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Water Heater
CEWHR 35, 50, 70 and 100 Litres
Quick heating.
Wired remote control.
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User Guide
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heater. You can be sure it will live up to your expectations. Thousands of delighted users all
over the world trust A. O. Smith water heaters for their families. This user guide will introduce
you to your water heater. Follow the instructions carefully and look forward to enjoying long
years of trouble-free service.
A. O. Smith is a company known for its innovative technologies and energy-efficient solutions.
Ours are the only water heaters with the Blue Diamond® Glass Lining for the inner tank. This
cutting edge technology prevents sediment and scaling, fights corrosion and extends the life
of your water heater.
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information or assistance with your water heater, just call us from any phone, anywhere in the
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Factory Address:
A. O. Smith India Water Products Private Limited
(formerly known as A. O. Smith India Water Heating Private Limited)
Plot 300, Phase - II, KIADB Industrial Area, Harohalli, Kanakapura Taluk,
Ramanagara District, Karnataka – 562 112, India.
CIN: U31909KA2006PTC040282
About A. O. Smith
A. O. Smith India Water Products Private Limited was established in 2006. Since then, the
A. O. Smith team has conducted numerous focus group studies and spent endless research
hours determining what India wanted in a water heater. Backed by 75 years of proven
technological advances, A. O. Smith India has created a stylish design with features demanded
by the Indian consumer.
The A. O. Smith plant started with manufacturing facilities spread over 76,000 sq. ft. is located
on 20 acres, just outside Bengaluru, in the KIADB Industrial Area, Harohalli. The India
operations is the 16th A. O. Smith manufacturing facility worldwide. In 2013, additional
150,000 sq. ft. was added in Bengaluru factory. A. O. Smith's India plant has extensive
engineering and technical resources and has the latest technologies incorporated. A. O. Smith
is the first manufacturer to invest in and produce glass lined water heaters in India.
Today, A. O. Smith Corporation is one of the largest water heater manufacturers in the world
and is a global leader in innovative technology and energy efficient solutions.
What's in the box?
Electric Water Heater with
wired Remote control
User Guide
Safety Valve
Remote
Accessories
Wall Mounting
Accessories
Discharge
Tube
Contents
Read Before Operation..........................................................
General ..................................................................................
Specifications ........................................................................
Key Features ..........................................................................
Safety Precautions.................................................................
Installation ...........................................................................
Connecting Safety Valve .......................................................
Connecting to Water Supply.................................................
Operation ..............................................................................
Troubleshooting ....................................................................
Circuit Diagram ....................................................................
Warranty................................................................................
Jurisdiction ............................................................................
Expert Company Service .......................................................
Service and Maintenance .....................................................
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Read Before Operation
On Receipt
It is our policy to promote safe delivery of all orders. This product shipment has been
thoroughly checked, packed and quality certified before leaving our factory.
Visible Loss or Damage
If any of the goods called for on the bill of lading or express receipt are damaged or the
quantity is short, do not accept them until the freight or express delivery agent makes an
appropriate notation on your freight bill or receipt.
Concealed Loss or Damage
When a shipment has been delivered to you in apparent good condition, but upon opening
the packaging if any loss or damage has taken place while in transit, inform the carrier’s
agent / A. O. Smith representative immediately.
About this manual
This manual is a guide to good practice for operating and periodic maintenance of the
A. O. Smith CEWHR water heater.
Do not operate before reading manual supplied with this product.
Please follow instructions in this manual to ensure personal safety and proper operation of
this product. Always install, operate, inspect and maintain this product in accordance with
all applicable standards. Please store this user manual carefully for any future reference.
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General
Safety
Your safety and the safety of your loved ones is paramount. There are several safety related
messages in this manual, which have been provided during various steps such as the
installation, operation and maintenance of your CEWHR water heater. These messages point
out potential hazards and also educate on how to reduce any potential risks. Please always
read and follow all safety messages as provided in this user manual.
This is the safety alert symbol. This symbol alerts you to potential hazards
that can hurt you and others. All safety messages will follow the safety
alert symbol and either the word “DANGER” or “WARNING”.
DANGER
WARNING
CAUTION
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which if not avoided, could
result in death or serious injury.
ndicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result
in minor or moderate injury or property damage.
WARNING
DO NOT use this water heater if any part has been under water. Immediately contact a
Qualified Service Technician to inspect the water heater and contact A. O. Smith Service
personnel to replace any part of the control system which has been under water. Failure to
follow this instruction can result in property damage, serious injury or death.
Important
These instructions have been written as a guide for the proper installation and operation of
your water heater. A. O. Smith will not accept any liability where these instructions have
not been followed. However, for your safety and to avoid damage caused by improper
installation, it is recommended that water heater must be installed by a Qualified Service
Technician.
Before proceeding with the installation instructions:
1.
Inspect the water heater and its component parts for possible damage. Do Not
install or attempt to repair any damaged component parts. If you detect any
damage in the water heater, please contact the Dealer where the water heater
was purchased or call A. O. Smith Customer care.
2.
Verify that the voltage being supplied corresponds to that which is marked on the
water heater manual.
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Specifications
Model (Horizontal Wall Mounted)
Volume [L]
CEWHR 35
CEWHR 50
35
50
Power [kW]
CEWHR 70 CEWHR 100
70
100
1/1.5/2.5
Voltage/Frequency [V/Hz]
~220-230/50
Actual Stdg. Loss [kWh/24h/45°C diff.]
0.684
NA
0.920
NA
Reheating Time for 35°C rise [in min.]
49
67
88
110
Temperature range [°C]
pressure
35-75 ± 5
N/cm2
80
Water head (metres)
80
Rated water
Inlet/Outlet connections [inch]
Net Weight (kgs)
½ BSP
22
24
31
Dimensions
Model
A [mm]
øB [mm]
C [mm]
CEWHR
35
760
395
100
CEWHR
50
880
395
100
CEWHR
70
905
463
100
CEWHR
100
1070
463
100
Figure 1
A
Ø
C
Note: Image may vary from the actual product.
3
B
34
Figure 2
6
Without Service Cover
5
With Service Cover
7
4
9
8
10
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Item Description
1
Cold water inlet pipe with diffuser
2
Hot water outlet pipe
3
Safety Valve
4
Wired Remote control
5
Blue Cap
6
Red Cap
7
Anode
8
Heating Element
9
Thermal Cut-out
10
Installation Bracket
4
3
1
Key Features
Blue Diamond® Glass Lining
Blue Diamond® technology increases the life of the inner tank. The lining is
stronger and more corrosion resistant than any other in the industry.
Dual Glass Coated Heating Elements
Scale and sediment build-up on the surface of the element can lead to
premature failure. A. O. Smith Glass Coating helps to prevent scale formation
and extends the life of the heating elements. Dual element helps in quick
water heating.
Anode Rod
The tank has an anode rod which has stainless steel core that is designed to
protect the tank from corrosive elements. The anode rod uses a special cathodic
action to fight these elements and thus prolong the life of the water heater.
Remote Controls
The LED displays set temperature, actual temperature, timer, clock, etc. The user
can select the set temperature within the range of 35°C to 75°C. It is easy to
operate the water heater with wired remote control even if the water heater is
placed in an enclosed area.
Safety Valve
The safety valve is designed to automatically relieve and discharge water, in case
the pressure overshoots the preset limits.
Note: A. O. Smith reserves the right to amend or modify the specifications and features at any
time, as and when required without any prior notification.
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Safety Precautions
During Installation
Do not install the water heater where there is
direct sunlight or rain. It is has to be installed
indoor only.
Do not install the water heater where water
splashes on the water heater.
Figure 3
Figure 4
CAUTION
CAUTION
Installation
Before installing, ensure that the following tools are available:
Tools Required
Figure 5
Adjustable
Wrench
Teflon Tape
Ruler
Bubble Level Indicator
Measuring Tape
6
Hammer
Impact
Drill Tool
Mounting the Water Heater
‡ Before locating the position for
installation of the water heater, make sure
that there is sufficient clearance between
the ceiling and the side wall.
‡ Select a place to mount water heater
horizontally with water connection at the
bottom.
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heating cycle of the water heater to
relieve excess water due to heat
expansion. So, the drain should always
be exposed to the atmosphere and
should not be blocked. Make sure the
Discharge tube is continuously facing
downward and is in a frost free
ambience.
Figure 6
Ceiling
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leakage of the tank or connections will
not result in damage to the area
adjacent or to lower floors of the
structure.
Wall
Water
Heater
Figure 7
‡ Water heater must be located within 3-1/2ft. (approx.) from a grounded 220V-230V
electrical outlet.
‡ Make sure that the wall can withstand at least twice the weight of the water heater
when completely filled with water.
Figure 8
3-1/2 ft
Solid
Concrete
Wall
False
Wall
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drill 2 holes at least 90mm deep in the
wall (Step 3). The two holes should be
aligned horizontally.
Model
CEWHR-70
380
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holes is given in the below table (Step 2).
CEWHR-100
380
D (mm)
CEWHR-35
260
CEWHR-50
380
Figure 9
1
D
3
90 mm
Concrete
Wall
2
Hole
D
Drilling
Tool
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hook through Installation bracket. Tug
downwards on the water heater to
ensure that the water heater is fixed
steadily.
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(Step 1).
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Expansion anchor and insert the screw
over the Expansion anchor and tighten
the screw by rotating it till it gets fixed
steadily (Step 2).
Figure 11
Installation
Bracket
Figure 10
2
Water
Heater
Wall
Expansion
anchor
1
Concrete
Wall
1
1
Concrete
Wall
Water
Heater
3
Wall
Hole
Water
Heater
Hanger
hook
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Hanger hook
Expansion
anchor
2
Screw
3
Water
Heate
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Hanger hook
8
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DANGER
HOT
Hot Water is dangerous, especially for children, aged or the disabled. The
Water Heater allows you to control the temperature of your hot water. Water
Temperatures over 52°C can cause severe burns instantly or death from scalds.
Do not leave a child or an infirm person in the bath unsupervised.
Scalding
Connecting Safety Valve
Wrap the threaded part of the cold water
inlet pipe with Teflon tape.
Connect the Safety valve to cold water inlet
pipe with Teflon tape wrapped on the inlet
pipe and rotate it in clockwise direction till
it get fixed.
Figure 12
Blue Cap
Teflon
Figure 13
Safety
Valve
Cold water
inlet pipe
Connect the one end of the Discharge tube to the Safety vavle and connect the other
end of the Discharge tube to drain.
Figure 14
Blue Cap
Safety Valve
Discharge Tube
To Drain
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Connecting to Water Supply
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to the Installation Diagram (Fig. 15).
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Steel (SS) braided hoses (Flexible Hoses)
having a minimum pressure rating of 8
Bar and hoses should be compatible for
hot water applications.
Red Cap
Blue Cap
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[Blue Cap].
Hot Water Tap
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[Red Cap].
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as shown in Installation Diagram (Fig.15).
Cold
Water
Tap
To Drain
Safety Valve
Lever
Discharge Tube
Figure 15 Installation Diagram
*Flexible Hoses to be procured by the customer, not part of standard product.
CAUTION
‡ Make sure a suitable Teflon tape is used for all plumbing connections to prevent
leakage.
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Ensure that the free end of the Discharge tube is placed over a suitable drain and
away from the users.
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the Safety valve) in case excessive pressure is developed. The contents of the
discharge from the Safety valve may be hot and may cause burns to the users and
damage nearby objects if not properly routed to a drain.
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basis to ensure that there are no blockages and also to remove any lime deposits
that would have been formed inside the water heater.
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being operated. Ensure that the water is filled completely in the water heater before
switching it ON.
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pressure rating of 8 Bar and hoses should be compatible for hot water applications.
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Installation of wired Remote control
For convenience of operation, please install the wired Remote control bracket on the wall near
the water heater. The length of the wire for the wired remote control is approximately 8 feet.
1. Mark the holes on the wall. The 2 holes should be aligned vertically. The vertical
distance between the 2 holes should be 24mm (Fig. 17).
2. Drill 2 holes of 30mm depth on the wall by using an electric Impact Drill tool (Fig. 8)
of diameter 6mm bit.
3. Fix the bracket on the wall by Expansion anchor and screw as shown in (Fig. 16).
Installation of Bracket for wired Remote
control
Bracket for wired Remote control
Figure 16
Figure 17
Bracket
Wall
Screw
24mm
Expansion anchor
WARNING
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Bracket.
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Operation
Filling the Tank
1. Open a nearby hot water faucet to permit
air to escape.
Figure 18
2. Open the cold water inlet valve fully,
filling the water heater and the piping.
3. Close hot water faucet when water flows.
4. Check all the connections to see if there is
any leakage. In case of a leakage, drain
the water completely, repair the leaking
joint and then refill the water heater.
CAUTION
‡ This water heater should not be operated with insufficient amount of water. Failure to
do so may result in damage to the water heater and injuries to the user. This will also
make the warranty null and void.
‡ Once the Mounting, Safety valve, Plumbing and Water filling is completed, then only the
power supply should be switched ON.
Connecting to Electrical supply
The power cord and plug are connected with
this water heater. Find a separate socket for
power plug and make sure the socket is in
firm contact with the plug. Ensure that
reliable earthing has been done.
Figure 19
CAUTION
‡ Connect the water heater using independent sockets, do not use any adapters. Use
multimeter to check whether the live line and neutral line are not reverse, to ensure
complete safety.
‡ Before installing the water heater, confirm that the power of water heater matches electric
meter capacity and supply wire.
‡ The water heater should be earthed reliably. It is prohibited to connect the earth wire to
neutral wire or faucet water pipe.
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Wired Remote Control
Figure 20
LED display
Backlight LED indicators
Indicates the water temperature,
clock, timer and Error messages
flash in the event of a failure.
Indicates the different modes of the
water heater.
Clock Set
Override Heating
Used to set the Real Time clock.
Used to switch ON the water heater
instantly in the timer mode.
Power button
Used to switch ON/OFF the
water heater.
Power Selecting
Used to select the Power option
i.e., 1000W, 2000W or 3000W.
Timers
Used to set the ON/OFF time for the
water heater to switch ON/OFF
automatically.
Thermostat
Increases or decreases the set temperature or time
(when the timers or Clock Set is pressed.
The wired Remote control for the water heater allow the customer to control the functions of
the water heater and to diagnose certain fault conditions
Initial Power
Power ON/OFF
When the water heater power supply plug is
connected, it is in initial power on state, i.e.
the water heater is ready for heating the
water. The wired Remote control will perform
the diagnosis function and all LED indicators
will glow and then switch off as shown in
(Fig. 21).
To turn the wired Remote control on or off,
press the Power button. While heating, the
display shows actual temperature of water
inside the tank and the LED display glows as
shown in (Fig. 22).
Figure 22
Figure 21
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Clock Set
Temperature Setting
The clock is Real Time Clock. Press “Clock
Set” button for 3 seconds, the hour time
(first two digits) starts blinking. Adjust the
hour time by pressing S or T button and
press “Clock Set” button to set the hour time
and press “Clock Set” button again, the
minutes time (last two digits) starts blinking.
Adjust the minute time by pressing S or T
button and press “Clock Set” button to set
the minute time. Now the clock time is set as
shown in (Fig. 23).
Press the S or T button until the required
temperature is displayed on the LED
display. Wait for few seconds without
pressing any buttons, the value flashing in
the LED display will be changed as set
temperature and stored in memory. It will
return to its normal mode and the heating
of the water is based on the new set
temperature. While setting, the LED display
glows as shown in (Fig. 24).
Figure 23
Figure 24
3 sec
or
or
or
or
NOTICE
You can know the time by pressing the “Clock Set” button in power on mode. The time will
display for ten seconds, then return to temperature display mode as shown in (Fig. 22).
NOTICE
‡ The clock time to be set before setting the Timing mode.
‡ Default set temperature (factory setting) is 70°C.
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Modes
There are two types of modes depending on the actual water temperature inside the inner
tank of the water heater:
Heating mode
Standby mode
When the actual temperature of the water
is less than the set temperature, it enters
into Heating mode. The Heating LED
indicator glows as shown in (Fig. 25).
After the water heater reaches set temperature,
it will enter into the Standby mode due to
thermostat cut-off and Heating LED indicator
switch off as shown in (Fig. 26).
Figure 25
Figure 26
When the temperature of the water drops by 5°C from the set temperature due to usage of
water, the water heater again enters into the Heating mode.
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Timing Modes
There are two types of Timing modes used to set the ON/OFF time for the water heater to
switch ON/OFF automatically.
Time ON mode
Time OFF mode
‡ This mode is used to set the ON time for
the water heater to switch ON
automatically
‡ This mode is used to set the OFF time
for the water heater to switch OFF
automatically
‡ Press and hold “Timers” button for
3 seconds (Step 1) to enter “Time ON”
mode, the hour time (first two digits)
starts blinking. Adjust the hour time by
pressing S or T button (Step 2) and
press “Timers” button again, the minute
time (last two digits) starts blinking.
Adjust the minute time by pressing
S or T button and press “Timers”
button to set the minute time and the
LED display glows as shown in (Fig. 27).
‡ Press “Timers” button again to exit the
“Timing ON” mode and “Time OFF“
flashes indicating you are now in the
“Time OFF“ mode and the “Timing OFF”
values will flash.
‡ Press and hold “Timers” button for 3
seconds (Step 1) to enter “Time OFF”
mode, the hour time (first two digits)
starts blinking. Adjust the hour time by
pressing S or T button (Step 2) and
press “Timers” button again, the minute
time (last two digits) starts blinking.
Adjust the minute time by pressing
S or T button and press “Timers”
button to set the minute time and the
LED display glows as shown in (Fig. 28).
Figure 27
1
Press and
hold for
3sec
Figure 28
or
1
Press and
hold for
3sec
2
or
or
or
2
or
or
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Power Selecting
Override Heating
The water in the tank heats quick by changing
the power options. The default power
selection is 2000W. It can be changed to
1000, 1500 or 2500 W by pressing the “Power
Selecting” button. The LED display glows as
shown in (Fig. 29).
By pressing the ”Override Heating” button,
the water heater enters the heating state
instantly after the “Time OFF” time. The
heating continues until the set temperature
is reached. You can exit the heating mode
by pressing the “Override Heating” button
again during the instant heating mode. The
LED display glows as shown in (Fig. 30).
Figure 29
Figure 30
Draining the Tank
Whenever the water heater is not used for an
extended period, unplug the unit and drain. If
it is below freezing temperature, you will
need to unplug the unit and drain it.
Figure 31
Safety Valve Port
Discharge Lever
‡ Switch off the electric supply to the water
heater.
‡ Open the hot water tap until the water runs
cool.
‡ Close cold water supply.
Discharge Tube
‡ Drain the water by lifting the Discharge lever
of Safety valve upwards (Refer “Figure 31”).
CAUTION
Please turn off the power supply to the water heater prior to draining the water heater.
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Troubleshooting
The water heater may not operate as desired if used incorrectly or there is a minor cause,
even though the product has no fault. In these cases, check the following issues to solve
simple problems without the help from the Customer care centre. If the problem does not
solve after checking the following issues, call Customer care centre.
Problem
Possible Cause(s)
Solution
No display on
LED display.
No power supply to the
water heater.
Turn ON electrical switch.
Thermal Cut-out trips
Call Customer care centre.
LED display glows
but no hot water.
Heating element breakdown Call Customer care centre.
or internal wiring error.
No hot water.
Thermal Cut-out switch
open.
Call Customer care centre.
No power supply to the
water heater.
Check the power socket.
Control circuit or internal
wiring error.
Call Customer care centre.
Improper thermostat
calibration.
Call Customer care centre.
Water temperature
is too high.
Water heats slowly.
Thermal Cut-out trips.
Call Customer care centre.
Heating Element is not
functioning.
Call Customer care centre.
Piping connection leaks. Connection not sealed.
Re-connect piping, using
Teflon tape.
Water leakage from
product.
Switch off power immediately
and Call Customer care centre.
Leakage in tank or
other parts.
Note: Call Customer care centre on 1800-103-2468
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Error Messages and Actions
Error Code
Reason
Self-diagnostic / Action
E1
Temperature sensor circuit
short or open.
Call Customer care centre.
E3
Exceeds maximum operating
temperature.
Call Customer care centre.
E5
Low voltage protection
(<176 V).
Switch off the water heater
and switch on the water
heater when voltage returns to
normal.
If the problem still persists
switch off the water heater
and call Customer care centre.
Circuit Diagram
Figure 32
Thermal
Cutout
Power Board
Element
Brown
L1
Red
L2
White
Black
1000W
N Com
Yellow/Green
Blue
Tank+Body
L
N
PE
1500W
Eight-core Cable
Control
Board
Temperature
Sensor
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Warranty
Product Warranty
Your A. O. Smith water heater is warranted against defects
arising from faulty design, workmanship and materials for a
period of 24 months from the date of the invoice, subject to the
following conditions:
1. The customer will notify the Company promptly about
defects noticed and give the Company or its Authorised
service provider adequate opportunity to inspect, test and
remedy them, for which the customer will deposit the
goods, if necessary, with the Company's Office / Authorised
service provider along with the original invoice.
2. Special warranty from the date of purchase is subject to the
following conditions:
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- 2 + 2 Years*
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- 2 Years
3. Inspection and Test Report of the Company's Office /
Authorised service provider will be treated as final and
binding under the warranty for determining the defects,
repairs / alterations required or carried out, or certifying
working of the goods thereafter.
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Warranty
on tank
4
Extended
Warranty*
* Register your product with
the A. O. Smith Customer
Care Centre [1800-103-2468]
within 60 days of purchase
and you will get an extended
warranty on the element
[from 2 years to 4 years].
4. The Company or its Authorised service provider will be entitled to retain any defective
part replaced under the warranty.
5. The Company's liability under the warranty will be limited only to defects which occur
under conditions of proper installation, normal operation and under proper use. It
excludes defects occurring because of abuse, faulty care or maintenance and repairs /
alterations to product or the parts by unauthorised person.
6. The water heater should not be operated without water inside the tank. This will make
the warranty null and void.
7. In case of dry heating (water heater operated without water inside the tank), if the
water heater or any component of the water heater is damaged, then it will be repaired /
changed on a chargeable basis. After any repair or part replacement in the water heater,
the basic warranty continues as per the actual date of purchase.
8. Components subject to wear, such as Anode, are not covered under this warranty.
9. The customer will have no claim under this warranty in respect of any personal injury,
damage or property or consequential damages, or for utilisation of the goods not in
accordance with the user guide.
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General Terms of Warranty
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The “goods” shall mean the goods described in the purchase agreement.
“The customer” shall mean the original purchaser under the purchase agreement.
“The Company” shall mean A. O. Smith India Water Products Private Limited.
The “Purchase Agreement” shall mean the General Terms and Conditions of Sale agreed
upon by the customer and the Company as printed on the Invoice.
5. “Invoice” shall mean the Invoice issued for the Unit by the Company or Authorised
Dealer to the customer describing the goods and indicating, inter alia, the total
purchase price thereof, the name of the customer and the place where the goods are to
be installed.
6. “User Guide” shall mean the instructions for installation leaflet published by the
Company and delivered to the customer.
Note: Follow any one for registration of the Extended Warranty
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Post Warranty
1. The customer may be offered a yearly Service Contract at the prevailing Company rates
and terms.
2. In case the customer does not wish to enter the Service Contract, he has an option to
call our Customer Care Centre and get A. O. Smith water heater unit serviced on actual
basis i.e. by paying the Labour Cost and Spares needed to attend to that Service or
Complaint Call at the prevailing Company rates. Such service will be rendered by the
Company in towns or places where the Company has its Authorised service providers.
3. In case of product repair after warranty by Authorised service provider, all expenses of
transporting the goods to and from the Authorised service provider shall be borne by the
customer directly.
4. If, during such service, it is necessary for the Company or Authorised service provider to
replace or repair defective components or parts, the customer shall be required to pay
for the same as per the Company's prevailing price list.
Jurisdiction
The courts of competent jurisdiction at Bengaluru, Karnataka shall have exclusive jurisdiction
over all matters arising out of any disputes in relation to the product.
Expert Company Service - Power of 1
1. Different models has different service delivery levels.
2. Service level mentioned for particular models are applicable for Metros and A Class Cities
e.g. Delhi and NCR, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Pune, Goa, Cochin, Chennai,
Chandigarh and Ahmedabad.
3. Service level deliverables are valid up to city municipal limit only.
4. Service level may differ in case of public holidays and unavoidable conditions due to
natural climate, any political and regional regulations.
5. Power of 1 valid service is applicable for calls registered at A. O. Smith call centre before
4 p.m. only.
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Warranty Card
Customer Copy to be retained by the Customer
Invoice Number: ___________________________ Dated: _________________________
Unit Serial Number: __________________________________
Model: _________________________ Capacity: ______________________
Customer's Name and Address: ______________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
Ph: _______________ Mobile: _____________________ E-mail: ___________________
Dealer’s Stamp and Signature
Warranty Card
Company Copy to be sent back to the Company
Invoice Number: ___________________________ Dated: _________________________
Unit Serial Number: __________________________________
Model: _________________________ Capacity: ______________________
Customer's Name and Address: ______________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
Ph: _______________ Mobile: _____________________ E-mail: ___________________
Dealer’s Stamp and Signature
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Service and Maintenance
For Service needs:
Please contact our A. O. Smith
Toll Free Number : 1800-103-2468
SMS us
: +91 99410 32468
E-mail us
: aosmithcs@aosmithindia.com
Registered Office
A. O. Smith India Water Products Private Limited
(formerly known as A. O. Smith India Water Heating Private Limited)
Plot 300, Phase - II, KIADB Industrial Area, Harohalli, Kanakapura Taluk,
Ramanagara District, Karnataka – 562 112, India.
‡ Toll Free No.: 1800-103-2468 ‡ Website: www.aosmithindia.com
CIN: U31909KA2006PTC040282
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Part No.:331088-000_R0 Date: 18-11-2014
Manufactured by A. O. Smith India Water Products Private Limited
(formerly known as A. O. Smith India Water Heating Private Limited)
Plot 300, Phase - II, KIADB Industrial Area, Harohalli, Kanakapura Taluk, Ramanagara District, Karnataka – 562 112, India.
Toll Free: 1800-103-2468 Website: www.aosmithindia.com
CIN: U31909KA2006PTC040282
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