Stelpro ASORB2002WCW Orleans 12-11/16 in. x 15-11/16 in. 2000-Watt 240-Volt Bathroom Fan Heater in white Full Product Manual

Stelpro ASORB2002WCW Orleans 12-11/16 in. x 15-11/16 in. 2000-Watt 240-Volt Bathroom Fan Heater in white Full Product Manual
USER’S GUIDE
SORB SERIES
HIGH-END FAN HEATER
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REPLACEMENT COMPONENT LIST INCLUDED
INSSORB1017
WARNING
IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS
Before installing and using this product, you must read and understand these instructions and keep them for future reference. If the installer and the user do not follow
these instructions, the manufacturer cannot be held liable in any way and the warranty will be null and void.
This product must be installed by a qualified person and connected by a certified electrician, according to the electrical and building codes effective
in your region.
For indoor installation only.
The following instructions must be adhered to in order to avoid personal injuries or property damages, serious injuries and potentially fatal electric shocks.
Protect the heating unit with the appropriate circuit breaker or fuse, in accordance with the nameplate.
Make sure the line voltage (volts) is consistent with that indicated on the unit’s nameplate.
This unit must be grounded.
Switch off the power at the circuit breaker or fuse before installing, repairing and cleaning the unit.
Make sure the unit is appropriate for the intended use (if needed, refer to the product catalog or a representative).
RECOMMENDED HEATING CAPACITY: 1,25 W per cubic foot (0.03 m³).
This corresponds to 10 W per square foot (0.09 m²) based on a standard ceiling height of 8 feet (2.44 m). The recommended capacity is usually sufficient
for normal heating needs. Please note that the insulation quality of walls and windows are some of the factors that influence heat losses, which modify the required
capacity to heat a room. If needed, speak with a specialist (industrial and commercial buildings) who will be able to calculate these heat losses and optimize the
required capacity or consult the “Calculation Tools/Heating Calculator” section of the °STELPRO Design website.
If the unit capacity is insufficient for the size of the room, it will be in operation continuously, and may become defective earlier and turn yellow.
Do not install the unit where objects or pieces of furniture could be heat damaged.
Respect distances and positions indicated in the installation section of this guide.
If the installer or the user modifies the unit, they will be held responsible for any damage resulting from this modification, and the CSA certification could be void.
This unit must not come into contact with a water source and must be protected from splashes (e.g., splashes from a sink or shower). Do not use it if any part has
been immersed. Moreover, do not turn it on or off when standing in water or if your hands are wet.
When starting up the unit for the first time or after a long period, it is normal that it produces some temporary odours.
Because this unit is hot when in use, it may pose risks even in normal operation. Therefore, be careful and responsible when using it. To avoid burns, do not
let bare skin touch hot surfaces. The unit must cool down for few minutes since it will stay warm for some time after shut down.
DANGER – high temperatures may be generated under certain abnormal conditions. Do not partially or fully cover or obstruct
the front of this heater.
This unit must be installed at least 6 inches (15 cm) from any adjacent surfaces and at least 6 inches (15 cm) from the floor. Make sure objects or pieces
of furniture such as, but not limited to, blankets, towels, beds, laundry baskets, clothing, papers, etc. do not come into contact with the unit, and keep them at least
12 inches (30.5 cm) from the unit. Some materials are more heat-sensitive than others, so make sure those near the unit can withstand heat. Some materials
are more heat-sensitive than others, so make sure those near the unit can withstand heat.
Do not install on a wall behind a door.
Never block unit air vents. This obstruction could lead to overheating, which could result in a fire.
WARNING! NEVER POSITION TOWELS OR ANY OTHER TEXTILE FABRICS IN SUCH A WAY THAT THEY PARTIALLY OR
COMPLETELY OBSTRUCT THE PRODUCT. SUCH AN OBSTRUCTION WILL CAUSE THE UNIT TO OVERHEAT, WHICH MAY DAMAGE
THE UNIT OR CAUSE A FIRE.
Do not insert or allow foreign objects to enter any air vent as this may cause electric shocks, fires or damages to the unit.
This unit has hot and arcing or sparking parts inside. It is not designed to be used or stored in wet areas or areas containing flammable liquids, combustible materials
or corrosive, abrasive, chemical, explosive and flammable substances such as, but not limited to, paint, gasoline, chlorine, sawdust and cleaning products.
Some areas are dustier than others. Thus, it is the user’s responsibility to evaluate if the unit must be cleaned based on the amount of dirt accumulated on and inside
air vents. Accumulated dirt can lead to a component malfunction or give a yellowish colour to the unit. Failure to install and maintain the unit in accordance with these
instructions poses a fire hasard.
Thermal protection activation indicates that the unit has been subjected to abnormal operating conditions. If the thermal protection remains activated it is recommended
that a qualified electrician or a certified repair centre examine the unit in order to make sure it is not damaged. (Refer to the limited warranty.)
If the unit is damaged or defective, discontinue use, cut off power supply at circuit breaker or fuse and have it repaired at a certified repair centre. (Refer to the limited
warranty.)
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
NOTE: When a part of the product specification must be changed to improve operability or other functions, priority is given to the product specification itself. In such
instances, the instruction manual may not entirely match all the functions of the actual product. Therefore, the actual product and packaging, as well as the name
and illustration, may differ from the manual.
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INSTALLATION
Cut off power supply at circuit breaker or fuse before proceeding to the installation. Use the appropriate screw sets (minimum head
diameter 1/4 in (6.5 mm)) and anchors according to the wall type and the weight of the product (10 lbs). When drilling into the wall,
make sure not to damage the electrical wiring and other hidden utilities.
N.B. This product must be connected by a certified electrician, according to the electrical and building codes effective in your region.
This unit is designed for permanent installation and can be installed two ways.
WARNING – High temperatures may be generated under certain abnormal conditions. Do not partially or fully cover or obstruct the
front of this heater.
10 1/2"
267 mm
RECESSED
INSTALLATION
SURFACE
INSTALLATION
RECESSED
INSTALLATION
14 1/8"
359 mm
WARNING!
NEVER POSITION TOWELS OR ANY
OTHER TEXTILE FABRICS IN SUCH A WAY
THAT THEY PARTIALLY OR COMPLETELY
OBSTRUCT THE PRODUCT. SUCH AN
OBSTRUCTION WILL CAUSE THE UNIT
TO OVERHEAT.
RECESSED DEVICE INSTALLATION
SURFACE INSTALLATION
RECOMMENDED HEIGHT: 10 in (254 mm) off the ground
(certified at minimum 6 in)
RECOMMENDED HEIGHT: 10 in (254 mm) off the ground
(certified at minimum 6 in)
1. Make an opening in the wall which is 14 1⁄8 in (359 mm) high by
10 1⁄2 in (267 mm) wide.
1. Remove the screw located underneath the unit and take off the
front cover by pulling it gently upwards.
2. Remove the screw located underneath the unit and take off the
front cover by pulling it gently upwards.
2. Remove the electrical wiring compartment cover (1 screw).
3. Punch out one of the knock outs and insert cables.
3. Remove the electrical wiring compartment cover (1 screw).
4. Secure the unit using the four (4) holes located on the back of the unit.
4. Punch out one of the knock outs and insert the power cable.
5. Make the appropriate electrical connections (see electrical wiring
diagram).
5. Insert the unit into the wall opening and secure it in place by screwing
at least two (2) of the three (3) mounting holes on the outer edging of
the unit (min 4 points)
6. Put the electrical wiring compartment cover back on and screw the
unit in place using the previously removed screw.
6. Make the appropriate electrical connections (see wiring diagram).
7. If this unit will be controlled by a wall-mounted thermostat (without
an integrated thermostat), use the switch above the motor to select
the desired power (1000 W or 2000 W model only).
7. Put the electrical wiring compartment cover back on and screw the
unit in place using the previously removed screw.
8. If this unit will be controlled by a wall-mounted thermostat (without
an integrated thermostat), use the switch above the motor to select
the desired power (1000 W or 2000 W model only).
8. Put the front cover back on and tighten the screw underneath the unit.
9. Put the front cover back on and tighten the screw underneath the unit.
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OPERATION
WITH A WALL-MOUNTED THERMOSTAT
Choose a thermostat equipped with a TRIAC, which makes it possible to maintain a precise temperature, thus increasing your level of comfort.
WITH A BUILT-IN ELECTRONIC THERMOSTAT FOR SMART HOMES
DISPLAYED ITEM LISTING
2
1 Zigbee connectivity status (
2 The
3
1
4
6
10
7
).
8
9
5
11
8 Ambient room temperature (or the temperature setpoint, if the display
is flashing). In BOOST mode, the BOOST mode time remaining.
icon if the unit is overheating.
9 Display backlighting menu indicator.
3 Displays the remaining time of the BOOST mode.
10 Heating power, by heating segments:
4 Displayed in advanced menus navigation.
•
•
•
•
•
•
5 Buttons used to raise or lower the temperature setpoint.
Also used to navigate in the advanced menus.
, (if applicable, see LOCKING THE
CONTROLS for more details).
6 The control lock icon
7 The
icon is a low setpoint indicator (7°C or lower). If the
icon is flashing, an open window has been detected and the
setpoint will be set to 7°C.
0 segments: 0 %
1 segments: 1-20 %
2 segments: 21-40 %
3 segments: 41-60 %
4 segments: 61-80 %
5 segments: 81-100 %
11 BOOST button.
ADJUSTING THE TEMPERATURE SETPOINT
SELECTING THE OPERATION MODE
-- Press one of the two buttons to access the temperature setpoint
mode. The temperature setpoint digits will flash.
The unit has two (2) operation modes:
• NORMAL OPERATION MODE
) or DOWN
-- The temperature setpoint is set by using the UP (
(
) buttons to raise or lower the setpoint respectively by increments of 0.5 °C (1 °F) each time the buttons are pressed. Holding
down either button will allow you to scroll more quickly to the desired
temperature setpoint.
• BOOST MODE
-- In normal operation mode, the thermostat follows the setpoint and
uses the fan at low speed.
-- In BOOST mode, the setpoint increases to the BOOST mode setpoint (26°C by default). When BOOST mode is activated, the fan
works faster and more powerfully to raise room temperature quickly.
Once the BOOST setpoint is reached, the fan and the power are
reduced to maintain the temperature at the Boost setpoint.
-- Once the desired setpoint has been selected, release the button.
The display will stop flashing after three (3) seconds and will then
display the ambient temperature in the room.
-- In order to sensitize the user about energy consumption, the color
of the contour around the buttons will change according to the setpoint selected; green being a lower setpoint and red being a higher
setpoint.
-- To activate BOOST mode, press the BOOST button. You can then
select the BOOST mode duration: 10, 20, 30 or 60 minutes.
-- Once the selection is registered (after 3 seconds), BOOST mode
will continue for the determined time or until the BOOST button is
pressed again.
-- If the difference between the setpoint and the ambient temperature
is greater than 4°C (7°F), the unit will switch to maximum power
mode to reach the setpoint faster.
-- The BOOST button will light up red when BOOST mode is activated.
NOTE: If a setpoint change is sent by the smart home controller,
the display will flash this setpoint on the thermostat for 3 seconds
and then return to normal.
-- Once the BOOST mode period is over, the unit will keep the fan on
to evacuate the residual heat for a maximum of 10 minutes. During
this period, the temperature setpoint is displayed and flashes.
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BUTTON FONCTIONS
BUTTONS
MAIN SCREEN
ADVANCED MENUS
UP BUTTON OR DOWN BUTTON
Set the temperature setpoint*
Browse and edit settings
BOOST BUTTON
Activate/deactivate BOOST mode
Select and confirm BOOST setting
(in the BOOST menu)
UP AND DOWN BUTTONS SIMULTANEOUSLY FOR 3 SECONDS
Access advanced menus
Exit advanced menus
BOOST BUTTON FOR 3 SECONDS
Access BOOST menu
Exit BOOST menu
UP AND DOWN BUTTONS SIMULTANEOUSLY
FOR LESS THAN 3 SECONDS
---
Selection in Advanced Menus
*If the UP or DOWN button is pressed during BOOST mode, the BOOST temperature setpoint will flash for 3 seconds but cannot be changed.
ZIGBEE CONNECTIVITY
2. BTN: LCD backlighting is off. The button contours remain colored.
This convector is compatible with the Zigbee smart home protocol.
Once connected, it can be controlled remotely by means of the
application included with the user’s Zigbee controller.
Follow these steps to configure LCD backlighting and button behavior:
3. OFF: LCD backlighting is off. The button contours are colored light gray
-- Access the advanced menus.
FOLLOW THESE STEPS TO CONNECT YOUR UNIT TO A ZIGBEE
NETWORK:
-- Select menu 3 (
-- Select ALL, BTN or OFF.
-- Make sure that the Zigbee controller is in ASSOCIATION mode.
NOTE: The display backlighting and the button contours will be at
100% intensity if a problem is detected with the Zigbee communication,
a window is open or the unit detects overheating.
-- Access the advanced menus.
-- Select menu 1 (
).
-- If ON is selected, the convector will find the channel assigned to
the Zigbee network. You can also manually specify the channel that
your Zigbee controller is currently using. The Zigbee connection
process will be faster if the Zigbee channel is manually specified.
LOCKING THE CONTROLS
This mode allows you to lock the controls in order to prevent unwanted
changes to the setpoint and/or operation modes.
-- During the association, your selection will flash rapidly and the con) will be animated.
nectivity icon (
While the
possible.
-- Once the association with the Zigbee network has been established,
the channel number will be shown on the display.
icon is lit, only changes sent by the Zigbee controller are
NOTE: The advanced menus remain accessible at all times.
Follow these steps to activate or deactivate the control lock:
-- If an error occurs during association, ERR will be displayed for three
(3) seconds followed by OFF being displayed.
- Access the advanced menus.
- Select menu 4 (
FOLLOW THESE STEPS TO DISCONNECT YOUR UNIT FROM
THE ZIGBEE NETWORK:
).
- Select ON or OFF.
-- Access the advanced menus.
-- Select menu 1 (
).
STANDBY MODE
).
-- Change the parameter to OFF.
In order to protect your home against freezing and limit energy
consumption during long absences, set the thermostat to STANDBY
mode. To enter this mode, lower the temperature to between 5°C and
icon is displayed.
7°C until the
-- During the disassociation, OFF will flash rapidly and the connectivity
) will be animated.
icon (
-- Once the disassociation with the Zigbee network has been completed,
OFF will be displayed.
OPEN WINDOW DETECTION
-- If an error occurs during disassociation, ERR will be displayed for
3 seconds followed by the channel number being displayed.
This unit is designed to detect an open window in the room and lower
the setpoint so as not to waste energy.
icon
When the convector detects an open window in the room, the
will flash and the button contours will flash in blue. The setpoint will be
automatically set to 7°C (45°F).
TEMPERATURE FORMAT
The temperature can be displayed in either degrees Celsius or Fahrenheit.
Once the convector detects that the window has been closed, the
setpoint will return to its previous setting.
Follow these steps to select the temperature format:
-- Access the advanced menus.
Follow these steps to activate or deactivate the open window detection:
-- Select menu 2.
-Access the advanced menus.
-- Select either °C or °F.
-Select menu 5 (
DISPLAY BACKLIGHTING
) and select ON or OFF.
BOOST MODE SETTING
Both the display backlighting as well as the lighted control buttons
can be configured. When either button is pressed, the buttons are lit
with a color (see ADJUSTING THE TEMPERATURE SETPOINT for
informations about the colors displayed) and the LCD display will be
set at 100% brightness. If no button is pressed for 15 seconds, the
display can behave in one of three ways:
By default, BOOST mode is set to 26.0°C (79°F). However, this value
can be set from 20.0°C (68°F) to 30.0°C (86°F).
Follow these steps to change the BOOST mode setting:
-- Access the advanced menus OR access the Boost menu directly by
pressing the “BOOST” button for 3 seconds.
1. ALL: LCD display backlighting is active but dimmed. The button
contours remain colored.
-- Change the setting of menu 6 according to your choice.
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°STELPRO MENU
UNIT OVERHEAT DETECTION
Information about the unit is available in the advanced menus.
This unit can detect when it is overheating.
Follow these steps to access this information:
If your unit’s thermal protection gets activated, an
the display.
-- Access the advanced menus.
-- Select menu 7.
icon will flash on
FACTORY RESET
-- Select one of the following sub-menus:
• 7.1: Version of convector
• 7.2: Version of Zigbee Radio
• 7.3: Day manufactured
• 7.4: Month manufactured
• 7.5: Year manufactured
• 7.6: Internal control code
• 7.7: Factory reset of convector
Follow these steps to reset the convector to its factory settings:
-- Access the advanced menus.
-- Select menu 7.
-- Select sub-menu 7.7 and select YES.
-- Confirm the selection.
-- YES will flash for few seconds, and the convector will be reset to its
factory settings.
ELECTRICAL WIRING
The supply wires must be connected in accordance with all codes in effect. Connect the bare wire (ground) to the unit’s ground screw (green).
Connect wires from the electrical box to the unit’s supply leads.
N.B. This product must be connected by a qualified electrician according to electrical and building codes in effect in your region.
FIXED CONNECTION MODELS:
L1
L2/N
Disconnect switch
(optional)
Electronic thermostat
(optional)
Fuse link
Thermal protection
Element
Motor
GND
BUTTON CONTOUR COLOURS
BUTTON CONTOUR COLOURS
STATUS OF UNIT
GREEN
Normal operation, economical temperature setpoint
Normal operation, the color reflects how economical the temperature setpoint is; more green is
more economical and more red is less economical
Normal operation, high temperature setpoint
Open window detected
While in advanced menus
When the backlighting is set to off and the buttons remain inactive for more than 15 seconds
Boost mode activated
BETWEEN GREEN AND RED
RED
FLASHING BLUE
WHITE
GRAY
BOOST BUTTON RED
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TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
DEFECTIVE PART OR PART TO CHECK
The unit does not work
The unit runs continuously
The housing is extremely hot
The desired room temperature cannot be reached
Overheating
The heater is on and the breaker trips
The unit does not heat
Thermal protection is activated, which translates to ventilation
without heat. In the built-in electronic thermostat version, an
alarm is also displayed.
The connectivity icon (
) flashes on the screen.
The temperature setpoint cannot be modified
The unit does not stop instantly after the setpoint is set below
ambient temperature
• Open circuit breaker or fuse
• Faulty connections
• Defective thermostat
• Heat losses greater than the unit capacity
• Temperature setpoint is set too high
• Defective thermostat
• Blocked air vents
• One or more elements in the unit are defective
• Voltage lower than indicated on the nameplate
• Heat losses greater than the unit capacity
• Defective thermostat
• Fuse link activated
• Temperature setpoint is too high
• Defective thermostat
• Faulty connections
• Voltage higher than that indicated on the nameplate
• Thermal protection activated
• Fuse link activated
• One of more elements in the unit are defective
• Defective temperature probe
• Temperature setpoint set too low
• Open window detected
• Defective thermostat
• Blocked air vents
• The unit must be cleaned (dusty)
• Wall-mounted thermostat: To reactivate, first make sure the product did not
overheat. Next, the unit must be powered back on: switch off the electrical
breaker for 10 minutes, then reset it.
Built-in electronic thermostat version: To reactivate, first make sure the product did not overheat, then press any button to reactivate the system.
• If, after a new heat demand, the unit still does not heat, it may be because of a
defective internal component or because the thermal fuse link was activated. In
that case, contact the customer support.
• There is a problem with the Zigbee radio. Reset the unit.
• The unit is locked. Deactivate the control lock ( )
• BOOST mode is active.
• The unit is cooling off after heating. The fan continues to work for a time after
heating has stopped.
N.B. If you do not solve the problem after checking these points, cut off the power supply at the main electrical panel and contact
our customer service (please refer to the LIMITED WARRANTY to obtain the phone numbers).
ERROR CODES
CODE
DEFINITION
LO
Temperature lower than 0 °C (32 °F), the unit will always heat.
HI
Temperature higher than 50°C (122°F), the unit will never heat.
--
In the temperature field: Defective temperature probe, heating not possible. Call customer service for assistance.
Err
The connection to the Zigbee network has failed. Make sure the Zigbee controller is near the unit and that it is in ASSOCIATION mode.
E1
Defective auxiliary temperature probe. The unit will still control the temperature, but the performance of the thermostat may be diminished.
Call customer service for assistance.
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REPLACEMENT COMPONENTS LIST
RÉF. #
PART #
DESCRIPTION
1
ELF-043
ELEMENT WITH INTEGRATED PROTECTION
2
MO-086
240 V MOTOR/FAN
3
P-SORB00D0
HOUSING
4
KIT-SORB01
FRONT COVER
5
ST-291
THERMOSTAT (SORB2002W MODEL)
CIR-051
THERMOSTAT POWER SUPPLY (SORB2002W MODEL)
SWI-051
SWITCH (SORB2002WCW MODEL)
6
7
M-SORB11ZW2
SLEEVE
8
S-050/10/QT/MS
FACADE SCREWS: MECANICAL SCREW, BUTTON HEAD, QUADREX, 1/2 in, 10-24
7
5
3
2
6
OR
1
4
8
STELPRO DESIGN INC. | Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville | Québec | J3V 6L7
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MAINTENANCE
N.B.: In order for the warranty to remain valid, the unit’s air intake
and output vents and interior must be cleaned on a regular basis.
N.B. High voltage and the risk of electric shock are present in
the unit even if the thermostat is set to off. Therefore, you can
receive an electrical shock as long as the unit is under power.
Do not use cleaning products identified with the following symbols:
DO NOT USE:
-- chlorine or chlorine-based cleaners
-- scrubbing pads or other scrubbing devices (steel wool)
-- abrasive cleaning agents
-- hydrochloric acid-based products such as bleach
LIMITED WARRANTY LIMITED WARRANTY LIMITED WARRANTY LIMITED WARRANTY LIMITED WARRANTY
LIMITED WARRANTY
This limited warranty is offered by °STELPRO Design inc. (“°STELPRO”) and applies to the following product made by °STELPRO: SORB model.
Please read this limited warranty carefully. Subject to the terms of this warranty, °STELPRO warrants its products and their components
against defects in workmanship and/or materials for the following periods from the date of purchase: 5 years (3 years on electronic components).
This warranty applies only to the original purchaser; it is non-transferable and cannot be extended.
CLAIM PROCEDURE
If at any time during the warranty period the unit becomes defective, you must cut off the power supply at the main electrical panel and contact 1) your
installer or distributor, 2) your service center or 3) °STELPRO’s customer service department. In all cases, you must have a copy of the invoice
and provide the information written on the product nameplate. °STELPRO reserves the right to examine or to ask one of its representatives
to examine the product itself or any part of it before honoring the warranty. °STELPRO reserves the right to replace the entire unit, refund its purchase
price or repair a defective part. Please note that repairs made within the warranty period must be authorized in advance in writing by °STELPRO and
carried out by persons authorized by °STELPRO.
Before returning a product to °STELPRO, you must have a °STELPRO authorization number (RMA). To obtain it, call the customer service department
at: 1-800-363-3414 (electricians and distributors - French), 1-800-343-1022 (electricians and distributors - English), or 1-866-766-6020 (consumers).
The authorization number must be clearly written on the parcel or it will be refused.
CONDITIONS, EXCLUSIONS AND DISCLAIMER OF LIABILITY
This warranty is exclusive and in lieu of all other representations and warranties (except of title), expressed or implied, and °STELPRO expressly
disclaims and excludes any implied warranty of merchantability or implied warranty of fitness for a particular purpose.
°STELPRO’s liability with respect to products is limited as provided above. °STELPRO shall not be subject to any other obligations or liabilities
whatsoever, whether based on contract, tort or other theories of law, with respect to goods or services furnished by it, or any undertakings, acts or
omissions relating thereto. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, °STELPRO expressly disclaims any liability for property or personal injury
damages, penalties, special or punitive damages, damages for lost profits, loss of use of equipment, cost of capital, cost of substitute products, facilities or services, shutdowns, slowdowns, or for other types of economic loss or for claims of a dealer’s customers or any third party for such damages.
°STELPRO specifically disclaims all consequential, incidental and contingent damages whatsoever.
This warranty does not cover any damages or failures resulting from: 1) a faulty installation or improper storage; 2) an abusive or abnormal use, lack of
maintenance, improper maintenance (other than that prescribed by °STELPRO) or a use other than that for which the unit was designed; 3) a natural
disaster or an event out of °STELPRO’s control, including, but not limited to, hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes, terrorist attacks, wars, overvoltage,
flooding, water damages, etc. This warranty does not cover any accidental or intentional losses or damages nor does it cover damages caused by negligence of the user or owner of the product. Moreover, it does not cover the cost of disconnection, transport, and installation.
The warranty is limited to the repair or the replacement of the unit or the refund of its purchase price, at the discretion of °STELPRO. Any parts
replaced or repaired within the warranty period with the written authorization of °STELPRO will be warranted for the remainder of the original warranty
period. This warranty will be considered null and void and °STELPRO will have the right to refuse any claims if products have been altered without
the written authorization of °STELPRO and if the nameplate numbers have been removed or modified. This warranty does not cover scratches, dents,
corrosion or discoloration caused by excessive heat, chemical cleaning products and abrasive agents. It does not cover any damage that occurred
during the shipping.
Some states and provinces do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages and some of them do not allow limitations on
how long an implied warranty lasts, so these exclusions or limitations may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may
have other rights which vary from state to state or from province to province.
LIMITED WARRANTY LIMITED WARRANTY LIMITED WARRANTY LIMITED WARRANTY LIMITED WARRANTY
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L I M I TED WARRANT Y LIMIT ED WARRANT Y LIMIT ED WARRANTY L IMIT ED WARR ANTY
L IMITE D WAR RANTY L IMIT ED WARRANT Y LIMIT ED WARRANT Y LIMIT ED WA RRA NTY
Always cut off the power at the breaker or fuse prior to cleaning the
unit. Use a soft rag to dust the unit or a damp cloth to clean it. In order
to prevent yellowing and/or damage to the product finish, do not use
cleaning products (chemical or abrasive). Regularly use a vacuum
brush to remove dust and any other foreign objects from the grill if the
product is installed in a very dusty area. Note that cigarette smoke can
accelerate the yellowing of the discharge grill. More frequent cleanings
are recommended in these conditions.
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INSTRUCTIONS TO REMOVE THE FRONT PANEL
1
2
1. Remove the screw.
2. Remove the front panel by pulling and pushing it up.
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