Ginnys F2000 User manual

Ginnys F2000 User manual
Cool Touch Deep Fryer
OWNER’S MANUAL
Model F2000
120V~, 60Hz., 1500 W.
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GETTING TO KNOW YOUR DEEP FRYER
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
When using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions should always be
followed, including the following:
9. Be sure handle is properly
1. Read all instructions carefully before
assembled to the basket and locked
use.
in place. (See assembly
2. Do not touch hot surfaces, always use
instructions.)
handles or knobs.
10. The use of accessory attachments
3. To protect against electrical shock, do
not recommended by the appliance
not immerse cord and plugs in water or
manufacturer may cause injuries.
other liquids.
11. Always insert heating element in the
4. Close supervision is necessary when
appliance before plugging into a
any appliance is used by or near
wall outlet. To disconnect, remove
children.
plug from wall outlet then wait for
5. Unplug from outlet when not in use
the unit to cool completely before
and before cleaning. Allow to cool
removing the heating element.
before putting on or taking off parts
12. Extreme caution must be used
and before cleaning the appliance.
when moving any appliance
6. Do not operate any appliance with a
containing hot oil or other hot
damaged cord or plug, or after the
liquids.
appliance malfunctions, has been
13. Do not leave appliance unattended
dropped or damaged in any manner.
while in use.
7. Never plug in before unit is assembled
14. Do not use outdoors.
or before oil is added to Oil Container.
15. Do not let cord hang over the edge
8. Never overfill the fryer with oil. Fill
of the table, counter or touch hot
only between the minimum and
surfaces.
maximum levels, as indicated inside
16. Do not place on or near a hot gas or
the oil container.
electric burner, or in a heated oven.
17. Do not use appliance for other than
intended household use.
• A short power supply cord is provided to
reduce the risk resulting from becoming
entangled in or tripping over a longer
cord. An extension cord (or longer
detachable cord) is not recommended
for use with deep fryers.
• Never plug in the control panel before it
is installed in the body of the fryer with
the heating element inside the oil
container.
• Do not immerse the control panel and
heating element in water.
• When opening the lid after frying, first
release the lid by pushing the latch
with your finger, then wait a moment to
allow the steam inside to escape
before opening fully.
• To avoid a circuit overload, do not
operate another high wattage
appliance on the same circuit.
This appliance has a polarized plug (one blade is wider than the other). To reduce
the risk of electric shock, this plug is intended to fit into a polarized outlet only one
way. If the plug does not fit fully into the outlet, reverse the plug. If it still does not fit,
contact a qualified electrician. Do not attempt to modify the plug in any way.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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Main Enclosure
Removable Cover
Cover Release Button
Filter Cover
Removable Filter
Frying Basket
Basket Handle
Control Panel Connecting Terminal
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Removable Control Panel w.
Heating Elements
On / Off Switch
Ready Indicator Light
Break Away” Power Cord
Viewing Window
Temperature Control Knob
Oil Container / Pan
Technical Specifications
Voltage:
Power:
Capacity:
120V., 60Hz.
1500 Watts
2.5 Liters
FOR HOUSEHOLD USE ONLY
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Before Using Your Deep Fryer
7.
Make sure the fryer is unplugged. Wash
the Frying Basket and Oil Container in
hot , soapy water. Wipe dry thoroughly.
Wipe the Removable Heating Control
Panel and Heating Elements with a
damp,soapy cloth. Wipe dry thoroughly.
NOTE: Any water left in Oil Container or
on Frying Basket can cause heated oil to
splatter or “pop” during cooking.
8.
Assembling Your Deep Fryer
CAUTION: Never turn on the fryer
when the oil pan is empty.
Always ensure the fryer is out of
the reach of children. Always use
fryer on a flat, heat resistant
surface.
1. Place filter in cover with carbon
(black) side down (facing inside of
fryer). Insert filter cover and snap
(lock) into place. Open fryer cover by
depressing Cover Release Button.
2. Place Oil Container inside base of
unit.
3. Slide Control Panel with Heating
Elements downward until it connects
with the Control Panel Terminal on
the outside of the fryer.
4. Make sure fryer On/Off Switch is in
“Off “ position.
5. Attach the “Break Away” Power
Cord. When attaching cord - you will
feel a magnetic pull on the cord when
attaching cord correctly. (See Fig. 1)
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Fig. 1
6.
14.
Pour cooking oil into Oil Container.
Do not exceed Max level for cooking
oil. (See Fig. 2)
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Max level
for cooking oil.
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Turn On / Off switch to “On”
position. Switch Indicator Light will
be on.
Attach Basket Handle to Fryer
Basket. Press inward on the side of
handle to depress the handle shafts.
(See page 6 for further instructions
on basket.) Place the handle shaft
into the mating slots inside of the
fryer basket. Make sure ends are in
place and secure. Place Fryer
Basket into unit. Set fryer
temperature control to desired
setting.
When cooking oil reaches desired
setting, the Ready Indicator Light will
illuminate. Note: The ready indicator
light will cycle off and on during the
frying cycle as the unit maintains the
selected temperature.
Open the Cover, lift the Fryer Basket
onto the Oil Draining Hook, place
food into the Fryer Basket, carefully
lower Fryer Basket back into heated
oil and close Cover.
Cook food according to
recommended cooking chart or until
desired doneness.
When cooking is complete, open
Cover, lift Frying Basket and hook
onto Oil Draining Hook to allow food
to drain.
Caution: Open cover carefully.
There may be Hot Steam .
Remove food from Fryer Basket by
lifting basket by its handle and
CAREFULLY pouring food onto a
plate covered with paper towels or
desired serving container or
removing food from basket with
cooking utensils (example cooking
tongs) and placing food onto serving
container.
Repeat procedure for remaining food
to be cooked.
Note: Always carefully replace and
remove Fryer Basket when cooking.
Oil is very hot and can cause
severe injury.
When is cooking is complete, turn
fryer off, unplug and allow to oil to
cool approximately 2 hours before
attempting to remove oil or clean
fryer.
Note: Do not disconnect fryer by
pulling on the Break Away Power
Cord. Always turn fryer Off before
unplugging from electrical outlet.
OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
Read all the sections of this booklet and follow all the instructions carefully.
Warning: Although your deep fryer has
a Cool Touch exterior to avoid possible
injury or burns, never touch any metal
parts on the deep fryer because they may
be hot.
• Do not fill the Frying Basket when it is
immersed in oil.
• Place the food in the Frying Basket. Do
not drop food into hot cooking oil.Do
not overfill it and never exceed the
maximum quantities. For optimum
results and shorter frying time, basket
should be only 1/2 full.
• The basket has approximately 1 lbs.
food capacity. It will hold 3-4 average
size pieces of chicken.
• Do not fill the basket higher than the
MAX line on the basket with frozen
food.
Frying Food
Warning: When frying foods, remove
the Frying Basket from the Deep Fryer
before filling with frozen food because oil
will spatter and cause burns.
Caution: When frying frozen foods such
as French Fries, you should not exceed
3/4 Lb. (350 gr.) or less. Clean off any ice
from frozen food prior to frying. Failure to
do so may cause fryer to overflow when
food is placed in oil.
• Always use the Frying Basket to fry food.
• Always close the Cover during frying.
• When the oil is pre-heated, Ready
Indicator Light will come on indicating
the desired oil temperature has been
reached.
• Slowly lower the Frying Basket into the
hot oil. Lowering the Frying Basket too
quickly can result in the oil overflowing
and splashing.
• Replace the Cover carefully.
• It is normal for steam to escape through
the sides of the Cover while frying.
• Avoid standing too close to the Deep
Fryer while it is cooking.
Warning: When opening the Cover
after frying, lift up the Cover slightly, then
wait to allow steam to escape before
opening the Cover completely. Keep face
away from unit to avoid burns caused by
escaping steam.
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• Press the On/Off Switch to turn unit
Off”
• Unplug the Power Cord from the wall
socket.
• Lift up the Cover slowly and wait to
allow steam to escape before
opening the Cover completely.
• Lift up the Frying Basket by the
handle. Place it on the Oil Draining
Hook and allow the food to drain for
a minute.
• Once the oil has drained from the
Frying Basket, the basket may be
lifted off and the food served.
Warning:
Always let the Deep Fryer
cool completely (approximately 2 hours)
before cleaning or storing. Never carry
or move the Deep Fryer with hot oil
inside.
Frying Tips
• To avoid condensation buildup on the
Cover Window - rub a little cooking oil
on window.
• Do not mix different oils or new and old
oil together.
• Replace oil regularly. In general, oil
used to fry food with protein, (such as
poultry, meat and fish) should not be
reused. When oil is used mainly to fry
potatoes and is filtered after each use,
it can be used up to 8 to 10 times, but
do not use the same oil for more than
6 months.
• Always replace all oil as soon as it
starts foaming when heated or when
color becomes dark or when it has a
rancid smell or taste or becomes
syrupy.
• Make sure that the food to be fried is
dry.
• Remove loose ice from frozen food
before frying.
• To cook evenly, pieces should be the
same size and thickness.
• Thicker pieces will take longer to cook.
Warning: Never plug in the Control Panel
when it is not assembled to the fryer body.
Do not immerse the Control Panel, Power
Cord or plug in water or any other liquid.
Warning: This unit should not be used
to boil water.
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OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
Using Solid Fat
Pre-Heating
Warning: Never plug in the Deep Fryer
Warning: It is NOT RECOMMENDED to
put solid shortening in the Oil Container or
the Frying Basket.
• If using solid vegetable shortening, melt
it first in a separate pan and then very
carefully pour the melted fat into the Oil
Container.
• Previously used solid vegetable
shortening which has curdled and
hardened in the Oil Container should be
removed from the Oil Container and
melted in a separate pan before reusing.
before filling with oil. (See How to Use
Your Deep Fryer.) Always unplug the
appliance when not in use.
• Make sure the oil level in the Oil
Container is between the "minimum "
and " maximum " lines inside the Oil
Container.
• The Frying Basket should not be
immersed in the oil during the preheating.
• Close Cover.
• Plug the appliance into a 120-volt
outlet.
• Press the On/Off Switch to ON. The
Power Indicator Light will come on.
It’s showing that the power is on.
• Turn the Temperature Control Knob
to the desired temperature setting.
Caution: If you try to melt the solidified
fat in the Oil Container, there is a risk of
warm melted fat suddenly sputtering from
below through the still solid top layer of fat.
Therefore use only the following procedure:
• Make sure the fat is at room
temperature. If the fat is very cold, there
is a greater risk of splashing.
• Using a fork, carefully make some holes
in the fat. Make sure the Cover is
securely closed while fat is melting. Heat
fat slowly - on lowest temperature
setting.
Warning: Never plug in the Deep Fryer
before filling with oil to specified level.
Always make sure Deep Fryer is properly
and completely assembled before using or
plugging into wall outlet.
Filling the Oil Container With Oil
Warning: Never plug in the Deep Fryer
before filling with oil to specified level.
Always make sure Control Panel is
securely in place in the body and the
Heating Element is inside the oil in the
container before plugging in.
• Use blended vegetable oil, pure corn oil
or canola (rapeseed) oil. Do not use
olive oil, margarine, lard or drippings.
• The oil level must always be maintained
between the minimum and the
maximum levels marked inside the oil
container. (See Fig. 2) Check the oil
level before each use. For best results,
keep the oil close to the maximum level
(10 cups/2.5 liters). Never mix different
oils and fats together. Do not mix old
and new oil.
Important: Ensure the Control Panel is
fitted correctly to the main unit otherwise
the unit will not function. This is not a
defect. This product is fitted with a safety
switch to prevent the unit from turning on
accidentally.
• Set the required temperature by turning
the Temperature Control Knob. – The
temperature is adjustable from 155 °F
to 375 °F.
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Read all the sections of this booklet and follow all the instructions carefully.
Warning: This unit should not be
used to boil water.
Control Panel when it is not properly
Warning: Never immerse the Control
installed in the fryer body. Do not immerse
Panel in water or any other liquids.
the Control Panel, Power Cord or plug in
water or any other liquid.
Warning: All components must be
completely dried before filling with oil
Prior To First Use, Clean The Unit
or using. Special care must be taken
Thoroughly
to ensure the washable Oil Filter
located in the Cover is completely dry,
Warning: Always let the fryer cool
completely for 2 hours before taking it apart otherwise the filter will not function
properly and may lead to steam being
for cleaning. Never carry or move the
trapped within the fryer during use.
Deep Fryer with hot oil inside. Before
cleaning, always make sure the unit is
Warning: Never exceed "MAX" line when
unplugged from the wall socket and turned
filling the basket with food. (Fig. 4)
Off”
Using for the First Time
Warning: Never plug in the Heating
• All components except the electrical
parts (Power Cord, Control Panel
with Heating Elements and Main
Enclosure), can be washed in warm
soap water. Dry thoroughly before use.
• Use Basket Handle to remove the Frying
Max level for oil
Basket. Always make sure the Basket
Handle is securely attached to the
basket. Attach the handle to the Frying
Basket, insert the metal part of the
handle inside the metal bracket on the
Frying Basket. (Fig. 3)
• Lift the Control Panel with Heating
Element out of its slots by pushing it up
from the bottom with one hand while
holding the body of the Deep Fryer with
your the other hand.
• Remove the Oil Container.
Fig. 4
• Clean the Oil Container and the Frying
Basket with hot water, dishwashing liquid
Warning: Never use the Break Away
or other non-poisonous detergent and
Power Cord to turn Deep Fryer Off .
non-abrasive sponge.
Always turn unit Off by using the On/Off
Switch first. Disconnect Power Cord from
wall outlet. Use only the Power Cord
Fig. 3
provided with the Deep Fryer. Any use of
another magnetic cord could cause fire,
electric shock or injury.
Press here to release
handle shafts from
basket
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CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS
• To filter the oil first make sure the oil
has cooled and then empty the oil
from the Oil Container into a storage
container or bottle. (See Fig. 5) Wash
and dry the Oil Container and basket.
To reuse, refill the Oil Container with
the oil, pouring the oil through a wire
strainer or paper filter. (See Fig. 6)
To Store or Reuse Cooking Oil
• Make sure the Deep Fryer is
unplugged and the oil has cooled
(approximately 2 hours) before
attempting to clean or store the Deep
Fryer.
• The oil does not need to be changed
after each use. We do not recommed
storing and reusing oil that was used
for frying high protein foods such as
poultry,fish or other meats. When oil
is mainly used to fry potatoes and is
filtered after each use, it can be used
8 to 10 times. However, do not use
the same oil for longer than 6 months.
Fig. 6
Fig. 5
Storing used oil
Filtering used oil.
CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS
Cleaning Instructions
Warning: Always turn unit OFF
• Do not use any type of abrasive pad
or steel wool to clean the Power
Cord magnetic socket.
• Do not use alcohol or cleaning
solutions to clean Deep Fryer.
and remove the plug from the wall
socket before cleaning. Allow the
Deep Fryer and the oil to to cool
completely (approximately 2 hours)
before cleaning. Never immerse the
Control Panel, cord, plug or main
enclosure in water or any other liquid.
Warning:
Your Ginny’s Cool Touch Deep Fryer
has been specifically designed with
your safety in mind. Your Deep Fryer
has a unique detachable power supply
cord. This power supply cord is
designed to “Break Away” from the fryer
in the event that the power cord or fryer
is inadvertently pulled or tugged. This is
intended to prevent the tipping of the
appliance and hazardous spillage of hot
oil.It is NOT intended to disconnect the
fryer during normal use
To connect the power cord - note the
instructions on the cord plug area “THIS SIDE UP”. Place cord into
opening - you will feel the magnetic pull.
Slide cord into slot until it connects.
(See Fig. 8)
Do not use the “Break - Away” Power
Cord to disconnect the Deep Fryer.
Always disconnect plug from electrical
outlet first before removing the power
cord.
Warning:
The “Break-Away” Power Cord is only
for accidental disconnection of the
Deep Fryer. It is not to be removed
during normal operation. If the cord
should be disconnected from the unit
during operation, the user should
immediately unplug the power cord
from the electrical wall outlet before
any attempt to reconnect the magnetic
cord back to the deep fryer unit. Do
not come in contact with the magnetic
connection of the power cord while it
is plugged into electrical wall outlet.
Injury can occur.
Warning:
Fig. 8
Do not attempt to defeat the magnetic
cord connection by attempting to
permanently attach the power cord to
the Deep fryer.
Replacing and Cleaning Filter
1. Open the Filter Cover.
2. Remove Filter. Filter may be washed
in hot soapy water. Allow Filter to air
dry before using.
3. Clean inside of the cover with a damp
soapy cloth or sponge. Rinse and dry
thoroughly.
4. Replace Filter by inserting charcoal
(dark side) facing up closest to the
filter cover. The white side is on the
bottom. (Fig. 7)
• Please read and follow all
instructions in this manual for best
results with your Deep Fryer.
• Never immerse the Control Panel,
cord, plug or main enclosure in water
or any other liquid.
• Do not place the Control Panel, cord,
plug or main enclosure in the
dishwasher.
• Clean the Control Panel and main
enclosure only with a damp cloth.
• The Oil Container, Frying Basket and
Cover can be washed in the
dishwasher. Always remove filter
and filter cover before washing in the
dishwasher.
• The main enclosure of the Deep
Fryer can be washed with warm
soapy water. Do not immerse the
main enclosure of the Deep Fryer in
the dishwasher.
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Detachable “Break Away”Power Cord
TEMPERATURE and COOKING GUIDE
Temperature Settings
The following cooking times reflect only the approximate time needed to fry one
basket 1/2 full. The exact time may be different depending on actual quantity,
personal cooking preferences, size and thickness of pieces, etc... In general, use
lower settings for delicate foods (vegetables, fish) and higher settings for frozen
foods, French Fries and Chicken.
Food
French Fries
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Cooking Time
Temperature
6-9 minutes
375°F
Fish Fillets
3-5 minutes
320°F
Chicken Fingers
6-8 minutes
350°F
Chicken Pieces
13-20 minutes
350°F
Fried Zucchini
3 minutes
320°F
Fried Mushrooms
3 minutes
320°F
Onion Rings
3 minutes
320°F
Donuts
3-5 minutes
350°F
Apple Beignets
4 minutes
350°F
Shrimp
4-6 minutes
320°F
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RECIPES
Apple Fritters
3 cups all-purpose flour
2 teaspoons baking powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 cup sugar
1 egg, lightly beaten
Chicken Kiev
4 tablespoons cooking oil
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
juice of 1 orange (1/3 cup)
1 cup chopped apple
Preheat oil to 375°F. Combine flour, baking powder, salt and sugar: set aside.
Combine egg, cooking oil and vanilla. Combine dry and liquid ingredients, stir
to blend thoroughly. Add orange juice and apple, mix well. Drop from
teaspoon into hot oil.(Basket should be lowered into oil so drop carefully avoiding splattering oil). Fry approximately 2 minutes or until crisp and very
brown. Remove from oil and drain. Dust with powered sugar or a mixture of
granulated sugar and cinnamon. Serve warm for best results.
Try topping with a scoop of vanilla ice cream for an added treat.
Beer Batter for Fish or Chicken
2 eggs(separated
1 tablespoon oil or butter
1 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper
RECIPES
1 1/3 cup all-purpose flour
3/4 cup flat beer
Boneless chicken breasts (optional)
Fish fillets or frying fish (optional)
Preheat oil to 360°F. Beat egg yolks with oil or butter,salt and pepper.
Alternately add the beer and flour to the mixture. Beat ingredients well,
refrigerate for 3 to 12 hours. When you are ready to use mixture, gently fold in
2 stiffly beaten egg whites. Pat fish or boneless chicken breasts to remove
excess liquid. Coat lightly with flour then dip into beer batter. Place fish in hot
carefully(basket should already be lowered into oil) and fry for 3 to 5 minutes
or until golden brown. Fry chicken 5 to 10 minutes(depending on thickness) or
until brown and fully cooked.
4 whole boneless, skinless chicken breasts
1 tablespoon chopped onion
1 tablespoon parsley
1 1/2 teaspoon salt
Preheat oil to 360°F. Place chicken breast between two pieces of plastic
wrap. Pound with wooden mallet to flatten chicken to 1/4 inch thick. Remove
plastic.Combine onion, parsley and salt. Sprinkle chicken with mixture.Cut
butter into 8 pieces. Place a piece of butter on seasoned chicken toward one
end. Roll as jelly roll, starting at end with butter, tucking in sides of meat.
Press to seal well. (No butter should be seen on the sides or coming from the
chicken)Secure with toothpicks. Dust with flour, dip into beaten egg. Then roll
in bread crumbs. Chill rolls of chicken for at least one hour or until it has set.
Place rolled chicken in a single layer in Frying Basket. Lower basket into
preheated oil. Cook 5 to 7 minutes or until brown. To test for doneness,
remove a piece of chicken from cooking oil. When a fork can be inserted with
ease, chicken is done.
Hush Puppies
1 3/4 cup cornmeal
1/2 cup all-purpose flour
3/4 teaspoon baking soda
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon sugar
1/2 teaspoon garlic salt (or 1/4 teaspoon
garlic powder )
1/2 cup chopped onion
1 cup buttermilk
1 egg
Preheat oil to 375°F. Sift together cornmeal, flour, baking soda,salt, sugar
and garlic salt (or powder). Combine egg and buttermilk, add to dry
ingredients gradually, stirring until mixture is moist. Drop batter by
teaspoonfuls into preheated oil(basket should already be lowered) frying a
few at a time. Turn hush puppies once - if needed to evenly brown and cook
until golden brown. Remove and drain on paper towels or food draining rack.
Quick Doughnuts
Deep Fried Chicken
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon garlic powder (optional)
1/4 teaspoon poultry seasoning(optional)
1 1/2 cup milk)
1 fryer chicken (2 to 3 lbs.)
1 1/2 cup all-purpose flour
1 teaspoon seasoned salt
Preheat oil to 360°F. Combine flour and seasonings, mixing well. Dip or roll
chicken in seasoned flour, dip into milk, and then flour again. Place into
Frying Basket, lower basket into preheated oil. Fry for 15 to 20 minutes or
until golden brown and fully cooked.
1 10 count can of refrigerated can biscuits
2 tablespoons ground cinnamon
1/2 cup sugar
Preheat oil to 375°F. Remove biscuits from can. Take each biscuit and flatten
slightly with palm of hand. Punch holes in center of each biscuit with your
finger to shape into doughnuts. Fry 2 minutes - turning once or until brown.
Remove from basket and drain on paper towels or food draining rack. Roll
doughnut in mixture of cinnamon and sugar. Serve warm.
Try rolling doughnut in a mixture of 1 cup Ten X powdered sugar, 1/2
teaspoon vanilla and 4 tablespoon milk for a different treat. You may add
more milk to achieve your desired consistency.
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Limited Warranty
Ginny’s warrants this product to be free from defects
in material and workmanship for one (1) year from
provable date of purchase.
Within this warranty period, Ginny’s will repair or replace,
at it’s option, defective parts at no charge, provided the
product is returned, freight pre-paid with proof of purchase
to Ginny’s. Allow 2-4 weeks for return shipping.
This warranty does not cover improper installation, misuse,
abuse or neglect on the part of the owner. This warranty is
also invalid in any case that the product is taken apart or
serviced by an unauthorized service station.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights which may
vary from state to state.
THE FOREGOING WARRANTIES ARE IN LIEU OF ALL
OTHER WARRANTIES AND CONDITIONS, EXPRESSED
OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THOSE
OF MECHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE.
GINNY’S Customer Returns
1515 South 21st Street
Clinton, IA. 52732 - 6676
(608) 324- 4660
8:00AM to Midnight, Monday though Friday
or
Fax (608) 324- 5907
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