Installation & Owners Manual
Solar Pool Heater
for above and inground swimming pools
(Not recommended for Inflatable Pools)
Installation & Owners Manual
Thank you for choosing the Sungrabber solar pool heating system. Sungrabber is
proudly manufactured in the United States. Since 1969, we have provided high-quality,
long-lasting products that help our customers save money on energy costs and reduce
the environmental impact associated with traditional energy sources.
Read this manual completely before installing your system. Use caution when selecting
the location to mount your solar collectors. Failure to observe safe practices on a roof
or other elevated structure may result in falling, leading to serious injury. Unless you
are experienced and have proper safety equipment, hire someone with the necessary
experience to do the installation. If you build a ground rack, ensure that it does not enable children access into the pool.
Page
Overview....……………….…………….…………………………....
1-2
Installation..…….…....……………………………………………..…
3-7
Operation & Winterization......………….……………………………
8
Troubleshooting….…………………..…………………...…….........
9
Warranty............………..……….…………………..…………………
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Overview
How it works:
1. Sun shine heats the solar collectors.
2. The pool pump circulates pool water through the heated solar collectors.
3. Warm, solar-heated water flows back into your pool.
4. You enjoy swimming in a solar heated pool!
System Diagrams
Ground Mount
(Flexible pool hose)
RUBBER END
CAPS WITH
HOSE CLAMPS
PUMP
FILTER
RUBBER
COUPLER
WITH HOSE
CLAMPS
RUBBER END
CAPS WITH
HOSE CLAMPS
BYPASS BALL VALVE
FLEX HOSE
SOLAR COLLECTORS
Roof/Rack Mount
(Rigid PVC pipe)
RUBBER END CAP
WITH HOSE CLAMPS
MOUNTING STRAPS
WITH CAPS AND BASES
RUBBER COUPLER
WITH PVC PIPE ADAPTER
AND HOSE CLAMPS Outlet
(At Highest Point)
RUBBER
COUPLER
WITH
HOSE
CLAMPS
RUBBER
END CAPS
WITH
HOSE
CLAMPS
Inlet
(At Lowest Point)
RUBBER END CAP
WITH HOSE CLAMPS
ISOLATION
BALL VALVE
(OPTIONAL)
ISOLATION
BALL VALVE
(OPTIONAL)
BYPASS
BALL
VALVE
FILTER
HEATER
PUMP
POOL
CLEANER
1
CHECK
VALVE
Note: The solar collector inlet (water coming from the pump and filter) must be at
the lowest point of the solar collectors.
Overview (continued)
Sizing
To determine the optimal number of solar collectors needed to heat your pool, visit
www.sungrabber.com. You may order additional solar collectors from your Sungrabber
dealer.
Contents
Your system includes one or two solar collectors, along with mounting hardware, connection hardware, and operation valves. See the list below for the contents of your
exact system:
290-2
Systems
295-2
295-3
2’ Wide Solar
Collector
2
(20’ Long)
2
(10’ Long)
1
(10’ Long)
1
(20’ Long)
1
(10f’ Long)
Mounting Cap
18
12
8
12
8
Mounting Base
18
12
8
12
8
Mounting Strap
6
4
4
6
4
Rubber Coupler
3
3
2
1
1
Rubber End Cap
4
4
2
2
2
Hose Clamp
10
10
6
4
4
PVC Pipe Adapter
2
2
2
-
-
PVC Ball Valve
1
1
1
-
-
PVC Check Valve
1
1
1
-
-
Rubber Tube plugs
20
20
20
20
20
Component
Add-on Collector
290-1
295-1
Flexible Pool Hose
Rigid PVC Pipe
- 1-1/2” I.D. flexible hose
- Ground spikes (ground installation)
- Optional roof or rack mounting:
* Mounting screws (1/4” x 2” long, outdoor screws) & roof sealant
* Ground rack lumber and materials
- Optional bypass valve:
* (2) 1-1/2” PVC tees and (4) 1-1/2” Barb x slip PVC adapters
* (6) 1-1/2” PVC elbows (varying with installation)
* (2) 1-1/2” PVC ball valves (optional isolation valves)
- Mounting screws (1/4” x 2” long, outdoor screws) & roof sealant
- PVC primer, PVC cement, and PVC fittings
- (2) 1-1/2” PVC tees, (6) 1-1/2” PVC elbows (varying with installation)
- (2) 1-1/2” PVC ball valves (optional isolation valves)
- 1-1/2” Sch.40 PVC pipe to connect solar system to pool equipment
- For additional collectors, purchase a solar collector add-on kit
Additional materials required:
Tools required:
- Flat head screwdriver or 5/16” nut driver
- Optional roof or rack mounting:
* Power drill with 1/8” pilot drill bit and a Phillips head bit
Additional materials required
Tools required:
- PVC pipe cutters or equivalent
- Flat head screwdriver or 5/16” nut driver for tightening hose clamps
• Power drill with 1/8” pilot drill bit and a Phillips head bit
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Installation
1) Determine location to install solar collectors
Select an unshaded location on the ground or roof near the pool that is at least 5’ x 20’
and receives full sun for most of the day. The solar collectors operate most efficiently
when tilted 10 to 30 degrees towards the South, although they are still effective when
facing West, East, or mounted flat. The solar collectors must be mounted horizontally
on a smooth and flat surface using the provided mounting hardware to prevent damage. The solar collector inlet (water coming from the pump and filter) must always be
at the lowest point of the solar collectors (unless mounted flat). They need to be accessible for annual winterizing.
For ground installation, consider laying the solar collectors on grass, gravel, landscaping bark or similar. If available ground surfaces are not smooth and flat, consider building a wooden rack, platform, or deck. An example ground rack is shown on the next
page. For roof installations, the roof must be composition asphalt or equivalent. The
solar collectors cannot be mounted directly
on roof surfaces that are not smooth and
flat, such as tile roofs and metal roofs.
South
3
10
30o
1
9
4
2
TYP 12-PLCS
2'
2'
SOLAR COLLECTOR SUPPORT
2'
2'
22'
2'
4.) WHEN INSTALLING COLLECTORS ON THE GROUND, DO NOT
BUILD A RACK THAT CAN ALLOW CHILDREN ACCESS TO
THE POOL.
3.) SECURE PANELS USING SOLAR COLLECTOR ROOF MOUNT KIT.
2.) ENSURE SOLAR COLLECTOR AND PIPING ARE PROPERLY SUPPORTED
AND CAN FREELY EXPAND AND CONTRACT WITHOUT RUBBING
AGAINST SHARP EDGES.
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Solar Collector
BOTTOM 1"x4" PROVIDES SUPPORT FOR SOLAR COLLECTOR. FOR TWO
SOLAR COLLECTORS, ADD A SECOND 1"x4" UNDER TOP COLLECTOR.
2'
1.) RACK IS DESIGNED FOR 30 DEGREE (7/12) PITCH.
NOTES:
4
3
2
5 6 7 8
A
ADDED
COLLECTOR
SUPPORT PER
ECR 6559
M.Rubio
9/29/09
LUMBER,2x4x10' (CUT QTY-12, 27.5"L )
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
item
Ground Rack
ONE 4X20 SOLAR COLLECTOR
OR
TWO 2X20 SOLAR COLLECTORS
GROUND RACK FOR
ABOVE GROUND POOLS
1
OF
N.T.S.
07366
DWG NO.
SHEET
SCALE
APPROV
1
A
REV
A. Holtz 3/22/05
CHECKED
INFO AND KNOW-HOW HEREON ARE CONFIDENTIAL AND MAY NOT BE USED, REPRODUCED
DRAWN
OR REVEALED TO OTHERS EXCEPT IN ACCORD WITH THE CONTRACT OR OTHER WRITTEN PERMISSION OF FAFCO INC. ANY REPRODUCTIONS IN PART OR WHOLE SHALL INCLUDE THIS NOTATION.
WOOD SCREW, 1"L
NUT, HEX, 3/8"
WASHER, LOCK, 3/8"
WASHER, FLAT, 3/8"
BOLT, CARRIAGE, 3/8", 5"L
LUMBER,1x4x10'
LUMBER,1x4x8' (CUT Q TY-12, 21"L)
LUMBER,2x4x10' (CUT QTY-12, 55"L )
PLYWOOD,1/4"-3/8" THK, 4'x 8'
description
3
100
12
12
12
12
7
3
6
3
qty
10
2'
2'
2'
NEXT ASSEMBLY
DRAWING NO. QTY
2'
2'
The following drawing is provided as a suggestion for the construction of a rack for your solar system.
Installation (continued)
Ground Rack Example
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Installation (continued)
2) Roll out solar collectors and connect together
Lay the box containing the solar system near the selected installation location. Ensure there are no rocks or other sharp objects lying on the ground that could puncture
the solar collectors. Remove the contents and verify quantities using list shown in the
overview on page 2.
Position the rolled up solar collectors so that they will unroll into the area you have chosen. Remove and discard the plastic end caps used for shipping. Cut the solar collector strap with scissors. Be careful so you don’t damage the solar collectors. Gently
unroll the solar collectors. Place a smooth object of no more than 15 pounds on each
end of the solar collectors to hold them flat. After 30 minutes or so in the sun the panels will stay flat.
On the far end of the solar collectors furthest from the pool equipment, place rubber
end caps with hose clamps on the outer solar collector ends. If you have more than
one solar collector, join them together on the far end with a rubber coupler with two
hose clamps. Position the hose clamps about 1/4˝ from the end of the rubber caps and
tighten
On the other end of the solar collectors nearest to the pool equipment, place rubber
end clamps each with hose clamps on the inner solar collector ends. For inground
pools using rigid PVC pipe, place rubber couplers each with hose clamps on the outer
solar collector ends. Position the hose clamps about 1/4˝ from the end of the rubber
caps and tighten. Insert PVC pipe adapters with hose clamps into rubber couplers,
and tighten.
3) Strap down the solar collectors
Lay the mounting straps evenly spaced across the solar collectors. The outside
mounting straps should be roughly 6 inches away from solar collector ends. Place
mounting bases under mounting straps, a couple inches away from both sides of the
solar collectors.
For ground installations, anchor the mounting bases to the ground using ground spikes
(not provided). For roof or ground rack installations, align straps with rafter locations in
order to anchor mounting bases to rafters. Locate rafters by looking under roof eves
or by finding rafter nails on fascia boards. Lift mounting strap away and drive 1/4” x 2”
outdoor screws with roof sealant into mounting bases. Thread on mounting caps.
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Installation (continued)
4) Connect to pool and start-up
Flexible Pool Hose
a.The solar collector ends are 1-1/2” hose size. If your pool uses a different hose size,
purchase appropriate reducers from a pool supply store.
b.Turn on your pool pump and record the pressure shown on the pressure gauge on the
pool filter. Turn off your pool pump and block the inlet and outlet of your pool using the
plugs supplied by your pool manufacturer or a suitable alternative.
c.Disconnect the hose at the pool filter outlet.
d. Use a new or existing 1-1/2” flexible hose to connect the pool filter outlet to the solar
collector. The solar collector inlet is at the bottom of solar collector, unless laid flat in
which case either end can be the inlet. Place a hose clamp on the end of the hose
and push the hose onto solar collector end at least one inch past the raised ribs.
Slide the hose clamp into place and tighten. Note: You may need to warm the hose
end by placing it in hot water for several seconds to make it more pliable.
e. Use a new or existing 1-1/2” flexible hose to connect the remaining solar collector
end to the pool inlet or existing pool heater inlet.
f. Unblock the inlet and outlet of the pool. Turn on the pump and check for leaks. The
air in the solar collectors will bubble out into the pool for a few minutes--this is normal. If there’s a leak, you may have to loosen a hose clamp, then push the hose
further up onto the barb and retighten the hose clamp. After the pump is on and has
run for about 5 minutes, watch the pressure gauge on the pool filter. If the pressure
is above 30 psi or if it is 10 psi higher than the pressure reading you took before installing the solar system, install the optional bypass valve per the next step.
g. Optional bypass valve to reduce system pressure: Glue two 1-1/2” slip PVC tees
(not supplied) on each end of the supplied ball valve. Glue four 1-1/2” PVC barb x
slip adapters (not supplied) into the remaining ends of the two tees. Using two additional 1-1/2” flexible hoses with hose clamps. With pool pump off and pool inlet
and outlet blocked, insert this bypass valve assembly between the solar collectors
and pool equipment as shown in the overview diagram. Turn the
SOLAR OFF
ball valve handle so that it is parallel (SOLAR OFF) to the ball valve.
Unblock pool inlet and outlet, turn on pump, and slowly turn ball
valve handle until pressure gauge reads below 10 psi (SOLAR ON).
Again, the air that was in the panel will bubble out into your pool for
a few minutes--this is normal.
SOLAR ON
h.Save the provided repair plugs. Discard any other unused parts.
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Installation (continued)
Rigid PVC Pipe
a.The supplied valves and fittings are 1-1/2” pipe size. If your pool uses a different
pipe size, consider using appropriate reducers or replacing the valves and fittings
with ones that are the same size as your pool plumbing.
b.Turn on your pool pump and record the pressure shown on the pressure gauge on the
pool filter. Turn off your pool pump. If the pump is lower than the top of the pool, block
the inlet and outlet of the pool.
c.Cut out approximately 2 foot section of pipe directly after the pool filter using PVC
pipe cutters or equivalent.
d. Using appropriate PVC primer and cement, glue the following valves and fittings
directly after the pool filter in the following order: 1. Check valve (with arrow pointing
away from the pool filter); 2. Tee for solar inlet (with one end leading to the solar collectors); 3. Ball valve; 4. Tee for solar outlet (with one end leading to the solar collectors). The check valve prevents debris in the pool filter from backflushing into the
pool when the pool pump turns off and water drains from the solar collectors into the
pool. The ball valve acts as a bypass valve to optimize the flow and back pressure
on the system.
e. Install pipe and elbows to connect solar inlet tee to bottom solar collector end, and to
connect solar outlet tee to top solar collector end.
f. Turn the ball valve handle so that it is perpendicular to the ball valve or fully closed
(solar on position). Solar is not used when the ball valve handle is completely inline with the ball valve (solar off position). Unblock pool inlet and outlet and turn on
pump. The air that was in the solar collectors will bubble out into your pool for a few
minutes--this is normal. Repair any leaks that appear. After running the pump for
about 5 minutes, slowly turn the ball valve handle until the pressure gauge reads
below 30 psi or 10 psi less than the pressure reading you took before installing the
solar system.
g. Save the provided repair plugs. Discard any other unused parts.
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Operation
WARNING: If the solar collectors are full of water and has been sitting in the sun
without the pump running, the water can get very hot. Hot water can cause burns,
so be sure that everyone is away from the pool inlet each time the solar is turned on.
When the solar system is running efficiently, the solar collectors will be cool to the
touch. The sun’s heat will be carried into your pool immediately. For best results,
turn on your Sungrabber whenever the solar collectors are in the sun. Turn the solar
and/or the pump off at night, when it’s cloudy, or when it’s raining to prevent cooling
of the pool. If your pool system has a timer, set it to operate from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m.
This is the best solar heating period. Using a pool blanket in addition to the solar
system will hold the warmth in the pool and help it heat more quickly. It is particularly
important to use the blanket at night or when it’s windy. If your pool becomes too
warm during the season, turn the pump and solar on at night to help cool the pool.
Winterization
!
SOLAR COLLECTOR DAMAGE CAUSED BY FREEZING WATER IS
NOT COVERED UNDER WARRANTY. FOLLOW THIS WINTERIZATION
PROCEDURE TO AVOID FREEZE DAMAGE:
The solar collectors must be completely drained and isolated before winter to prevent
freeze damage. Solar collectors will not be damaged by freezing conditions when
properly drained and isolated as follows:
1.Turn off the pool pump and plug pool inlet and outlet.
2. Disconnect solar collectors
3. The solar collectors must be manually lifted and drained. Unmount solar
collectors and fully drain them by tilting them back and forth until no evidence of
water remains inside of them.
4. Store solar collectors in a conditioned space (above 40oF) for the winter.
5. Use rubber end caps and hose clamps to plug open pipe or hose connections.
6.The pool pump, filter, and sweep can now be used while the solar collectors are
properly stored for the winter.
Note:
Operating your solar system during freezing conditions is not an approved
freeze-protection method. Blowing the lines and/or solar collectors with a shop
vacuum, leaf blower, or compressor will NOT remove water completely and is not an
approved freeze-protection method.
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
PROBLEM
SOLUTION
1. My system doesn’t seem
to be working. The water
returning to my pool is not
hot.
Turn off pool pump midday in bright sunlight for approximately 10 minutes and feel solar
collector. It should be quite warm. Turn pool pump on again for 10 minutes and feel
the solar collector, which should have become quite cool to the touch. The difference in
temperature is the heat being added to your swimming pool. Ensure the bypass valve is
properly adjusted so that sufficient flow is circulating through the solar collectors, without
excessive back pressure. If you have a high horsepower pump, a significant portion of
that water may be bypassed, causing the return water to seem only slightly warmer than
the pool water.
2. My pool is not warm
enough.
• A properly sized system will raise pool temperatures 10-15 degrees during the swimming season.
• Solar will not work as well when it is cloudy or rainy (you most likely won’t be swimming
during those times). After one or two warm days, your water will be back up to a comfortable temperature.
• Be sure the solar collector is getting sun the entire day and is not shaded.
• If installed on a rack, be sure the solar collector is pointed near south tilted 10º to 30º.
• Be sure the inlet side of the solar collector is on the bottom. The solar collector will not
function if fed from the top.
• Consider adding a pool blanket. A pool blanket traps the solar heat captured by the
solar collectors during the day. This is very complementary to the solar system.
• Consider adding additional solar collectors.
3. There are bubbles in the
pool.
This is normal during startup because air is being purged from the solar collectors. If
air bubbles never stop, adjust the bypass valve. Turn the bypass valve to “Solar Off” to
determine if you have an issue with your pool pump, and not with the solar system.
4. Flow seems greatly
reduced and the filter pressure excessive.
Check that the plastic caps were removed from the inlet and outlet prior to installation.
Also be sure the inlet and outlet are properly connected. Check the bypass valve adjustment. Ensure the pump and filter are in good working condition. A one HP pump will
handle installations up to 30 feet away from the pool equipment and one story high. You
are getting enough flow if the panel is cool to the touch on a hot day.
5. My pool is too hot
You can turn you reduce your solar heat by running your pump when the sun goes down,
or bypassing the solar system with the bypass valve. During the hottest part of the summer, running the solar system at night can cool a pool to a more refreshing swimming
temperature - down several degrees in one night if the conditions are right. Also, if your
pool is too warm, leave the solar blanket off at night to allow more heat to escape.
6. I have a leak in my solar
collector
A tube leak can be repaired if damage is located at least 3˝ away from the header. The
following procedure outlines the steps to repair a tube leak using supplied repair plugs.
Refer to the warranty for information regarding other damage.
Panel Repair Plug Instructions
Required: Repair plugs (included with system), soapy water, utility knife, small 4 inch hex head or phillips screw driver.
1. Locate the leaking tube and mark the tube location on each end of the solar collector.
2. Using a utility knife, start approximately 3˝ away from the end of the solar collector, then cutting back away from the
header, scoop out the top portion of the collector tube 1 to 1-1/2˝ long to insert the plug through. Do not cut adjacent
tubes.
3. Apply soapy water to the repair and inside of the tube.
4. Insert the plug pointed end first into the opened tube section. Using a small screw driver or hex wrench, push the plug
gently, without stopping, into the tube until it reaches the end of the solar collector.
5. Remove the small screw driver or hex wrench with a quick twisting motion.
6. Take a second plug and slide it in, stopping as it hits the first plug. Repeat this procedure at the opposite end as well.
This repair completely isolated the damaged tube. Repeat as necessary to repair additional damaged tubes.
SMALL SCREW DRIVER
OR HEX WRENCH
HEADER
HEADER
UTILITY KNIFE
9
UTILITY KNIFE
2"
CUT-OUT
2"
1-1/2"
1-1/2"
CUT-OUT
CUT-OUT
PLUG
LIMITED FIVE-YEAR WARRANTY
FOR THE SUNGRABBER SOLAR POOL COLLECTOR
1. SCOPE OF COVERAGE: This warranty applies only to new swimming pool solar collectors manufactured by SunGrabber and installed according to
SunGrabber instructions on premises owned by the original consumer buyer.
2. IDENTITY OF WARRANTOR AND WARRANTEE: The warranty is extended by SunGrabber to the original consumer buyer of the solar collector.
3. LIMITED FIVE-YEAR WARRANTY: The SunGrabber solar collectors are warranted to be free from defects in materials and workmanship under normal use and service for the heating of either an inground or above ground swimming pool for five (5) years from date of purchase, subject to the terms,
conditions, and limitations described below.
4. WHAT IS NOT COVERED
A. EXCLUSIONS - The above warranty does not apply:
1. To conditions resulting from a defect in a component or part which is not part of the SunGrabber collector.
2. To conditions resulting from a significant departure from SunGrabber’s installation instructions.
3. To conditions such as internal freezing (freeze damage) resulting from failure to provide reasonable and necessary maintenance or storage in ac
cordance with SunGrabber’s operating and maintenance instructions.
4. To conditions resulting from any misuse, abuse, neglect, accident, or alterations.
5. To normal fading and minor deterioration of exterior surfaces resulting from exposure to the elements, except conditions that do or will affect
performance.
6. Damage caused by natural phenomenon
B. NO WARRANTY OF PERFORMANCE OF THE SOLAR COLLECTORS AND SYSTEM:
SunGrabber makes no warranty as to the performance of its solar collectors as to any particular temperature or level to which the water will be heated,
since this depends upon the amount and intensity of sunlight and other variable factors which are impossible to predict and which cannot be controlled.
C. LIMITATIONS ON EXCLUSION FROM COVERAGE:
The above warranty shall not be considered to be violated or its coverage in any way reduced by conditions that may occur in the normal operation of
the system.
5. SOME THINGS BUYER MUST DO
A. PROPER INSTALLATION:
INSTALLATIONS MUST BE PERFORMED ACCORDING TO THE INSTRUCTIONS INCLUDED WITH THE PRODUCT.
B. ROUTINE MAINTENANCE:
Provide reasonable and necessary maintenance in accordance with SunGrabber’s operating and maintenance instructions.
C. KEEPING SUNGRABBER INFORMED:
If it appears to you that any warranted component or part is not functioning properly, promptly notify SunGrabber. Early attention to a minor problem may
help avoid serious problems later.
6. WHAT SUNGRABBER WILL DO
A. REPAIR OR SERVICE:
If a defect in material or workmanship becomes evident during the warranty period, SunGrabber will repair or, at its option, replace the malfunctioning
solar collector with a new solar collector of at least the same quality, within a reasonable time, upon payment of the charges described below. All replacement parts and repairs shall assume the remaining warranty period of the part(s) repaired or replaced. To verify that your warranty is still in effect, you
should be prepared to furnish evidence of date of Purchase, purchase price and send photos showing that the installation was performed according to
the instructions included with the collector. The system must be returned to dealer, distributor, or SunGrabber at homeowner’s expense.
B. IF REPLACEMENT IS REQUIRED:
To obtain replacement of the defective solar collector under the warranty, you are required to pay the difference between:
a) SunGrabber’s suggested retail price for the solar collector at the time the warranty claim is made, and
b) the prorated portion of SunGrabber’s suggested retail price for the solar collector at the time of the original purchase, in accordance with the following
proration schedule:
Year of Claim
Percent of Original Purchase Price
Credited Toward Replacement
First Year
100%
Second Year
80%
Third Year
60%
Fourth Year
40%
Fifth Year
20%
IN ADDITION TO THE CHARGES FOR REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF THE DEFECTIVE SOLAR COLLECTOR, YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR
THE PAYMENT OF ANY COSTS AND EXPENSES OF DISASSEMBLY, REMOVAL AND RE-INSTALLATION OF THE SOLAR COLLECTOR, AND ANY
OTHER INCIDENTAL SERVICES INVOLVED. NONE OF SUCH COSTS OR EXPENSES ARE COVERED BY THIS WARRANTY, AND SUNGRABBER
IS NOT LIABLE FOR ANY OF THEM.
7. NO OTHER EXPRESS WARRANTIES - THESE REMEDIES ARE EXCLUSIVE Unless otherwise explicitly agreed to in writing, it is understood that
this is the only written warranty given by SunGrabber and SunGrabber neither assumes nor authorizes anyone to assume for it any other obligations or
liability in connection with its products. IN NO EVENT SHALL SUNGRABBER BE LIABLE FOR DAMAGE TO PROPERTY, LOST PROFITS, INJURY TO
GOODWILL, OR ANY OTHER SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES RESULTING FROM ANY DEFECTIVE SOLAR COLLECTOR OR ANY BREACH OF THE ABOVE EXPRESS WARRANTY, FOR NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE. Some states do not allow the exclusion or
limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so this exclusion or limitation may not apply to you. The above warranty gives you specific legal rights,
and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
435 Otterson Drive Chico, California 95928
866-SUNGRAB / 866-786-4722
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800-994-7652
www.sungrabber.com
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