West Marine Advanced Frame 2 AE1007-WM Owner`s manual

Advanced Frame 2™
Inflatable Kayak
Owner’s Manual
MODEL AE1007-WM
PATENTED
1 OR 2 PERSON KAYAK
IMPORTANT!
PLEASE READ THIS MANUAL CAREFULLY BEFORE PROCEEDING.
AFTER READING THIS MANUAL, SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS FOR
FUTURE REFERENCE.
ADVANCED ELEMENTS, INC. 2006
REV 06-001
technology
inflatable
kayaks with cutting
edge
INTRODUCTION
It is our goal, at Advanced Elements, to develop new and unique paddlesports products that enhance our customers’ outdoor experience. Our focus
is on designing and manufacturing “Inflatable kayaks with cutting edge
technology”. Our kayaks incorporate many different materials and components and deliver high performance at a very reasonable price. We are the
makers of the AdvancedFrame™ Inflatable kayaks, DragonFly™ Inflatable
kayaks and StraitEdge™ Canoe and Kayaks. The AdvancedFrame™ Kayaks
are a hybrid of a folding frame kayak and an inflatable kayak. Its bow slices
through water like a knife and rivals the tracking of hard-shell kayaks. The
stern acts as a skeg increasing the tracking performance. The DragonFly™
kayaks are durable and lightweight. They have built-in rigid forms that increase the performance once it is fully inflated. You can take our inflatables
with you anywhere in the world and no roof rack is needed! Keep it in the
trunk of your car and paddle whenever you want or pack it into a remote
wilderness area and paddle where no one has paddled before. Simply inflate
with a foot pump and hit the water in minutes. Please visit our website for
more information on our products or to find a dealer near you.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Caution/Safety................................................................... 4
1.1 Boating Safety......................................................... 5
2. Specification....................................................................... 6
2.1 Capacity.................................................................. 6
2.2 Features................................................................... 6
3. Assembly/Inflating/Deflation Instruction..................... 7
3.1 Assembly ............................................................... 7
3.2 Understanding Your Valves................................ 8
3.3 Inflating................................................................... 9
3.4 Over Inflation....................................................... 10
3.5 Deflation................................................................ 10
3.6 Folding.................................................................. 11
4. Guidelines for Usage...................................................... 12
5. Proper Care and Storage................................................ 12
6. Repairs.............................................................................. 13
6.1 Repairing Small Punctures and Cuts................ 13
6.2 Repairing Pinholes.............................................. 13
7. Troubleshooting.............................................................. 14
8. Statement of Origin........................................................ 17
9. Declaration of Conformity............................................ 18
10. Warranty and Registration............................................ 19
1. CAUTION - SAFETY WARNING
Users of this product agree by their use to accept the inherent risks involved in this paddlesports
activity and agree to follow all instructions, cautions, and warnings carefully before using this
Kayak.
(PLEASE READ CAUTION STATEMENT CAREFULLY)
CAUTION
SAFETY WARNING
PADDLESPORTS CAN BE VERY DANGEROUS AND PHYSICALLY DEMANDING. THE USER OF THIS PRODUCT SHOULD UNDERSTAND THAT PARTICIPATION IN PADDLESPORTS MAY INVOLVE SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH.
OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING SAFETY STANDARDS WHENEVER USING THIS
PRODUCT.
· GET PADDLESPORTS INSTRUCTIONS SPECIFIC TO THIS TYPE OF CRAFT.
· OBTAIN CERTIFIED FIRST AID TRAINING AND CARRY FIRST AID AND
RESCUE/SAFETY EQUIPMENT.
· ALWAYS WEAR A NATIONALLY APPROVED PERSONAL FLOTATION DEVICE.
· ALWAYS WEAR A HELMET WHERE APPROPRIATE.
· DRESS APPROPRIATELY FOR WEATHER CONDITIONS; COLD WATER AND/OR COLD
WEATHER CAN RESULT IN HYPOTHERMIA. CHECK YOUR EQUIPMENT PRIOR TO
EACH USE FOR SIGNS OF WEAR OR FAILURE.
· NEVER PADDLE ALONE.
· DO NOT PADDLE IN FLOOD CONDITIONS.
· BE AWARE OF APPROPRIATE RIVER WATER LEVELS, TIDAL CHANGES, DANGEROUS
CURRENTS, WEATHER CHANGES, AND STRONG OFF SHORE WINDS.
· SCOUT UNFAMILIAR WATER; PORTAGE WHERE APPROPRIATE.
· DO NOT EXCEED YOUR PADDLING ABILITY; BE HONEST WITH YOURSELF.
· CONSULT YOUR PHYSICIAN PRIOR TO BEGINNING YOUR PADDLESPORTS TRAINING.
· YOU MUST NOT USE ALCOHOL OR MIND ALTERING DRUGS PRIOR TO USING THIS
PRODUCT.
· FOLLOW THE MANUFACTURER’S RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE USE OF THIS
PRODUCT.
· IF ADDITIONAL OUTFITTING IS REQUIRED, USE MANUFACTURER’S APPROVED
MATERIALS ONLY; DO NOT IMPAIR ENTRY OR EXIT ACCESS.
· READ OWNER’S INFORMATION PACKET PRIOR TO USING THIS PRODUCT.
THE USER OF THIS PRODUCT ACKNOWLEDGES BOTH AN UNDERSTANDING AND AN
ASSUMPTION OF THE RISK INVOLVED IN PADDLESPORTS.
ADVANCED ELEMENTS, INC.
TOLL FREE 866-262-9076
Please read this entire manual for additional safety information. Please pay close attention to items
marked DANGER, WARNING, CAUTION, IMPORTANT, NOTICE, NEVER and ALWAYS.
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1.1 Boating Safety
This is the safety alert symbol. It is used to alert you to potential personal injury
hazards. Obey all safety messages that follow this symbol to avoid possible injury or
death.
DANGER
WARNING
CAUTION
CAUTION
NOTICE
Indicates an imminently hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, will
result in death or serious injury or
substantial property damage.
Indicates a potentially hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, could
result in death or serious injury or
property damage.
Indicates a potentially hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, may
result in property damage.
Used without the safety alert symbol
indicates a potentially hazardous
situation, which, if not avoided, may
result in property damage.
Indicates installation, operation or
maintenance information which is
important but not hazard-related.
The precautions listed in this manual and on the craft are not all-inclusive. If a procedure,
method, tool or part is not specifically recommended, you must satisfy yourself that it is safe
for you and others, and that the craft will not be damaged or made unsafe as a result of your
decision. REMEMBER - always use common sense when paddling YOUR KAYAK!
2. SPECIFICATION
Dimensions:
Length: 15’
Width: 34”
Weight:
56 lbs (25 kg)
Max. Person Capacity:
500 lbs (227 kg)
Max. Persons & Gear Capacity: 550 lbs (249 kg)
Recommended Pressure: Main chambers:2.0 psi (0.14 bar)
Floor chamber: 1.0 psi (0.07 bar)
2.1 Capacity
The person/load capacity is determined by the availability of proper seating on the kayak.
Acceptable seating determines the number of passengers, not the overall load capacity.
Advanced Frame 2™ Kayak Capacity Label
WARNING: Do not exceed the certified maximum capacities under any circumstances.
Overloading will reduce freeboard and increase the likelihood of swamping, especially in heavy
seas. Overloading causes handling to become sluggish, making it difficult to react quickly.
2.2 Features
SPECIAL FEATURES:
Hull Design: Built-in Aluminum ribs define the bow and stern and improve tracking.
Durable: 3 Layers of material for extreme puncture resistance.
Easy to Set Up: Pre-assembled at the factory. Simply unfold, inflate, and attach the seats.
Comfortable: High support, adjustable padded seat provides comfort for hours of paddling.
Versatile: 3 Seat locations allow for paddling solo or tandem.
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NOTE: Product graphics may vary
by model.
OPTIONAL DECKS:
Attach the optional Single Deck or Double Deck kit (sold separately) to create a closed deck kayak
with the option for using a spray skirt. Three seating positions allow for maximum versatility.
Single Double
3. ASSEMBLY/INFLATING/deflation INSTRUCTION
The Advanced Frame 2™ Kayak has a rigid frame in the bow and stern that enhances its performance.
3.1 Assembly
The illustration below shows the general assembly of the kayak. Your kayak comes from the
factory pre-assembled. The only assembly you should need to do is attach the adjustable seats.
INFLATABLE FLOOR
Step 3
BOW RIB
ADVANCEDFRAME
STERN RIB
Step 1
Step 1
Step 2
OUTER COVER
1.Your AdvancedFrame™ kayak comes from the factory pre-assembled however should you
take it apart you will need to insert the aluminum Bow Rib and the Stern Rib into the webbing slots on the cover of the AdvancedFrame™ tube (while deflated).
2. Place the AdvancedFrame™ (with Ribs installed), into the Outer Skin, making sure that the air valve is upright and at the back of the boat, and lined up with the opening on the outer cover.
3. With the AdvancedFrame™ tube installed inside the outer skin place the inflatable floor inside the c enter of the AdvancedFrame™ with twist valve up.
4. Attach the adjustable backrest to the AdvancedFrame™ side tubes by fastening buckles.
5.NOTE: If you have purchased the optional deck conversion, zip on before inflating kayak. This will allow the zippers to align properly.
3.2 Understanding Your Valves
Advanced Elements Advanced Frame 2™ kayak uses the following valves. The Advanced
Elements spring valve has the function and durability of other military type valves and is
compatible with most standard pumps. The lock nut holds the valve in place with the cover for
easy inflation. The following figures will have details on how to operate the valves.
NOTE:
Deflate - Push-in center stem and
rotate clockwise to the locked position.
Valve stem should be pushed-in.
Inflate - Push-in center stem and
rotate counter-clockwise to the locked
position. Valve stem should be pushed out.
Figure 1. Inflate/Deflate Spring Valve
OPERATINGTHE“TWIST”VALVES
TWIST TO OPEN / INFLATE / THEN CLOSE
INSERT
1
PUMP HOSE
TWIST VALVE
2
Figure 2. Inflate/Deflate Twist Valve
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To begin inflating your kayak, you will need a Bellows Foot Pump or a Double Action Hand
Pump. Never use compressors, CO2 or compressed air as they may damage your kayak.
Diagram of Inflation Chambers
3.3 Inflating
IMPORTANT: Before inflating, check to be sure that the kayak is completely assembled. Inflate
your kayak in the following order. Failure to follow these instructions may cause damage to
your kayak. Do not over inflate.
1. Partially inflate chamber 1 until the kayak begins to fill out or appears to be half way inflated then close cap. Check to be sure the valve is in the inflate position (See Figure 1).
2.Proceed to chamber 2. Inflate chamber 2 until AdvancedFrame™ tube is firm to touch. Close closed caps on chambers 1 and 2 tightly. Chamber 1 and 2 are separate chambers but equalize in pressure because they are inside a fabric cover. Ideally you want to put half of the
air in chamber 1 and half in chamber 2. That way if you suddenly lose pressure in one chamber you should have another chamber as a safety.
3. Inflate chamber 3 “floor” (using proper hose fitting). Twist valve open to inflate and twist closed when complete (Figure 2). Fill with air until firm (1 psi ONLY). CAUTION: Do not over inflate!
4. Inflate thwart/foot brace (chamber 4) until firm (1 psi ONLY). Attach to Velcro on side tubes. This chamber c an be moved forward or backward when paddling solo.
5. Inflate chambers 5 and 6 for desired deck lift.
6.Make sure all valves are closed tightly and properly.
7.Finally, Insert Plastic Bow and Stern forms into pocket on bow and stern (Figure 3).
Figure 3. Plastic Bow and Stern Insert
INFLATION TIPS
Use either a bellows style foot pump or two-way hand pump to inflate to your kayak. Be sure that
the fitting on the pump hose fits snug in the valve on the kayak. NEVER USE COMPRESSORS,
CO2, OR COMPRESSED AIR AS THEY MAY DAMAGE YOUR KAYAK. The main chambers use
high-end military style, plunger valves (See Figure 1).
3.4 Over Inflation
CAUTION: Water temperature and weather will affect the air pressure of the kayak. In cold
weather and water your kayak will lose some pressure. If this occurs, you may want to add a
bit more air to the kayak to improve performance. In hot weather or prolonged sunlight, the air
inside the kayak will expand. You must let some air out of the appropriate chambers to prevent
the kayak from failing due to overpressure. You should avoid exposing your kayak to extreme
temperatures (hot or cold).
3.5 Deflation
1.Remove the caps from chamber 1 & 2.
2.Push stems inward and rotate to deflate position (See Figure 1).
3.Open twist valves on chambers 3 through 6.
4.Once the chamber is deflated you can use your pump to vacuum out any additional air for improved folding. This requires a pump capable of deflating.
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3.6 Folding
NOTICE: Reverse your pump to completely deflate all chambers.
1. Completely deflate all air chambers, thoroughly dry kayak and remove the seat. Reversing your pump to pump out all the remaining air will make folding easier.
2. Remove plastic Bow and Stern forms and seats then lay kayak out flat. Remove optional single or double deck if attached.
3.Fold in half, down the center.
4.Fold into 5 equal sections.
4. Place into duffel bag.
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4. GUIDELINES FOR USAGE
Paddlesports can be very dangerous and physically demanding. The user of this product should
understand that participation in paddlesports may involve serious injury or death. Observe the
following safety standards whenever using this product. The user of this product acknowledges
both an understanding and an assumption of the risk involved in paddlesports.
After you have inflated your kayak and before you put it in the water, inspect your equipment
for obvious signs of wear or failure. Review local rules and regulations and read again the
“CAUTION” statement.
Most areas have local laws and regulations about the use and equipment of small boats. Usually
a phone call to the local authorities will provide you with the needed information. Some areas
may require that you register and display a registration number on the front of your kayak.
Once you have been issued a number, it is best to affix it to the kayak by printing it on the
material with a permanent ink marker. If you are required to display a sticker or vinyl letters, an
inflatable boat ID kit can be purchased at most marine stores.
Your kayak is designed to be paddled with a double bladed kayak paddle. Paddle with short
and even strokes. Keep the blade close to the kayak and the paddle almost vertical. Pull with
your lower hand and push with your upper hand. To reduce the amount of swaying at the
front of the kayak, ease off on the force of your stroke. Paddling with a backward stroke can
sometimes offer quick maneuverability.
ALWAYS practice safety and take the time to learn about the area where you are paddling. Get
official information about the local tides and currents before paddling there. Be careful that
you do not over estimate your strength, your endurance or your skill. Be careful never to under
estimate weather conditions. Be aware of the dangers before you begin. Be aware of your skill
level. Be sure you understand and accept the risk of these dangers. There are many paddling
clubs all over the world. These can be a great source of information on places to paddle, people
to paddle with and most importantly, continued safety practices.
5. Proper Care and Storage
Your inflatable kayak is made of very durable materials. However, like anything else, proper
use and care will increase the life of your kayak. Before storing your kayak, make sure it is both
CLEAN and DRY. You may clean your kayak with a mild soap and water. NEVER use strong
solvents to clean your kayak as they will destroy the material.
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NEVER unzip the chamber cover when the kayak is inflated. Be sure to rinse your kayak with fresh water after every use in salt water and allow it to dry
thoroughly before storing. Use a dry towel to wipe up all moisture. It should be deflated and
kept out of direct sunlight when stored. Avoid exposure to extreme temperatures (hot or cold).
If your boat is exposed to freezing temperatures while storing, allow it to warm up before
unfolding.
Do not store your kayak for an extended period of time while wet.
Follow these steps for removing excess water.
1. Unzip the 2 zippers that run down the center of the kayak.
2. Remove the gray fabric tube and cover, along with the inflatable floor, separating it
from the outer cover. In order to completely separate these parts, it is necessary to unscrew the locking nut on the spring valve.
3. Use a sponge or towel and wipe up any excess water in the outer cover.
4. Wipe off the floor (top and bottom)
5. If there is sand or gravel in the kayak, you can hose out the cover, and then wipe it down with a towel.
6. Most of the time you can just pull out the inflatable floor and wipe out the inside of the kayak absorbing most of the water, then pack it up.
6. REPAIRS
All kayaks come with a repair kit that includes glue and several patches. This should remain
with the kayak in the event that you may need it. If service is required for your kayak, please call
866-262-9076 for assistance.
6.1 Repairing Small Punctures and Cuts
1.Cut a rounded patch at least ¼” or ½” larger than the hole or cut.
2. Clean the area where the patch will be placed with water and/or mild soap.
3. Make sure all surfaces are dry.
4. In a well ventilated area, spread a thin layer of glue on both the patch and on the
damaged area. Let it sit for three to five minutes or until tacky.
6.2 Repairing Pinholes
1.Inflate the PVC tube. Locate the pinhole by sponging soapy water over the tube until
you see air bubbles. Mark the location of the pinhole.
2. Deflate the tube and dry the affected area. Apply a drop of glue to the pinhole
3. Allow glue to dry completely.
4. Do not inflate the kayak for at least twelve hours.
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7. TROUBLESHOOTING
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PROBLEM
Does not hold air
while inflating.
SOLUTION
The spring valve uses a plunger system. The only time the plunger
should be in the open position is when you are deflating. Make sure
that the plunger is closed to inflate. Push the plunger in and rotate
counter-clockwise.
The kayak is sagging
or under inflated.
Be sure that the right pump is being used. You need a bellows foot
pump or a double action hand pump. A 12-V electric does not supply
enough pressure to fully inflate the kayak. The 12-V can be used to partially inflate the kayak but one of the other pumps is needed to top it off.
The kayak will not hold
full pressure for more
than a couple of hours.
Make sure that the plunger is in the closed position. It should only
be open when deflating. If it is open, the only seal is the black rubber
gasket inside the cap. Even then, a little air may still leak out.
Kayak still loses air.
If you have checked all the previous possible reasons for the kayak
losing air, then there may be a pinhole or a puncture somewhere on the
tube. Pull tube from outer covers. Inflate. If you cannot see or hear
where a leak may be, take a clean rag with soapy water and begin rubbing the tube. If a hole is present, bubbles will continually form. Repair
using repair kit. If it is a very small pinhole, a dab of the glue may be
sufficient.
Tube is kinked or
bent in.
The tube just needs to be adjusted. When kayak is fully deflated try adjusting the position of the tube inside of the outer shell. Then reinflate.
The fin is bent.
After inflating the kayak, turn upside down and leave out in sun for approximately ten minutes. Fin will conform to its original shape. Even if
it is slightly bent, it will not affect the kayaks performance.
The floor has formed
a large bubble.
If two of the ridges in the floor have formed one large one, the I-beam
has come apart. This is caused by over inflation. It cannot be repaired.
It is important to take all over inflation warnings very seriously.
Water in the kayak.
There will almost always be a little water in the kayak. One reason is the
water drips off of the paddle and into the kayak. Another is some will
puddle up on the deck and leak through the zipper. Make sure that the
deck lifts are fully inflated so a puddle does not form. You can also get
a spray skirt from our accessories list from a dealer. This will help keep
the inside of the kayak dry as well as you.
The kayak drifts to
one side.
A kayak will always head in the direction of your last stroke. The longer
the kayak the less this is usually noticed. If it is drifting in the opposite
direction, the floor may not be aligned. Make sure that the floor is properly centered inside the kayak cover. If the floor is off-center it will cause
uneveness in the kayak.
paddling notes:
It is alway a good idea to keep nots of your paddling experiences. Your notes can serve as a reminder
of what to look out for, as well as what gear to bring along, and what conditions are like.
DATE
TIME
LOCATION
NOTES
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notes:
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Note: If your state requires this document of licensing your boat, please contact Advanced Elements Customer
Service Department for completion, or for more information.
MANUFACTURER’S STATEMENT OF ORIGIN
FOR A VESSEL SOLD IN THE STATE OF_____________________________________
The undersigned manufacturer hereby certifies that the new boat described below, the property of
said manufacturer, has been transferred this _________day of _____________________, 20_________on
Invoice# _________________to:
Owner’s/Dealer’s Name_____________________________________________________________
Address___________________________________________________________________________
City, State, Zip______________________________________________________________________
Model Name Model YearManufacturer’s Hull Identification#
m AdvancedFrame 2™
__________HIN# _________________________
Kayak (AE1007-WM)
Type: KayakHull Material: PVC/Polyester
Length Overall: 15’Beam: 34”
U. S. Coast Guard Capacity Plate Information (where applicable):
Maximum persons capacity in whole persons: 500 lbs (227 kg)
Maximum weight capacity (persons & gear): 550 lbs (249 kg)
The manufacturer further certifies that this was the first transfer of such new boat and that all
information given herein is true and accurate to the best of their knowledge
TM
P.O. Box 5128 Concord, CA 94524
Signature_________________________________________________________________________________
FIRST ASSIGNMENT
FOR VALUE RECEIVED, in the amount of $ __________________________________________________,
the undersigned hereby transfers the Certificate of Origin and the boat described therein
to _______________________________________________________________________________________
Address __________________________________________________________________________________
and certifies that the boat is new and has not been registered in this or any other state; Advanced
Elements, Inc. also warrants the title of said boat at time of delivery, subject only to the liens and
encumbrances as set out below:
Amount of LienDateTo whom DueAddress
__________________________________________________________________________________
Dates___________________________ 20 _________, at _____________________ ____________________
___________________________ By:___________________________________________________________
Transferrer (Firm name) Sign Here ___________________________________________________________
Before me personally appeared _____________________________ who by me being duty sworn under
oath says the statements set forth above are true and correct. Subscribed and sworn to me before
this __________ day of _____________________________ 20 ___________.
___________________________________Notary Public Date commission expires_______________
(SEAL)
Declaration of Conformity
(according to ISO/IEC Guide 22 and EN 45014)
Manufacturer’s Name: Advanced Elements, Inc.
Manufacturer’s Address: P.O. Box 5128
Concord, CA 94524
declares, that the product:
Product Name: Advanced Frame 2™ Kayak
Model Number (s): AE1007-WM
to which this declaration relates, meets the essential health and safety requirements and is in conformity with the relevant EU Directives listed below:
General Product Safety Directive
using the relevant section of the following EU standards and other normative
documents:
EN / USI 6185-1 : 2006
ABYC H28-76
Date: January 1, 2006
Clay Haller, President
This product complies with European directives for recreational vessels as
published by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO).
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LIMITED WARRANTY
Advanced Elements, Inc. warrants this product to be free from defects in material or workmanship for a period of
one year from the date of purchase. Products that prove to be defective under conditions of normal and proper use
during the warranty period because of defective workmanship or faulty material will be replaced or repaired without
charge. For warranty service, contact Advanced Elements, Inc.
Advanced Elements, Inc shall inspect all warranty claims and in the event of a defect, repair or replace the defective
part or entire item, at its option. The purchaser must, before return of a defective product, obtain from Advanced
Elements, Inc, a return authorization number and return center address. Please write or call as listed below. Once an
authorization number is obtained, the purchaser must ship the product, POSTAGE PREPAID, to Advanced Elements,
Inc for repair. Do not ship to P.O. Box address as it may be sent back.
This warranty does NOT cover:
Products used for rental, for hire or in professionally guided tours and other uses not considered normal recreational
purposes; and punctures, cuts and abrasions sustained in normal use; and items involved in accidents; and items
damaged in white water mishaps, and other unreasonable uses or improper storage.
Advanced Elements, Inc shall within (30) days from receipt of an authorized return from purchaser, perform its responsibilities in conformance with this warranty.
THERE ARE NO WARRANTIES WHICH EXTEND BEYOND THE DESCRIPTION OF THE FACE HEREOF. ADVANCED ELEMENTS SHALL NOT BE HELD LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL AND CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES.
THIS WARRANTY IS INCLUSIVE IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights that vary from state to state.
Advanced Elements, Inc.
P.O. Box 5128, Concord, CA 94524
Toll Free - 866-262-9076 - email info@advancedelements.com - www.advancedelements.com
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ADVANCED ELEMENTS WARRANTY REGISTRATION
(PLEASE TYPE OR PRINT CLEARLY)
Please complete and mail card to Advanced Elements within 10 days. It will register your product.
Mail to: Advanced Elements, Inc.
P.O. Box 5128, Concord, CA 94524
Attn: Warranty Department
Owner’s Name _______________________________________________________________
Address _____________________________________________________ Apt.____________
City _________________________________________ State _____________ Zip __________
Model __________________________HULL (12 characters) # ________________________
Purchase Date _______________________________________
Store Name ___________________________________________________________
Store Address _________________________________________________________________
City __________________________________________State ____________ Zip __________
Thank you for responding to the following.......
1. How did you first learn of this product?
m Dealer
m Friend
m Magazine
m Radio
m TV
m Catalog
m Other
2. What most influenced your decision to purchase this product?
m Price
m Features
m Style
m Quality
m Other
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IMPORTANT!
PLEASE READ THIS MANUAL CAREFULLY BEFORE PROCEEDING.
AFTER READING THIS MANUAL, SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
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or call Toll Free 866-262-9076
PLEASE COMPLETE THE OTHER SIDE OF THIS
WARRANTY REGISTRATION CARD AND RETURN TO ADVANCED ELEMENTS, INC.
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Email: info@advancedelements.com
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