Hurricane 500-600 Tier II Operation Manual

Hurricane 500-600 Tier II Operation Manual
OPERATION / MAINTENANCE MANUAL
HURRICANE 500 & 600
ELECTRONICALLY CONTROLLED ENGINES
INTRODUCTION
The Hurricane is designed for rugged, reliable operation featuring powerful vacuuming capability
with a very minimum daily maintenance. The Hurricane will pneumatically convey material from
distances in excess of 1000 feet. Any material that is flowable, whether liquid, slurry or solid, or able
to move through a 4”, 5” or 6” diameter hose, can be handled with this equipment.
THE Hurricane SHOULD NEVER BE USED OR MOVED WITHOUT REFERENCE TO
THE SAFTEY PROCEDURES NOTED BELOW.
This equipment is self-contained and powered by a six-cylinder diesel engine. It will provide excellent
service if properly maintained. There are no unique or complicated parts that require sophisticated
maintenance procedures under normal operation. The diesel engine is equipped with automatic
shutdowns for low oil pressure and high temperature.
The engine enclosure of the Hurricane has locking latches and the fuel tank has a locking cap. It is
possible to secure the machine when it is running and leave it unattended.
The tandem axle trailer is equipped with electric brakes. The Hurricane can easily be towed and
maneuvered with a one ton, or larger, truck having dual rear wheels.
Because of its ease of set-up and maneuverability, the Hurricane is a very flexible and effective
piece of industrial vacuum cleaning equipment. You will find its value to you will only be limited by
your imagination.
Revised 10/8/2008
BAGHOUSE
DIAPHRAGM
& SOLENOID
BAGHOUSE
AIR TANK
INTAKE
SILENCER
ARM
EXHAUST
SILENCER
ENGINE
MUFFLER
MICRO
FILTER
HOPPER
ENGINE AIR
CLEANER
INSTRUMENT
PANEL
ENGINE
PTO
CONE
BLOWER
TOWER
DUMP
DOOR
JACK
STAND
FUEL TANK
(located between
towers)
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Coiled Cable
P/N EC2002
Butterfly
Solenoid
P/N: AR4201
Baghouse Timer
Board
P/N EC2001
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Baghouse
Solenoid
P/N
AR4015
Baghouse
Diaphragm
P/N
AR4016
Butterfly
Springs
P/N MC7001
Air Cylinder for
Butterfly Valve
P/N AR4005
Breather for Butterfly
Air Cylinder
P/N AR4034
Butterfly Valve
P/N MC9712
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SAFETY
Failure to follow the safety rules in this manual can result in personal injury, death or property damage.
Please observe the same common sense precautions used with any machine, where carelessness,
inattention or poor maintenance could be hazardous to people or property. Carefully read the safety
precautions below and within this manual.
Towing Safety Instructions
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Due to the Hurricane’s height of 11’1”, extra caution is required for overhead clearance.
The Hurricane’s height does not permit shipping or transporting via semi-truck trailer. The
Hurricane must be towed behind an appropriate motor vehicle.
The Hurricane is not engineered to be lifted or lowered by a crane or similar lifting devises,
contact Industrial Vacuum for additional engineering if unit needs to be lifted or lowered by
these means.
Caution must be used when towing the Hurricane due to it weighing in excess of 10,500 lbs.
Be sure all lights on the trailer are functioning properly before traveling with this unit.
Always tow the Hurricane with the safety chains and the emergency brake chain attached to
the towing vehicle.
Before towing the Hurricane, inspect the tires and the hitch mechanism to be sure they are
road-worthy.
Always tow the Hurricane with the Hopper in the lowered and locked position.
Always tow the unit with the Hopper completely empty and the discharge door strapped shut.
Set-up Safety Instructions
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Be sure to block the wheels before detaching the unit from the towing vehicle.
Always position the unit on solid ground. If the unit must be set-up on soft ground, make sure
there are planks underneath the jack stands to distribute the weight of the machine evenly.
Always position the unit so that it is sitting no more than 5 degrees off level in any direction.
Never raise the Hopper on the unit under electrical wires or near any power cables of any kind.
Never stand under the raised Hopper unless the hydraulic safety struts are pinned in place.
Always pin the hydraulic safety struts when the Hopper is in the raised position.
Lower and pin all four jack stands so that ALL jack stands bear weight before raising the
hopper.
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SAFETY (cont’d)
Follow Safety Instructions
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Carefully read all safety messages on your machine. Keep safety signs in good condition.
Replace missing or damaged safety signs. Be sure new equipment components and repair parts
include the current safety signs. Replacement safety signs are available through the
manufacturer.
Handle Fuel Safely
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Handle fuel with care: it is highly flammable. Do not refuel the machine while smoking or
when near open flame or spark.
Always stop engine before refueling machine. Fill fuel tank outdoors.
Prevent fires by keeping machine clean of accumulated trash, grease and debris. Always clean
up spilled fuel.
Prepare For Emergencies
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Be prepared if a fire starts.
Keep a first aid kit and fire extinguisher handy.
Keep emergency numbers for doctors, ambulance service, hospital and fire department near
your telephone.
Wear Protective Clothing
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Wear close fitting clothing and safety equipment appropriate to the job.
Operating equipment safely requires the full attention of the operator. Do not wear radio or
music headphones while operating machine.
Protect Against Noise
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Prolonged exposure to loud noise can cause impairment or loss of hearing.
Wear a suitable hearing proactive device such as earmuffs or earplugs to protect against
objectionable or uncomfortable loud noises.
Handle Chemical Products Safely
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Direct exposure to hazardous chemical can cause serious injury. Potentially hazardous
chemicals used with equipment include such items as lubricants, coolants, paints and adhesives.
A Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) provides specific details on chemical products: physical
and heath hazards, safety procedures and emergency response techniques.
Check the MSDS before you start any job using a hazardous chemical. That way you will know
exactly what the risks are and how to do the job safely.
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SAFETY (cont’d)
Stay Clear of Rotating Drivelines
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Entanglement in rotating driveline can cause serious injury or death.
Keep master shield and driveline shields in place at all times.
Always operate the machine with access doors closed.
Lock all access doors before leaving the machine running unattended.
Make sure rotating shields turn freely.
Wear close fitting clothing. Stop the engine and be sure all moving parts have stopped before
make adjustments or performing service on machine.
Practice Safe Maintenance
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Understand service procedure before doing work. See components service manual, located in
Hurricane’s owner manual for instructions and additional safety requirements.
Vacuum creates VERY HIGH SUCTION—EXTREME CAUTION IS REQUIRED when
handling suction end points.
When vacuuming certain materials, vacuum and supply lines can create static electricity.
PROPER STEPS SHOULD BE TAKEN TO PREVENT INJURY.
Keep area clean and dry.
Never lubricate, service, or adjust machine while it is moving.
Keep hands, feet and clothing from power driven parts.
Disengage all power and operate controls to relieve pressure.
Lower equipment to the ground. Stop the machine. Remove the key. Allow machine to cool.
Securely support any machine elements that must be raised for service work.
Keep all parts in good condition and properly installed. Fix damage immediately. Replace worn
or broken parts. Remove any buildup of grease, oil or debris.
Disconnect battery ground cable (-) before making adjustment on electrical systems or welding
on machine.
Do not look into the discharge door or the hopper inlet pipe when unit is running.
Always wear safety glasses or goggles when looking inside the hopper through the discharge
door.
Always operate the machine with the engine doors closed and belt guard on.
Whenever picking up sticky materials, such as a thick slurry or pitch dust on hot days, be sure
to check the hopper every few hours to make sure all the material is discharging and not
building up on the inside. Operating the Vibrator on these days is recommended.
Work in Ventilated Area
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Engine exhaust fumes can cause sickness or death. If it is necessary to run an engine in an
enclosed area, remove the exhaust fumes from the area with an exhaust pipe extension.
If you do not have an exhaust pipe extension, open the doors and get outside air into the area.
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SAFETY (cont’d)
Avoid High-Pressure Fluids
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Escaping fluid under pressure can penetrate the skin causing serious injury.
Avoid the hazard by relieving pressure before disconnecting hydraulic or other lines. Tighten
all connections before applying pressure.
Search for leaks with a piece of cardboard. Protect hands and body from high pressure.
If an accident occurs, see a doctor immediately. Any fluid injected into the skin must be
surgically removed within a few hours or gangrene may result. Doctors unfamiliar with this
type of injury should reference a knowledgeable medical source.
Avoid Heating Near Pressurized Fluid Lines
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Heating near pressurized fluid lines, resulting in severe burns to yourself and bystanders can
generate flammable spray. Do not heat by welding, soldering or by using a torch near
pressurized fluid lines or other flammable materials.
Pressurized lines can be accidentally cut when heat goes beyond the immediate flame area.
Blower Discharge Dust
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DO NOT operate the unit if dust is visible at the blower discharge.
Turn unit off
Contact Industrial Vacuum before continuing any use of unit.
Remove Paint Before Welding or Heating
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Avoid potentially toxic fumes and dust.
Hazardous fumes can be generated when welding, soldering or using a torch heats paint.
Do all work outside or in a well-ventilated area. Dispose of paint and solvent properly.
Remove paint before welding or heating
o If you sand or grind paint, avoid breathing the dust. Wear an approved respirator.
o If you use solvent or paint stripper, remove stripper with soap and water before welding.
Remove solvent or paint stripper containers and other flammable material from area.
Allow fumes to disperse at lease 15 minutes before welding or heating.
Service Cooling System Safely
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Explosive release of fluids from pressurized cooling systems can cause serious burns.
Shut off engine. Only remove filler cap when cool enough to touch with bare hands. Slowly
loosen cap to first stop to relieve pressure before removing completely.
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SAFETY (cont’d)
Dispose of Waste Properly
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Improperly disposing of waste can threaten the environment and ecology. Potentially harmful
waste used with this machine includes such items as oil, fuel, coolant, brake fluid, filters and
batteries. Follow OSHA, State and Federal guidelines.
Use leak proof containers when draining fluids. Do not use food or beverage containers that
may mislead someone into drinking from them.
Do not pour waste onto the ground, down a drain, or into any water source.
Inquire on the proper way to recycle or dispose of waste from your local environmental or
recycling center.
E-Stop Button Instructions
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Each day, before beginning vacuum operations, test the e-stop button to make sure it is
working properly.
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Whenever the vacuum is in operation, the e-stop button MUST be within reach of the
vacuum hose operator, or must be attended by another operator.
• Whenever adding/removing hose and/or pipe, the E-stop button should be used to stop
vacuum suction until all connections are completed.
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INSTRUMENTATION
The instrument panel on the Hurricane contains the following items:
1.
LED Display – Will show engine instrumentation by using the Fwd/Back arrow keys.
Example: Tachometer, Hours, Oil Pressure, Coolant Temperature
2.
Air Pressure Gauge – Located on air tank; air pressure should read between 90 and 115
PSI.
3.
Ignition Switch – Off/On/Start sequence for starting.
4.
Cylinder Lever – This lever is used to raise or lower the collection hopper.
5.
Trailer Lever – This lever is used to raise or lower trailer hydraulic foot.
6.
Dump System Timer Board Enclosure – The dump timer is equipped with an ON TIME or
VACUUM TIMER adjustable from 1 to 10 minutes. The OFF TIME or DUMP TIME is
adjustable from 10 to 100 seconds.
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Dump Systems On/Off Switch – When the switch is in the ON position, the dump timer
will start working.
Note: The Emergency Stop Button must be pulled out.
Note: The dump timer always starts its cycle in the dump mode, or OFF time.
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Oil Level Dipstick
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Clutch Engagement Lever
10.
High RPM/Low RPM Switch
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Hurricane 500 & 600 Instrumentation Panel
High RPM/Low
RPM Switch
Trailer
Lever
Cylinder
Lever
Dump System
On/Off Switch
LED Display
Dump System
Timer Board
Enclosure
Oil Level
Dipstick
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Ignition
Switch
Clutch
Engagement
Lever
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DAILY MAINTENANCE
ALL INSPECTION PROCEDURES SHOULD BE ACCOMPLISHED WITH ENGINE OFF
AND KEY REMOVED!
ENGINE
1.
Check oil level.
2.
Check radiator coolant level.
3.
Check or change outer air cleaner cartridge.
4.
Check battery connections (most units have service-free batteries).
5.
Check radiator fins for dirt and obstructions on the fan side. Keep hands and loose clothing
away from fan, belts and pulleys.
BLOWER
1.
Check oil level at both ends of blower.
2.
Check belt tension.
AIR COMPRESSOR
1.
Auxiliary drive air compressor – NO daily maintenance needed.
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
1.
Check oil level (at least 1/2 to 2/3 full).
2.
Check for hydraulic leaks on the various hoses and connections.
GENERAL
1.
Check fuel level.
2.
Make general inspection for leaks and loose bolts.
3.
Drain water from all air tanks.
4.
Check the inside of the collection hopper to be sure no material is collecting on the walls
of the cone.
5.
When the unit is running and the air pressure is up to 90 PSI, listen for the bag pulsing
sequence.
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EXTENDED MAINTENANCE
FIRST 100 HOURS
1.
Change engine oil and engine oil filter. Refer to John Deere Manual.
EVERY 200 HOURS
1.
Change engine oil and engine oil filter. Refer to John Deere Manual.
2.
Check upper deflector plate inside collection hopper for excessive wear.
EVERY 300 HOURS
1.
Change blower safety filter.
2.
Change filter bags if needed. See maintenance procedures.
3.
Rebuild air drier. Refer to Air Dryer Bulletin.
EVERY 500 HOURS
1.
Change engine fuel filter. Refer to John Deere Manual.
2.
Change blower oil in both ends. Refer to Blower Manual.
3.
Check condition of removable wear plate for excessive wear.
EVERY 1,000 HOURS
1.
Remove vent tube on engine and clean it with diesel fuel. Refer to John Deere Manual.
2.
Change hydraulic oil. See spec sheet.
3.
Check dump door gasket for excessive wear.
EVERY 5,000 MILES
1.
Repack wheel bearings on trailer. Refer to Dexter Manual.
2.
Check pressure on trailer tires, 80 PSI.
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MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES / INFORMATION
Filter Bag Change
1. Remove butterfly cover bolts and lift off cover. CAUTION: Drain air in system. Disconnect
air line that runs from butterfly cylinder to the solenoid.
2. Remove all lid bolts.
3. Carefully lift off unit.
4. Locate blast pipes and remove.
5. Lift cages out of filter bags and set aside
6. Using a large screwdriver, press in on the top part of the filter and pop it out of place. Let the
filter fall down and through the cone.
7. Remove all filters. Clean all of the dust off filter area.
8. Install filters using the same method, only in reverse (filters in, cages, blast pipes, lid, and air
line).
9. Completed
Blast Pipe
Cage
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ENGINE
Maintenance instructions on the engine are included with this manual. The engine should be
maintained per their requirements.
BLOWER
Maintenance instructions on the blower are included with this manual. This blower is a
precision piece of equipment, and service should not be attempted by other than qualified
personnel. The blower needs little maintenance other than checking oil levels and changing
oil as required. If the blower begins to “knock”, SHUT DOWN THE UNIT IMMEDIATELY
AND CONSULT FACTORY. The blower has a one-year warranty.
NACD/CLUTCH
Operating and maintenance instructions are included with this manual. Follow their
instructions as to grease intervals and adjustment procedures. The clutch needs adjustment
when there is little or no effort required to snap it over center. Sometimes this means
adjusting the clutch every few days for the first 100 hours of operation. If the clutch slips
excessively, it will overheat and cause damage. The clutch carries a limited warranty—see
Operator's Manual.
AIR DRYER
A bulletin on this component is included in this manual. This should require no maintenance,
however, it is recommended that the desiccant be changed every 1,000 hours.
BAGHOUSE TIMER AND DUMP CYCLE TIMER
These components cannot be serviced in the field. All that can be checked are voltage to unit,
fuse and output. If the fuse is good and power is present at the input leads and the unit fails to
operate, replace the entire circuit board.
VACUUM RELIF VALVE
This valve is factory set and should not be tampered with. Serious damage may result if
unqualified personnel improperly adjust valve.
ENGINE AIR CLEANER
The Donaldson air cleaner on the diesel engine is a dual element filter. There is a smaller
secondary element inside the primary element. The secondary element needs only to be
changed if the primary element gets torn, broken, or is installed improperly. Operating the
engine without proper filtration will VOID THE ENGINE WARRANTY. Operating the
engine without proper air filtering for as little as one hour can seriously shorten engine life.
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FUEL AND LUBRICANTS
FUEL SPECIFICATIONS
1.
Use grade No. 2-D Diesel fuel above 32º F.
2.
Use grade No. 1-D Diesel fuel below 32º F.
3.
Use grade No. 1-D Diesel fuel for all temperatures at elevations above 5,000 feet.
ENGINE LUBRICATING OIL
Use SAE 15W-40, multi-viscosity oil.
Example: Chevron-Delo 400 Multigrade
BLOWER LUBRICATING OIL
The required lubricant for this machine is Amsoil Synthetic R&O, AW Gear & Bearing ISO-220
(RCM).
HYDRAULIC LUBRICATING OIL
Use hydraulic oil AW ISO 32.
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SETTING UP FOR VACUUMING
1.
Perform daily maintenance procedures.
2.
When the trailer is in position, set the wheel chocks so it cannot move when disconnected
from the truck.
3.
Start the engine – turn key to run position and hit enter button, let it idle to build up air
pressure and warm up.
4.
Attach suction hose to inlet port on cylinder.
5.
Using the adjustable jack on the front of the trailer, raise tongue of Hurricane off pintle
hook on the truck and pull the truck away. Lower front of trailer, then lower and pin rear
jack stands in such a way that trailer will sit level. Make sure these pads are sitting on a
concrete surface; if on soft ground, they should be placed on heavy planks that will not
sink into the ground.
6.
Raise front of trailer so that the rear jack stands are carrying weight, then lower and pin
the front jack stands.
7.
When the unit is properly set, it should be level with pressure on all four jack stands.
8.
Remove spring clamp/ rubber strap holding dump door closed.
CAUTION: Do not proceed or raise hopper unless area around and above unit is
inspected and found to be free of electrical wires or other obstructions.
9.
Using “Cylinder” control lever, located near engine, raise collection hopper to necessary
height to clear the collection box, dump truck, or container.
10.
When the proper height is reached, place the pins in the closest hole on the hydraulic
safety struts just above the hydraulic cylinder top, and then gradually lower the hopper
until it is resting on the safety strut pins.
11.
DO NOT STAND UNDER THE COLLECTION HOPPER OR GET BETWEEN THE
COLLECTION HOPPER AND THE TRAILER WHEN THE CYLINDER IS IN THE
RAISED POSITION WITHOUT THE HYDRAULIC SAFETY STRUTS PINNED IN
PLACE.
12.
DO NOT LEAVE THE COLLECTION CYLINDER IN THE RAISED POSITION
WITHOUT THE HYDRAULIC SAFETY STRUTS PINNED IN PLACE.
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OPERATING VACUUM
1.
Start engine – turn key to run position and hit enter button, leave it at idle speed
(approximately 800 RPM).
2.
Check air pressure gauge, located on air tank, to be sure there is at least 80 PSI of air.
3.
Engage PTO or clutch on right side of vacuum. Be sure it is fully engaged.
4.
Increase throttle by pushing UP arrow key until full RPM is reached (maximum throttle
setting 2200 RPM).
5.
Select the proper vacuum or ON TIME and OFF TIME or dump time. The dump time and
vacuum time must be set on the instrument panel according to the type of material being
picked up.
6.
Turn dump system ON/OFF switch to the ON position.
7.
Turn baghouse switch to the ON position.
8.
Start vacuuming.
E-STOP BUTTON INSTRUCTIONS
1.
Each day, before beginning vacuum operations, test the e-stop button to make sure it is
working properly.
2.
Whenever the vacuum is in operation, the e-stop button MUST be within reach of the
vacuum hose operator, or must be attended by another operator.
3.
Whenever adding/removing hose and/or pipe, the E-stop button should be used to stop vacuum
suction until all connections are completed.
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TO SHUT DOWN VACUUM
1.
Allow all material to clear suction hose.
2.
Turn dump system switch to OFF.
3.
Decrease throttle by pushing Down arrow key to return engine to idle speed.
4.
Disengage clutch.
5.
Always allow diesel engine to idle for at least 5 minutes after it has been under load
before shutting off.
6.
It helps to let the baghouse system pulse when the engine is cooling down. This helps
keep the filters clean.
PREPARING UNIT FOR TRAVEL
1.
Raise collection hopper and unpin hydraulic safety struts.
2.
Lower collection hopper and guide the 6” hose down between the engine shroud and the
cross bracing on the towers.
CAUTION: Do not place arms or hands in or near the hopper extension arm
mechanisms.
3.
As the collection hopper approaches the bottom position, be sure the bottom of the hopper
swings in towards the trailer and the retension hook on the discharge spout engages the
bar on the trailer frame.
4.
Attach spring clamp/rubber strap that holds discharge door closed.
5.
Be sure the trailer’s adjustable jack is fully raised, and jack stands are pinned in
uppermost position before traveling on the road.
6.
Be sure safety chains are attached to towing vehicle before traveling on the road.
7.
Be sure all marker lights, brake and turn signals are functioning properly before traveling
on the road.
8.
Latch and lock all engine doors and remove the key.
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MAJOR COMPONENT SPECIFICATIONS
MODEL 600
MODEL 500
ENGINE
John Deere Model 6068T, 170 HP
John Deere Model 6068T, 170 HP
BLOWER
Roots Model 616 DVJ
Roots Model 624 RAM
AIR
COMPRESSOR
Haldex 13.5 ACFM at 110 PSI
Haldex 13.5 ACFM at 110 PSI
BLOWER
DRIVE
5 V-belt drive w/adjustable
engine mounts
5 V-belt drive with adjustable
engine mounts
HYDRAULIC
PUMP & TANK
(12-Volt Electric)
Barnes
Barnes
CLUTCH
NACD 11.5”
NACD 11.5”
BATTERY
12 volt, 75 amps
12 volt, 75 amps
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RECOMMENDED SPARE PARTS FOR 500 & 600
PART NUMBER
QUANTITY
DESCRIPTION
FN8014
37
Filter Bags
FN8065
37
Cages
FN8006H
1
Primary Filter
EC2001
1
Baghouse Timer – Hurricane
EC2000
1
Dump Timer – Hurricane
AR4015
1
Solenoid Baghouse
AR4016
1
Solenoid Rebuild Kit
MC7020
1
Removable Wear Plate
ED0008-3
1
Fuel Filter
ED0008-2
1
Fuel Filter
ED0007-2
1
Oil Filter
ED0016-2
1
Air Filter
ED0016-1
1
Air Filter
MC7001
2
Butterfly Spring
MC7007
1
Dump Door Gasket
AR5003
AR5000
AR5001
1
1
1
Air Dryer Kit
Desiccant Kit
Valve Kit
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AVAILABLE OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT
Industrial Vacuum Equipment Corp. offers a variety of accessories and optional equipment to
complement your Hurricane, including:
Floor Nozzles
Attach to the end of the vacuum hose to pick up material spread across
bare floors or decks.
Removable Bulk Nozzles
Lightweight nozzle for attachment to the end of the vacuum hose.
Provides a rigid handle and suction tube to vacuum material from
bare floors and enhances the operator’s ability to vacuum hard to
reach areas.
Replacement Parts
Industrial Vacuum stocks complete replacement parts for your
Hurricane, including hose and filters. It is recommended that only
Industrial Vacuum supplied replacement parts be used for your
Hurricane.
INDUSTRIAL VACUUM ALSO MANUFACTURES A WIDE LINE OF VACUUM AND
COLLECTION DEVICES AND HOPPERS FOR HAZARDOUS AND NON-HAZARDOUS
APPLICATIONS. CONSULT YOUR FACTORY REPRESENTATIVE FOR INFORMATION ON
ALL OF OUR PRODUCTS.
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INDUSTRIAL VACUUM EQUIPMENT CORP.
LIMITED WARRANTY
Seller warrants each new product to be free from defects in material and workmanship under normal
use and maintenance as herein described. This warranty does not apply to commercial items
manufactured by others (Roots Vacuum Pumps, John Deere Engines, etc.), which are covered by
existing warranties of the respective manufacturers thereof. Seller’s sole obligation under this
warranty shall be limited to repairing, replacing or allowing credit for, at Seller’s option, any part
which under normal and proper use and maintenance proves defective in material or workmanship
within twelve (12) months after delivery to Buyer. In the event of defects developing within that
period, the Seller will furnish, F.O.B. its plant, without charge, parts required to replace material found
defective. Beyond this, the Seller assumes no responsibility.
This warranty is in lieu of all other warranties (except of title), expressed or implied, and there is not
an implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. In no event shall Seller be
liable for consequential or special damages.
Used products are sold on an “as is” basis and there is no implied warranty of merchantability or of
fitness for a particular purpose, unless otherwise expressly stated on the face of this form.
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JOHN DEERE NEW OFF-HIGHWAY ENGINE WARRANTY
Warranty Duration
Unless otherwise provided in writing by John Deere, John Deere makes the following warranty to the
first retail purchaser and each subsequent purchaser (if purchase is made prior to expiration of
applicable warranty) of each John Deere new off-highway engine marketed as part of a product
manufactured by a company other than John Deere or its affiliates:
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12 months, unlimited hours of use, or
24 months and prior to the accumulation of 2000 hours of use; and on each John Deere engine
used in an off-highway repower application:
12 months, unlimited hours of use.
Note: In the absence of a functional hourmeter, hours of use will be determined on the basis of 12
hours of use per calendar day.
Warranty Coverage
This warranty applies to the engine and to integral components and accessories sold by John Deere.
All John Deere-warranted parts and components of John Deere engines which, as delivered to the
purchaser, are defective in materials and/or workmanship will be repaired or replaced, as John Deere
elects, without charge for parts or engine repair labor, including reasonable costs of labor to remove
and reinstall nonengine parts or components of the equipment in which the engine is installed, and,
when required, reasonable costs of labor for engine removal and reinstallation, if such defect appears
within the warranty period as measured from the date of deliver to the first retail purchaser, if the
delivery is reported to John Deere within 30 days of the delivery.
Obtaining Warranty Service
Warranty service must be requested of the nearest authorized John Deere engine service outlet before
the expiration of the warranty. An authorized service outlet is a John Deere engine distributor, a John
Deere engine service dealer, or a John Deere equipment dealer selling and servicing equipment with an
engine of the type covered by this warranty. (See “When Warranty Service is Needed”)
Authorized service outlets will use only new or remanufactured parts or components furnished or
approved by John Deere.
Authorized service locations and the name of the John Deere division or subsidiary making this
warranty are listed in the Parts and Service Directory for John Deere Engines (stock number
DKD376) available through any John Deere Dealer or from Deere Power Systems Group (P.O. Box
5100, Waterloo, IA 50704-5100, U.S.A.; US$5.00, includes shipping and handling). Dealer
information may also be obtained by calling (from U.S. and Canada)1-800 JD ENGINE, or from
elsewhere by calling U.S.A. number 1-319-292-5871 or faxing 1-319-292-5844; or calling
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Obtaining Warranty Service (cont’d)
33.2.38.82.61.57 or faxing 33.2.38.84.62.66 in France. Some of the off-highway engine service
locations will also be found on the Internet at http://www.deere.com. (Click on “Dealer Locator”.)
At the time of requesting warranty service, the purchaser must be prepared to present evidence of the
date of delivery of the engine.
John Deere reimburses authorized service outlets for limited travel expenses incurred in making
warranty service repairs in non-John Deere applications when travel is actually performed. The limit,
as of the date of publication, is US$300.00 or equivalent. If distances and travel times are greater than
reimbursed by John Deere, the service outlet will charge the purchaser for the difference.
Warranty Exclusions
John Deere’s obligations shall not apply to fuel injection pump and nozzles during the pump and
nozzle manufacturer’s warranty period on the pump and nozzles, components and accessories which
are not furnished or installed by John Deere, nor to failures caused by such items. When the pump
manufacturer’s warranty is less than the engine warranty, John Deere will reimburse pump repair costs
for warrantable-type failures during the remainder of the original engine warranty period, when so
documented by the pump manufacturer’s approved service outlet.
Purchaser’s Responsibilities
The cost of normal maintenance and depreciation.
Consequences of negligence, misuse, or accident involving the engine, or improper application,
installation, or storage of the engine.
Consequences of service performed by someone other than a parts authorized to perform warranty
service, if such service, in John Deere’s judgment, has adversely affected the performance or reliability
of the engine.
Consequences of any modification or alteration of the engine not approved by John Deere, including,
but not limited to, tampering with fuel and air delivery systems.
The effects of cooling system neglect as manifested in cylinder liner or block cavitation (“pitting”,
“erosion”, “electrolysis”).
Any premium for overtime labor requested by the purchaser.
Costs of transporting the engine or the equipment in which it is installed to and from the location at
which the warranty service is performed, if such costs are in excess of the maximum amount payable
to the service location where the warranty service performed at the engine’s location.
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Purchaser’s Responsibilities (cont’d)
Costs incurred in gaining access to the engine; i.e., overcoming physical barriers such as walls, fences,
floors, decks or similar structures impeding access to the engine, rental of cranes or similar, or
construction of ramps or lifts or protective structures for engine removal and reinstallation.
Incidental travel costs including tolls, meals, lodging, and similar.
Service outlet costs incurred in solving or attempting to solve non-warrantable problems.
Services performed by a parts other than an authorized John Deere engine service dealer, unless
required by law.
Charges by dealers for initial engine start-up and inspection, deemed unnecessary by John Deere when
operation and maintenance instructions supplied with the engine are followed.
Costs of interpreting or translating services.
No Representations or Implied Warranty
Where permitted by law, neither John Deere nor any company affiliated with it makes any guaranties,
warranties, conditions, representations or promises, express or implied, oral or written, as to the
nonoccurrence of any defect or the quality or performance of its engines other than those set forth in
this document, and DOES NOT MAKE ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OR CONDITIONS OF
MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS otherwise provided for in the Uniform Commercial Code or
required by any Sale of Goods Act or any other statute. This exclusion includes fundamental terms. In
no event will a John Deere engine distributor or engine service dealer, John Deere equipment dealer, or
John Deere or any company affiliated with John Deere be liable for incidental or consequential
damages or injuries including, but not limited to, loss of profits, loss of crops, rental of substitute
equipment or other commercial loss, damage to the equipment in which the engine is installed or for
damage suffered by purchaser as a result of fundamental breaches of contract or breach of fundamental
terms, unless such damages or injuries are caused by the gross negligence of intentional acts of the
foregoing parties.
Remedy Limitation
The remedies set forth in this warranty are the purchaser’s exclusive remedies in connection with the
performance of, or any breach of guaranty, condition, or warranty in respect of new John Deere
engines. In the event the above warranty fails to correct purchaser’s performance problems caused by
defects in workmanship and/or materials, purchaser’s exclusive remedy shall be limited to payment by
John Deere of actual damages in an amount not to exceed the cost of the engine.
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No Seller’s Warranty
No person or entity, other than John Deere, who sells the engine or product in which the engine has
been installed makes any guaranty or warranty of its own on any engine warranted by John Deere
unless it delivers to the purchaser a separate written guaranty certificate specifically guaranteeing the
engine, in which case John Deere shall have no obligation to the purchaser. Neither original
equipment manufacturers, engine or equipment distributors, engine or equipment dealers, nor any other
person or entity, has any authority to make any representation or promise on behalf of John Deere or to
modify the terms or limitations of this warranty in any way.
Replacement Parts Warranty
New John Deere parts installed during engine warranty service are warranted for 90 days (Certain
major parts may be warranted for longer periods.) or for the remaining warranty period of the engine,
whichever is longer. A new engine replacing a failed engine under warranty is warranted for the
remaining warranty period of the original engine.
Warranty Transfer
The remainder of the original engine warranty and the emissions control-related warranty may be
transferred to a subsequent owner of the engine. The Engine Warranty Transfer card should be used to
report the transfer to John Deere.
Purchased Extended Warranty
Extended warranty may be purchased on most engines in many areas of the world. John Deere engine
distributors and equipment dealers, and dealers of manufacturers using John Deere engines in their
products, have details. John Deere may also be contracted at U.S.A. fax number 1-319-292-5844, or
by fax in France at number 33.2.38.84.62.66.
Emissions Warranties
Emissions warranties appear in the operation and maintenance instructions furnished with the
engine/machine. (Warning: Statues providing severe penalties for tampering with emissions
controls may apply at the user’s location.) John Deere may also be contacted at U.S.A. fax number
1-319-292-5844; or by fax in France at number 33.2.38.84.62.66.
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POLICY & PROCEDURE WP-5020
A.
APPLICABLE UNIT MODELS
a. URAI® & URAI-J® Series 2 ½-inch through 7-inch gear diameter. Including the Dual
Splash Lube (DSL) units.
b. RAM™ & RAM-J™ Series 4 ½ through 6-inch gear diameter.
Note: Units not explicitly listed (i.e. mechanical seal gas units including URAI-G®, water
sealed units, steam blowers, DVJ series units, ROOTSFLO™ & special material units, etc.) are
specifically excluded from this amended policy and will conform to the General Terms of Sale
GTS-5001.
B.
APPLICABLE CUSTOMER CLASSIFICATIONS
All Customers purchasing applicable unit models. (Note: OEMs authorized by Dresser
ROOTS and Authorized Distributors will pass the warranty on to their Customers.)
C.
WARRANTY PERIOD
Twenty-four (24) months from date of original unit start-up or 30 months from date of original
shipment, whichever occurs first.
D.
POLICY
Dresser ROOTS warrants that the applicable model, when shipped will meet all applicable
specifications and other specific unit and work requirements hereof. Units will be of good
quality and will be free from defects in material and workmanship. All claims for defect units
under this warranty must be made in writing immediately upon discovery and, in any event,
within 24 months from start-up of a unit, or 30 months from shipment of the applicable unit,
whichever occurs first.
Unit is defined in paragraph A above as Dresser ROOTS bare-shaft unit only. Buyer agrees to
follow Dresser ROOTS’ operating and maintenance instructions; maintain accurate records of
same and provide these records upon request in order to process any claim.
E.
PROCEDURE TO REPAIR OR REPLACE AT ROOTS’ OPTION*
1.
Customer ships the defective unit to Dresser ROOTS or the Authorized Distributor
FREIGHT PREPAID.
2.
Dresser ROOTS or the Authorized Distributor will, at our option, ship a replacement
unit FREIGHT COLLECT or repair the unit and return it to Customer FREIGHT
COLLECT.
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F.
This policy and procedure, and the grant of the warranty herein, is expressly subject to and
conditional upon Buyers acceptance of GTS-5001, except as modified hereby. The foregoing
is expressly in lieu of all other warranties whatsoever, express, implied and statutory, including
without limitation, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness. Except for the
remedies permitted under Dresser ROOTS Terms and Conditions of Sale, GTS-5001, as
modified by this WP-5020, the foregoing is Dresser ROOTS’ only obligation and Customer’s
exclusive remedy for breach of warranty, contract, tort or otherwise. In no event shall
Customer be entitled to incidental or consequential damages, including without limitation any
damage, loss or injury of whatsoever nature which does not flow directly from the act or
omission in question but from a consequence or result of such act or omission including, but
not limited to, any loss or anticipated loss of profit, loss or anticipated loss of revenue, business
interruption, loss of use of any equipment, loss of any contract or other business opportunity
and any other indirect loss of a similar nature. Any action for breach of this agreement must
commence within two (2) years after the cause of action has accrued.
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GENERAL TERMS OF SALE
1.
GENERAL
a.
Seller’s prices are based on these sales terms, and (i) this document together with any
additional writings signed by Seller shall represent the final, complete and exclusive
statement of the agreement between the parties and may not be modified, supplemented,
explained or waived by parol evidence, Buyer’s purchase order, a course of dealing,
Seller’s performance or delivery, or in any other way except in writing signed by an
authorized representative of Seller, and (ii) these terms are intended to cover all activity
of Seller and Buyer hereunder, including sales and use of products, parts and work and
all related matters (references to products include parts and references to work include
construction, installation and start-up). Any reference by Seller to Buyer’s specification
and similar requirements are only to describe the products and work covered herby and
no warranties or other terms therein shall have any force or effect. Catalogs, circulars
and similar pamphlets of the Seller are issued for general information purposes only and
shall not be deemed to modify the provisions hereof.
b.
The agreement formed hereby and the language herein shall be subject to the laws in
effect on the date hereof of the state in which any order resulting from this Proposal is
accepted.
2.
TAXES
Any sales, use or other similar type taxes imposed on this sale or on this transaction are not
included in the price. Such taxes shall be billed separately to the Buyer. Seller will accept a
valid exemption certificate from the Buyer if applicable; however, if an exemption certificate
previously accepted is not recognized by the governmental taxing authority involved, and the
Seller is required to pay the tax covered by such exemption certificate, Buyer agrees to
promptly reimburse Seller for the taxes paid.
3.
CONTRACT PERFORMANCE, INSPECTION AND ACCEPTANCE
A.
Unless Seller specifically assumes installation, construction or start-up responsibility,
all products shall be finally inspected and accepted within thirty (30) days after receipt
at point of delivery. Products not covered by the foregoing and all work shall be finally
inspected and accepted within thirty (30) days after completion of the applicable work
by Seller. All claims whatsoever by Buyer (including claims for storage) excepting
only those provided for under the WARRANTY and PATENTS Clauses hereof must be
asserted in writing by Buyer within said thirty (30) day period or they are waived. If
this contract involves partial performance, all such claims must be asserted within said
thirty (30) day period for each partial performance. There shall be no revocation of
acceptance. Rejection may be only for defects substantially impairing the value of
products or work and Buyer’s remedy for lesser defects shall be those provided for
under the WARRANTY Clause.
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GENERAL TERMS OF SALE (cont’d)
B.
Shipping dates are approximate and are based upon prompt receipt of all necessary
information. Seller shall not be responsible for nonperformance or delays in
performance occasioned by any causes beyond Seller’s reasonable control, including,
but not limited to, labor difficulties, delays of vendors or carriers, fires, governmental
actions and material shortages. Any so occasioned shall effect a corresponding
extension of Seller’s performance dates which are, in any event, understood to be
approximately. In no event shall Buyer be entitled to incidental or consequential
damages for late performance or a failure to perform.
4.
RISK OF LOSS
Full risk of loss (including transportation delays and losses) shall pass to the Buyer upon
delivery of products to the f.o.b. point or if Seller consents to a delay in shipment beyond the
contract date at the request of the Buyer, upon notification by the Seller that the products are
manufactured.
5.
TITLE
The title to and property in all apparatus sold hereunder and any substitutions or additions
thereto and the right to possession thereof whether attached to realty or otherwise shall not pass
from the Seller until all payments as herein set forth have been fully made by the Buyer in cash.
Upon failure to make any payment as herein provided, the whole purchase money and any note
or security given on account thereof shall forthwith become due and payable and the Seller may
immediately enter the premises where the said apparatus is located and take possession of and
remove the same as its personal property and may retain any or all partial payments already
received a rental charge for the use of the said apparatus and material without affecting any
further or other claims which it may have against the Buyer. The Buyer agrees to do all acts
necessary to perfect and maintain such right and title in the Seller.
6.
WARRANTY
A.
Seller warrants that its product and parts when shipped and its work (including
installation, construction and start-up) when performed will meet all applicable
specifications and other specific products and work requirements (including those of
performance). If any, of this agreement, will be of good quality and will be free from
defects in material and workmanship. All claims for defective products or parts under
this warranty must be made in writing immediately upon discovery and, in any event,
within one (1) year from start-up or eighteen (18) months from shipment of the
applicable item, whichever occurs first. Defective items must be held for Seller’s
inspection and returned to the original f.o.b. point upon request. THE FOREGOING IS
EXPRESSLY IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES WHATSOEVER,
EXPRESS, IMPLIED AND STATUTORY, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION,
THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTBILITY AND FITNESS.
B.
Upon Buyer’s submission of a claim as provided above and its substantiation, Seller
shall at its option either (i) repair or replace its product, part or work at the original
f.o.b. point of delivery, or (ii) refund an equitable portion of the purchase price.
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GENERAL TERMS OF SALE (cont’d)
C.
D.
The warranty specified herein shall apply to this contract, but it is specifically
understood that products sold hereunder are not warranted for operation with erosive or
corrosive fluids or those which may tend to buildup within the product quoted. No
product or part shall be deemed to be defective by reason of failure to resist erosive or
corrosive action of any fluid and Buyer shall have no claim whatsoever against Seller
therefore nor for problems resulting from buildup of material within the unit.
The foregoing is Seller’s only obligation and Buyer’s exclusive remedy for breach of
warranty, and except for gross negligence, willful misconduct and remedies permitted
under THE CONTRACT PERFORMANCE, INSPECTION AND ACCEPTANCE and
the PATENTS Clause hereof, the foregoing is buyer’s exclusive remedy hereunder by
way of breach of contract, tort or otherwise. In no event shall Buyer be entitled to
incidental or consequential damages. Any action for breach of this agreement must
commence within two (2) years after the clause of action has accrued.
7.
PATENTS
Seller agrees to assume the defense of any suit for infringement of any United States patents
brought against Buyer to the extent such suit charges infringement of an apparatus or product
claim by Seller’s product in and of itself, provided (i) said product is built entirely to Seller’s
design, (ii) Buyer notifies Seller in writing of the filing of such suit within ten (10) days after
the service of process thereof, and (iii) Seller is given complete control of the defense of such
suit, including the right to defend, settle and make changes in the product for the purpose of
avoiding infringement. Seller assumes no responsibility for charges of infringement of any
process or method claims, unless infringement of such claims is the result of following specific
instructions furnished by Seller.
8.
TERMS OF PAYMENT
A.
Unless other terms are specified, all payments shall be in U.S. dollars. All shipments,
unless otherwise specified, shall be EX WORKS manufacturer’s plant per latest INCO
terms. Loading of the equipment onto any collecting vehicle is included; however, this
is not to be considered as part of the shipping terms required for payment. If delivery is
delayed by Buyer, date of readiness for delivery shall be deemed date of delivery for
payment purposes. If manufacture is delayed by Buyer, a payment shall be due based
upon purchase price and percentage of completion. Balance shall be payable in
accordance with terms stated herein.
B.
For contracts totaling less than $100,000 U.S. dollars, all payment shall become due
thirty (30) days after shipment.
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C.
D.
E.
9.
For contacts totaling $100,000 U.S. dollars and greater, special progress payments, as
offered by Seller, shall apply. In cases where special terms are not proposed, final
payment shall become due thirty (30) days after shipment.
1) In the event any equipment is ready for shipment prior to scheduled date, any
payment not due in accordance with the above terms shall immediately
become due and payable upon notification by Seller to buyer that the
equipment is ready for shipment.
2) If shipments are delayed by Buyer for any cause whatsoever or are delayed by
Seller for any cause whatsoever beyond Seller’s control, payments shall
become due and payable from the date of notification by Seller and the
equipment is ready for shipment.
Seller may, at its option, upon Buyer’s default in payment hereunder, charge Buyer with
any cost incurred by Seller incidental to its collection efforts including without
limitation, reasonable attorney’s fees and court costs.
A service fee equal to 2% per month shall be charged on all amounts not received by
the specified due date in order to recover costs and damages incurred as a result of the
delay in payment.
LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
In no event shall Seller be liable for special, indirect or consequential damages whether for
breach of contract, breach of warranty, tort or otherwise. The Seller’s liability on any other
claim for loss or liability arising out of or connected with this contract, or the manufacture,
sale, delivery, resale, or use of any apparatus covered by this contract (including but not limited
to loss of liability arising from breach of contract), shall in no case exceed the unit price of such
apparatus or part thereof involved in the claim, except as provided in the paragraph entitled
“Patents”.
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NACD WARRANTY
North American Clutch and Driveline provides a limited general warranty for their equipment. Basic
information regarding this warranty is located on page 59 of the Service Manual provided in Section 4.
Further terms and clarifications can be obtained by contacting NACD in Rockford, Illinois (Phone
800-383-9204).
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