BlueStar | BSPL24240TS | Use and Care Manual | BlueStar BSPL24240TS Use and Care Manual

INSTALLATION, USE AND CARE MANUAL
FOR PROFESSIONAL VENTILLATION FOR
THE HOME
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IMPORTANT!—PLEASE READ AND FOLLOW
THIS APPLIANCE WAS DESIGNED FOR EASE OF INSTALLATION AND OPERATION. HOWEVER, WE
RECOMMEND THAT YOU READ ALL SECTIONS OF THIS MANUAL BEFORE YOU BEGIN INSTALLATION.
DO NOT REMOVE PERMANANTLY AFFIXED LABELS, WARNINGS OR DATA PLATES FROM YOUR
APPLIANCE. THIS MAY VOID THE MANUFACTURER’S WARRANTY AND/OR HINDER EFFECTIVE
SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE.
THESE INSTRUCTIONS ARE TO REMAIN WITH THE APPLIANCE AND THE CONSUMER IS TO RETAIN THEM FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
PLEASE OBSERVE ALL LOCAL AND NATIONAL BUILDING CODES AND ORDINANCES. IF NO LOCAL CODES ARE APPLICABLE, PLEASE FOLLOW ALL WIRING REQUIREMENTS IN ACCORDANCE
WITH THE NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE, ANSI/NFPA 70 EDITION.
PLEASE CHECK WITH A QUALIFIED AND TRAINED INSTALLER OR YOUR LOCAL CODES FOR ANY
MAKE UP AIR REQUIREMENTS.
THIS HOOD IS FOR RESIDENTIAL USE ONLY AND IS NOT DESIGNED FOR INSTALLATION OVER A
COMMERCIAL PRODUCT.
MAKE SURE ALL POWER IS TURNED OFF AT THE MAIN BREAKER OR FUSE BOX BEFORE MAKING
ANY CONNECTIONS.
TO AVOID RISK OF FIRE , ELECTRIC SHOCK, OR INJURY TO PERSONS, TURN OFF THE ELECTRICITY TO THE HOOD FROM THE POWER SUPPLY BEFORE CLEANING OR SERVICING.
This product is intended for domestic use only!
© Copyright 2007 Prizer –Painter Stoves Works
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Table of Contents ................................................................................................................................... 2
Safety Instructions ............................................................................................................................... 3-4
Introduction ............................................................................................................................................ 5
Welcome ................................................................................................................................................ 6
Handling & Unpacking .......................................................................................................................... 7
Packing list for your Vent Hood ....................................................................................................... 8-9
Pro Line Hoods ......................................................................................................................... 8
Pyramid Style Hoods ............................................................................................................... 9
Installation of Pro Line Series
Dimensions…………. .. ……………………………………………………………………10
Site Preparation …………………………………………………………………………….. 11
The Correct Height …………………………………………………………………………...12
Duct Information ……………………………………………………………………………..13
Blower Installation …………………………………………………………………………...14
Custom Duct Installation ……………………………………………………………………..15
Installation of Pyramid Style
Dimensions ............................................................................................................................. 16
Site Preparation .................................................................................................................... 17
The Correct Height ................................................................................................................ 18
Duct Information ................................................................................................................... 19
Blower Installation ................................................................................................................ 20
Flue Installation ..................................................................................................................... 21
Wire Diagram ..................................................................................................................................... 22
Cleaning and Maintenance ................................................................................................................. 23
Warranty .......................................................................................................................................... 24-25
Performance Checklist .................................................................................................................... 26-27
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IMPORTANT!—PLEASE READ AND FOLLOW
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
THIS APPLIANCE WAS DESIGNED FOR EASE OF INSTALLATION AND OPERATION. HOWEVER, WE
RECOMMEND THAT YOU READ ALL SECTIONS OF THIS MANUAL BEFORE YOU BEGIN INSTALLATION.
DO NOT REMOVE PERMANANTLY AFFIXED LABELS, WARNINGS OR DATA PLATES FROM YOUR
APPLIANCE. THIS MAY VOID THE MANUFACTURER’S WARRANTY AND/OR HINDER EFFECTIVE
SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE.
THESE INSTRUCTIONS ARE TO REMAIN WITH THE APPLIANCE AND THE CONSUMER IS TO RETAIN THEM FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
PLEASE OBSERVE ALL LOCAL AND NATIONAL BUILDING CODES AND ORDINANCES. IF NO LOCAL CODES ARE APPLICABLE, PLEASE FOLLOW ALL WIRING REQUIREMENTS IN ACCORDANCE
WITH THE NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE, ANSI/NFPA 70 EDITION.
PLEASE CHECK WITH A QUALIFIED AND TRAINED INSTALLER OR YOUR LOCAL CODES FOR ANY
MAKE UP AIR REQUIREMENTS.
THIS HOOD IS FOR RESIDENTIAL USE ONLY AND IS NOT DESIGNED FOR INSTALLATION OVER A
COMMERCIAL PRODUCT.
MAKE SURE ALL POWER IS TURNED OFF AT THE MAIN BREAKER OR FUSE BOX BEFORE SERVICING OR MAKING ANY CONNECTIONS.
WARNING!
WARNING!
TO REDUCE RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK, OR
INJURY TO PERSONS, OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING:
 USE THIS UNIT IN THE MANNER INTENDED
BY THE MANUFACTURER, IF YOU HAVE
ANY QUESTIONS PLEASE CALL 610.374.7679
 BEFORE CLEANING OR SERVICING UNIT,
SWITCH POWER OFF TO THE UNIT AT THE
SERVICE PANEL AND LOCK OUT THE SERVICE PANEL. IF THE SERVICE PANEL CANNOT BE LOCKED OUT, PLEASE AFIX A
WARNING DEVICE PROMINENTLY, SUCH AS
A TAG, TO THE SERVICE PANEL.
TO REDUCE RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK, OR
INJURY TO PERSONS, OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING:
 INSTALLATION WORK AND ELECTRICAL
WORK MUST BE PERFORMED BY QUALIFIED
INDIVIDUALS IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL
APPLICABLE CODES AND STANDARDS, INCLUDING ALL FIRE RATED CONSTRUCTION
 DO NOT DAMAGE ANY EXISTING ELECTRICAL OR HIDDEN UTILITIES WHEN DRILLING , CUTTING AND/OR REMOVING A WALL,
CEILING OR FLOOR
 DUCTED FANS MUST VENT OUTDOORS
 SUFFICIENT AIR IS REQUIRED TO PROPERLY
EXHAUST GASES THROUGH THE FLUE OF
NATURAL AND LIQUID PROPANE FUELED
COOKING EQUIPMENT TO AVOID ANY BACK
DRAFTING. FOLLOW ALL LOCAL AND NATIONAL CODES AND STANDARDS FOR
PROPER AIR REQUIREMENTS.
 USE ONLY METAL DUCTWORK
 NEVER VENT DUCTED EXHAUST AIR INTO
ANOTHER ROOM OR GARAGE. TO REDUCE
THE RISK OF FIRE AND TO PROPERLY VENT
EXHAUST AIR, DUCT MUST VENT OUTDOORS
WARNING!
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF A RANGETOP GREASE
FIRE:
 NEVER LEAVE THE APPLIANCE UNATTENDED DURING USE. BOIL-OVERS MAY
OCCUR, CAUSING SPILLS WHICH MAY IGNITE.
 DO NOT USE WATER ON GREASE FIRES.
NEVER PICK UP A FLAMING PAN. IT IS RECOMMENDED YOU PURCHASE A MULTIPURPOSE DRY CHEMICAL OR FOAM-TYPE
FIRE EXTINGUISHER FOR YOUR HOME.
STORE IT IN CLOSE PROXIMITY TO YOUR
APPLIANCES.
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WARNING!
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF A RANGETOP GREASE FIRE (CONTINUED):
 IF YOU ARE FLAMING LIQUOR OR OTHER SPIRITS, AND YOUR APPLIANCE IS INSTALLED UNDER
A VENT HOOD, TURN THE FAN OFF. THE DRAFT CREATED COULD CAUSE THE FLAMES TO
SPREAD OUT OF CONTROL.
 FOR YOUR SAFETY, NEVER USE YOUR APPLIANCE OR ANY OTHER COOKING APPLIANCE AS A
SPACE HEATER TO WARM OR HEAT THE ROOM.
 USE ONLY DRY POTHOLDERS. MOIST OR DAMP POTHOLDERS ON HOT SURFACES MAY RESULT
IN STEAM BURNS. DO NOT ALLOW POTHOLDERS TO TOUCH HOT BURNER AREAS. DO NOT USE
A TOWEL OR OTHER BULKY MATERIAL AS A POTHOLDER.
 TO REDUCE THE RISK OF BURNS, IGNITION OF FLAMMABLE MATERIALS, AND SPILLAGE, THE
HANDLE OF ANY POT OR PAN SHOULD BE POSITIONED SO THAT IT DOES NOT EXTEND OVER
ADJACENT BURNERS OR THE FRONT OF THE APPLIANCE.
 CLEAN VENTILATING FANS AND GREASE BAFFLES OFTEN. GREASE SHOULD NOT BE ALLOWED
TO ACCUMULATE .
WARNING!
TO REDUCE RISK OF INJURY TO PERSONS DUE TO A GREASE FIRE:
 SMOTHER THE FLAMES WITH A CLOSE FITTING LID, COOKIE SHEET OR METAL TRAY, THEN
TURN OFF THE BURNER. TAKE CARE TO AVOID AND PREVENT BURNS. IF FLAMES DO NOT EXTINGUISH, EVACUATE THE PRMISES AND CALL THE FIRE DEPARTMENT
 NEVER HANDLE OR PICK UP A FLAMING PAN.
 DO NOT USE WATER, INCLUDING WET DISHCLOTHS, OR TOWELS. A VIOLENT STEAM EXPLOSION MAY ENSUE
 DO NOT TURN ON HOOD TO EVACUATE SMOKE. TURN OFF HOOD
 USE AN EXTINGUISHER ONLY IF:
 YOU HAVE A CLASS ABC EXTINGUISHER AND YOU CAN OPERATE IT
 THE FIRE IS SMALL AND CONTAINED WHERE IT STARTED
 THE FIRE DEPARTMENT HAS BEEN NOTIFIED
 YOU CAN FIGHT THE FIRE WITH YOUR BACK TOWARDS AN UNOBSTRUCTED EXIT
WARNING!
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THIS PRODUCT IS FOR GENERAL VENTILATION APPLICATIONS. DO NOT USE TO EXHAUST HAZARDOUS, FLAMMABLE, OR EXPLOSIVE MATERIALS
PRIOR TO CLEANING OR SERVICING THE UNIT, SWITCH POWER OFF AT THE SERVICE PANEL
AND LOCK OUT THE PANEL. IF THE PANEL CANNOT BE LOCKED OUT, AFFIX A PROMINENT
WARNING TAG TO THE SERVICE PANEL.
DO NOT USE PORCELAIN OR ABRASIVE CLEANERS ON THIS PRODUCT. THIS MAY RESULT IN
COSMETIC DAMAGE TO THE SURFACE LIKE SCRATCHES AND/OR DISCOLORIZATION
ALL BRASS TRIM PIECES REQUIRE SPECIAL CLEANING. DO NOT USE ABRASIVE CLEANERS OR
FURNITURE POLISH. THIS WILL RESULT IN DISCOLORIZATION TO THE BRASS SURFACE
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Since 1880, we have been dedicated to quality! We believe that our success can only be measured
by the continuing success of our customers. We achieve customer satisfaction by ensuring that
each of our employees understands, meets and exceeds customer expectations. We establish and
maintain an environment that encourages all employees to pursue continuous improvement in quality and productivity.
Our quality policy is monitored by the highest levels of management.
We hope you enjoy your new appliance and we THANK YOU again for believing in our product
as much as we do.
The staff and team at Prizer Stove Works !
PRO LINE HOOD
PYRAMID HOOD
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WELCOME!
...to the exciting world of BlueStar™ cooking! You have purchased one of the finest appliances available for
home use, which shows that you take cooking seriously. As the owner of a new BlueStar appliance you can look
forward to years of cooking enjoyment. You will prepare meals with the speed and accuracy of a professional chef
right in your own kitchen! All equipment is designed and manufactured to the highest quality standards in the industry specifically to meet the needs of the world’s most demanding chefs: you. From simmering to sautéing, baking and broiling these versatile appliances provide the flexibility you need in any cooking application. Commercial
styling adds a touch of elegance to your kitchen like no other appliance can. What’s more, this high quality, highperformance appliance is backed by our professional service network from coast to coast to provide you with
quick, competent technical service should the need arise. Please take a few moments now to fill in the information
below for your future reference. In the event you require parts or service, this information will be needed to ensure
DATE OF PURCHASE
DEALER’S NAME
DEALER’S ADDRESS
DATE OF INSTALLATION
INSTALLER’S NAME
INSTALLER’S ADDRESS
MODEL NUMBER
SERIAL NUMBER
NOTE: WARRANTY SERVICE MUST BE PERFORMED BY AN AUTHORIZED SERVICE AGENT. YOU
MAY REQUEST WARRANTY SERVICE BY CALLING 800-449-8691. YOU MAY ALSO REQUEST SERVICE VIA THE INTERNET BY SUBMITTING THE SERVICE REQUEST FORM AT
WWW.BLUESTARCOOKING.COM
In the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, gas connections must be
performed by a licensed plumber or licensed gas fitter.
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HANDLING
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REMOVE ALL WATCHES, BELT BUCKLES, JEWELRY, RINGS AND ANY CLOTHING WITH
METAL BUTTONS OR SNAPS TO PREVENT DAMAGE TO THE HOOD.
WHEN YOU BEGIN THE INSTALLATION PROCESS REMOVE THE HOOD FROM IT’S ORIGINAL CARTON AND PLACE THE HOOD ON A CLEAN, NON-ABRASIVE BLANKET.
INSPECT THE HOOD CAREFULLY FOR ANY DAMAGE OR IMPERFECTIONS BEFORE YOU
BEGIN TO INSTALL THE HOOD. IF ANY DAMAGE OR IMPERFECTIONS EXIST, RECARTON
THE HOOD AND CALL YOUR DEALER IMMEDIATELY, DO NOT INSTALL A DAMAGED
HOOD.
IT IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED THAT RUBBER GLOVES BE USED TO PREVENT
SCRATCHES ON THE HOOD AND TO PROVIDE YOU WITH A FIRM GRIP.
WHEN REMOVING THE HOOD FROM THE CARTON LOCATE THE FILTERS. THE FILTERS
ARE PACKED SEPARATELY.
DO NOT REMOVE HOOD FROM ORIGINAL CARTON UNTIL YOU ARE READY TO INSTALL
UNPACKING
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CHECK THE PACKAGE FOR DAMAGE. IF ANY DAMAGE IS VISIBLE YOU SHOULD MARK
THE BILL OF LADING YOU SIGN THAT THERE MAY BE CONCEALED DAMAGE.
INSURE THE CONTAINER IS UPRIGHT. IF THE CONTAINER IS NOT UPRIGHT MAJOR DAMAGE CAN OCCUR TO YOUR APPLIANCE. IF DAMAGE IS DISCOVERED, DO NOT REFUSE
DELIVERY. CONTACT THE DEALER AND FILE APPROPRIATE FREIGHT CLAIMS. SAVE
ALL PACKAGING MATERIAL. DO NOT CONTACT THE MANUFACTURER. YOUR APPLIANCE WAS SHIPPED FROM THE DEALER YOU PURCHASED IT FROM. SHIPPING DAMAGE
CLAIMS ARE TO BE RESOLVED BETWEEN THE CUSTOMER, SHIPPING CARRIER AND
DEALER. THE MANUFACTURER MAY ASSIST IN RESOLVING ANY SUCH CLAIMS, BUT
SUCH ASSISTANCE DOES NOT RELIEVE YOU OF YOUR RESPONSIBILITY.
MOVE THE CONTAINER AS CLOSE TO ITS INSTALLATION LOCATION AS POSSIBLE. THIS
WILL REDUCE MOVING AND HANDLING YOUR APPLIANCE ONCE IT IS OUT OF ITS SHIPPING CONTAINER
DO NOT DISCARD PACKAGING WITHOUT FIRST LOCATING THE FILTERS
INSPECT ALL MOLDED PACKAGING BEFORE DISCARDING
ANY DAMAGE MUST BE REPORTED BEFORE INSTALLING THE HOOD.
ONCE THE HOOD HAS BEEN INSTALLED, NO RETURN WILL BE ACCEPTED!
MAKE SURE BLOWERS ARE FREE FROM OBSTRUCTIONS (PACKING AND DEBRIS). TEST
RUN BLOWERS BEFORE FINALIZING INSTALLATION. CHECK WITH MANUFACTURER BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO USE OTHER THAN BLUESTAR BLOWER SYSTEMS. FOR TECHNICAL INFORMATION CONTACT BLUESTAR SERVICE (610.376.7479)
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PACKING LIST FOR PRO LINE HOOD SERIES
PL30240——24” depth
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No blower (Sold and Packaged Separately)
Two (2) Stainless Steel Baffle Filters
Two (2) Pre-Installed Lights
Lid for Electrical Box
Use and Care Manual with Wiring Diagram
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No blower (Sold and Packaged Separately)
Four (4) Stainless Steel Baffle Filters
Two (2) Pre-Installed Lights
Lid for Electrical Box
Use and Care Manual with Wiring Diagram
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No blower (Sold and Packaged Separately)
Six (6) Stainless Steel Baffle Filters
Three (3) Pre-Installed Lights
Lid for Electrical Box
Use and Care Manual with Wiring Diagram
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No blower (Sold and Packaged Separately)
Six (6) Stainless Steel Baffle Filters
Three (3) Pre-Installed Lights
Lid for Electrical Box
Use and Care Manual with Wiring Diagram
PL36240, PL42240—24” depth
PL48240 , PL54240, —- 24" Depth
PL60240, PL66240 — 24" Depth
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PACKING LIST FOR PYRAMID STYLE HOOD SERIES
PC30240—24” depth
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No blower (Sold and Packaged Separately)
Two (2) Stainless Steel Baffle Filters
Two (2) Pre-Installed Lights
Lid for Electrical Box
Use and Care Manual with Wiring Diagram
Duct cover sold packed in separate box (2 of 2)
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No blower (Sold and Packaged Separately)
Four (4) Stainless Steel Baffle Filters
Two (2) Pre-Installed Lights
Lid for Electrical Box
Use and Care Manual with Wiring Diagram
Duct cover sold packed in separate box (2 of 2)
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No blower (Sold and Packaged Separately)
Six (6) Stainless Steel Baffle Filters
Three (3) Pre-Installed Lights
Lid for Electrical Box
Use and Care Manual with Wiring Diagram
Duct cover sold packed in separate box (2 of 2)
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No blower (Sold and Packaged Separately)
Six (6) Stainless Steel Baffle Filters
Three (3) Pre-Installed Lights
Lid for Electrical Box
Use and Care Manual with Wiring Diagram
Duct cover sold packed in separate box (2 of 2)
PC36240, PC42240—24” depth
PC48240 , PC54240, —- 24" Depth
PC60240, PC66240 — 24" Depth
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DIMENSIONS OF THE PRO LINE SERIES HOOD
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INLET LOCATION FOR THE ELECTRICAL CONNECTION IS LOCATED NEAR THE REAR
CENTER OF HOOD 2.5” FROM HOOD BOTTOM.
ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS: 15 AMPS AT 120 VOLTS
LIGHT BULBS ARE PAR 16 - 60 WATT HALOGEN
BULBS ARE OPERATED BY A DIMMER SWITCH
BLOWER IS VARIABLE SPEED AND MUST BE PURCHASED SEPERATELY
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SITE PREPARATION FOR PRO LINE SERIES
IN SELECTING THE PROPER HEIGHT TO MOUNT THE HOOD, TAKE INTO CONSIDERATION
THE STATURE OF THE PERSON OR PERSONS WHO WILL BE COOKING. A HEIGHT OF 30",
MINIMUM HEIGHT OFF OF COOKING SURFACE, TO 36" MAXIMUM HEIGHT OFF OF THE
COOKING SURFACE, WILL SUIT MOST USERS. IF MOUNTED AT A HEIGHT GREATER THAN
36" ABOVE THE COOKING SURFACE, THE HOOD SHOULD BE AT LEAST 6" WIDER THAN
THE COOKING APPLIANCE TO PROVIDE A PROPER CAPTURE OF HEAT AND GREASE.
(REFER TO THE RANGE MANUFACTURER'S GUIDELINES). ONCE THE PROPER HEIGHT IS
ESTABLISHED, DRAW A LEVEL LINE WHERE THE BOTTOM OF THE HOOD WILL REST. IF
PRACTICAL, MOUNT A BOARD EQUAL TO THE WIDTH OF THE HOOD ALONG THE LINE SO
YOU MAY REST THE HOOD ON IT WHILE INSTALLING. MARK A CENTER LINE ON THE
WALL EQUAL TO THE ENTIRE HEIGHT OF THE HOOD TO ASSIST WITH THE PROPER DUCT
ALIGNMENT AND HOOD PLACEMENT. DETERMINE STUD LOCATION AND MARK IT
CLEARLY. BECAUSE OF THE WEIGHT OF THE HOOD MAKE SURE THAT THE MOUNTING
SCREWS ARE DRIVEN INTO THE STUD AND NOT JUST THE DRYWALL. IT MAY BE NECESSARY TO DRILL ADDITIONAL HOLES INTO THE CANOPY FOR PROPER ALIGNMENT. IF
ONLY ONE STUD CAN BE LOCATED, TOGGLE BOLTS OR ADDITIONAL FASTENING MUST
BE INSTALLED TO FIRMLY SECURE THE HOOD TO THE WALL. INSTALL A 115 VOLT 15
AMP ELECTRICAL LEAD IN THE HOLE MARKED ON THE ROUGH-IN DIAGRAM. (FIG. A)
EXAMPLE: LOCATION FOR A 36" HOOD IS 2.5” FROM THE BOTTOM, CENTERED ON THE
HOOD. VERIFY THAT THE DUCTING IS IN THE CORRECT LOCATION FOR YOUR APPLICATION.
FIGURE A
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THE CORRECT HEIGHT OF YOUR PRO LINE SERIES HOOD
THE BOTTOM OF THE HOOD SHOULD BE 30" MINIMUM TO 36" MAXIMUM ABOVE THE
COUNTERTOP. THIS WOULD TYPICALLY RESULT IN THE BOTTOM OF THE HOOD BEING 66"
TO 72" ABOVE THE FLOOR. THE BOTTOM OF THE HOOD SHOULD NEVER BE MORE THAN
72" ABOVE THE FLOOR OR MORE THAN 36" ABOVE THE COUNTERTOP. THESE DIMENSIONS
PROVIDE FOR SAFE AND EFFICIENT OPERATION OF THE HOOD. IF FOR SOME REASON THE
HOOD IS MOUNTED GREATER THAN 72” FROM THE FLOOR, IT MUST BE 6” WIDER THAN THE
RANGE.
ALL PL MODEL HOODS HAVE THE FLEXIBILITY TO EITHER DUCT FROM THE
TOP OR REAR. CHECK MANUAL FOR RECOMMENDED TRANSITIONS.
TOP DISCHARGE
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REAR DISCHARGE
PRO LINE DUCT INFORMATION
MODEL
BLOWER (cfm)
DUCT SIZE
TRANSITION
BS-PL3024
BS-IBPL600
6”
BS-PL3024
BS-IBPL1200
10”
BS-PL3624
BS-IBPL600
6”
BS-PL3624
BS-IBPL1200
10”
BS-PL4224
BS-IBPL600
6”
BS-PL4224
BS-IBPL1200
10”
TR6X15/10
BS-PL4824
BS-IBPL1200
10”
TR6X15/10
BS-PL5424
BS-IBPL1200
10”
TR6X15/10
BS-PL6024
BS-IBPL1200
10”
TR6X15/10
BS-PL6624
BS-IBPL1200
10”
TR6X15/10
TR6X15/10
TR6X15/10
BS-IBPL600 IS SIZED FOR A 6” DUCT. TRC8/6 TRANSITION IS AVAILABLE TO INCREASE THE DUCT
SIZE TO 8” FOR OPTIMAL PERFORMANCE
IMPORTANT PLANNING INFORMATION!
PROPER INSTALLATION OF DUCTING IS EXTREMELY IMPORTANT FOR OPTIMAL PERFORMANCE OF
YOUR BLUESTAR VENTILLATION SYSTEM.
 ALL CFM’S ARE BASED ON TESTS AT 0.1 STATIC PRESSURE; WITHOUT STATIC PRESSURE, ALL
CFM’S WOULD BE OVERSTATED.
 STRAIGHT RUNS OR GRADUAL TURNS ARE BEST
 NEVER USE FLEXIBLE DUCT WORK
 PROPER PERFORMANCE IS DEPENDENT ON PROPER DUCT INSTALLATION, USE A QUALIFIED
AND TRAINED INSTALLER
 CONSULT WITH LOCAL CODES FOR MAKE UP AIR REQUIREMENTS
 L-BRACKETS FOR THE INTERNAL BLOWER PACKAGES CAN BE MOUNTED FOR EITHER TOP OR
REAR DISHARGE
 BS-IBPL1200 BLOWERS REQUIRE AN ADDITIONAL PURCHASE OF A 10” TRANSITION
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INSTALLATION OF YOUR PRO LINE SERIES HOOD BLOWER
INSTALLATION OF BS-IBPL600 INTERNAL BLOWER KIT
REFER TO WIRING DIAGRAM
1. REMOVE SHIPPING BRACKET (SEE ITEM 1)FROM HOOD. DO NOT DISCARD SCREWS!
2. INSTALL BLOWER BRACKET WITH THE SCREWS REMOVED FROM THE SHIPPING
BRACKET.
3. LOCATE THE TERMINAL BLOCK INSIDE THE ELECTRICAL SUPPLY BOX.
4. CONNECT FAN # 1 WIRE TO TERMINAL BLOCK #4.
5. CONNECT FAN # 1 WIRE TO TERMINAL BLOCK #6.
6. CONNECT THE 115 VOLT WHITE SUPPLY WIRE TO TERMINAL BLOCK #2.
7. CONNECT THE 115 VOLT BLACK SUPPLY WIRE TO TERMINAL BLOCK #1.
INSTALLATION OF BS-IBPL1200 INTERNAL BLOWER KIT
REFER TO WIRING DIAGRAM
1. REMOVE SHIPPING BRACKET FROM HOOD. DO NOT DISCARD SCREWS!
FOR FAN #1
1. INSTALL BLOWER BRACKET WITH THE SCREWS REMOVED FROM THE SHIPPING
BRACKET.
2. LOCATE THE TERMINAL BLOCK INSIDE THE ELECTRICAL SUPPLY BOX.
3. CONNECT FAN # 1 WIRE TO TERMINAL BLOCK #4.
4. CONNECT FAN # 1 WIRE TO TERMINAL BLOCK #6.
5. CONNECT THE 115 VOLT WHITE SUPPLY WIRE TO TERMINAL BLOCK #2.
6. CONNECT THE 115 VOLT BLACK SUPPLY WIRE TO TERMINAL BLOCK #1.
FOR FAN #2
CONNECT FAN #2 WIRE TO TERMINAL BLOCK #3.
1. CONNECT FAN #2 WIRE TO TERMINAL BLOCK #5.
Item 1: shipping bracket should be used with remote blower, as the attachment for the flue. Once
removed attach blower as described above.
Shipping bracket
Blower motor bracket
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INSTALLATION GUIDE FOR PRO LINE DUCT COVER
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REMOVE POP RIVETS FROM PRO HOOD THAT CORRESPOND WITH THE SMALL HOLES ON
THE DUCT COVER.
INSTALL HOOD TO CORRECT HEIGHT (BE CAREFUL TO LEAVE 12” FOR DUCT COVER)
SLIDE DUCT COVER OVER TOP OF HOOD
MAKE SURE SMALL HOLES IN DUCT COVER FLANGE LINE UP WITH HOLES IN HOOD WHERE
RIVETS WERE REMOVED
FROM INSIDE HOOD, ATTACH DUCT COVER TO HOOD USING SHEETMETAL SCREWS
OPTIONAL ATTACHMENT
HOLES
SMALL HOLES USED
FOR FASTENING
LARGE HOLE FITS OVER
EXISTING RIVET IN HOOD
REMOVE RIVETS THAT
LINE UP WITH SMALL
HOLES IN DUCT COVER
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DIMENSIONS OF THE PYRAMID STYLE SERIES HOOD
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SITE PREPARATION FOR PYRAMID STYLE SERIES
IN SELECTING THE PROPER HEIGHT TO MOUNT THE HOOD, TAKE INTO CONSIDERATION
THE STATURE OF THE PERSON OR PERSONS WHO WILL BE COOKING. A HEIGHT OF 30",
MINIMUM HEIGHT OFF OF COOKING SURFACE, TO 36" MAXIMUM HEIGHT OFF OF THE
COOKING SURFACE, WILL SUIT MOST USERS. IF MOUNTED AT A HEIGHT GREATER THAN
36" ABOVE THE COOKING SURFACE, THE HOOD SHOULD BE AT LEAST 6" WIDER THAN
THE COOKING APPLIANCE TO PROVIDE A PROPER CAPTURE OF HEAT AND GREASE.
(REFER TO THE RANGE MANUFACTURER'S GUIDELINES). ONCE THE PROPER HEIGHT IS
ESTABLISHED, DRAW A LEVEL LINE WHERE THE BOTTOM OF THE HOOD WILL REST. IF
PRACTICAL, MOUNT A BOARD EQUAL TO THE WIDTH OF THE HOOD ALONG THE LINE SO
YOU MAY REST THE HOOD ON IT WHILE INSTALLING. MARK A CENTER LINE ON THE
WALL EQUAL TO THE ENTIRE HEIGHT OF THE HOOD TO ASSIST WITH THE PROPER DUCT
ALIGNMENT AND HOOD PLACEMENT. DETERMINE STUD LOCATION AND MARK IT
CLEARLY. BECAUSE OF THE WEIGHT OF THE HOOD MAKE SURE THAT THE MOUNTING
SCREWS ARE DRIVEN INTO THE STUD AND NOT JUST THE DRYWALL. IT MAY BE NECESSARY TO DRILL ADDITIONAL HOLES INTO THE CANOPY FOR PROPER ALIGNMENT. IF
ONLY ONE STUD CAN BE LOCATED, TOGGLE BOLTS OR ADDITIONAL FASTENING MUST
BE INSTALLED TO FIRMLY SECURE THE HOOD TO THE WALL. INSTALL A 115 VOLT 15
AMP ELECTRICAL LEAD IN THE HOLE MARKED ON THE ROUGH-IN DIAGRAM. (FIG. A)
EXAMPLE: LOCATION FOR A 36" HOOD IS 2.5" FROM THE BOTTOM, 18" FROM THE CENTERLINE. VERIFY THAT THE DUCTING IS IN THE CORRECT LOCATION FOR YOUR APPLICATION.
FIGURE A
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THE CORRECT HEIGHT OF YOUR PYRAMID STYLE HOOD
THE BOTTOM OF THE HOOD SHOULD BE 30" MINIMUM TO 36" MAXIMUM ABOVE THE
COUNTERTOP. THIS WOULD TYPICALLY RESULT IN THE BOTTOM OF THE HOOD BEING 66"
TO 72" ABOVE THE FLOOR. THE BOTTOM OF THE HOOD SHOULD NEVER BE MORE THAN
72" ABOVE THE FLOOR OR MORE THAN 36" ABOVE THE COUNTERTOP. THESE DIMENSIONS
PROVIDE FOR SAFE AND EFFICIENT OPERATION OF THE HOOD. IF FOR SOME REASON THE
HOOD IS MOUNTED GREATER THAN 72” FROM THE FLOOR, IT MUST BE 6” WIDER THAN THE
RANGE.
ALL PC MODELS TOP DUCT ONLY. (NOTE: THE PC HOOD CAN BE DUCTED TO
THE REAR WITH THE USE OF A 90 DGREE ELBOW (NOT INCLUDED). CHECK
MANUAL FOR RECOMMENDED TRANSITIONS
REAR DISCHARGE
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TOP DISCHARGE
PYRAMID STYLE DUCT INFORMATION
MODEL
BLOWER (cfm)
DUCT SIZE
TRANSITION
BS-PC3024
BS-IBPC600
6”
BS-PC3624
BS-IBPC600
6”
BS-PC3624
BS-IBPC1200
10”
BS-PC4224
BS-IBPC600
6”
BS-PC4224
BS-IBPC1200
10”
TR6X15/10
BS-PC4824
BS-IBPC1200
10”
TR6X15/10
BS-PC5424
BS-IBPC1200
10”
TR6X15/10
BS-PC6024
BS-IBPC1200
10”
TR6X15/10
BS-PC6624
BS-IBPC1200
10”
TR6X15/10
TR6X15/10
BS-IBPC600 IS SIZED FOR A 6” DUCT. TRC8/6 TRANSITION IS AVAILABLE TO INCREASE THE DUCT
SIZE TO 8” FOR OPTIMAL PERFORMANCE
IMPORTANT PLANNING INFORMATION
PROPER INSTALLATION OF DUCTING IS EXTREMELY IMPORTANT FOR OPTIMAL PERFORMANCE OF
YOUR BLUESTAR VENTILLATION SYSTEM.
 ALL CFM’S ARE BASED ON TESTS AT 0.1 STATIC PRESSURE; WITHOUT STATICE PRESSURE, ALL
CFM’S WOULD BE OVERSATED.
 STRAIGHT RUNS OR GRADUAL TURNS ARE BEST
 NEVER USE FLEXIBLE DUCT WORK
 PROPER PERFORMANCE IS DEPENDENT ON PROPER DUCT INSTALLATION, USE A QUALIFIED
AND TRAINED INSTALLER
 CONSULT WITH LOCAL CODES FOR MAKE UP AIR REQUIREMENTS
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INSTALLATION OF YOUR PYRAMID STYLE HOOD BLOWER
INSTALLATION OF BS-IBPC600 INTERNAL BLOWER KIT
REFER TO WIRING DIAGRAM
1. REMOVE SHIPPING BRACKET(SEE ITEM 1) FROM HOOD. DO NOT DISCARD SCREWS!
2. INSTALL BLOWER BRACKET WITH THE SCREWS REMOVED FROM THE SHIPPING
BRACKET.
3. LOCATE THE TERMINAL BLOCK INSIDE THE ELECTRICAL SUPPLY BOX.
4. CONNECT FAN # 1 WIRE TO TERMINAL BLOCK #4.
5. CONNECT FAN # 1 WIRE TO TERMINAL BLOCK #6.
6. CONNECT THE 115 VOLT WHITE SUPPLY WIRE TO TERMINAL BLOCK #2.
7. CONNECT THE 115 VOLT BLACK SUPPLY WIRE TO TERMINAL BLOCK #1.
INSTALLATION OF IBS-IBPC1200 INTERNAL BLOWER KIT
REFER TO WIRING DIAGRAM
1. REMOVE SHIPPING BRACKET FROM HOOD. DO NOT DISCARD SCREWS!
2. 36” HOOD W/ 1200 CFM, THE STIFFENER MUST ALSO BE REMOVED.
FOR FAN #1
1. INSTALL BLOWER BRACKET WITH THE SCREWS REMOVED FROM THE SHIPPING
BRACKET.
2. LOCATE THE TERMINAL BLOCK INSIDE THE ELECTRICAL SUPPLY BOX.
3. CONNECT FAN # 1 WIRE TO TERMINAL BLOCK #4.
4. CONNECT FAN # 1 WIRE TO TERMINAL BLOCK #6.
5. CONNECT THE 115 VOLT WHITE SUPPLY WIRE TO TERMINAL BLOCK #2.
6. CONNECT THE 115 VOLT BLACK SUPPLY WIRE TO TERMINAL BLOCK #1.
FOR FAN #2
1. CONNECT FAN #2 WIRE TO TERMINAL BLOCK #3.
2. CONNECT FAN #2 WIRE TO TERMINAL BLOCK #5.
Item 1: shipping bracket should be used with remote blower, as the attachment for the flue. Once
removed attach blower as described above.
, Stiffener, Shipping bracket
Blower motor bracket
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INSTALLATION GUIDE FOR FLUE (PYRAMID STYLE HOOD)
1. MEASURE FROM TOP OF THE CANOPY TO CEILING AND SUBTRACT 1/8" FOR CLEARANCE.
2. PLACE THE DUCT COVER TOP INSIDE THE DUCT COVER BASE AND LOWER UNTIL DESIRED HEIGHT IS FOUND. (TO ELIMINATE SCRATCHES, MAKE A MARK ON THE DUCT
COVER TOP FOR THE DESIRED LOWERING POINT BY SUBTRACTING 15" FROM THE TOTAL HEIGHT NEEDED.)
3. USE THE RETAINING SCREWS TO FASTEN IN PLACE.
4. SLIDE THE DUCT COVER IN PLACE AND FASTEN FROM INSIDE CANOPY USING SHEET
METAL SCREWS.
NOTE: FOR INSTALLATIONS WITH CEILINGS ABOVE 9', USE OPTIONAL CUSTOM FLUES. SEE
PRODUCT LITERATURE FOR DETAILS.
MODEL
“A” DIM
“B” MAXIMUM
“C” DIM
BS-PC3024
15”
27”
12”
BS-PC3624
15”
27”
12”
BS-PC4224
15”
27”
15”
BS-PC4824
15”
27”
18”
BS-PC5424
15”
27”
24”
BS-PC6024
15”
27”
24”
BS-PC6024
15”
27”
24”
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WIRE DIAGRAM FOR BLUESTAR PL AND PC HOODS
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CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
YOUR HOOD MUST BE KEPT CLEAN AND MAINTAINED PROPERLY!!
BAFFLE FILTERS
 BAFFLE FILTERS SHOULD BE EXAMINED PERIODICALLY TO ASSURE THAT ALL SURFACES AND PARTS ARE CLEAN
 THE FILTERS ARE DISHWASHER SAFE OR IN A SINK WITH HOT, SOAPY WATER
 EASY PERIODIC CLEANING WILL ASSURE OPTIMUM FILTER PERFORMANCE
 DO NOT USE CAUSTIC DETERGENT TO CLEAN THE FILTERS. ABRASIVE CLEANERS MAY
HARM OR DAMAGE THE FINISH
 DO NOT DISASSEMBLE THE BAFFLE FILTER. DISASSEMBLY WILL VOID THE WARRANTY.
CANOPY
DO NOT USE ABRASIVE CLEANERS, STEEL WOOL PADS, ABRASIVE CLOTHS OR CLEANERS WITH CHLORIDES
 DO NOT ALLOW GREASE TO ACCUMULATE, FOR BEST RESULTS WIPE THE CANOPY
DOWN WITH A SOFT CLOTH AND HOT, SOAPY WATER
THE CLEANING OF THE OUTSIDE OF THE HOOD DEPENDS ON THE MATERIAL USED AS A
DECORATIVE EXTERIOR. FOR STAINLESS STEEL AND POWDER COATED METALS, CLEAN
WITH SOAP AND WATER ONLY. DO NOT USE ABRASIVE OR AGGRESSIVE CHEMICALS!

REPLACING THE LIGHT BULBS
UNSCREW HALOGEN LIGHT BULB
REPLACE HALOGEN WITH 60 WATT, 115 VOLT HALOGEN, PAR 16 LIGHT BULB


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WARRANTY
WHAT IS COVERED?
Prizer-Painter provides the following limited warranties to the original retail purchasers of Products sold
and installed in the continental United States and Canada on or after February 22, 2002:
Initial Seven (7) Day Limited Warranty. Prizer-Painter warrants that all cosmetic components of its
products will, under normal use and service, be free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of seven (7) calendar days from the date of delivery (the "Warranty Period") to the original retail purchaser. For purposes of this Limited Warranty, cosmetic components include top grates, ring grates, plate
rail, kick panel, body sides, glass, control panel, door panel, back guards, oven seals, light bulbs, and
enameled parts. All warranty claims for cosmetic items must be reported immediately within seven calendar days of delivery or such claims will not be honored. Please refer to your installation checklist to activate your limited warranty.
One (1) Year Limited Warranty. Prizer-Painter warrants that all functional components (except cast
iron burner tops) of its products will, under normal use and service, be free from defects in materials and
workmanship for a period of one (1) year from the date of delivery (the "Warranty Period") to the original
retail purchaser. For purposes of this Limited Warranty, functional components include all components of
the product other than the cosmetic components covered by the initial seven day limited warranty and the
cast iron burner tops covered by the 10 year limited warranty. Floor models are not covered under the One
(1) Year Limited Warranty but are covered by a Ninety (90) Day Labor and a one (1) Year Limited Parts
Warranty with proof of date of install and a completed Installation Checklist. Demonstration units are not
covered under the one (1) Year Limited Warranty. Please refer to your installation checklist to activate
your limited warranty. Failure to send a complete and accurate copy of the installation checklist
within 15 days of installation will invalidate your limited warranty.
Ten (10) Year Limited Warranty. Prizer-Painter warrants that all functional components of its cast iron
burner tops will, under normal use and service, be free from defects in materials and workmanship for a
period of ten (10) years from the date of delivery (the "Warranty Period") to the original retail purchaser.
Please refer to your installation checklist to activate your limited warranty. Failure to send a complete
and accurate copy of the installation checklist within 15 days of installation will invalidate your limited warranty.
If any Product fails to comply with the foregoing Limited Warranties during the applicable Warranty Period, Prizer-Painter will, at its option, either (i) pay the reasonable labor and material costs to have the
Product repaired by a factory authorized service agent; (ii) replace the Product or defective component of
the Product; or (iii) if in Prizer-Painter's sole judgment circumstances are such as to preclude the remedying of any breach of warranty by repair or replacement, then Prizer-Painter will refund the purchase price
paid by the original purchaser. All repairs or replacement service must be performed by a factory authorized service agent. Additionally, all Products must be accessible for service in the home and must be accessible via public highways within 100 miles roundtrip of a factory authorized service agent. The purchaser will be responsible for the cost of additional mileage, non-standard service and special equipment to
remove the Product for service so that there is accessibility on all sides of the Product.
The repair or replacement of the Product or the return of the purchase price will be the purchaser's sole and
exclusive remedy for any breach of this Limited Warranty or any other claim with respect to the Product,
including those claims based on contract, warranty, or tort. In no event will Prizer-Painter's liability for
any defective Product exceed the purchase price thereof. This exclusive remedy will not be deemed to
have failed of its essential purpose so long as Prizer-Painter is willing and able to repair and/or replace defective Products in the manner prescribed herein or to provide a refund if, in Prizer-Painter's sole judgment,
repair or replacement is not feasible or appropriate under the circumstances.
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WARRANTY
WHAT IS NOT COVERED?
This Limited Warranty is the sole and exclusive warranty provided for the Product and extends only to
original retail purchasers in the continental United States and Canada. This Limited Warranty is not transferable to any subsequent purchasers or users. If any implied warranties arise under any applicable law
(including, but not limited to, implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for particular purpose),
then the duration of those implied warranties will last only as long as the express warranties stated above.
Prizer-Painter will not under any circumstances be liable for any special, indirect, incidental or consequential damages of any kind, including but not limited to loss of business or profits, loss of use, or
installation or removal costs. Nor will Prizer-Painter be responsible for any shipping costs related to the
repair or replacement of any Product under this Limited Warranty. Some States do not allow the exclusion
or limitation of incidental or consequential damages or limitations on how long implied warranties last, so
the above limitations may not apply to you.
This Limited Warranty does not apply to commercial usage or to any Products installed in any nonresidential settings such as day cares, bed and breakfasts, hotels, nursing homes, churches, etc. This Limited Warranty also does not cover, and specifically excludes, chipping porcelain, calibrations and normal
adjustments after installation and setup, burner adjustments, normal care and maintenance, cleaning of
parts, shipping damage, discoloration of the griddle, rust, gasket materials, ceramic materials, and fuses.
Additionally, there is no warranty coverage for any Products that fail or have been damaged due to alterations or modifications; abuse; misuse; neglect; improper installation, instruction, handling, operation,
maintenance or storage; accidental or intentional damage; normal wear and tear; unauthorized service or
repairs, including unauthorized adjustments or calibrations performed on the Product; damage from natural
disasters, fires, floods, earthquakes or other acts of God; loss of electrical power to the Product for any reason; alteration for outdoor use; damage due to the use of harsh chemicals (e.g., cleaning products improperly applied); or any other circumstances beyond Prizer-Painter's control. This Limited Warranty is also
invalid if the original factory installed serial number has been altered or removed from the Product.
The Purchaser is responsible for proper installation and normal care and maintenance of the Product. This
warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from State to State.
OBTAINING WARRANTY SERVICE
All warranty claims must be reported to Prizer-Painter Stove Works, Inc., 600 Arlington St., Reading,
Pennsylvania 19611 prior to the expiration of the applicable Warranty Period. If a warranty claim relates
to cosmetic parts, any such claim must be reported to Prizer-Painter within seven (7) calendar days after
the Product has been delivered. The purchaser must call the factory at the toll free 1-800-449-8691 to report a warranty claim or to obtain information about warranty service. If any warranty claim is not submitted as required by this Limited Warranty, any such claim will be invalid and will not be honored. At the
time the warranty claim is made, the purchaser must provide the model number of the Product, the serial
number of the Product, proof of delivery, a description of the claimed defect, and proof of purchase of the
Product, including the original retail receipt or invoice to establish the Warranty Period. Prizer-Painter
must also be given an opportunity to inspect any defective Product.
All warranty repairs must be performed by a factory authorized service agent. Service will be provided
during normal business hours. The purchaser will be responsible for any labor performed at overtime or
premium rates. The purchaser is also responsible for making the Product accessible for service.
P/N 750306Page 25
PERFORMANCE CHECKLIST
This checklist has been developed to assure proper installation of your appliance
To validate your warranty you must mail or fax this form and a copy of your receipt to:
Warranty Department, Prizer-Painter, 600 Arlington Street, Reading, PA 19611, Fax (610) 376-2596
Customer Information (Please Print)
Product Information (Please Print)
Name:________________________________________ Model No: ________________________________
Address: ______________________________________ Serial No: _________________________________
City: _________________________________________ Purchase Date: _____________________________
State, Zip Code: ________________________________ Installation Date: ___________________________
e-mail: _______________________________________ Installer’s Name: ___________________________
Telephone: ____________________________________ Company: _________________________________
CHECK ALL THAT APPLY
Dealer: _______________________________________ Telephone: ________________________________
Unpacking
Packaging Condition
Baffles Included
Flue (optional on some units)
Owner Manual Included
User Manual Included
❒
❒
❒
❒
❒
Appearance and Aesthetics
Exterior clean and scratch free
Interior clean
❒ YES
❒ YES
Installation
Read User Manual
Product was installed Level
Properly Hung
Clearances (min. 30” above counter)
❒
❒
❒
❒
Controls and lights
Switches work
Lights work
❒ YES
❒ YES
❒ NO
❒ NO
Electrical Connection
Correct Voltage
Grounded Electric
Polarity correct
❒ YES
❒ YES
❒ YES
❒ NO
❒ NO
❒ NO
GOOD
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
❒
❒
❒
❒
❒
BAD
NO
NO
NO
NO
❒ NO
❒ NO
❒
❒
❒
❒
NO
NO
NO
NO
CUSTOMER COPY
P/N 750306 Page 26
PERFORMANCE CHECKLIST
This checklist has been developed to assure proper installation of your appliance
To validate your warranty you must mail or fax this form and a copy of your receipt to:
Warranty Department, Prizer-Painter, 600 Arlington Street, Reading, PA 19611, Fax (610) 376-2596
Customer Information (Please Print)
Product Information (Please Print)
Name:________________________________________ Model No: ________________________________
Address: ______________________________________ Serial No: _________________________________
City: _________________________________________ Purchase Date: _____________________________
State, Zip Code: ________________________________ Installation Date: ___________________________
e-mail: _______________________________________ Installer’s Name: ___________________________
Telephone: ____________________________________ Company: _________________________________
Dealer: _______________________________________ Telephone: ________________________________
CHECK ALL THAT APPLY
Unpacking
Packaging Condition
Baffles Included
Flue (optional on some units)
Owner Manual Included
User Manual Included
❒
❒
❒
❒
❒
Appearance and Aesthetics
Exterior clean and scratch free
Interior clean
❒ YES
❒ YES
Installation
Read User Manual
Product was installed Level
Properly Hung
Clearances (min. 30” above counter)
❒
❒
❒
❒
Controls and lights
Switches work
Lights work
❒ YES
❒ YES
❒ NO
❒ NO
Electrical Connection
Correct Voltage
Grounded Electric
Polarity correct
❒ YES
❒ YES
❒ YES
❒ NO
❒ NO
❒ NO
GOOD
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
❒
❒
❒
❒
❒
BAD
NO
NO
NO
NO
❒ NO
❒ NO
❒
❒
❒
❒
NO
NO
NO
NO
MAIL-IN COPY
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