3. Install the Batteries
Remove the battery cover by sliding it up. Install the two size D cells in the
holder according to the plus (+)and minus (-)markings shown on the cover.
Attach the wires from the battery cable to the terminals: red wire to " + ";
white wire to"-". (If the battery cable won't reach t he terminals, pul l out the
cable another half·inch from the heater.)
Slide the battery cover back over the holder.
Batteries should be repiaced when the
igniter coil no longer glows brightly.
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4. Tilt the Cover
Lift the cover by pushing up on the
latch. (The cover tilts back about 45
degrees.)
Remove the plastic packing from the
wick area.
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FLAME
5. Engage the Safety Shut-Off Reset Lever
Press the lever down until it locks.
6. Locate Your Heater Away From Walls
Allow at least three feet of clearance between the heate r and the nearest
wall or vertical surface.
7. Check the Wick
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As you turn the flame regulator knob back and forth, the wick should move
freely up and down.
Close the heater cover.
8. Lt:)vel the Heater
Your heater should be on a firm, level surface, preferably the floor.
A built-in level guide is provided to check if the heater is leve l. Find t he
small chain at the rear, above the fuel tank. When the heater is level, the
chain will lie in the approximate center of the red circle.
9. Register Your Serial Number
On the outside of the shipping carton, find a label with the serial number
for your heater. Remove the peel-off portion and press it to the rear o f the
fuel tank, next to the battery cover. If you need replacement parts or service in
the future, please refer to this number.
Fill out and mail the warranty card.
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Fueling
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Warning
Do not refuel your heater while it is
hot. First extinguish the flame and
allow the cabinet to cool. Use only
pure kerosene. Ne'of!l..r use gasoline,
white gas, camp fuel or other flammable liquids. Use of such fuels can
result in an explosive fire and cause
severe injury.
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USE KEROSENE ONLY
Using the Siphon
To operate the siphon provided with your heater, insert
AI R VEN T KNOB
the straight tube into the
kerosene container. Insert
the siphon's flexible hose into the heater fuel tank. (Be
sure to push this ho se over
the clip inside the tank. T he
clip holds the hose to reduce
poss ibility of a spill.)
For good siphoning, raise
the kerosene container
slightly higher than the level
of the heater fuel tank.
Note the knob at the top
of the siphon; it control s an
air vent. Before siphoning ,
close the vent by turning the
knob clockwise. Squeeze the
bulb vigorously six or seven
times, paus ing to allow the
bulb to expand after each
squeeze. (Once the kerosene
flows it 's not necessary to
squeeze the bulb.)
To avoid overfilling the tank , watch the fuel gauge. As the needle enters
the red zone, stop the flow of l<erosene by turning the air vent knob counterc lockwi se.
Remove the siphon slowly to allow excess kerosene to drain back into the
container.
KEROSENE
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For added convenience, a five-gallon
Kero-Sun fuel container is available
from your dealer. The siphon provided
with your heater fits snugly over the
opening of this container for easier
siphoning.
Ventilation
Before you light your heater, check tor a source of air. It may be a halt-inch
opening of a door to an adjoining room, or a window opened one-halt in ch.
Be sure to provide a source of air whenever the heater operates in t ig htly
confined areas, such as a bathroom or camper.
Avoid drafty areas or locations where
the opening of a door might create a
gust of air.
Safety Reminders
Before You Light Your Heater.
1. Use only water-clear, fresh , pure kerosene. Yellow or colored kerosene will smoke,
smell and burn inefficiently.
2. BURN ONLY KEROSENE in this heater. NEVER use gasoline, white gas, camp
stove or any other fuel. These fuels are extremely dangerous if used in kerosene
heaters.
3. Store fuel tar away from any heat source, in a can clearly marked KEROSENE. (A
suitable Kero-Sun con tainer is available from your dealer.)
4. Keep heater away from all burnable materials such as clothes, curtains, woods, etc.
5. Heater surfaces become hot. Keep children away.
6. Do not move, service or refill heater while it is burning or hot. Extinguish flame
and let heater cool.
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7. Refuel heater outside when the cabinet is cool. Use the Kero-Sun siphon to prevent any spillage.
8. Provide adequate ventilation . The heater needs oxygen just as you do. Leaving a
door ajar to an adjacent room normally provides sufficient ventilation . In small, tightly
sealed areas, open a window slightly.
9. When turning heater ott, make sure the flame is completely extinguished, using
flame regulator knob.
10. Keep outside of heater tree of dust or spilled kerosene.
11 . Follow maintenance instructions for optimum performance .
12. Keep heater level. .
13. Keep cap on fuel port tightly secured .
14. Do not burn dry. See "Caution" in "Care of the Wick" section.
15. Use only in accordance with local ordinances and codes.
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Lighting
If the fuel tank has been empty for
some time, or the wick is new, wai t
about 15 minutes after fueling for the
wick to saturate.
FETY SHUT-OFF RESET LEVER
LIGHTING LEVE
1. Raise the Wick
Turn the flame regulator knob clockwise until it stops.
Recheck the safety shut-off reset lever; it should be down and locked.
2. Automatic Lighting
Press the lighting lever. While looking through the mica window, you
should see the igniter brush against the side of the wick. When a flame appears, release the lighting lever. In about 40 seconds, the flame will spread
completely around the wick.
3. Lighting With a Match
You should not have to light the heater with a match, but should it become
necessary, lift the latch and tilt back the cover to expose the wick. Touch a
lighted match to the wick. When lighting in this manner, don't allow burned
parts of the match to fall or remain on the wick.
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To restore your heater to automatic ignition, check for worn-out batteries or a
defective igniter, as described later under " Trouble shooting."
A slight odor and occasionally some smoke after lighting a new heater is
normal and is caused by a preservative oil on metal parts. Odor and smoke
should disappear in a few minutes. For this reason , you may want to light
your heater for the first time in a well -ventilated area, such as a porch.
Adjusting the Flame
1. Wait for the Burner to Reach Operating Temperature
Several minutes after lighting, heat will spread through the burner. Then
look for these signs of efficient operation:
TOO LOW
CORRECT
TOO HIGH
Look through the mica w indow and check the height of the fl ame. It should
project about 3.4 -in. beyond the top disk of the flame spreader.
To Extinguish Flame
1. Turn the flame regulator knob counterclockwise un til it stops. (This requires about one half of a turn.)
NOTE:
6o not use the safety shut-off to extinguish the flame. Automatic shut-off
shoU.Id occur only when the heater is
jarred or tipped. Some odor may be experienced when automatic shut off occurs.
2. Look to be sure flame is out.
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Troubleshooting
Here are common symptoms which may appear during operation of your heater.
Most are easily corrected, as shown below .
Symptom
Smoke or odor.
Cure
Cause
Flame spreader
not securely seated.
Lock in place.
Flickering or
dying flame.
Wick won 't ignite.
Flame regulator
jams.
Wick burns down
too fast.
High flame.
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Wick damaged by
burning dry.
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Flame too high.
Reduce wick height.
Dirty wick.
Clean or trim wick.
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Contamina ted fuel.
Drain tank, dry wick and
rep lace with fresh, clean
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Flame too low.
Raise wick.
Wick coated with tar or
carbon.
Clean or trim wick.
Water in kerosene.
Empty tank, refill with
clean fuel. Remove wick,
dry out on a sheet of newspaper. Re-install wick.
Out of fuel.
Check fuel gauge,
add fuel.
Igniter won 't glow.
Replace batteries.
Replace igniter coil.
Water in kerosene.
Empty tank. Remove wick,
dry out on sheet of newspaper. Re-install wick.
Refi II with clean fuel.
Excess tar on wick.
Clean wick.
Water in kerosene.
Empty tank, remove wick,
dry out on sheet of newspaper. Re-install wick.
Refill with clean fuel.
Kerosene contaminat ed
with gasoline, paint
thinner, denatured alcohol
or other volatile substance.
Qrain tank and replace
fuel with fresh , clean
kerosene. Replace wick.
Refer to diagram
on page 8.
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Cleaning the Glass Cover
Allow the heater to cool completely.
Lift off the top plate and remove the carrying handle by pulling apart its
sides.
Note how the top cover is held by three U-clips. Using a pliers, straighten
the sides of the clips so they fall free. Lift off the top cover and the glass.
Do not use abrasive cleaners on the glass. Clean with soapy water and a
paper towel.
When re-installing the glass cover, insert the U-clips, then twist their sides
to hold the top cover.
Care of the Wick
CAUTION:
Never allow your Moonlighter to burn
dry or run out of fuel. Burning the
wick without kerosene will char the
cotton fibers, permanently damaging
the wick.
A damaged wick will cause your
heater to burn improperly and may
cause it to smoke.
Wick Contamination
Signs that a wick needs attention are: tars accumu lating on the top edges;
the flame regulator binds or jams; a flickering or dying flame.
Remove Ash, Cinders, Soot
Before cleaning the wick, allow your heater to cool completely. Be su re the
safety shut-off lever is down and locked.
Unlatch the cover and tilt it up to expose the wick. The flame regulator
should be turned fully clockwise.
Remove flame spreader.
Grasp the flame spreader,
turn it clockwise, then lift it
out. The wick is now accessible for cleaning.
When reinstalling the
flame spreader, turn it
clockwise until it drops into
place. Check if the flame
spreader is locked in by pulling up. It should not lift out.
If residue is found on the
wick, it can be removed by a
small brush (an old toothbrush, for example). Cinders
or soot in the burner area
may be vacuumed away.
Stubborn deposits on metal
portions of flame spreader
can be removed by scraping
gently.
Be sure to check burner
cover for char and debris. To
remove this accumulation,
lift out extinguisher ring.
Remove burner cover and
shake it gently over piece of
newspaper.
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To Replace the Wick
Before disassembly of yo ur heater,
allow it to cool completely.
OUTER COVER
FLAME SPR EADER
THUMBSCREW
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BURNER COVER
WING NUTS
RETAINERS
1. Remove the Outer Cover
Loosen and remove the three thumbscrews holding the cover, then lift off
the cover with the carrying handle.
2. Lift Out Flame Spreader and Extinguisher Ring
These parts are removed easily if the wick is first turned to its lowest position (flame regulator knob counterclockwise). As you lift the flame spreader,
turn it clockwise.
3. Disconnect Battery Cable
Remove the two battery wires from the top of the battery holder.
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Before the next step, press and lock the
safety shut-off reset lever. If the lever inadvertently springs closed during the
following steps, you 'll have difficulty
removing the remaining parts. Recheck
the lever for the down position.
4. Lift Off the Burner Cover
5. Remove the Wick Adjuster
This assembly is released by loosen ing three wing nuts, and turning the
three retainers to the side. Note: If the retainer to your right won't swing
around, loosen the wing nut and remove it completely. Lilt out the wick adjuster.
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FLAME REGULATOR KNOB
6. Remove the Old Wick
Turn the flame regulator
knob counterc lockwise unti l
you can grip the wick holder
and pull it out.
Fold in the wick until you
can free it from the holder.
7. Install the New Wick
RED LINE (BARELY VISIBLE)
Fold the new wick until
you can insert it into the
holder. When the red line on
the wick is barely visible
along the top of the holder,
unfold the wick and press it
around the inner wall of the
holder. This engages the
wick against metal teeth inside the holder.
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8. Insert the Holder in the Gear Mechanism
WICK ADJUSTER
Push the holder into the
wick adjuster, as shown;
with the flame regulator
knob to your right, and the
double row of holes in the
holder facing you.
Twist the holder back and
forth until you feel it engage
the gear mechanism.
Check for the correct gear
action; as you turn the flame
regulator knob, the wick
should move up or down,
with no slippage.
WICK ADJUSTER
9. Install the Wick Adjuster
To prevent the wick from
snagging during reassembly,
temporarily place the plastic
wick guide into the top opening of the air tube.
IMPORTANT-Remove
wick guide before installing
the wick adjuster. If guide is
not removed, it will restrict
air flow and cause improper
combustion and may
smoke."
Lower the wick adjuster
onto the air tube (locating
the flame regulator knob between the fuel gauge and
filler cap). During this step,
check to see if the bottom of
the wick enters the tank
evenly, without folding back.
If you cannot seat the wick adjuster,
press the safety shut-off reset lever
to be sure it 's not blocking the wa y.
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10. Reassemble the Heater
(Refer to the iliustration on page 3 .)
Fasten the wick adjuster with three wing nuts and retainers.
Turn wick down and install the flame spreader (turn counterclockw ise).
Replace the extinguisher ring, with the wide rim down.
Install the burner cover.
Slide the wires onto the battery terminals (red to + ).
Push the safety shut-off reset lever down.
Install the flame spreader (turn clockwise).
Fasten the outer cover with three thumbscrews .
Before lighting a new wick for the
first time, allow 15 minutes for the
material to saturate completely with
kerosene.
Replacing the Igniter
When the igniter no longer glows sufficiently to light the wick, check the
batteries. If replacement of batteries doesn't restore the glow, the igniter may
be burned out.
To c hange the igniter, start by disassemblin g the heater, as described in
Steps 1, 2; 3 and 4 in the preceding section; " To Replace the Wick. " This
releases the burner cover, which contains the igniter.
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Be sure battery leads have been disconnected .
Press in the lighting lever and grasp the igniter with your other hand, as
shown.
To remove the igniter from the socket, press in and twist slig htly counterclockwise.
To install the new igniter, press it into the socket, while turning slightly
clockwise.
Reassemble the heater as described in Step 10 of the preceding section;
" Reassemble the Heater. "
Parts and Service
For parts and service, see your authorized KERO-SUN dealer. If additional
assistar;tce is needed, send a brief letter stating the nature of the problem,
the name and address of your KERO-SUN dealer, and your own address and
telephone number to:
Customer Service
KERO-SUN, Inc.
Kent, CT 06757
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•oonlighter Parts List
Part
No.
011070
011007
0110u1
011065
011002
000906
005051
005052
005070
005053
005071
005054
000902
0903
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5025
05026
000901
005072
011037
000910
000915
011068
005041
005066
Ref.
No.
Name
COVER
OUTER
Outer cove r complete
. handle
Carrymg
Pyrex mant le
c cl ip
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
for cover
Top plate
Thumbscrew
BURNER
Flame spreade:
Extinguisher rmg
7.
8.
9.
Extinguisher undlt xtinguisher lever
Burner cov er an e
Wick adjuster
Wick holder
Wing nut
Retainer
Cotton wick.
Rubber packmg
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10.
11.
12.
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13.
14.
15.
16.
IGNITER .
Igniter Coli
Ign iter unit
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18.
FUEL TANK lete
Fuel tank comp
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ith chain
Fuel gauge
Fuel fil ler cap w
Battery cover
20.
21.
22.
DRIP TRAY
. Drip tray .
Dustproof nng
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24.
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KERO-SU N, INC.
Limited Warranty
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KERO-SUN, Inc warrants each heater sold by it io be free from defec ts in material and workmanship
below:
stated
cor.ditions
and
terms
the
to
subject
purchase.
retail
one year after the date of original
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1. WARRANTOR. Th is Warranty is granted by KERO-SUN. Inc., Main Street. Kent, Connec
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2. PARTI ES TO WHOM WARRANTY IS EXTENDED. This Warranty shall be extended only
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as provided for herein.
3. PARTS COVERED. All produc ts and parts manufactured by or for KERO-SUN , Inc., except
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this
by
covered
not
are
parts
4. PARTS NOT COVERED. The following
and siohons.
Normal wear and tear items, sucl1 as. but not limited to. wicks. batteries, igni ter coils,
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5. REMEDY. If, within the applicable warranty period. any product or part included in this
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and/or workmanship , then KERO-SUN, Inc. shall , at its option, repair or replace the defective
under
obligations
the
of
performance
obtain
to
order
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WARRANTY.
THIS
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6. PROCEDURE FOR OBTAINING PER FORMANCE
of the defect) not ify any author- ~~
' *:e. this Warranty, the origina l purchaser must promptly [in no event later than thirty (30) days after di scovery
defective part or product to an authorized KERO- .-...::
the
return
and
defect
the
of
Canada
or
States
United
the
in
dealer
Inc.
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KERO-SUN
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will be al the expense of the original retail purSUN dealer. All transportatio n costs to and from the authori zed KERO-SUN , Inc. dea ler
chaser.
ty. a charge will be made for testing, handling. ~
If the instrument or any part thereof is returned for any cause not covered by this Wa rran
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part during transrt to or from the onginal retail &
KERO-SUN. Inc. accept s no responsibility for any damage that occurs to the product or
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IN-AL PURCHASE DATE-SALE S INVOICE
ANY CLAIM MADE UNDER THIS WARRANTY MUST BE ACCOMPANI ED BY PROOF OF ORIG
OR CANCELLED CHECK IS SATISFACTORY EVIDE NCE.
set forth above rs the sole and exclus ive ~~
7. SOLE REMEDY. The remedy and liability ior any breach of warranty, express or implied,
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remedy and the limit of liability for any such breach.
or material of the heater without incurring any ~
8. DESIGN CHANGES. KERO-SUN, Inc. reserves the right tq make changes in the design
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advert
or
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manufacture
previously
product
any
in
changes
sucl1
obligations to incorporate
f ailure to
others.
of
negligence
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to
extend
not
does
Warranty
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9. EXCLUSIONS AND IMPLIED WARRANTIES
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operate or maintain the heater in accordance with t he operating and maintenance inst ructions
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~ fuel other than good quality kerosene. All.. IMPLIED WARRANTIES, IF ANY, ARISING UNDER STATE
EN WARRANTY.
THE DURATION OF THIS WRITT
SALE BY KERO-SUN, Inc . OF ANY NEW INSTRUMENT ARE LIMITED IN DURATION TO
FITNESS OR OTHERWISE WHICH EXTEND BEYOND
-~ THERE ARE NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, OR MERCHANTA BILITY.
OF ANY HEATER, LOSS OF TIME. INCONVET HIS WA RRAN TY, KERO-SUN, Inc. SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR LOSS OF USE
BUSINESS OR PROPERTY, WHETHER AS A
TO
RESPECT
WITH
DAMAGES
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CONSEQU
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CIDENTAL
IN
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TORT,
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LIABILITY
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NEGLIGENC
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lti RESULT OF BREACH OF WARRANTY
LASTS OR (b) THE EXCLUSION OR
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MAY NOT APPLY TO
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LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR CO NSEQUENTIA L DAMAGES. SO THE ABOVE LIMITATIONS
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other wa.y vary the terms. conditions or exc!u·
10. NO VARIATION OF TERMS. No person has til e authority to orally, in writing. or in any
sions of this Warranty or to make any express warranties other than t hose contained herein.
other nghts whi ch vary from state to stat e.
11 . LEGAL RIGHTS. This Warranty gi ves you specific legal rights and you may al so have
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Kero-Sun, Inc., Kent, CT 06757 (203) 927-4611
Rev. 1/81
This manual supersedes earlier editions.
(c)
1980, Kero·Sun, Inc.
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