User Brochure - kanmor Control Systems

- User Brochure
U 546e
02/08
tekmarNet®4 Thermostat 546e
Table of Contents
Congratulations
on the purchase
of your kanmor
programmable thermostat
with communication. This
thermostat combines easyto-use programming with
advanced features to increase
both comfort and energy
efficiency.
Display .................................................................... 2
Symbols Description ............................................... 2
User Interface ......................................................... 3
Viewing Current Temperatures ............................... 4
Viewing the Room Set Temperature ....................... 4
Adjusting the Room Set Temp (No Schedule) ........ 5
Adjusting the Room Set Temp (Schedule).............. 5
Temporary Room Set Adjustment (Schedule) ........ 5
Adjusting the Temporary Zone Hold ....................... 6
Choosing the Mode of Operation............................ 6
Setting the Floor Warming Temperatures ............... 6
Setting the Fan On Time......................................... 6
Resetting the Filter Timer ....................................... 7
Viewing the Current Time ....................................... 7
Setting the Time ..................................................... 7
Selecting a Scene................................................... 8
Extended Absences................................................ 9
Viewing the Recorded High & Low Temperatures .. 9
Selecting a Schedule .............................................10
Units of Temperature .............................................11
Backlight ................................................................11
Cleaning the Thermostat ......................................11
Error Messages .....................................................11
Warranty ................................................................12
Your kanmor thermostat allows
you to :
• Set a single schedule for your
heating and cooling system that
all of your kanmor thermostats
can follow.
• Adjust the time and date on
all your kanmor thermostats
from a single thermostat
• Automatically adjust for
Daylight Saving Time
• View the outdoor temperature
on all of your kanmor thermostats.
• Easily set up custom “Scenes” to
match your home and lifestyle.
• Easily override your kanmor
thermostats if you are planning an
extended absence.
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Display
Item Field
Menu Field
Displays an abbreviated
name of the selected item
Displays the
current menu
Number Field
Displays the current value
of the selected item
Status Field
Displays the current status
of the control’s inputs,
outputs and operation
Symbols Description
MODE OF OPERATION
Displays whether in heating or cooling
mode.
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SCHEDULE MASTER
Indicates this thermostat is a schedule
master. The number indicates the
schedule group number.
FIRST STAGE OF HEAT
Indicates when the first stage of heat
is operating.
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SECOND STAGE OF HEAT
Indicates when the second stage of
heat is operating.
COOL GROUP MASTER
Indicates this thermostat is a cool group
master.
FIRST STAGE OF COOLING
Indicates when the first stage of cooling
is operating.
LOCK
Indicates that the access levels are
locked. Also indicates when an item is
visible but not adjustable.
SECOND STAGE OF COOLING
Indicates when the second stage of
cooling is operating.
OPTIMUM START / STOP
Indicates that Optimum Start or
Optimum Stop is active.
FAN 1
Indicates when Fan 1 is operating.
WARNING
Indicates an error is present.
FAN 2
Indicates when Fan 2 is operating.
TEMPORARY HOLD
Indicates that the temperature has been
temporarily adjusted from the scheduled
event temperature.
FILTER
Indicates that the Filter requires
replacement.
SCHEDULED EVENT
Indicates the current scheduled
event.
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Indicates when a communication
network is detected.
User Interface
The control uses a Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) as
the method of supplying information on the operation
of the thermostat.
Access Levels
Item
Each menu has several items. The abbreviated name
of the selected item will be displayed in the item field of
the display. To view the next available item, press and
release the Item button.
This thermostat has five access levels:
•
•
•
•
•
SEC (Secure)
LTD (Limited)
USER (User)
INST (Installer)
ADV (Advanced).
Adjustment
To make an adjustment to a setting in the thermostat:
1. Use the Menu button to select the appropriate
menu.
This brochure only covers the features available in the
SEC, LTD and USER levels. Only qualified service people
should adjust the INST and ADV access levels.
3. Use the Up or Down button to adjust the setting.
Default Item
Menu
All of the items displayed by the thermostat are organized
into seven menus:
•
•
•
•
2. Use the Item button to select the desired item.
View
Adjust
Time
Scene
• Schedule
• Monitor
• Miscellaneous
When you display an item in the View menu for more than
5 seconds it becomes the default item. After you navigate
other menus, the display reverts back to the default item
after 60 seconds of button inactivity.
The Time is the only exception. It can be displayed
indefinitely.
These menus are listed in the Menu Field on the top left
hand side of the display.
Use the Menu button to advance to the next menu.
Continue
to next Item
Continue
to next Item
Continue
to next Item
Continue to next Menu
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Viewing Current Temperatures
Use the View menu to view the current temperatures being sensed by the thermostat. To view the available temperatures,
use the Menu button to go to the View menu. Use the Item button to view the temperatures.
Room Temperature
This is the current air temperature of the room being
controlled.
Cooling Average Temperature
If the cooling feature is being used on this thermostat, this
is the average air temperature in the area being cooled
by the thermostat.
Outdoor Temperature
If an outdoor sensor is connected, this is the current
outdoor air temperature.
Floor Temperature
If a floor sensor is connected to the thermostat, this is
the current floor temperature.
Remote Temperature
If a remote sensor is connected to the thermostat, this is
the current temperature at the remote sensor.
Viewing the Room Set Temperature
The Room Set temperature is the temperature that the
thermostat is currently set to maintain.
To view the Room Set temperature:
1. Use the Menu button to select the View menu.
2. Use the Item button to select Room Set.
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Adjusting the Room Set Temperature (No Schedule)
To adjust the Room Set temperature when there is no
schedule in use:
1. Make sure you are in the VIEW menu. If not, press
the Menu button until VIEW displays in the top left
corner.
2. Press the Item button to display the ‘Room’ or ‘Room
Set’ item.
3. Press the Up or Down button to enter the ‘Set Heat’
mode. Continue pressing the Up or Down button until
the desired temperature is displayed
4. Ten seconds after the adjustment has been made, the
display will return to the default item.
Wait 10
seconds
OR
Press Up or Down
Button to adjust the
heating temperature.
Press Up or Down
Button to adjust the
cooling temperature.
Adjusting the Room Set Temperature (Schedule)
If your thermostat is using a schedule, the current event
of Wake, UnOcc, Occ, Sleep or Away displays on the
screen.
To change the temperature for a schedule event:
1. Use the Menu button to select the Adjust menu.
Current schedule
status indicates a
schedule is in use
2. Use the Item button to select the Set Heat item for the
event you would like to change (Wake, UnOcc, Occ,
Sleep, or Away)
3. Use the Up or Down buttons to change the set
temperature for the event.
Press Up or Down
Button to adjust the
heating “UnOcc”
temperature
Press Up or Down Button
to adjust the heating
“Wake” temperature.
Temporary Room Set Adjustment (Schedule Only)
If your thermostat is using a schedule and you would like
to temporarily change the current heating temperature:
1. Make sure you are in the View menu. If not, press
the Menu button until VIEW displays in the top left
corner.
2. Press the Item button to select either the ‘Room’ or
‘Room Set’ item.
3. Press the Up or Down button to enter the ‘Set Heat’
mode. The words ‘TMPY HOLD’ will appear indicating
that you are only making a temporary change. Continue
pressing the Up or Down button to adjust the desired
temperature.
4. Ten seconds after the adjustment has been made, the
display will return to the default item. The words ‘TMPY
HOLD’ will remain on the screen for the duration of
the temporary change.
5. To cancel the temporary hold before it expires, press
and hold the Up and Down buttons at the same time.
To adjust the temporary hold time, go to the Temporary
Zone Hold item in the Scene menu.
Wait 10
seconds
OR
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Adjusting the Temporary Zone Hold
You can adjust the length of the Temporary Zone Hold.
1. Use the Menu button to select the Scene menu.
To adjust the length of the Temporary Zone Hold:
2. Use the item button to select Tmpy Zone Hold.
3. Use the Up or Down button to set the length of the
Tmpy Zone Hold.
Choosing the Mode of Operation
The thermostat has four modes of operation:
To choose the Mode of Operation:
• Heat: Provides heating only.
• Cool: Provides cooling only.
• Auto: Automatically changes between heating and
cooling.
• Off: Does not provide heating or cooling.
1. Use the Menu button to select the Adjust menu.
2. Use the Item button to select the Mode item.
3. Use the Up or Down button to select either Off, Heat,
Cool or Auto.
Setting the Floor Warming Temperatures
If a floor sensor is installed, you can set the minimum
floor temperature.
There are up to four periods:
•
•
•
•
Caution: Setting a high floor minimum temperature can
result in overheating the room.
To set the floor minimum temperature:
Wake
Occ (Occupied)
Unocc (Unoccupied)
Sleep
1. Use the Menu button to select the Adjust menu.
2. Use the Item button to select FLOORMIN.
3. Use the Up or Down button to adjust the temperature.
Note: If your thermostat is using the schedule feature,
you will have to set a FLOORMIN temperature for each
period.
Setting the Fan On Time
If a fan is connected to the thermostat, the fan on time
can be adjusted:
To set the fan on time:
• Auto: The fan operates with the heating or cooling
system.
• Off: The fan remains off.
• 10% to 90%: The fan operates for the set percentage
of time.
• On: The fan operates continuously.
2. Use the Item button to select FAN.
1. Use the Menu button to select the Adjust menu.
3. Use the Up or Down button to set the fan on time.
Note: If your thermostat is using the schedule feature,
you will have to set a fan on time for each period. There
are up to four periods:
•
•
•
•
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Wake
Occ (Occupied)
Unocc (Unoccupied)
Sleep
Resetting the Filter Timer
The thermostat keeps a record of the number of hours
the fan runs. Once the number of hours exceeds the
Filter time, a Filter symbol is displayed in the thermostat
display.
To reset the Filter timer after you replace the filter:
Filter Symbol
1. Use the Menu button to select the Adjust menu.
2. Use the Item button to select CLR FLTR.
3. Use the Up button to select YES.
+
4. The Filter timer has now reset.
To Clear
the filter
timer
Viewing the Current Time
To view the current time:
1. Use the Menu button to select the Time menu.
Setting the Time
Step 1: Use the Menu button to select the Time menu.
The current time and day displays. If the clock has not
been set, the time will flash.
Step 3: Use the Item button to advance to the next item.
The minutes begins to flash. Use the Up or Down button
to set the minutes.
Step 2: Use the item button to advance through the Time
menu. If your installer has selected Daylight Savings Time,
the date is displayed. If the date has not been set, it will
flash. If your installer has not selected Daylight Savings
Time, the date will not be displayed.
Step 4: Use the Item button to advance to the next item.
The hours begins to flash. Use the Up or Down button to
set the hour.
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Step 5: Use the Item button to advance to the next item.
The day begins to flash. Use the Up or Down button to
set the day.
Step 7: Use the Item button to advance to the next item.
The day of the month begins to flash. Use the Up or Down
button to set the date.
If your installer has selected Daylight Savings Time,
continue with steps 6, 7 and 8.
Step 8: Use the Item button to advance to the next item.
The year begins to flash. Use the Up or Down button to
set the year.
Step 6: Use the Item button to advance to the next item.
The month begins to flash. Use the Up or Down button
to set the month.
Selecting a Scene
Scenes is a feature that your installer selects when he
sets up each thermostat in your system.
Please refer to the Job Record J 546e for a record of how
your installer made these settings
Scenes allow you to change the temperature of all the
thermostats that use the Scene feature from a single
thermostat.
Several of the Scenes are preset from the factory. However,
your installer can customize several of the scenes based
on your needs.
Refer to the Scene table below for a description of each
scene.
Scene
Description
1
Permanent 1
2
Permanent Away 2
3
Permanent Unoccupied 3
4
Permanent 4
Scheduled event, Wake, Unoccupied, Occupied, Sleep, Away
5
Permanent 5
Scheduled event, Wake, Unoccupied, Occupied, Sleep, Away
6
Temporary Occupied 6
7
Temporary 7
Scheduled event, Wake, Unoccupied, Occupied, Sleep, Away for 4 hours
8
Temporary 8
Scheduled event, Wake, Unoccupied, Occupied, Sleep, Away for 8 hours
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Thermostat Operation
Scheduled event, Wake, Unoccupied, Occupied, Sleep, Away
Away
DHW demands are ignored (applies to reset modules)
Setpoint demands operate (applies to reset modules)
Unoccupied
Occupied for 3 hours
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To select a scene:
1. Use the Menu button to select the Scene menu.
2. Use the Item button to select the Select item.
3. Use the Up or Down button to select the desired
scene.
• Default Scene: The default scene is Permanent 1.
In a typical installation, the thermostat follows the
schedule.
• Factory set scene: When you select a factory set scene
(2, 3, and 6), all of the thermostats using the scene
feature use the temperature specified by the scene.
• Custom scenes: When you select a custom scene,
your installer will have preset each thermostat using
the scene feature to either follow its regular schedule,
or go to the set wake, occupied, unoccupied, sleep or
away temperature.
Example:
A house is normally in scene Permanent 1. There is a
master bedroom that operates on a schedule and there
is a guest bedroom that is normally set to Unoccupied.
When a guest arrives, the scene is to change to Permanent
4. Scene 4 changes the guest room to operate on the
setback schedule.
Location
Master Bedroom
Guest Bedroom
Scene
Temperature
1
Schedule
4
Schedule
1
UnOccupied
4
Schedule
Extended Absences
If you are going away for an extended period of time, the
AWAYHOLD feature allows you to override the regular
schedule of the thermostat for a set number of days.
During the Away Hold, the thermostat operates at the
Away temperature set by your installer.
After the Away Hold has expired, the thermostat returns
to its normal operation.
If you have multiple kanmor thermostats installed, you
need only to do the following on one thermostat.
To set the number of days you will be away:
1. Use the Menu button to select the Scene menu.
2. Use the Item button to select Away Hold.
3. Use the Up or Down button to set the number of days
that you will be away.
To start the Away Hold:
1. Use the Menu button to select the Scene menu.
2. Use the Item button to select the SELECT item.
3. Use the Up or Down button to select Scene 2
Permanent Away.
Viewing the Recorded High & Low Temperatures
Use the Monitor Menu to view the high and low
temperatures sensed by your thermostat.
To view the temperatures:
1. Use the Menu button to select the Misc menu.
2. Use the Item button to view the temperatures.
3. Pressing the Up and Down buttons at the same time
while viewing the temperature resets the item.
Outdoor High
Highest recorded outdoor temperature.
Outdoor Low
Lowest recorded outdoor temperature.
Room High
Highest recorded indoor temperature.
Room Low
Lowest recorded room temperature.
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Selecting a Schedule
During installation, your installer will have selected a
schedule for your thermostat.
To view the schedule your installer has selected:
1. Use the Menu button to select the Schedule Menu
• MBR1 to MBR4: This thermostat is a member of a
master schedule that has been set on a separate
thermostat. If the master schedule is changed, it
affects this thermostat.
2. Use the Item button to select the Heat Schd or the
Cool Schd. You will see one of the following:
• None: This thermostat is not using a schedule and
operates at a single temperature.
• Zone: This thermostat is using its own schedule.
Members of
Schedule 1
Zone 1
2
Master
Schedule 1
3
Zone
None Schedule
4
5
Master
Members of
Schedule 2 Schedule 2
6
7
• MST1 to MST4: This thermostat is a schedule master.
The schedule on this thermostat is being used by
this thermostat as well as several other thermostats.
Changing the schedule will affect other thermostats.
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Schedule
Description
None
No schedule is used.
Zone
The schedule only applies to this
thermostat.
MST1, MST2,
MST3, MST4
This thermostat is a system schedule
master. There are four possible
system schedules.
MBR1, MBR2,
MBR3, MBR4
This thermostat is a system schedule
member. The number indicates which
of the four system schedules the
thermostat is following.
Selecting the Schedule Type
The schedule type determines how frequently the
schedule repeats itself. This thermostat includes four
schedule types:
Schedule Type
Day
1. Use the Menu button to select the Schedule menu.
24 Hour
Sa
2. Use the Item button to select SCH TYPE.
•
Su
3. Use the Up or Down button to select one of the
following four schedule types:
5-2
5-11
7 day
•
•
•
•
•
Mo
Tu
• 24 Hour: All days have the same schedule.
We
• 5-2: Monday to Friday follow the same schedule.
Saturday and Sunday follow the same schedule.
* 5-11: Monday to Friday follow the same schedule.
Saturday and Sunday have their own schedules
•
•
•
•
•
Th
•
Fr
•
• 7 Day: All seven days of the week have their own
schedule.
Selecting the Schedule Mode
The schedule allows for either 4 or 2 temperatures per
day.
3. Use the Up or Down button to select one of the
following two schedule modes:
To select the schedule mode:
• 4: Wake, Unoccupied, Occupied, Sleep
• 2: Occupied, Unoccupied
1. Use the Menu button to select the Schedule menu.
2. Use the Item button to select SCH MODE.
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Setting the Schedule
The installer of this thermostat may have already entered
a schedule. Please refer to Job Record J546e.
To set the schedule:
1. Use the Menu button to select the Schedule menu.
2. Use the Item button to select the first event of the
schedule.
3. Use the Up or Down button to set the start time of the
event.
• If you wish to skip the event, select “– –:– –” as the
time. “– –:– –” is found between 11:50 PM and 12:00
AM.
4. Use the Item button to advance to the next available
event.
5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 for all of the available events.
Schedule
Mode
Event
24Hr
Sat
Sun
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Wake
4 events per Unoccupied
day
Occupied
Sleep
or
6:00 AM
6:00 AM
6:00 AM
6:00 AM
6:00 AM
6:00 AM
6:00 AM
6:00 AM
8:00 AM
8:00 AM
8:00 AM
8:00 AM
8:00 AM
8:00 AM
8:00 AM
8:00 AM
6:00 PM
6:00 PM
6:00 PM
6:00 PM
6:00 PM
6:00 PM
6:00 PM
6:00 PM
10:00 PM
10:00 PM
10:00 PM
10:00 PM
10:00 PM
10:00 PM
10:00 PM
10:00 PM
2 events per Occupied
day
Unoccupied
6:00 AM
6:00 AM
6:00 AM
6:00 AM
6:00 AM
6:00 AM
6:00 AM
6:00 AM
10:00 PM
10:00 PM
10:00 PM
10:00 PM
10:00 PM
10:00 PM
10:00 PM
10:00 PM
Units of Temperature
You can display temperatures in either Fahrenheit (°F)
or in Celsius (°C).
To change the units of temperature:
1. Use the Menu button to select the Misc menu.
or
2. Use the Item button to select UNITS.
3. Use the Up or Down button to select Fahrenheit (°F)
or Celsius (°C):
Backlight
The thermostat’s display has a backlight. By default the
backlight is temporarily On. You can also set the backlight
to be either permanently On or permanently Off.
To change the backlight setting:
1. Use the Menu button to select the Misc menu.
3. Use the Up or Down button to select a setting:
• ON: Backlight stays on.
• TMPY (Temporary): Backlight stays on for 30
seconds.
• OFF: Backlight is off.
2. Use the Item button to select Backlite.
Cleaning the Thermostat
Clean the thermostat’s exterior using a damp cloth. Moisten the cloth with water and wring out prior to wiping the
thermostat. Do not use solvents or cleaning solutions.
Error Messages
When the thermostat encounters a problem, a Warning
Symbol appears and a description of the error message
is displayed. To troubleshoot how to correct the error,
please refer to the Data Brochure or contact a qualified
installer.
An electronic version of the Data Brochure D 546e is
available on the kanmor website: www.kanmor.com.
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Limited Warranty and Product Return Procedure
Limited Warranty The liability of kanmor under this
warranty is limited. The Purchaser, by taking receipt
of any kanmor product (“Product”), acknowledges
the terms of the Limited Warranty in effect at the time
of such Product sale and acknowledges that it has
read and understands same.
The kanmor Limited Warranty to the Purchaser on the
Products sold hereunder is a manufacturer’s passthrough warranty which the Purchaser is authorized
to pass through to its customers. Under the Limited
Warranty, each kanmor Product is warranted against
defects in workmanship and materials if the Product
is installed and used in compliance with kanmor’s
instructions, ordinary wear and tear excepted. The
pass-through warranty period is for a period of twentyfour (24) months from the production date if the Product is not installed during that period, or twelve (12)
months from the documented date of installation if
installed within twenty-four (24) months from the production date.
The liability of kanmor under the Limited Warranty shall
be limited to, at kanmor’s sole discretion: the cost of parts
and labor provided by kanmor to repair defects in materials and / or workmanship of the defective product; or
to the exchange of the defective product for a warranty
replacement product; or to the granting of credit limited to
the original cost of the defective product, and such repair,
exchange or credit shall be the sole remedy available
from kanmor, and, without limiting the foregoing in any
way, kanmor is not responsible, in contract, tort or strict
product liability, for any other losses, costs, expenses,
inconveniences, or damages, whether direct, indirect,
special, secondary, incidental or consequential, arising
from ownership or use of the product, or from defects in
workmanship or materials, including any liability for fundamental breach of contract.
The pass-through Limited Warranty applies only to those
defective Products returned to kanmor during the warranty period. This Limited Warranty does not cover the
cost of the parts or labor to remove or transport the defective Product, or to reinstall the repaired or replacement
Product, all such costs and expenses being subject to
Purchaser’s agreement and warranty with its customers.
Any representations or warranties about the Products
made by Purchaser to its customers which are different
from or in excess of the kanmor Limited Warranty are
the Purchaser’s sole responsibility and obligation. Purchaser shall indemnify and hold kanmor harmless from
and against any and all claims, liabilities and damages
of any kind or nature which arise out of or are related to
any such representations or warranties by Purchaser to
its customers.
The pass-through Limited Warranty does not apply if the
returned Product has been damaged by negligence by
persons other than kanmor, accident, fire, Act of God,
abuse or misuse; or has been damaged by modifications,
alterations or attachments made subsequent to purchase
which have not been authorized by kanmor; or if the Product was not installed in compliance with kanmor’s instructions and / or the local codes and ordinances; or if due to
defective installation of the Product; or if the Product was
not used in compliance with kanmor’s instructions.
THIS WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, WHICH THE GOVERNING LAW ALLOWS PARTIES TO CONTRACTUALLY EXCLUDE, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION,
IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, DURABILITY OR DESCRIPTION OF THE PRODUCT, ITS NONINFRINGEMENT OF ANY RELEVANT PATENTS OR
TRADEMARKS, AND ITS COMPLIANCE WITH OR NONVIOLATION OF ANY APPLICABLE ENVIRONMENTAL,
HEALTH OR SAFETY LEGISLATION; THE TERM OF
ANY OTHER WARRANTY NOT HEREBY CONTRACTUALLY EXCLUDED IS LIMITED SUCH THAT IT SHALL
NOT EXTEND BEYOND TWENTY-FOUR (24) MONTHS
FROM THE PRODUCTION DATE, TO THE EXTENT
THAT SUCH LIMITATION IS ALLOWED BY THE GOVERNING LAW.
Product Warranty Return Procedure All Products that
are believed to have defects in workmanship or materials must be returned, together with a written description
of the defect, to the kanmor Representative assigned to
the territory in which such Product is located. If kanmor
receives an inquiry from someone other than a kanmor
Representative, including an inquiry from Purchaser (if
not a kanmor Representative) or Purchaser’s customers,
regarding a potential warranty claim, kanmor’s sole obligation shall be to provide the address and other contact
information regarding the appropriate Representative.
kanmor Control Systems Ltd.
5100 Silver Star Road
Vernon, B.C. CANADA V1B 3K4
250-545-2693 Fax. 250-549-4349
Web Site: www.kanmor.com
© 2008 by kanmor Control Systems Ltd. Used with permission.
kanmor trademark is used under license
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