Aga Ranges 30AIM User's Manual
Aga 30AIM 115V
Installation
Operation &
Maintenance
Instructions
Starting Out
Remove Packaging
Your ice machine has been packed for shipment with all
parts that could be damaged by movement securely
fastened. Before installing the ice machine, be sure all
packing materials and tape have been removed.
Important
Save the carton packaging until your ice machine has been
thoroughly inspected and found to be in good condition. If
there is damage, the packaging will be needed as proof of
damage sustained in transit.
Installation
Select Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
Cabinet Clearance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
Electrical Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
Grounding Method . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
Drain Plumbing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
Water Supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
Caring for Your Ice Machine
Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Care of the Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Help Prevent Tragedies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Cleaning Your Ice Machine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
Things to Remember . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
Obtaining Service
Before Calling for Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
How to Obtain Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
For Your Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting One . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
Troubleshooting Two . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
Troubleshooting Three . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
Troubleshooting Four . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
Warranty Information
Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
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additions, replacements or compensation for previously purchased products.
Installation
Select Location
The proper location will ensure peak performance of your ice
machine. Choose a location away from heat and out of
direct sunlight. Best performance will be maintained when
installed within the following parameters:
Ideal Ambient Temperature Range*
built-in
55-80°F
55-90°F
freestanding
* Ice Machine will not perform correctly in ambient temperatures less than 55°F.
Cabinet Clearance
Electrical Connection
Ventilation is required for the bottom front section of the
unit where the grille is located. Keep this area open and
clear of any obstructions.
Check the serial nameplate for the correct power supply.
Use only the electrical power supply specified on the serial
nameplate. Do not use an extension cord.
Adjacent cabinets and countertop can be built around the
unit as long as no top trim or countertop is installed lower
than the top of the hinge. Make certain that the glides
supplied with the ice machine are installed according to
instructions. Make certain your ice machine is level.
Leveling adjustments can be made by raising or lowering
the glides on the bottom of the unit.
Grounding Method
This ice machine is equipped with a power supply cord
with ground. It must be plugged into a mating grounding
type receptacle in accordance with the National Electrical
Code and applicable local codes and ordinances.
DISCONNECT POWER SOURCE BEFORE
ADJUSTING LEVELING LEGS
THIS UNIT SHOULD NOT, UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES, BE UNGROUNDED.
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Installation: Drain Plumbing
Drain Plumbing
Your ice machine uses a gravity drain, (figure 1) that
requires 5/8" I.D. tubing from the back of the ice machine
to a plumbed connection to a sanitary sewer. Remove the
access panel to plumb in drain connection. Gravity drain
location for built-in units can be within the area shown in
figure 3. An optional drain pump, (figure 2) can be
purchased for your ice machine if a gravity drain is not
accessible.
OBSERVE AND FOLLOW ALL LOCAL CODES WHEN
INSTALLING ICE MACHINE.
figure 1
FAILURE TO USE ADEQUATE DRAINAGE SYSTEM
WILL RESULT IN SURROUNDING WATER DAMAGE
AND/OR POOR ICE PRODUCTION.
figure 2
figure 3
Gravity Drain Location
* With optional filler kit
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Water Supply
Water Supply
This ice machine must be connected to a potable, active
cold water supply line delivering water pressure at a
minimum of 20 psi and maximum of 120 psi.
• Water connection is made through a right angle garden
hose fitting. See garden hose fitting for detailed instruction sheet.
• A water filter is recommended for this unit. A quality filter
can remove particles as well as remove taste and odors
from water. Do not use any thread sealers.
• Softened water is not recommended. This will produce
mushy, cloudy ice cubes that will stick together.
• De-ionized water is not recommended. This water will not
form solid ice cubes.
• A water specialist can recommend proper water treatment.
• After installation of water line, turn on water and check for
any leaks. Additional tightening may be needed.
• Allow for extra water line for built-in installations for easy
removal of unit and to help prevent the water line from
kinking.
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Caring for Your Ice Machine
Operation
Normal Responsibilities of the Owner
Your ice machine is unique in forming ice. It uses fractional
freezing to form a slab of ice that is clear and has less
mineral content than the water it is produced from. This is
accomplished by running water over the cold evaporator
plate which gradually freezes the water to produce the ice
slab. Mineral deposits are left in the reservoir.
• All freight charges
When the ice slab reaches the correct thickness
determined by the temperature of the evaporator plate,
the electronic control switches to the harvest cycle to
harvest the ice. During the harvest cycle, the ice slab falls
from the evaporator to the ice grid cutter. Here, the ice
slab is cut into 3/4" squares by the grid cutter's heated
wires. During the harvest cycle, the drain valve will remain
open for 45 seconds to drain the reservoir of remaining
deposits. After that, the water valve will open for 2 minutes
providing 2 quarts of water to the reservoir for the next ice
production cycle.
• Leveling of unit.
The ice machine will keep producing ice until the ice
machine's bin is full and will restart automatically when ice
needs to be replenished in the bin.
Care of Unit
1. Avoid leaning on the cabinet door. You may bend the
door hinge or tip the unit.
• Damage sustained in transit
• Mileage charge(s) for service calls
• Proper installation including installation of leveling legs.
• Alterations to original equipment
• Removal or installation of additional equipment (i.e.
drain pump).
• Cleaning and normal maintenance outlined in this
manual.
• Drain and water supply plumbing to the ice machine.
Help Prevent Tragedies
Each year, children die because they climb inside a
discarded refrigeration product, get trapped inside and
suffocate. Take precautions to prevent such tragedies by
removing the door, taping or chaining it shut before
discarding.
2. Exercise caution when sweeping, vacuuming, or mopping near the front of the unit. Damage to the grille
and/or switch can occur.
3. Periodic cleaning of the inside of the ice machine components and inside of unit (see Cleaning Your Ice
Machine section).
4. Periodic checking and/or cleaning of the front grille and
condenser coils as needed.
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additions, replacements or compensation for previously purchased products.
Caring for Your Ice Machine
Cleaning Your Ice machine
8.
Remove the distributor tube, hose clamp, hose and
its rubber ends.
9.
Thoroughly clean the inside of the distributor tube
and the spray holes. You can use the same cleaning
solution as before and an old toothbrush to reach
the inside of the distributor tube.
The impurities will regularly (at the very least, annually)
need to be cleaned of this build-up, depending on use and
water hardness. You can use an acid such as one specified
for ice machine cleaning or you can use citric acid to
remove the build-up. To clean the ice machine:
10.
Reinstall the rubber ends, hose, and hose clamp to
the distributor and then reinstall the distributor tube
to the evaporator with the spray holes pointed to
the bottom of the evaporator plate. Reinstall the
front cover panel with the two front panel screws.
1.
Switch the selector switch to the "OFF" position.
11.
Clean the ice machine's interior, ice scoop, interior
door panel and door gasket with mild soap and
2.
Remove the drain plug at the bottom of the reservoir to drain any remaining water and then reinstall.
3.
Add the recommend cleaner solution to the reservoir of the ice machine. Access to the reservoir can
be obtained by removing the front panel screws
and the front panel. Determine to proper amount
of cleaner from the ice machine cleaner manufacturer's mixture ratio based on 3 quarts of water
(refer to manufacturer's directions).
Some impurities will remain and build-up in the ice
machine and stick to the ice machine's parts over time.
This build-up must be removed for proper ice production,
ice quality, and ice machine life. Your ice machine is
equipped with a cleaning mode that will help in cleaning
out these impurities.
4.
Replace the front cover panel and close the door.
5.
Switch the selector switch on the grille of the ice
machine the clean position. Three quarts of water
will automatically be added to the cleaning solution.
6.
The total cleaning time will end in 49 minutes. The
cleaning cycle will automatically rinse the evaporator plate and also drain the cleaning solution and
rinse water.
water. Using two tablespoons of baking soda in one
quart of warm water while cleaning will help remove
odors. Rinse with fresh water. Do not use any abrasive cleaning products.
Your ice machine is now clean and sanitized and may be
put back into operation by switching the selector witch to
the "ON" position.
Read manufacturer's warnings on ice machine cleaner
products. Personal injury can result.
7.
After the cleaning cycle has ended, remove the
front panel again and check that the build up has
been removed. The evaporator plate should be
clean, shiny, and smooth to the touch. If build up is
still visible, repeat the cleaning cycle above. If build
up is removed, continue below.
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Things to Remember
Things to Remember
• Allow your ice machine to run for 24-48 hours to accumulate ice in ice machine's bin.
• Keep your ice machine clean for proper ice quality, production, and unit life.
• Room and water temperatures will greatly affect the
output of ice in your unit (see table). Ice will also melt
away, especially at the start of an empty bin, but will
slow down as ice accumulates.
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50
70
70
34
32
80
30
27
90
23
20
WATER TEMPERATURE °F
ROOM TEMPERATURE °F
• Unplug your ice machine before working on unit.
WATER TEMPERATURE °F
ROOM TEMPERATURE °F
• Your unit will automatically shut down when the ice
bin is full.
APPROXIMATE TIME TO FILL
BIN (HOURS)*
PRODUCTION RATE
(LB/DAY)*
• Unit will cycle often between ice production and ice
harvest cycles.
50
70
70
31
34
80
41
58
90
60
82
*NOTE: DUE TO VARIABLES IN INSTALLATION AND USE, INDIVIDUAL RESULTS MAY VARY.
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Obtaining Service
Before Calling for Service
Before calling for service, check the following
items:
• Make sure unit is plugged into outlet.
• Check the outlet for power. Test outlet with lamp to
make certain outlet has power.
• Make sure ice machine's switch is in the "ON"
position.
• Make sure that there is cold water supplied to the ice
machine.
• Make sure drain plug on bottom of reservoir is
inserted.
• Make certain unit is level from front to back and side
to side.
2. If you are in an area where there is no service representative, write or call the manufacturer directly. We
will make recommendations as to the proper procedure for correction. Service work and replacement
parts, if required, will be provided as covered by
your limited warranty.
3. In all correspondence regarding service, be sure to
give the model number, serial number and proof of
purchase.
4. Try to have information or description of the nature
of the problem, how long the unit has been running, the room temperature, water temperatures,
and any additional information that may be helpful
in quickly solving the problem.
Every new ice machine that leaves the factory contains this
Owner's Guide. Keep this Owner's Guide in a safe place for
convenient reference.
• Make certain that the drain line to the ice machine is
unrestricted or kinked.
• Use troubleshooting guide, pages 11-14 for other
diagnosis.
If you are not able to correct the problem, contact your
dealer or the manufacturer. Be sure to have the model
number and the serial number handy before you call. The
model and the serial number are located on the lower
front part of the ice machine's cabinet.
How to Obtain Service
SEND IN YOUR WARRANTY RECORD CARD
IMMEDIATELY AFTER TAKING DELIVERY OF YOUR
ICE MACHINE.
For Your Records
Date of Purchase
Your ice machine requires little service because the best
and most up-to-date materials, equipment and quality
control methods are employed throughout the
manufacturing process.
Dealer's Name
Dealer's Address
If trouble occurs during normal operation, read "Things to
remember" section first and, if necessary, check the
troubleshooting guide. If service becomes necessary:
1. Contact the dealer where your appliance was purchased or the manufacturer for the name of the
nearest authorized service representative. The service representative will have full authority to make
any repairs deemed necessary.
Dealer's city
Dealer's State
Zip
Appliance Serial Number
Model Number
Date Warranty Card Mailed (within 10 days of purchase)
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Troubleshooting One
Problem
Possible Cause
Correction
Unit does not operate.
The unit is unplugged.
Breaker is tripped or fuse is blown.
Plug in the unit.
Reset breaker or replace fuse. Check to make sure there is not a short in
the electrical circuit.
Set the rocker switch on the grille of the ice machine to the "ON" position.
Ice machine selector switch is in the "OFF" position.
Unit operates but does not produce any ice. The unit has just been started and it has been less
than 6 hours.
Typical ice production cycle can take up to 1.5
hours. Initial startup cycles can be longer.
The selector switch is in the "OFF" or "CLEAN"
position.
No water in the reservoir.
Distributor tube is restricted.
Build up of deposits on evaporator plate.
Condenser fan air flow is restricted.
Room and/or water temperature is too warm.
Leaking drain valve.
Inadequate drain system.
Grid cutter is unplugged.
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Ice produced when the unit is initially started will melt off in the bin. Ice
will accumulate in the bin. In 6 hours there can be a few cubes in the
bin. This is normal operation.
Check the unit in 24 hours for ice accumulation in the bin.
Set the rocker switch on the grille of the ice machine to the "ON" position.
Make sure that the reservoir drain plug is installed. Check the water line
to the unit to make sure it is on and that there are no restrictions or
kinks in the line. Check all filters to make sure they are not restricted or
plugged.
See "CLEANING YOUR ICE MACHINE" section for cleaning the unit for
proper operation.
See "CLEANING YOUR ICE MACHINE" section for cleaning the unit for
proper operation.
Make certain the grille in the front of the unit is free and open for proper air circulation. Check and clean the condenser coil by removing the
grille in the front of the unit. Clean the condenser with a vacuum and
brush attachment.
Move the unit to an area where ambient temperature is below 90 deg.
F. The unit should not be placed next to a heat source such as an oven.
Check for cold water connection.
See "CLEANING YOUR ICE MACHINE" section for cleaning the unit.
This will also dissolve and flush out foreign material in the drain valve
causing it to leak.
Restriction in drain lines will cause ice in the bin to melt. If using a gravity drain, make certain there are no kinks or restrictions in the drain
lines. If using a drain pump, check the inlet screen, discharge line, and
vent line for any build or restrictions.
Plug in the grid cutter so that ice slabs can be cut into cube.
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Trouble Shooting Two
Problem
Possible Cause
Correction
Ice cubes are too small (less than 1/2 inch
thick).
Low ice consumption.
Ice is slowly melting in the ice bin and will affect the size of the ice cube.
This is normal operation. When the ice bin needs to be replenished,
cubes will return to regular size.
Make sure that the reservoir drain plug is installed properly. Check the
water line to the unit to make sure there are no restrictions or kinks in
the line. Check all filters to make sure they are not restricted or plugged.
See "CLEANING YOUR ICE MACHINE" section for cleaning the unit for
proper operation.
See "CLEANING YOUR ICE MACHINE" section for cleaning the unit for
proper operation and cube size.
Restriction in drain lines will cause ice in the bin to melt to a thinner
cube. If using a gravity drain, make certain there are no kinks or restrictions in the drain lines. If using a drain pump, check the inlet screen, discharge line, and vent line for any build or restrictions.
See "CLEANING YOUR ICE MACHINE" section for cleaning the unit.
This will also dissolve and flush out foreign material in the drain valve
causing it to leak.
Move to an area where temperature is below 90 deg. F.
Not enough water in reservoir.
Distributor tube is restricted.
Build up of deposits on evaporator plate.
Inadequate drain system.
Leaking drain valve.
Room temperature is too warm.
Ice cubes are too big (greater than 3/4 inch
thick).
Ice slab not releasing.
Condenser fan air flow is restricted.
Room temperature is too warm.
Hollow ice slab.
Distributor tube is restricted.
Build up of deposits on evaporator plate.
Low water level in reservoir.
See "CLEANING YOUR ICE MACHINE" section for cleaning the unit for
proper operation and cube size.
Make certain the grille in the front of the unit is free and open for proper air circulation. Check and clean the condenser coil by removing the
grille in the front of the unit. Clean the condenser with a vacuum and
brush attachment.
Move to an area where temperature is below 90 deg. F.
See "CLEANING YOUR ICE MACHINE" section for cleaning the unit for
proper operation.
See "CLEANING YOUR ICE MACHINE" section for cleaning the unit for
proper operation and cube size.
Make sure that the reservoir drain plug is installed properly. Check the
water line to the unit to make sure there are no restrictions or kinks in
the line. Check all filters to make sure they are not restricted or plugged.
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Trouble Shooting Three
Problem
Possible Cause
Correction
Ice is not clear.
Low water level in reservoir.
Make sure that the reservoir drain plug is installed properly. Check the
water line to the unit to make sure there are no restrictions or kinks in
the line. Check all filters to make sure they are not restricted or plugged.
Make certain that water line is not connected to the water softener.
Move the unit to an area where room temperature is above 55 deg. F.
Softened water supply.
Room temperature is too cold.
Low ice production. Unit is running, has
run over a 48 hour period, and there is little ice in bin.
Low water level in reservoir.
Distributor tube is restricted.
Build up of deposits on evaporator plate.
Inadequate drain system.
Condenser fan air flow is restricted.
Unit continues to run and produce ice.
Ice bin is not full.
Ice bin is full.
Room temperature is too warm.
Ice machine is not level.
Grid-cutter is not cutting the ice slab.
The selector switch is not in the "ON" position
The grid cutter is not plugged into the receptacle.
Time to cut through the slab.
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Make sure that the reservoir drain plug is installed properly.
Check the water line to the unit to make sure there are no restrictions
or kinks in the line. Check all filters to make sure they are not restricted
or plugged.
See "CLEANING YOUR ICE MACHINE" section for cleaning the unit for
proper operation.
Restriction in drain lines will cause ice in the bin to melt. If using a gravity drain, make certain there are no kinks or restrictions in the drain
lines. If using a drain pump, check the inlet screen, discharge line, and
vent line for any build or restrictions.
Make certain the grille in the front of the unit is free and open for proper air circulation. Check and clean the condenser coil by removing the
grille in the front of the unit. Clean the condenser with a vacuum and
brush attachment.
The unit will automatically shut down when ice reaches the sensing
tube.
The unit will automatically shut down when ice reaches the sensing
tube and has completed the harvest of the ice slab.
Move the unit to an area where room temperature is below 90 deg. F.
Use a level to check the unit for level from side to side and front to rear.
Set the rocker switch on the grille of the ice machine to the "ON"
position.
Remove the escutcheon panel and plug the grid-cutter into the receptacle on the side of the line.
It can take up to 35 minutes to cut through a harvested ice slab. This is
normal operation.
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Troubleshooting Four
Problem
Possible Cause
Correction
Ice cubes are sticking together.
Ice consumption is low.
Use the ice in the bin frequently. Ice will stick together if left in insulated
bin over long periods of time.
Move the unit to an area where temperature is below 90 deg. F.
Room temperature is too warm.
Ice level is too high.
The ice machine is not level.
Room temperature is too warm.
Ice deflector is not in place or secured properly.
Bin level sensing tube needs adjusted.
Use a level to check the unit for level from side to side and front to rear.
Move the unit to an area where temperature is below 90 deg. F.
Check to see that the ice deflector is in place and secured below the
grid-cutter.
You can adjust the bin level sensing tube by simply pressing directly
down on the tube 5 inches from the front of the tube to get a desired
bin level.
Ice level is too low.
The ice machine is not level.
Room temperature is too cold.
The selector switch is not in the "ON" position
Use a level to check the unit for level from side to side and front to rear.
Move the unit to an area where temperature is above 55 deg. F.
Set the rocker switch on the grille of the ice machine to the "ON"
position.
Water keeps backing up into the ice bin
(gravity drain).
Inadequate drain system.
Restriction or improperly installed drain lines will cause water to back
up into the ice bin. Make certain there are no kinks or restrictions in the
drain lines. If necessary, consult a qualified plumber.
Foreign material is restricting or blocking the ice bin drain located at the
right rear corner of the ice bin. The drain will need to be cleared.
Foreign material in ice bin drain.
Water keeps backing up into the ice bin
(drain pump).
Drain pump tubing kinked or restricted.
Inlet screen to the drain pump is restricted or
blocked.
Drain pump and/or the ice machine are not level.
The drain pump cycles on and off erratically. Vent line to the drain pump is restricted or kinked.
Discharge line is restricted or kinked.
The drain pump is not level.
Check inlet, discharge, and vent line tubing for any kinks or restrictions
and repair as necessary.
Clean the inlet screen to the drain pump.
Check and level if necessary the drain pump as well as the ice machine.
Check the vent line for any restrictions or kinks and repair as necessary.
Check the discharge line and connection to the desired drain for any
restrictions or kinks and repair as necessary.
The drain pump must be level. Check for level on the top of the drain
pump case and adjust the tubing or use shims to level.
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Warranty
Household Refrigeration Products Limited Warranty
Entire Product - Limited One Year Parts and Labor Warranty. Aga Ranges
warrants that it will supply all necessary parts and labor to repair or replace
in the end user's home or office, any component which proves to be
defective in materials or workmanship, subject to the condition and
exclusions stated below, for period of one year from date of purchase by
the end user.
Additional Second Through Fifth Year Limited Parts Only Warranty
During the four years following expiration of the One Year Limited
Warranty, Aga Ranges will supply replacement parts for the hermetically
sealed refrigeration system which consists of the compressor, condenser,
drier, connecting tubing and the evaporator that are proven to be
defective due to workmanship or materials subject to the conditions and
exclusions below.
The above warranties do not cover:
- Shipping costs of replacement parts or returned defective parts.
- Customer education or instructions on how to use the
refrigerator/freezer.
- Any content loss due to product failure. - Removal or installation.
Nor do the above warranties cover failure of this product or its
components due to:
- Transportation or subsequent damages.
- Use commercially or use other than normal household or office.
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of consequential
damages or limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the
above exclusion or limitation may not apply to you. This warranty gives
you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which may
vary from state to state.
No person, firm or corporation is authorized to make any other warranty
or assume any other obligation for Aga Ranges. These warranties apply
only to products used in any of the fifty states of the United States and the
District of Columbia.
To obtain performance of this warranty, report any defects to:
Aga Ranges/Refrigeration Products Division
(Warranty Administration)
P.O. Box 997
Richmond, Indiana
47375
USA
1.800.243.1624
IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COMPANY BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO,
CONTENT LOSS.
Some states do not allow limitations on length of time implied warranty
may last, so the above limitations may not apply to you.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights. You may also have other rights
which very from state to state.
- Improper installation, misuse, abuse, accident or alteration, use on wiring
not confirming to electrical codes, low voltage, failure to provide necessary
maintenance, or other unreasonable use.
- Parts or service not supplied or designated by Aga Ranges.
The above warranties also do not apply if:
- The original Bill of Sale, deliver date or serial number cannot be verified.
- Defective parts are not returned for inspection if so requested by Aga
Ranges.
- The refrigeration equipment is not in the possession of the original end
use purchaser.
THE WARRANTIES SET FORTH HEREIN ARE THE ONLY WARRANTIES
EXTENDED BY AGA RANGES. ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING
THE IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY, ARE LIMITED TO THE
DURATION OF THESE EXPRESS WARRANTIES. IN NO EVENT SHALL
AGA RANGES BE LIABLE FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL
DAMAGES OR EXPENSES RESULTING FROM BREACH OF THESE OR
ANY OTHER WARRANTIES, WHETHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED.
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Notes
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