air compressor - Canadian Tire

air compressor - Canadian Tire
model no. 199-5704-4
AIR COMPRESSOR
IMPORTANT:
Read and understand this instruction manual thoroughly before using the
product. It contains important information for your safety as well as
operating and maintenance advice.
INSTRUCTION
MANUAL
TABLE OF CONTENTS
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
SAFETY GUIDELINES
KEY PARTS DIAGRAM
KEY PARTS LIST
INTENDED USE
ASSEMBLY
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
MAINTENANCE
TROUBLESHOOTING
EXPLODED VIEW
PARTS LIST
WARRANTY
NOTE:
If any parts are missing or damaged, or if you have any questions, please call our toll-free helpline
at 1-800-689-9928.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
Keep this instruction manual for future use. Should this product be passed on to a third party,
this instruction manual must be included.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
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RUNNING HP
TANK SIZE
AIR DELIVERY (CFM*) @ 40 PSI
AIR DELIVERY (CFM*) @ 90 PSI
CUT-IN PRESSURE (PSI)
CUT-OUT PRESSURE (PSI)
PUMP DESIGN
MOTOR
POWER
WEIGHT
POWER CORD
2
20 U.S. GALLONS (75.6 L)
6.2
5.2
105
135
OIL-LESS
INDUCTION
120 V, 60 Hz, 14.5 A
90 LB 6 OZ (41 KG)
SJT 14 AWG/72" (1.83 m)
This manual contains information that relates to PROTECTING PERSONAL SAFETY
and PREVENTING EQUIPMENT PROBLEMS. It is very important to read this manual
carefully and understand it thoroughly before using the product. The symbols listed
below are used to indicate this information.
Safety Advice
1.
RISK OF FIRE OR EXPLOSION. Do not spray a flammable or combustible liquid or paint
near sparks, flames, pilot lights or in a confined area. The spray area must be well-ventilated.
Keep compressor at least 20' (6 m) away from spray area. Do not carry and operate the
compressor or any other electrical device near the spray area. Never smoke when spraying.
Use a minimum of 25' (7.6 m) of hose to connect a spray gun to the compressor.
2.
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK. Do not expose to rain. Store indoors. Hazardous voltage.
Disconnect from power source before servicing. Compressor must be grounded. Do not
use grounding adaptors.
3.
RISK OF BURSTING. Make sure the regulator is adjusted so that the compressor outlet
pressure is set lower than the maximum operating pressure of the spray gun or tool. Before
starting the compressor, pull the ring on the safety valve to make sure the valve moves freely
(see diagram on page 17). Drain water from tank after each use. Do not weld or repair tank.
4.
. Never spray compressed air or material at self or others.
RISK OF PERSONAL INJURY.
5.
RISK OF BURSTING. Check the maximum pressure rating in the manual or identification
label. The compressor outlet pressure must be regulated so that it does not exceed the
maximum pressure rating. Relieve all pressure in the hose before removing or attaching
accessories.
6.
RISK OF BURSTING. Do not adjust the pressure switch or safety valve for any reason. They
have been preset at the factory for this compressor’s maximum pressure. Tampering
with the pressure switch or the safety valve may cause personal injury or property damage.
*CFM: Cubic Feet per Minute
IMPORTANT!
Installation, operation or maintenance information that is important but not hazard related.
DANGER!
Potential hazard that will result in serious injury or loss of life.
WARNING!
Potential hazard that could result in serious injury or loss of life.
CAUTION!
Potential hazard that may result in moderate injury or damage to equipment.
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RISK OF BURNS. The pump and the manifold generate high temperatures. In order to
avoid burns or other injuries, do not touch the pump, the manifold or the transfer tube
while the compressor is running . Allow the parts to cool down before handling or
servicing. Keep children away from the compressor at all the times.
8.
RISK OF BREATHING. Be certain to read all labels when you are spraying paints or
toxic materials, and follow all safety instructions. Use a respirator mask if there is a
chance of inhaling anything you are spraying. Also, NEVER directly inhale the air
produced by a compressor.
As the distance from the supply outlet increases, you must use a heavier gauge extension cord. Using
extension cords with inadequately sized wire causes a serious drop in voltage, resulting in loss of power
and possible product damage. Refer to the table here to determine the required minimum wire size.
Recommended Minimum Wire Gauge for Extension Cords* (120 V)
RISK OF EYE INJURY. Wear ANSI Z87.1 approved safety goggles when using an air
compressor. Do not point any nozzle or sprayer toward a person or any part of the
body. Serious injury may occur if the spray penetrates the skin.
AMPERE
WARNING!
RATING
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15.1 - 20
SAFETY GUIDELINES
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Extension cords
CORD SIZE IN AWG (AMERICAN WIRE GAUGE)
25'
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14
12
10
Extension cord length in feet
50' 75' 100' 150' 200'
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* Based on limiting the line voltage drop to five volts at 150% of the rated amperes.
The smaller the gauge number of the wire, the greater the capacity of the cord. For example, a 14 gauge
cord can carry a higher current than a 16 gauge cord. When using more than one extension cord to make
up the total length, be sure each cord contains at least the minimum wire size required.
Guidelines for using extension cords
WARNING!
Pull the pressure safety valve ring every day in order to ensure that the valve is functioning properly.
The compressor must be located in a well-ventilated area for cooling, and must be a minimum of 12"
(31 cm) away from the nearest wall.
Protect the air hose and the power cord from damage and puncture. Inspect them for weak or worn spots
every week, and replace them if necessary.
Always wear hearing protection when using an air compressor. Failure to do so may result in hearing loss.
Do not carry the compressor while it is running.
Do not operate the compressor if it is not in a stable position.
Do not operate the compressor on a rooftop or an elevated position that could allow the unit to fall or be
tipped over.
Always replace a damaged gauge before operating the unit again.
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If you are using an extension cord outdoors, be sure it is marked with the suffix "W-A " ("W" in
Canada) to indicate it is acceptable for outdoor use.
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Ensure your extension cord is properly wired and in good electrical condition. Alway replace a
damaged extension cord or have it repaired by a qualified technician before using it.
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Protect your extension cords from sharp objects, excess heat, and damp or wet areas.
SAFETYSAFETY
GUIDELINES
SPECIFIC
GUIDELINES FOR THE SLIDING WET TILE SAW
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AIR COMPRESSOR
PUMP (B)
KEY PARTS DIAGRAM
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A. ELECTRIC MOTOR: The motor is used to power the pump. It is equipped with a thermal overload protector.
If the motor overheats for any reason, the thermal overload protector will shut it down in order to prevent
the motor from being damaged.
ELECTRIC
MOTOR (A)
POWER
CORD (K)
B. AIR COMPRESSOR PUMP: The pump compresses the air and discharges it into the tank via the piston
that moves up and down in the cylinder.
TANK
PRESSURE
GAUGE (F)
C. PRESSURE SWITCH: This switch turns the compressor on and off. It is operated manually, and when it is
in the ON position it allows the motor to start if the pressure in the air tank is below the factory set cut-in
pressure, and it causes the motor to stop if the pressure in the air tank reaches the factory set cut-off
pressure. Be sure to set this switch to the OFF position when the compressor is not being used and before
unplugging the compressor.
OUTLET
PRESSURE
GAUGE (G)
D. SAFETY VALVE: This valve is used to prevent system failure by draining pressure from the system when
it reaches a preset level if the pressure switch has not shut down the motor. It will pop open automatically,
or it can be activated manually by pulling the ring on the valve.
E. AIR PRESSURE REGULATOR: The regulator is used to adjust the pressure inside the line to the tool that
is being used. Turn the knob clockwise to increase the pressure and counter-clockwise to decrease the
pressure.
PRESSURE
SWITCH (C)
AIR
OUTLET (H)
F. TANK PRESSURE GAUGE: The gauge measures the pressure level of the air that is stored in the tank.
It cannot be adjusted by the operator and it does not indicate the pressure inside the line.
G. OUTLET PRESSURE GAUGE: The gauge measures the regulated outlet pressure.
H. AIR OUTLET: The outlet is connected to the 1/4” (6.4 mm) NPT air hose.
SAFETY
VALVE (D)
AIR PRESSURE
REGULATOR (E)
I. AIR TANK DRAIN VALVE: The drain valve is used to remove moisture from the air tank after the
compressor is shut off.
J. AIR TANK: The tank is where the compressed air is stored.
K. POWER CORD: This compressor should be used on a nominal 120 V grounded circuit. Use a power cord
that is equipped with a grounding plug. Verify that the compressor is plugged into an outlet that has the same
configuration as the plug. Do not use an adapter with this compressor.
Plug
AIR
TANK (J)
Grounded
outlets
Grounding pin
AIR TANK
DRAIN VALVE (I)
WARNING!
Do not exceed the tool’s maximum working pressure.
WARNING!
Do not attempt to open the drain valve when there is more than 10 PSI of air pressure in the tank.
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Before you start
This Mastercraft® Air Compressor is ideal for a wide range of applications from fastening to greasing and
engine cleaning. The 20-gallon (75.6 L) design provides optimum pressure. It features an oil-free pump and
use a 2 HP induction motor for powerful operation.
The procedures described in this manual are solely for this 20-gallon (75.6 L) air compressor at a maximum
pressure of 135 PSI. The device has been designed/constructed for household use only.
Compatible compressor and air tool: proper usage and operation
INTENDED USE
Always ensure the use of appropriately-matched air tools with your Mastercraft® Air Compressor. Be sure
that the air compressor being used can supply the appropriate volume, pressure and delivery rate of air to
the tool(s) without running continuously. Using tools, or combinations of tools together or separately, that
require more than the air compressor can deliver will void the air compressor guarantee/warranty.
Tool Compatibility Chart
Operates Tool Operates Tool
Not
Continously Intermittently Recommended
Air Tool
(cleaning)
Finishing Nailer (16 gauge)
Framing Nailer
Flooring Nailer
Die Grinder/Angle
Grinder/Air Ratchet
Cut-Off Tools
DIY Paint Sprayers
Brad Nailer (18 gauge)
Brad Nailer/Stapler/Finish
Nailer (16 & 18 gauge)
Impact Wrench
Drill, Hammer/Chisel
Shears
Sander & Polisher
Grease/Caulking Gun
WARNING!
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This air compressor is not designed for continuous operation or unlimited commercial operations
and may be used in dry areas only. This air compressor is intended to be used in maximum
30-minute intervals and should rest for 30 minutes before being used again. Do not exceed the
maximum working time.
INTENDED USE
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Assembly
1.
Unpack the air compressor. Inspect the unit for damage. If the unit has been damaged, contact the
retailer immediately.
4. Air filter assembly.
• Screw the air filter onto the pump.
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THE CARTON SHOULD CONTAIN:
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Air compressor.
Owner’s manual.
Air filter.
Air filter
3. Positioning of the air compressor:
a. Position the air compressor near an electrical outlet.
b. The compressor must be at least 12" (31 cm) from any wall or obstruction, in a clean, well-ventilated
area to ensure sufficient air flow and cooling.
c. Place the air compressor on the floor or a hard, level surface. The air compressor must be level to
ensure proper drainage of the moisture in the tank.
5. Connect air hose to compressor.
• Connect air hose (not provided) to the compressor’s air outlet (H).
ASSEMBLY
ASSEMBLY
2. Check the air compressor’s identification label to ensure that you have purchased the intended model
and that it has the required pressure rating for its intended use.
Wall
> 12" /
31 cm
NOTE:
¼" (6.4 mm) NPT air hose is required for connecting to the air compressor.
Breaking-in the pump
1. Set the pressure switch (C) to the OFF position.
OFF
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2. Open the tank drain valve (I) by turning it counter-clockwise to permit the air to escape and
prevent air pressure build-up in the air tank during the break-in period.
4. Plug in the power cord (K).
5. Set the pressure switch (C) to the ON position. The compressor will start. Run the compressor for 30
minutes. If it fails, turn it off immediately and call the toll-free helpline at: 1-800-689-9928. Please note
that breaking-in the unit is only required prior to first use.
ON
6. After 30 minutes, turn off the pressure switch (C).
7. Close the tank drain valve (I) by turning it clockwise.
OPEN
CLOSE
3. Turn the air pressure regulator (E) clockwise until it stops.
8. Set the pressure switch (C) to the ON position. The air receiver will fill to “cut-out” pressure and then
the compressor’s motor will stop. The compressor is now ready for use.
OPEN
NOTE:
A circuit breaker is recommended. If the air compressor is connected to a circuit protected by a fuse, use
dual-element time delay fuses (type “T” only).
CAUTION!
Use a dedicated circuit.
For best performance and reliable starting, the air compressor should be plugged into a dedicated circuit,
as close as possible to the fuse box or circuit breaker.
CAUTION!
Verify that the metal bars in the water tray are covered with water. The water pump may be
damaged if it is not completely submerged while the tile saw is in use.
The compressor will use the full capacity of a typical 12 A household circuit. If any other electrical
devices are drawing from the compressor’s circuit, the air compressor may fail to start. Low voltage
or an overloaded circuit can result in sluggish starting that causes the motor overload protection
system or circuit breaker to trip, especially in cold conditions.
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
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Before each start-up
Set the pressure switch (C) to the OFF position.
Turn the air pressure regulator knob (E) counterclockwise until it stops.
Attach hose and accessories.
How to start
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
How to shut down
1. Set the pressure switch (C) to the OFF position.
2. Unplug the power cord (K).
3. Reduce the pressure in the tank through the outlet hose. Pulling the safety valve (D), and keeping it open,
will also reduce the pressure in the tank.
Close the tank drain valve (I).
Plug in the power cord (K).
Set the pressure switch (C) to the ON position and allow tank pressure to build. Motor will
stop when tank pressure reaches “cut-out ” pressure.
Turn the air pressure regulator knob (E) ) clockwise until desired pressure is reached.
The compressor is ready for use.
WARNING!
Risk of bursting. Too much air pressure causes a hazardous risk of bursting. Check the manufacturer’s
maximum pressure rating for air tools and accessories. The regulator outlet pressure must never exceed
the maximum pressure rating.
WARNING!
If the pump has been transported or turned upside down (even partially), allow the pump to sit in a normal,
upright position for approximately 10 minutes before starting.
WARNING!
High temperatures are generated by the electric motor and the pump. To prevent burns or other injuries,
DO NOT touch the air compressor while it is running. Allow it to cool before handling or servicing. Keep
children away from the air compressor at all times.
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
1.
2.
3.
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CAUTION!
Escaping air and moisture can propel debris that may cause eye injury. Wear safety goggles when opening the
drain valve.
WARNING!
To avoid personal injury, always shut off and unplug the unit, and relieve all air pressure from the system before
performing any service on the air compressor.
WARNING!
Risk of unsafe operation. Unit cycles automatically when power is on. When performing maintenance you may be
exposed to voltage sources or compressed air. Disconnect power source from the compressor and bleed off all
air pressure.
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ITEM
Drain
the tank
DESCRIPTION/REASON
Through normal operation of your air compressor, condensation
water will accumulate in the tank. To prevent corrosion of the
tank from the inside, condensation must be drained at the end of
every workday. Be sure to wear protective goggles. Relieve the
air pressure in the system, then open the drain valve on the
bottom of the tank to drain. In cold conditions it is especially
important to drain the tank after each use to reduce the chance
of problems resulting from the freezing of condensation water.
SERVICE
INTERVAL
Daily
MAINTENANCE
A dirty air filter will reduce air compressor performance and life.
Clean the To avoid contaminating the pump, the filter should be cleaned
air filter frequently and replaced on a regular basis. Clean the foam filter
by immersing it in warm, soapy water. Dry thoroughly after.
Test for
leaks
Check that all connections are tight. Small leaks in the tank,
hoses, connections or transfer tubes will substantially reduce the
air compressor and tool performance. Spray a small amount of
soapy water around the area of suspected leaks with a spray
bottle. If bubbles appear, repair, replace or reseal the faulty
component. Do not over-tighten any connections.
Storage
Before storing the air compressor, do the fllowing:
• Drain tank (page 19).
• Use an air blow gun to clean all dust and debris from the
compressor.
• Disconnect and wind up the power cord.
• Clean the ventilation openings on the motor enclosure with a
damp cloth.
• Drain all moisture from the tank.
• Pull the pressure safety valve to release all pressure from the
tank.
• Cover the entire unit to protect it from moisture and dust.
• Store the air compressor in a clean and dry location.
• In cold weather, store the compressor in a warm building when
it is not in use. This will reduce problems related to starting the
motor and the freezing of water condensation.
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Daily
5.
6.
7.
Weekly
Before starting compressor, pull the ring on the safety valve (D) to make sure
that the safety valve operates freely. If the valve is stuck or does not operate
smoothly, contact a trained service technician.
To drain tank.
1.
2.
3.
4.
NOTE: Refer to instructions on how to drain tank (page 19).
Check the Pull/activate the safety valve daily to ensure that it is operating
valve
properly and to clear the valve of any possible obstructions.
To check safety valve.
Set the pressure switch (C) to the OFF position.
Unplug the power cord (K).
Turn air pressure regulator (E) counter-clockwise to set the outlet pressure to zero.
Pull and hold ring on safety valve (D), allowing air to bleed from the tank until air pressure is
minimized.
Place suitable container under unit to catch water.
Slightly tilt unit and turn drain valve (I) counter-clockwise to open.
After the water has been drained, close the drain valve (I) (clockwise). The air compressor can now
be stored.
Monthly
Prior to
storing
NOTE:
Allow unit to cool before draining tank. Drain valve (I) becomes hot during operation.
NOTE:
NOTE:
Troubleshooting problems may have similar causes and solutions.
Disconnect the electrical plug and disconnect any tools from air supply before attempting any adjustment.
WARNING!
Risk of bursting. If the safety valve does not work properly, over-pressurization may occur causing air tank
rupture or an explosion.
WARNING!
Risk of bursting. Water will condense in the air tank. If not drained water will corrode and weaken the air
tank causing a risk of air tank rupture.
WARNING!
If any of the following symptoms appears while operating the product, stop using the product immediately
or serious personal injury could result. Only an authorized service centre should perform repairs on this
product.
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POSSIBLE CAUSES
SOLUTIONS
The power cord is not plugged in. Plug the power cord into a grounded outlet.
The power switch is in the O
Set the power switch to the I (ON) position.
(OFF) position.
The extension cord is the wrong Check extension cord information (page 7)
wire gauge or is too long.
for the proper wire gauge and cord length.
Turn the air compressor off, unplug the
power cord and wait until the motor has
cooled down. Plug in the power cord only
The motor’s thermal overload
after the motor has cooled down, and wait
protection has tripped.
at least 5 minutes to make sure the thermal
overload protector has recovered.
The motor will
not run or start.
PROBLEM
The regulator
does not
regulate the
pressure.
The pressure is The tank drain valve is open.
low or there is
The air intake is restricted.
not enough air.
Prolonged excessive use of air.
There is a hole in the air hose.
The tank leaks.
Check for low voltage conditions.
Disconnect any other electrical appliances
from the circuit or operate the compressor
on a dedicated circuit.
The air tank pressure exceeds
The motor will start automatically when the
the preset pressure switch limit. tank pressure drops below the cut-in
pressure.
The safety valve is stuck open. Clean or replace the safety valve.
Electrical connections are loose. Have the compressor serviced by a qualified
technician.
The motor, capacitor, or safety Have the compressor serviced by a qualified
valve is defective.
technician.
The pressure switch does not
Set the pressure switch to the OFF position.
shut off the motor when the air If the motor does not shut off, unplug the air
compressor reaches the cut-out compressor. If the pressure switch is
defective, replace it.
The motor runs pressure and the safety valve
activates.
continuously
Check the air requirements of the accessory
when the
that is being used. If it is higher than the
pressure switch
CFM (Cubic Feet per Minute and pressure
is in the ON
The compressor’s capacity
supplied by the compressor, page 4), a
position.
is not enough.
larger capacity air compressor is needed.
Most accessories are rated at 25% of actual
CFM while running continuously.
The regulator or its internal parts
are dirty or damaged.
There is a leak at one of the
fittings.
Replace the fuse or reset the circuit breaker.
Verify that the fuse has the proper amperage.
A fuse has blown or a circuit
breaker has been tripped.
POSSIBLE CAUSES
The valve is leaking.
There is condensation in the air
There is
moisture in the tank caused by a high level of
discharge air. atmospheric humidity or because
the air compressor has not been
running long enough.
The
compressor
overheats.
The ventilation is inadequate.
Cooling surfaces are dirty.
The valve is leaking.
SOLUTIONS
Replace the regulator.
Check the fittings with soapy water. Tighten
or reseal leaking fittings (apply plumber's tape
on threads). Do not over-tighten.
Close the drain valve.
Clean or replace the air filter element.
Decrease the amount of air used.
Check the air hose and replace it if necessary.
Replace the tank immediately. Do not attempt
to repair it.
Check for worn parts and replace them if
necessary.
Drain the air tank after each use. Drain the air
tank more often in humid weather and use an
air-line filter.
Relocate the compressor to an area with cool,
dry and well-circulated air.
Clean all cooling surfaces on the pump and the
motor thoroughly.
Replace worn parts and reassemble using new
plumber's tape.
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DESCRIPTION
Shroud rear
Elbow
Cross-head screw
Metal cover
Air filter
Pump and motor assembly
Hex bolt
Shroud front
Hex bolt
Handle grip
Air pressure gauge
Bleeding tube
Quick coupler
Regulator
QTY
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DESCRIPTION
Check valve
Air tank
Cotter pin
Wheel
Rubber foot
Drain valve
Hex nut
Adapter fitting
Safety valve
Tank pressure gauge
Pressure switch
Rubber pad
Power cord
Transfer tube
QTY
1
1
2
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3
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If any parts are missing or damaged, or if you have any questions, please call our toll-free
helpline at 1-800-689-9928.
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This Mastercraft product is guaranteed for a period of 3 years from the date of original retail purchase
against defects in workmanship and materials, except for the following component:
Component A: Accessories, which are guaranteed for a period of 1-year from the date of original retail
purchase against defects in workmanship and materials.
Subject to the conditions and limitations described below, this product, if returned to us with proof of
purchase within the stated warranty period and if covered under this warranty, will be repaired or replaced
(with the same model, or one of equal value or specification), at our option. We will bear the cost of any
repair or replacement and any costs of labour relating thereto.
Additional Limitations
This warranty applies only to the original purchaser and may not be transferred. Neither the retailer nor the
manufacturer shall be liable for any other expense, loss or damage, including, without limitation, any
indirect, incidental, consequential or exemplary damages arising in connection with the sale use or inability
to use this product.
Notice to Consumer
This warranty gives you specific legal rights,and you may have other rights, which may vary from province
to province. The provisions contained in this warranty are not intended to limit, modify, take away from,
disclaim or exclude any statutory warranties set forth in any applicable provincial or federal legislation.
A. A bill of sale verifying the purchase and purchase date must be provided;
B. This warranty will not apply to any product or part thereof which is worn or broken or which has
become inoperative due to abuse, misuse, accidental damage, neglect or lack of proper installation,
operation or maintenance (as outlined in the applicable owner’s manual or operating instructions) or
which is being used for industrial, professional, commercial or rental purposes;
C. This warranty will not apply to normal wear and tear or to expendable parts or accessories that may
be supplied with the product which are expected to become inoperative or unusable after a
reasonable period of use;
D. This warranty will not apply to routine maintenance and consumable items such as, but not limited to,
fuel, lubricants, vacuum bags, blades, belts, sandpaper, bits, fluids, tune-ups or adjustments;
E. This warranty will not apply where damage is caused by repairs made or attempted by others (i.e.
persons not authorized by the manufacturer);
F. This warranty will not apply to any product that was sold to the original purchaser as a reconditioned
or refurbished product (unless otherwise specified in writing);
G. This warranty will not apple to any product or part thereof if any part from another manufacturer is
installed therein or any repairs or alter ations have been made or attempted by unauthorized persons;
H. This warranty will not apply to normal deterioration of the exterior finish, such as, but not limited to,
scratches, dents, paint chips, or to any corrosion or discolouring by heat, abrasive and chemical
cleaners;
I. This warranty will not apply to component parts sold by and identified as the product of another
company, which shall be covered under the product manufacturer’s warranty, if any.
Made in China
Imported by Mastercraft Canada Toronto, Canada M4S 2B8
WARRANTY
WARRANTY
These warranties are subject to the following conditions and limitations:
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