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INFRARED ZONE HEATING SYSTEM
WOODEN CABINET HEATER
OWNER’S MANUAL
Item # 050-HA-50080
Model No. GD9315BCW-FP
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Item No: 050-HA-50080
PLEASE SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING: READ THIS OWNER’S MANUAL CAREFULLY BEFORE USE.
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Thank you for choosing a DELLA Infrared Zone Heating System. This owner’s manual will
provide you with valuable information necessary for the proper care and maintenance
of your new product. Please take a few moments to thoroughly read the instructions and
familiarize yourself with all the operational aspects of your new heater.
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TABLE OF CONTENT
IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS
04
SPECIFICATIONS
05
SAFETY FEATURE
05
PRODUCT DIAGRAM
CONTRAL PANEL
REMOTE CONTROL
06
07
08
PREPARATION
08
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
MAINTENANCE
STORAGE
BASIC TROUBLESHOOTING
WARRANTY
08
11
12
13
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IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS
When using this electric unit, basic safety precautions should always be followed to reduce the
risk of fire, electric shock, and injury to persons, including the following:
01. Read ALL instructions before using this unit.
02. CAUTION: Risk of Electric Shock. DO NOT open or try to repair the heater yourself.
03. This heater may get hot when in use. To avoid burns, DO NOT let bare skin touch hot
surfaces. If provided, use handles when moving this heater.
04. Keep combustible materials, such as furniture, pillows, bedding, paper, clothes, and cur
tains at least 3 ft from the front of the heater and keep them away from the sides, top,
and rear. DO NOT place towels or other objects on the heater.
05. Extreme caution is necessary when any heater is used by or near children or the disabled,
or when the heater is left operating and unattended.
06. DO NOT operate any heater with a damaged cord or after the heater malfunctions, has
been dropped or damaged in any manner. Return heater to authorized service facility for
examination, electrical or mechanical adjustment, or repair.
07. This heater is not intended for use in bathrooms, laundry areas and similar indoor lo
cations. NEVER locate heater where it may fall into a bathtub or other water container. To
protect against electrical hazards, DO NOT immerse in water or other liquids.
08. DO NOT touch the control panel or plug with a wet hand.
09. DO NOT run cord under carpeting. DO NOT cover cord with throw rugs, runners, or similar
coverings. Arrange cord away from traffic area and where it will not be tripped over.
10. DO NOT insert or allow foreign objects to enter any ventilation or exhaust opening as this
may cause an electric shock or fire, or damage the heater.
11. To prevent a possible fire, DO NOT block the air intakes or exhaust in any manner. DO
NOT use on soft surfaces, like a bed, where openings may become blocked.
12. A heater has hot and arcing or sparking parts inside. DO NOT use in areas where gasoline,
paint, explosive and/or flammable liquids are used or stored. Keep unit away from heated
surfaces and open flames.
13. Always plug heaters directly into a wall outlet/receptacle. Never use with an extension
cord or relocatable power tap (outlet/power strip).
14. To avoid fire or shock hazard, plug the unit directly into a 120 V AC electrical outlet.
15. To disconnect heater, turn controls to OFF, then remove plug from outlet. Pull firmly on
the plug, DO NOT unplug by pulling on the cord.
16. Always unplug the unit before moving or cleaning, or whenever the heater is not in use.
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IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS
17. Use only for intended household use as described in this manual. Any other use not
recommended by the manufacturer may cause fire, electric shock, or injury to persons. The
use of attachments not recommended or sold by unauthorized dealers may cause hazards.
18. Always use on a dry, level surface. Use on floor only.
19. DO NOT use outdoors.
20. WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, DO NOT use this unit with any
solid-state speed control device.
21. DO NOT attempt to repair or adjust any electrical or mechanical functions on this unit. Doing
so will void your warranty. The inside of the unit contains no user serviceable parts. Qualified
personnel should perform all servicing only.
22. Connect to properly grounded outlets only.
23. Save these instructions.
SPECIFICATIONS
Voltage Rating
120 V (60Hz)
Power Consumption
1500W
Unit Size
12.8 in. (W)× 15.75 in. (D) × 16in. (H)
Unit Weight
25.13 lbs
SAFETY FEATURES
TIP-OVER SAFETY FEATURE
This heater is equipped with a tip-over safety feature. Once the heater is tipped over, an internal
switch will automatically shut the heater off. Once the heater is restored an upright position, the
heater will reset. To continue operation, turn on the heater using the supplied remote control or
the control panel on the heater.
OVERHEAT SAFETY FEATURE
This heater is equipped with a overheat safety feature. When the heaters internal components
reach a certain temperature that could cause overheat and possible fire, the heater will automatically shut off.
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SAFETY FEATURES
WARNING:
This
heaterhas
has aa voltage
WARNING: This
heater
voltage rating of 120 volts. The
rating
of
120
volts.
The
cord
has
a
plug as as shown in C is availcord has
a plug as shown inheater
A. An adapter
WARNING:
shown in
A. An adapter This
as shown inhas
C isa voltage
rating
of 120 volts.
The cordgroundinghas a plug astype plugs to twoable for
connecting
three-blade
available
for
connecting
three-blade
groundingshown
in
A.
An
adapter
as
shown
in C is from the adapter
type
to two-slot
slotplugs
receptacles.
Thereceptacles.
grounding The
lug extending
available
for
connecting
three-blade
groundinggrounding
lug extending
from the adapter
must
must be
connected
to a permanent
ground
such as a properly
type
plugs
to
two-slot
receptacles.
The
be connected to a permanent ground such as a
grounding
extending
from
the adapter
must
grounded
outletlug
box.
The
adapter
should
not be
used if a threeproperly
grounded
outlet
box.
The
adapter
be connected
a permanent
ground such as a
should
not
be used
if to
a three-slot
grounded
slot grounded
receptacle
is available.
properly
grounded outlet box. The adapter
receptacle
is available.
DO NOT
DEFEAT
THE
SAFETY
PURPOSE
OF THE
should
not be
used
if a three-slot
grounded
receptacle
is THE
available.
GROUNDED
PLUG.
DO
NOT
DEFEAT
SAFETY PURPOSE
OF THE GROUNDED PLUG.
DO NOT DEFEAT THE SAFETY PURPOSE
OF THE GROUNDED PLUG.
WARNING: ItItisisnormal
forthe
thepower
power
cord
to warm
feel warm
the however,
touch; however,
normal for
cord
to feel
to the to
touch;
a loose fita loose fit between
WARNING:
between
the outlet
plug
may
causeoverheating
overheating ofofthe
plug.
If this
occurs,
try inserting
the outlet
and and
thethe
plug
may
cause
the
plug.
If this
occurs,
try inserting the plug into a
It is normal
forathe
power electrician
cord to feeltowarm
to the
the original
touch; however,
the plugWARNING:
into a different outlet.
Contact
qualified
inspect
outlet fora loose fit
different outlet. Contact a qualified electrician to inspect the original outlet for damage.
damage.between the outlet and the plug may cause overheating of the plug. If this occurs, try inserting
the plug into a different outlet. Contact a qualified electrician to inspect the original outlet for
damage.
IN THE
BOX
IN·INFRARED
THE BOXZONE HEATING SYSTEM
INFRARED
ZONE
SYSTEMnot Included)
·REMOTE
CONTROL(2
AAA batteries
IN THE
BOXHEATING
REMOTE
CONTROL(2
AAA
batteries
not Included)
·INSTRUCTION
BOOKLET
INFRARED
ZONE HEATING SYSTEM
INSTRUCTION BOOKLET
REMOTE CONTROL(2 AAA batteries not Included)
INSTRUCTION
BOOKLET
PRODUCT
DIAGRAM
PRODUCT DIAGRAM
Remote Control
PRODUCT DIAGRAM
Remote Control
Air Intake
Air Intake
Cord Clamp
Cord Clamp
Air Outlet
Air Outlet
Log Set
Log Set
Control Panel
Temp Sensor
Control Panel
Wheels
Temp Sensor
Wheels
4
4
6
Power Switch
Power Switch
CONTROL PANEL
Control Panel
01. Timer button: User setting timing boot or shutdown .
02. Flame light button: Adjust the brightness of the flame .
03. Heater
button:
up the
heater
mode
and turn off
Timer
button:
UserSet
setting
timing
boot
or shutdown
. the heat.
04. Power
light: After
electrifyingof
show
red, press
Flame
lightindication
button: Adjust
the brightness
the flame
. the power button to display
Heater
the heater
the button:
red lightSet
andup
flame
open. mode and turn off the heat.
Power
indication
light:
After
show
red,
press
theispower
button to display the red
05. High Mode indicator light: electrifying
Will be lit when
High
Heat
mode
engaged.
light
and
flame
open.
06. Up button: For setting temperature or time upward .
5. High Mode indicator light: Will be lit when High Heat mode is engaged.
07. Down button:For setting temperature or time downward.
6. Up button: For setting temperature or time upward .
08. Power button: Powers the display on and off.
7. Down buttonFor setting temperature or time downward.
09. Timer indication light:Will be lit when the Timer mode is engaged.
8. Power
button: Powers the display on and off.
10. Flame
indication
light :Will be
9. Timer
indication
lightWill
be lit
litwhen
whenthe
theFlame
Timermode
modeisisengaged.
engaged.
11. Digital display:Indicate set room temperature or time .
10. Flame indication light Will be lit when the Flame mode is engaged.
12. Low Mode indicator light: Will be lit when Low Heat mode is engaged.
11. Digital
displayIndicate set room temperature or time .
13. Signal
window:
For receiving
remote
signal.is engaged.
12. Low
Modereceiving
indicator
light: Will
be lit when
Lowcontrol
Heat mode
13. Signal receiving window: For receiving remote control signal.
1.
2.
3.
4.
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OUR BRAND
REMOTE
CONTROL
Remote Control
Powerbutton:
button:
Powers
display
onoff
and off
Power
Powers
the the
display
on and
Up button: For setting temperature or time upward
Up button: For
settingControl
temperature or time upward
Remote
Down buttonFor setting temperature or time downward
Downlight
button:For
setting
or time
Flame
button: Adjust
thetemperature
brightness of the
flamedownward
Flame light
button:
Adjust
the
brightness
Heater
button:
Set up the
heater
mode
and turn of
offthe flame
Power
button:
Powers
theheater
displaymode
on andand
off turn off
Heater
button:
Set
up the
Timer
button:
User
setting
timing
boot or shutdown
Up button: For setting temperature or time upward
Down buttonFor setting temperature or time downward
Flame light button: Adjust the brightness of the flame
Heater button: Set up the heater mode and turn off
Timer button: User setting timing boot or shutdown
PREPARATION
PREPARATION
Place the heater on a firm, level surface and plug into a grounded 120V 60Hz power outlet. and
turn on the power switch in the rear of the unit. Only operate heater in upright position with
Place the heater on a firm, level surface and plug into a grounded 120V 60Hz power outlet.
caster wheels attached.
and turn on the power switch in the rear of the unit. Only operate heater in upright
Insert 2 AAA batteries into the remote control before using (Batteries Not Included)
position with caster wheels attached.
PREPARATION
Insert
2 AAA batteries
into the remote control before using (Batteries Not Included)
OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS
1Start and select working mode
Place the heater on a firm, level surface
plugon
into
groundedthe
120V
60Hzbutton
poweron
outlet.
Turn theand
heater
byapressing
POWER
the and
turn on the power switch in the rear
of
the
unit.
Only
operate
heater
in
upright
position
with
control panel or by pressing the Power button on the
caster wheels attached.
OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS
supplied remote control.
Or
Insert 2 AAA batteries into the remote
controlisbefore
using (Batteries
Notstop
Included)
Once power
off, heating
element will
working at first.
Fan will prolong working for 3 min to emit plenty of heat
01. START AND SELECT WORKING MODE
inside. This mark will indicate running during the 3 min.
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
1Start and select working mode
SelectTurn
a heat
thesetting.
heater on
on by
pressing the
the POWER
buttonon
on the
the
Turn the
heater
by pressing
ON/OFF button
control
panel
or
by
pressing
the
Power
button
on
the
Presscontrol
the HEATER
button
to
toggle
between
the
two
heat
panel or by pressing the Power button on the supplied
Or
suppliedcontrol.
remote control.
settings.
Or
remote
Once
Once power
power isisoff,
off,heating
heatingelement
elementwill
willstop
stopworking
workingatatfirst.
first.
Fan
toto
emit
plenty
ofof
heat
Fan will
willprolong
prolongworking
workingforfor3 3min
min
emit
plenty
heat
inside.
inside. This
Thismark
markwill
willindicate
indicaterunning
runningduring
duringthe
the3 3min.
min.
Or
Select
Select6aaheat
heat setting.
setting.
Press the HEATER button to toggle between the two
Press the HEATER button to toggle between the two heat
heat settings.
settings.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

Power
modeisis1500W;
1500W;
heat-down
is 750W,and
Powerfor
for heat-up
heat-up mode
heat-down
is 750W,and
turn
turnoff
offthe
the heat.
heat.
02. SETTING DESIRED TEMPERATURE
2Setting Desired Temperature
Or
Adjust the desired temperature by pressing the Up/Down
Adjust
the desired temperature by pressing the Up/Down
arrows on the con trol panel or remote control.
arrows
on the con trol panel or remote control.
Desired
optionsvary
varyfrom
from
59
to 95.
Desired temperature
temperature options
59°F
to 95°F.
OnceOnce
you
you
have
chosen
the desired
temperature,
the heater
have
chosen
the desired
temperature,
the heater
will will
remainon
on until
until the
to to
thethe
temremain
the room
roomtemperature
temperatureincreases
increases
perature on the
digital
display.
The heater
will cycle
oncycle
and off
temperature
on the
digital
display.
The heater
will
on
to maintain
the desired
temperature.
and
off to maintain
the room
desired
room temperature.
03. SETTING FLAME
3Setting flame
Or
Adjust the
the brightness
and
turn
off.off.
Adjust
brightnessofofthe
theflame
flame
and
turn
04. SETTING THE POWER OFF TIMER FUNCTION
4Setting the POWER OFF TIMER Function
Note: The Power-Off-Timer Function will allow for the heater to power OFF after a certain
Note: The Power-Off-Timer Function will allow for the heater to power OFF after a
certain set time, and can only be set while the heater’s display is in the “On” position.
set time, and can only be set while the heater’s display is in the “On” position.
Or
Turn the heater to the “On” position .Press the Timer button
Turn
the heater to the “On” position .Press the Timer
on the heater’s control panel or the remote.
button on the heater’s control panel or the remote.
The
digital display changes from the “temperature” to the
The digital display changes from the “temperature” to the
“hours”
optionfor
forthe
thetimer.
timer.
Continue
to press
timer
“hours” option
Continue
to press
the the
timer
button
the number
numberofofhours
hours
you
would
buttonto
to change
change the
you
would
like like
the the
heater
poweringitself
itself
options
heaterto
torun
run before
before powering
offoff
.The.The
hourhour
options
for
thethe
timer
are are
from
0 to 0
12to
hrs.
1 hr
for
timer
from
12(in
hrs.
(inincrements).
1 hr increments).
The
hourincrements
incrementswill
will
flash
a few
seconds,
The selected
selected hour
flash
for for
a few
seconds,
then
revert
back
to
the
set
desired
temperature
.The
Timer
then revert back to the set desired temperature .The Timer
indicator
lightwill
willremain
remain
lit long
as long
as Timer
the Timer
set.
indicator light
lit as
as the
is set.isThe
The
heater
will power
OFFthe
when
the internal
heater
clock
heater
will power
OFF when
internal
heater clock
counts
down the
hour
increments
you set. you set.
counts
down
the
hour increments
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
05. SETTING THE POWER-ON-TIMER FUNCTION
5Setting the POWER-ON-TIMER Function
Note: The Power-Off-Timer Function will allow for the heater to power OFF after a certain
(Note: The Power-ON-Timer Function will allow for the heater to power ON after a
certain set time, and can only be set while the heater’s display is in the “Off” position.
set time, and can only be set while the heater’s display is in the “On” position.
Or
Turnthe
theheater
heatertotothe
the“OFF”
“OFF”
position
.Press
the Timer
Turn
position
.Press
the Timer
button
button
on the heater’s
control
panel
or the remote.
on
the heater’s
control panel
or the
remote.
The
digitaldisplay
displayshows
shows
“hours”
option
for timer.
the timer.
The digital
thethe
“hours”
option
for the
Continue
to
press
the
timer
button
to
change
the
number
Continue to press the timer button to change the number ofof
hours
wouldlike
likethe
theheater’s
heater’s
internal
clock
to count
hours you
you would
internal
clock
to count
down
down
powering
on .The
hourfor
options
for are
the
beforebefore
powering
itself onitself
.The hour
options
the timer
timer
from
to 112hrhrs.
(in 1 hr increments).
from 0are
to 12
hrs.0 (in
increments).
The
Timerindicator
indicatorlight
light
remain
as long
asTimer
the is
The Timer
willwill
remain
lit aslitlong
as the
Timer
is
set.
The
heater
will
power
itself
ON
when
the
set. The heater will power itself ON when the internal heater
internal
heater
clock
down the you
hourset.
increments you
clock counts
down
thecounts
hour increments
set.
06. SETTING ELECTRO LOCK
6Setting electro lock
The Electro Lock can help avoid the heater from being accidentally engaged by children.
The Electro Lock can help avoid the heater from being accidentally engaged by children. The
locking mechanism can be set in both the ON and OFF modes.
The locking mechanism can be set in both the ON and OFF modes.
And
And
Press
Down
buttons
at the
same
timetime
for
Press Temp
TempUp
Upand
andTemp
Temp
Down
buttons
at the
same
3for
seconds.
Locking
is complete
when you
hear
a beep.
3 seconds.
Locking
is complete
when
you
hear aWhen
beep.
locked,
the functions
of the control
andpanel
remote
will
be
When locked,
the functions
of thepanel
control
and
remote
locked
for
use.
will be locked for use.
When
youneed
needtotounlock
unlockit,it,
press
Temp
Temp
When you
press
Temp
UpUp
andand
Temp
Down
Down
at thetime
same
for 3 seconds.
You awill
hear
buttonsbuttons
at the same
fortime
3 seconds.
You will hear
beep
a.The
beep
.The panel
control
panel
andcontrol
remotewill
control
willfunctional
become
control
and
remote
become
functional
again.
again.
MAINTENANCE
1. Turn off the power switch in the rear of the unit.
2. Unplug the unit and let it cool completely.
3. To keep the heater clean, the outer shell may be cleaned with a soft, damp cloth. You
may use a mild detergent if necessary. After cleaning, dry the unit with a soft cloth.
CAUTION: DO NOT let liquid enter the heater.
4. DO NOT use alcohol, gasoline, abrasive powders, furniture polish, or rough brushes to
clean the heater. This may cause damage or deterioration to the surface of the heater.
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MAINTENANCE
01. Turn off the power switch in the rear of the unit.
02. Unplug the unit and let it cool completely.
03. To keep the heater clean, the outer shell may be cleaned with a soft, damp cloth. You
may use a mild detergent if necessary. After cleaning, dry the unit with a soft cloth.
CAUTION: DO NOT LET LIQUID ENTER THE HEATER.
04. DO NOT use alcohol, gasoline, abrasive powders, furniture polish, or rough brushes to
clean the heater. This may cause damage or deterioration to the surface of the heater.
05. DO NOT immerse the heater in water.
06. Wait until the unit is completely dry before use.
5. DO NOT immerse the heater in water.
07. Air filter needs cleaning after used 3 months of use. Please take off the filter with the
6. Wait until the unit is completely dry before use.
2 steps in the drawing below. Flush and clean the filter with water, Then, dry it out and
7. Air filter needs cleaning after used 3 months of use. Please take off the filter with the 2
re- assemble.
the drawing
Flush
clean the filter with water, Then, dry it out and re5.steps
DOinNOT
immersebelow.
the heater
in and
water.
assemble.
6. Wait until the unit is completely dry before use.
7. Air filter needs cleaning after used 3 months of use. Please take off the filter with the 2
unit below. Flush and clean the filter2)with
Remove
Air filter
steps inThe
the drawing
water, Then,
dry it out and reassemble.
The unit
2) Remove Air filter
1) Remove bracket screws (4X)
8. If you do not use the heater for a long time, please take out the remote batteries (to prevent
corrosion ) as shown below. Store the remote in a safe place.
1) Remove bracket screws (4X)
08. If you do not use the heater for a long time, please take out the remote batteries (to
8. If you do not use the heater for a long time, please take out the remote batteries (to prevent
prevent
corrosion
) as shown
the
in a safe place.
corrosion
) as shown
below.below.
Store theStore
remote
in remote
a safe place.
PUSH
PUSH
lid
STORAGE
lid
Battery
Battery
Store the heater in a cool, dry location when not in use. To prevent dust and dirt build-up, use the
original packaging to repack the unit.
STORAGE
Store the heater in a cool, dry location when not in use. To prevent dust and dirt build-up, use the
original packaging to repack the unit.
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STORAGE
Store the heater in a cool, dry location when not in use. To prevent dust and dirt build-up,
use the original packaging to repack the unit.
BASIC TROUBLESHOOTING
If the heater will not operate, please check the following before seeking repair advice:
01. Check if the power cord is plugged into an electrical outlet, if not, plug in.
02. Check if electricity to the main power switch (in the back) is working.
03. Check to see if the battery on the remote is placed correctly, undamaged.
NOTE: For the heater to function properly, the desired temperature on the heater must be
set a few degrees higher than the temperature in the room. If the seems to not be heating,
increase the desired temperature on the heater to engage the heat elements.
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LIMITED TERM WARRANTY
ONE (1) YEAR FROM DATE OF PURCHASE
WARRANTY TERMS
DELLA warrants that its merchandise are free from
manufacturing defects (workmanship and/or material) and will either give credit or replace defective
parts for a period of up to one (1) year from the
date of purchase in accordance with the conditions
set forth below. If a manufacturing defect is found,
DELLA should be notified promptly of the defect
and supplied a copy of the invoice and delivery
ticket. Inspection by a DELLA employee or representative may be necessary to verify that a manufacturing defect exists, or you may be required
to submit samples to DELLA along with a digital
image of the defects. If replacement is required in
accordance with this warranty and the defective
material or merchandise has been discontinued or
unavailable, DELLA reserves the right to select and
supply similar merchandise or offer full credit for
the merchandise; otherwise the same material or
merchandise will be supplied for replacement purposes. This warranty is made solely to the retailer
and is not transferable under any circumstances.
It is the retailer’s responsibility to contact DELLA
with a claim. We will not handle claims from consumers directly; all requests must go through the
retailer who sold the merchandise to the consumer. We advise all retailers to retain invoices for a
minimum of one (1) year for warranty purposes.
This warranty supersedes and replaces all implied
warranties of merchantability and use for particular
purpose. No representative, employee, or agent of
DELLA or any other person is authorized to assume
for DELLA any additional liability or responsibility in
connection with DELLAs merchandise except as
described above. Implied warranties or merchantability and fitness of the merchandise are limited to
a period of one (1) year from the date of purchase.
In no event shall DELLA be liable for indirect, consequential or incidental damages of any kind.
ADDITIONAL CONDITIONS
The following examples are not
manufacturer’s defects:
• Colors may vary slightly from the photo because
of photography and printing tolerances.
• Sizes are stated in U.S. standard measurements
while the actual sizes are manufactured using
the metric system. Therefore the sizes may
vary slightly.
• There are no exchanges or refunds on any
pillows or toppers sold.
• No returns for buyer’s remorse.
* No returns - other than stated above will be accepted
ADDITIONAL CONDITIONS
Warranty is void for any of the following conditions:
1 Improper maintenance or improper use resulting
in damage.
2 Any product modifications by dealer, consumer,
or other parties not authorized by DELLA will
void this warranty.
3 Floor samples sold or products designated “AS
IS” at the time of purchase are not covered by
the warranty.
4 Warranty does not cover minor variations or
differences be tween floor samples or printed
illustrations and your furniture.
5 Cost of packaging and shipping to and from
DELLA is not covered by the warranty unless
expressly arranged by DELLA.
6 This warranty covers only articles of appliances
intended for residential use only, does not cover
any industrial, commercial, institutional, or
rental use.
7 Dissatisfaction due to buyer’s remorse.
8 Normal wear and tear.
9 Damages incurred during transportation.
10 Damages incurred during assembling
or maintenance.
11 Damages incurred by accidents or abuse.
Additional conditions for warranty on upholstery
are listed on the attached addendum.
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**WARNING: READ THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL CAREFULLY BEFORE USE.
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