Amtrol WELL-X1 Product manual

Amtrol WELL-X1 Product manual
INSTALLATION, OPERATION & MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
WELL-X-TROL® WELL-X1®
with GUARDIAN CP™ Control
1400 Division Road, West Warwick, RI 02893
T: 401.884.6300
F: 401.885.2567
www.amtrol.com
INSTALLER: LEAVE THIS MANUAL WITH THE OWNER
The WELL-X1 tank comes with a 7 year warranty and the WELL-X1 digital control comes with a 2 year warranty. See back page for
warranty information
IMPORTANT GENERAL SAFETY INFORMATION - ADDITIONAL SPECIFIC SAFETY ALERTS APPEAR IN THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS.
READ CAREFULLY THE PRODUCT INSTALLATION, OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL. FAILURE TO FOLLOW
THE INSTRUCTIONS AND WARNINGS IN THE MANUAL MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS OR FATAL INJURY AND/OR PROPERTY
DAMAGE, AND WILL VOID THE PRODUCT WARRANTY. THIS PRODUCT MUST BE INSTALLED BY A QUALIFIED PROFESSIONAL. FOLLOW
ALL APPLICABLE LOCAL AND STATE CODES AND REGULATIONS, IN THE ABSENCE OF SUCH CODES, FOLLOW THE CURRENT EDITIONS
OF THE NATIONAL PLUMBING CODE AND NATIONAL ELECTRIC CODE, AS APPLICABLE.
This is the safety alert symbol. It is used to alert you to personal injury hazards. Obey all safety instructions that follow this symbol
to reduce the risk of possible injury or death as well as property damage.
9013-0006 (03/11)
1. TABLE OF CONTENTS
GENERAL SAFETY INFORMATION............................................................ 2
COMPONENTS............................................................................................. 3
INSTALLATION AND SIZING CONSIDERATIONS...................................... 4
INSTALLATION CONSIDERATIONS........................................................... 5
PLUMBING................................................................................................... 6
WIRING......................................................................................................... 8
STARTUP & ADJUSTMENT......................................................................... 9
PUMP PROTECTION & DIAGNOSTICS.................................................... 13
TROUBLESHOOTING................................................................................ 14
REPLACEMENT PARTS............................................................................ 15
2. GENERAL SAFETY INFORMATION
This Product, like most Products under
pressure, may over time corrode. weaken
and burst or explode, causing serious or fatal injury, leaking
or flooding and/or property damage. To minimize risk, a
licensed professional must install and periodically inspect
and service the Product. A drip pan connected to an
adequate drain must be installed if leaking or flooding could
cause property damage. Do not locate in an area where
leakage of the tank or connections could cause property
damage to the area adjacent to the appliance or to lower
floors of the structure.
Chlorine & Aggressive Water: The water
quality can significantly influence the life of
this Product. You should test for corrosive elements, acidity,
total solids and other relevant contaminants, including
chlorine and treat your water appropriately to insure
satisfactory performance and prevent premature failure.
NOTE: Inspect for shipping damage and notify freight
carrier or store where purchased immediately if damage
is present. To avoid risk of personal injury and property
damage, if the product appears to be malfunctioning or
shows signs of corrosion, call a qualified professional
immediately. Current copies of the Product manual can be
viewed at www.amtrol.com. Use proper safety equipment
when installing.
ELECTROCUTION AND EXPLOSION HAZARD! Before
work is performed on the Product, turn off the power to the
Product and release all pressure in the system.
As in all plumbing products and water
storage vessels, bacteria can grow in this
Product, especially during times of non-use. Consult your
local plumbing professional regarding any steps you may
wish to take to safely disinfect your home’s
plumbing system.
DANGER! EXPLOSION HAZARD, WHEN
THE WELL-X1® HAS BEEN IN SERVICE
AND A CHANGE TO A HIGHER PRE-CHARGE PRESSURE
IS NECESSARY DUE TO A REQUIRED CHANGE IN THE
PRESSURE SWITCH SETTING, FAILURE TO FOLLOW
INSTRUCTION MANUAL CAN CAUSE A RUPTURE OR
EXPLOSION, POSSIBLY CAUSING SERIOUS OR FATAL
INJURY, AND/OR PROPERTY DAMAGE. • DO NOT ADJUST
THE PRE-CHARGE PRESSURE IF THERE HAS BEEN A
REDUCTION OF THE PUMP CYCLE TIME OR THE PRECHARGE PRESSURE COMPARED TO ITS INITIAL SETTING.
THIS IS BECAUSE REDUCTION IN PUMP CYCLE TIME CAN
RESULT FROM LOSS OF TANK AIR PRESSURE WHICH IN
TURN CAN MEAN THERE MAY BE INTERNAL CORROSION
AND ANY RE-PRESSURIZATION OR ADDITIONAL
PRESSURE COULD RESULT IN RUPTURE OR EXPLOSION,
AND/OR PROPERTY DAMAGE.
RELIEF VALVE REQUIRED. A relief valve
has been installed which is set to open at
excessive pressures (100 psig or more). This will protect the
Well-X1® and other system components should the pressure
switch malfunction and fail to shut the pump off. The relief
valve is installed at the connection of the Well-X1® to the
system piping.
Before attempting any service and
disassembly, shut off power to the pump.
Ensure power is disconnected prior to removing motor.
Ensure power is disconnected before cleaning
is attempted.
This control is capable of running pumps
to pressures that may exceed the
limitations of system components. Never set the operation
pressure higher than that of the safe system capacity.
This control can be adjusted to a narrow
pressure differential. This can cause the
pump to cycle rapidly with an improperly sized tank, leading
to pump damage. This may require a larger pressure tank
than normally used.
the Well-X1®.
Every Well-X1® is air tested to 150 psig,
the maximum working pressure for
The pump controller is not a disconnect.
The pump may be activated at any time.
The electrical system must be considered energized at all
times unless the circuit breaker is open. The disconnect for
the controller must break all incoming power lines. As with
a mechanical pressure switch, when installed with three
wire 230 vac pumps or any 3-phase pump, a standard pump
motor starter or a relay must be used.
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3. COMPONENTS
The Well-X1® combines all the standard well tank components in a single, easy to install package. The pressure tank,
control and tank fittings are factory-installed. After removing from the carton, inspect the Well-X1 for damage and ensure
all components are present.
GUARDIAN CP™ CONTROL
COVER
RELIEF VALVE
AIR CHARGING
VALVE
WATER
CONNECTIONS(2)
CONTROL
MOUNTING
BRACKET
TANK
TUBING
PRESSURE
TANK
DRAIN
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4. INSTALLATION AND SIZING CONSIDERATIONS
The Well-X1® functions like a traditional pressure switch by cycling the pump on and off. The factory pressure settings
are 40 psi cut-in and 60 psi cut-out. The controller allows these settings to be adjusted to best suit the application. The
Well-X1® can operate in two primary modes:
A. STANDARD OPERATION
Using a standard 20 psi differential, the Well-X1® can be sized according to the chart below. In this
application, the sizing and performance will be similar to a traditional pressure tank and mechanical
switch combination.
PUMP GPM
WELL-X1® SELECTION FOR STANDARD SYSTEMS
Control Setting (cut-in/cut-out) (psi)
30/50
40/60
50/70
60/80
4
WX1-250
WX1-250
WX1-250
WX1-250
5
WX1-250
WX1-250
WX1-250
WX1-250
7
WX1-250
WX1-250
WX1-250
WX1-250
10
WX1-250
WX1-250
WX1-250
WX1-251
12
WX1-250
WX1-250
WX1-251
WX1-251
15
WX1-251
WX1-251
WX1-302
WX1-302
18
WX1-251
WX1-302
WX1-302
WX1-302
20
WX1-302
WX1-302
WX1-302
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B. CONSTANT PRESSURE MODE
The Well-X1® control allows a narrow differential to provide consistent water pressure. The factory 20
psi differential can be reduced so the cut-in and cut-out pressures are within 10 psi. When installed as
a constant pressure system, the chart below should be used to ensure the tank volume is sufficient to
provide adequate cycle protection.
PUMP GPM
WELL-X1® SELECTION FOR CONSTANT PRESSURE
Control Setting (cut-in/cut-out) (psi)
40/50
50/60
60/70
70/80
4
WX1-250
WX1-250
WX1-250
WX1-250
5
WX1-250
WX1-250
WX1-250
WX1-250
7
WX1-250
WX1-250
WX1-251
WX1-251
10
WX1-251
WX1-251
WX1-302
WX1-302
12
WX1-251
WX1-302
WX1-302
WX1-302
15
WX1-302
WX1-302
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A relief valve has been installed which is set to open at excessive pressures (100 psig or
more). Do not exceed the pressure setting of the relief valve.
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5. INSTALLATION CONSIDERATIONS
LOCATION
The Well-X1® is designed for indoor and outdoor installations. The NEMA 3 enclosure can be installed in
direct weather. If installed outdoors, be sure the following conditions are met:
• Do not install where ambient temperatures can drop below freezing
or exceed 120° F.
• Use water-tight: wiring conduit, wire nuts and conduit connections
as dictated by applicable codes and ordinances.
• Protect the piping from mechanical damage.
• Install the relief valve blow down tube where venting water will not
cause personal injury or damage the surrounding property.
• Drip Pan and Drain: To avoid leaking and/or property damage,
install with a drip pan connected to an adequate working drain kept
clear at all times.
ORIENTATION
Ensure the installation meets all applicable local codes and is installed by a qualified professional.
Additionally, the following should be noted.
• This unit is designed for vertical installation above ground only.
Do not install horizontally or directly bury the unit. The Well-X1®
may be installed below grade in a well pit or other suitable
enclosure. Do not locate in an area where leaking or flooding
could cause property damage to surrounding areas.
• Check codes to determine if there are any height requirements
pertaining to the Well-X1®. Particularly, ensure the bottom
drain meets these requirements. If restrictions are imposed on
the proximity of drain connections to the floor, the unit may be
elevated on blocks or the bottom drain tube can be removed and
plugged, after which a sampling tap may be installed in the water
lines near the top of the Well-X1®.
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6. PLUMBING
1. Plumbing connections are similar to a traditional "tank
cross" or "tank tee". Provisions are made for popular line
sizes via a 1-1/4" NPT male outer thread and a 1" NPT
female inner thread. The plumbing connections are not
directional and allow flow from either side. When attaching
valves or fittings, uses the wrench flats provided.
WATER
CONNECTIONS
EXPLOSION HAZARD. Failure to
follow these instructions can cause a
rupture or explosion possibly causing serious or fatal
injury, flooding, and/or property damage.
2. Install the supply piping from the well pump. If required,
install a spring-loaded check valve.
CHECK
VALVE
3. Install a shutoff (service) valve on the outgoing line. This
will allow the Well-X1® to be tested prior to pressurizing
the entire system. DO NOT place a shutoff on the
incoming supply line.
NOTE: The relief valve is sized for a maximum flow rate
of 10 gpm at 125 psi. If the pump installation allows higher
flow rates, an additional relief valve must be installed.
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4. Connect the water line from the well pump to the inlet of
the Well-X1®.
FROM
WELL
5. Plumb the outgoing supply to the building's water
supply system or into the water treatment equipment
(if present).
TO
SYSTEM
6. Install a blow down tube from the relief valve to a drain
or to within 6" of the floor as required by local codes.
RELIEF
VALVE
A drip pan connected to an adequate
drain must be installed if leaking or
flooding could cause property damage.
BLOWDOWN
TUBE
6”
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7. WIRING
1. Shut off the circuit breaker for the well system. Loosen
the silver screw on top of the control and remove cover
to expose the control wires.
SCREW
Electrocution hazard. For your safety,
the information in this manual must be followed to
minimize the risk of electric shock, property damage
or personal injury. Properly ground to conform with all
governing codes and ordinances.
4. After completing the wiring, reattach top cover and
tighten screw. Ensure no loose wires protrude from the
control.
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LINE
MOTOR
MOTOR
WHITE
BLUE
3. Wiring is similar to a traditional mechanical pressure
switch. Two leads are connected to line supply, while
the other supply the pump motor or starter. Wire the
control to the line supply and pump motor or pump
starter as required by the manufacturer's instructions.
It is recommended that service switch be installed in
addition to the circuit breaker. The disconnect for the
controller must break all incoming power lines. This
should interrupt line voltage and be installed near the
Well-X1® and labeled appropriately.
WHITE/STRIPE
BLACK
LINE
2. The 12 gauge wire leads are pre-stripped and ready
to accept standard wire nuts. Each wire is color coded
to correspond with the diagram below. Use water tight
conduit, connections, and wire nuts for an outside
application.
8. STARTUP & ADJUSTMENT
1. After plumbing and wiring are complete, close
service valve to allow startup without pressurizing
entire plumbing system. If a service valve was
installed, close all fixtures in the home. Ensure
bottom drain is closed.
the
the
not
the
TO
SYSTEM
CLOSE
SERVICE
VALVE
FROM
WELL
2. Restore power to the Well-X1® by turning on the breaker
and electrical service switch (if installed). The display
will illuminate.
DISPLAY
3. The display will read "88" to test the display illumination,
then a number identifying the control type (i.e. 15). This
number is for factory use and may vary by model and
manufacture date.
4. After a slight pause, the pump will start and the system
pressure will be displayed. This number will increase
as the pump runs and the tank fills.
Note: Some jet pumps may be difficult to prime,
resulting in the low water cut-off activating if pressure
will not build above 10 psig. Depressing the s arrow
will temporarily override the low water cut-off to allow
proper priming.
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8. STARTUP & ADJUSTMENT (con't)
5.The factory cut-out (pump off) setting is 60 psig.
When the pump reaches 60 psig, the Well-X1® will
shut the pump off. Check the plumbing for leaks and
repair before continuing. If during startup the cutout setting of 60 psig cannot be reached, read the
adjustment instructions to lower the cut-out within the
pump's capability.
OPEN SERVICE VALVE
TO PRESSURIZE SYSTEM
6. Slowly open the service valve to allow the system to
pressurize. The pressure may drop slightly during this
process. After the valve is fully open, open the fixture
closest to the Well-X1® to begin drawing water from
the tank.
OPEN CLOSEST
FIXTURE TO
DRAW WATER
7. When the system reaches the factory cut-in (pump on)
setting of 40 psig, the pump will start. Like a traditional
mechanical switch, the pressure will begin to rise,
repeating the cycle. If desired, the Well-X1® settings
can now be adjusted as shown below.
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PRESSURE ADJUSTMENT
The Well-X1® utilizes a simple cut-in/cut-out adjustment. Before setting the desired operating range, refer to the chart
below to ensure the Well-X1's Maximum Acceptance is not exceeded. Adjust the precharge as shown on page 12.
CAUTION! Exceeding Maximum Acceptance will reduce tank life and cause irreparable damage.
Step 1: Find the Maximum Acceptance for the installed
Well-X1® model.
MODEL
MAXIMUM
ACCEPTANCE
.77
CUT-OUT PRESSURE
20
25
30
35
40
45
50
55
60
65
.55
10 .28 .38 .45 .50 .55 .59 .62 .65 .67 .69
.54
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CUT-IN PRESSURE
WX1-250
WX1-251
WX1-302
Step 2: Ensure the desired operating range does not
exceed that model's Maximum Acceptance.
1. To enter the programming mode, press and hold the
■ button until LO appears. This is the cut-in setting.
Factory default will be 40 psi.
20
75
80
.25 .34 .40 .46 .50 .54 .57 .60 .63 .65
.22 .30 .37 .42 .46 .50 .64 .57 .59 .61
25
.20 .27 .34 .39 .43 .47 .50 .53 .56 .58
30
.18 .25 .31 .36 .40 .44 .47 .50 .53
35
.17 .23 .29 .34 .38 .41 .45 .48
40
.16 .22 .27 .31 .35 .39 .42
45
.14 .20 .25 .30 .33 .37
50
.13 .19 .24 .28 .32
55
.13 .18 .22 .26
60
.12 .17 .21
65
.12 .16
70
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PRESS AND
HOLD TO
UNLOCK AND
SET CUT-IN
2. Use the s and t arrows to raise or lower the cutin setting. Adjustment can be made within 10 psig or
as wide as 55 psig of the cut-out setting to 60 psig. If
this range is exceeded, the display will cease to change
even though the button is being pressed.
Minimum setting is 10 psig.
t
11
70
t
3. To adjust the cut-out, depress ■ once and the display
will read HI. Again, press thetor s buttons to raise
or lower the setting. The same 10-55 psig differential
range applies.
PRESS AGAIN
TO SET
CUT-OUT
Maximum setting is 80 psig.
4. After adjusting the cut-in and cut-out, release the buttons.
After a slight pause, Pr will be displayed, indicating the
settings are saved in the event of a power outage.
PRECHARGE ADJUSTMENT
Whenever the cut-in (LO) setting is changed, the tank
precharge must be adjusted. To do this, shut the Well-X1®
off and open the drain to empty all water. Using an air
gauge, adjust the precharge to 2 psig below the cut-in
(LO) setting.
AIR VALVE
Failure to adjust the precharge will result in tank damage
or water interruption.
DANGER! Explosion Hazard. If the
Well-X1® has been in service and a change to a higher
pre-charge is necessary due to a required change in
the setting, failure to follow instruction below can cause
a rupture or explosion, possibly causing serious or fatal
personal injury, and/or property damage.
• Do not adjust or add pressure if there has been a loss
of air.
• Do not adjust the pre-charge pressure if there is visible
exterior corrosion.
• Do not adjust the pre-charge pressure if there has
been a reduction in pump cycle time or the precharge pressure compared to its initial setting. This is
because reduction in pump cycle time can result from
loss of tank air pressure which in turn can mean there
may be internal corrosion and any re-pressurization
or additional pressure could result in rupture
or explosion.
DRAIN
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9. PUMP PROTECTION AND DIAGNOSTICS
The Well-X1® continually monitors pressure, cycle time and voltage to protect the well pump. The following error codes
alert the user to a potential problem, prompting service.
E1: Rapid Cycle
E2: Low Suction (low water cut-off)
E3: Voltage Protection
WELL-X1® ERROR CODES
When an error occurs, the display will flash a diagnostic code.
ERROR CODE
POSSIBLE CAUSES AND CONTROL ACTION
E1: Rapid Cycle
Multiple cycles below a safe runtime indicate an incorrect
precharge, undersized Well-X1® or waterlogged tank. Pump
continues to run.
E2: Low Suction
Pump operation below 10 psi indicates a low well level, well
piping leak, insufficient prime, failing pump or loose wiring.
Pump will shut down and attempt to restart every 60 minutes.
E3: Voltage Protection
If line voltage varies outside a safe operating range, low or
high, the control will run for up to two minutes to ensure water
is available, then shut the pump off until voltage is restored to a
normal range.
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10. TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SOLUTION
Error code flashes
1. Error encountered
1. See Error Code section for possible causes.
No water at fixtures
1. Error encountered
2. No power
3. Water line obstructed
1. See Error Code section for possible causes.
2. Check circuit breaker and wiring.
3. Ensure shut-off valves are open, check filtration equipment
(if installed).
4. Repair or replace as necessary.
5. Ensure valves are closed.
6. Check piping.
4. Faulty pump
5. Drain or relief valve open
6. Leak in plumbing
Low water pressure
1. Pressure setting too low
2. Water line obstructed
3. Faulty pump
4. Pressure setting out of range
5. Incorrect wiring
1. Adjust pump cut-in and cut-out setting as described in manual.
2. Ensure shut-off valves are open, check filtration equipment
(if installed).
3. Check well pump.
4. Reduce pressure settings within pump capacity.
5. Check pump wiring.
Intermittent water interruption
1. Tank precharge too high
2. Recurring error
1. Adjust air pressure 2 psi below cut-in setting.
2. See Error Code section for possible causes.
No pressure (pump runs)
1. No pump prime (jet pumps)
2. Failing well pump
3. Incorrect wiring
1. Prime pump and restart.
2. Repair or replace as necessary.
3. Check pump wiring.
Display will not illuminate
1. Circuit breaker or switch off
2. Faulty or loose wiring
3. Failed control
1. Check breaker and service switch.
2. Check line supply wiring.
3. Replace.
Pump will not turn on
(Display illuminated)
1. Error encountered
2. Faulty pump
3. Failed control
4. Pressure sensor line blocked
5. Loose or faulty wiring
1. See Error Code section for possible causes.
2. Repair or replace as necessary.
3. Replace.
4. Remove and clean.
5. Check pump wiring.
Pump will not shut off
1. Pressure setting too high
2. Pump water line obstructed
3. Pump problem
1. Decrease pressure settings until pump an reach cut-out.
2. Ensure no shut-offs are closed between pump and Well-X1™.
3. Inspect well pump condition and sizing if pump cannot reach a
reasonable cut-out setting.
4. Replace.
Sediment or discoloration in water
1. Poor water quality
1. Install proper treatment equipment, drain and flush tank per
instructions contained in this manual.
Rapid pump cycling
1. Differential too narrow
1. Check sizing for intended operating range or spread differential
to obtain proper pump run time.
2. Adjust air pressure 2 psi below cut-in setting.
3. Replace.
4. Failed control
2. Improper precharge
3. Failed tank
Relief valve discharges
1. Over-pressure condition
2. Faulty relief valve
1. See "Pump will not shut off" above.
2. If pressure is below 100 psi, relief valve should not open.
Replace if faulty.
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11. REPLACEMENT PARTS
3
2
1
8
10
12
6
4
9
7
11
DESCRIPTION
POSITION
WX1-202
WX1-203
WX1-250
WX1-251
WX1-302
Replacement tank: Blue
1
144R273
146R825
145R379
145R380
150R92
Electronic control
2
146R2321
146R2321
146R2321
146R2321
146R2321
Control cover
3
146R2333
146R2333
146R2333
146R2333
146R2333
Mounting bracket
4
146R2336
146R2336
146R2336
146R2336
146R2336
Brass tee only (no accessories)
5
140R517
140R517
140R517
140R517
140R517
Pressure sensor tubing
6
9403R197
9403R197
9403R197
9403R197
9403R197
Pressure sensor fitting (elbow)
7
9401R100
9401R100
9401R100
9401R100
9401R100
Pressure sensor fitting (straight)
8
9403R195
9403R195
9403R195
9403R195
9403R195
Tank tubing replacement kit w/fitting
9
9403R199-5
9403R199-4
9403R199-3
9403R199-2
9403R199-1
Relief valve, 100 psig
10
9403R191
9403R191
9403R191
9403R191
9403R191
Drain assembly
11
196R0003
196R0003
166R0013
166R0013
166R0014
Mounting knob
12
9403R194
9403R194
9403R194
9403R194
9403R194
Not Shown
9196R0003
9196R0006
9166R013
9166R016
9166R019
Replacement carton
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receive authorization from an AMTROL distributor or AMTROL.
If you do not receive a prompt response, call AMTROL directly at
877-517-9673. Notice of a Warranty claim should be submitted by the authorized distributor to AMTROL at the following address:
AMTROL Inc., Warranty Claim Dept.
1400 Division Road, West Warwick, RI 02893
Before AMTROL determines to provide any replacement part or Product, it may as a pre-condition to making such a determination require that the
warranty claimant ship the Product, postage prepaid to an authorized AMTROL distributor, or to AMTROL and provide proof of purchase evidenced by
the original sales receipt or Product registration.
Replacement Product Warranty
In case of replacement of a Product or any component part, AMTROL reserves the right to make changes in the design, construction, or material of the
substitute components or products, which shall be subject to all of the terms and limitations of this Warranty, except that the applicable warranty periods
shall be reduced by the amount of time the warranty claimant owned the product prior to submitting notification of the warranty claim.
Revised 01/11
1400 Division Road, West Warwick, RI 02893
T: 401.884.6300
F: 401.885.2567
www.amtrol.com
AMTROL, AMTROL logo, GUARDIAN CP and Well-X1 are registered trademarks of AMTROL Inc. and affiliates
in the U.S. and elsewhere. All rights reserved.
Part #: 9013-0006 (03/11)
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