1 3-in-1 Heater - Humidifier - Air Cleaner Instruction Manual Model No. CZHHAP CZHHAPCN IMPORTANT Read this manual carefully before using or servicing this unit. Keep this instruction manual for future reference. If you have questions about the use, operation servicing or repair please call Comfort Zone PLEASE READ MANUAL CAREFULLY BEFORE RUNNING THIS HEATER AND SAVE IT FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
2 Table of Contents Safety Warnings Technical Specifications Parts and Features... 5 Safety Features Operate Your Heater Care and Cleaning Troubleshooting Warranty Safety Warnings This manual contains important information about the assembly, operation and maintenance of this indoor appliance. General safety information is presented throughout this manual. Please read it thoroughly and carefully. Particular attention should be paid to the information accompanied by safety alert symbols:! DANGER,! WARNING,! CAUTION Save this manual for future reference and to educate new users of this product. This instruction manual should be read in conjunction with the labeling on the product.! DANGER Extra safety precautions are essential when using any type of heater These precautions are required when using, storing and servicing. Using this equipment with the caution and respect that this product demands will reduce the possibilities of personal injuries or property damage. The symbols shown below are used often throughout these instructions. Always follow the precautions as they are essential for the safe operation of this device.! CAUTION 2 DANGER indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury.! WARNING WARNING indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury. CAUTION indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate personal injury, or property damage.! DANGER Failure to comply with all precautions and instructions provided with this appliance can result in death, serious bodily injury and property loss or damage. Only persons who can understand and follow these instructions should use or service this appliance. If you need assistance or information such as an instruction manual or safety labels, contact Comfort Zone.
3 IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS When using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions should always be followed, including the following: Read all instructions before using this appliance. 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. This heater is hot when in use. To avoid burns, Keep combustible materials, such as furniture, pillows, bedding, paper, clothes, and curtains at least 3 ft. from the front of the heater and keep them away from the sides, top, and rear when the heater is plugged in. Extreme caution should be taken when using any appliance around children, elderly, disabled persons or whenever the heater is left operating unattended. Children under 14 years of age should not be allowed to operate this heater. This product is for adult use only and all children must be supervised when using or near this product. Always unplug the appliance when not in use or before moving or cleaning it. Do not operate the appliance with a damaged cord or plug, after the unit malfunctions, or if the unit has been dropped or damaged in any manner. Discard unit or return to a qualified service dealer for examination and/ or repair. DO NOT use outdoors. This appliance is not intended for use in bathrooms, laundry areas and similar indoor locations. NEVER locate the unit where it may fall into a bathtub or other water container. To protect against electrical hazards, DO NOT immerse in water or other liquids. To disconnect heater, turn controls to OFF, wait for heater to cool down and shut off. After shut-down, remove plug from outlet. Pull firmly on the plug, DO NOT unplug by pulling on the cord. Connect to properly grounded outlets only. Do not modify the plug provided. If plug will not in the outlet, have a proper outlet installed by a qualified electrician. Be sure the plug is fully inserted into an appropriate receptacle. Please remember that receptacles also deteriorate due to aging and continuous use: check outlet and cord periodically for signs of overheating or deformations of the plug. If any overheating or deformation is present, immediately discontinue using the receptacle and contact a qualified electrician. It is normal for the appliance's plug and cord to feel warm to the touch. A plug or cord which becomes hot to the touch or becomes distorted in shape may be a result of a worn electrical outlet (receptacle). Worn outlets or receptacles should be replaced prior to further use of the heater. Plugging this heater in to a worn outlet (receptacle) may result in overheating of the power cord or fire. 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. Always use on a dry, level surface. Use on floor only. Do not operate this heater unattended or while sleeping. Do not run power cord under carpeting. Do not cover cord with throw rugs, runners or similar coverings. Do not route cord under furniture or appliances. Arrange cord away from traffic area where it will not be tripped over. Check your appliance cord and plug connections. 1. Faulty wall outlet connections or loose plugs can cause the outlet or plug to overheat. Be sure the plug fits tight in to the outlet. 2. Heaters draw more current than small other appliances. Overheating of the outlet may occur even if it has not occurred with the use of other small appliances. 3. During use, check frequently to determine if your plug outlet or faceplate is HOT! 4. If so, discontinue use of the unit and have a qualified electrician check and/or replace faulty outlet. Do not locate unit against walls or behind drapes or furniture. 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 appliance. 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. 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. Use this appliance only as described in this manual. Any use not recommended by the manufacturer may cause fire, electric shock or injury to persons. Do not use an extension cord or relocatable power tap (outlet/power strip) because the it may overheat and cause a risk of fire. To avoid fire or shock hazard, plug the unit directly into a 120V AC electrical outlet. To prevent overload and blown fuses, be sure that no other appliance is plugged into an outlet on the same circuit. Do not cover the unit while it is functioning in order to avoid overheating and/or risk of fire. Do not place the unit near a bed because objects such as pillows or blankets can fall off the bed and be ignited by the heater. Clean the outer air filter in the rear of the heater every 30 days by vacuuming it and/or washing it to remove dust particles. Be certain to dry the filter completely prior to re-inserting in to its position on the heater and prior to re-starting the heater. Keep your appliance original packaging. It is required in case you need to return the unit and for off-season storage and for any transportation needs. PET OWNE NOTE: The health of birds and some small pets are extremely sensitive to the fumes given off during the initial use of many appliances. Although these fumes are not harmful to humans, it is recommended that this heater not be used around birds and small pets during its initial use until the manufacturing corrosion coatings burn off. SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS. safety warnings 3
4 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS Model: Output: Power: Heating Element: Thermostat Range: Humidifier: Capacity: Remote Battery: Object Clearance: CZHHAP (Max Power)1500 Watts (5120 BTU's) (Med. Power)1000 Watts (3412 BTU's) (Low Power) 500 Watts (1706 BTU's) 120 Volts AC, 60 Hz AMPS PTC Ceramic (15-32 C.) Ultrasonic Cool Mist, filterless 1.1 Liters (0.29 Gal.) 1ea. CR2025 3V 3 feet (0.9 Meters) from front, sides and rear Fig. 1 Fig. 2 PARTS and features Control Panel Reservoir Compartment Room Temperature Sensor Master Power Switch Air Output Vent 4 Humidifier Mist Vent Air Intake Power Cord Holder Filter Cover 4
5 LCD CONTROL PANEL Fig ERATURE ADD WATER HIGH LOW HEATING UP COOLING DOWN LOW POWER MED POWER MAX POWER h DELAY POWER HEATER ROOM FAN DELAY UP DOWN parts and features Power ON/OFF: Press to turn the unit power on or off Heater ON/OFF: Press to turn heater function on or off Press to set room for maximum efficiency Max Power for large room (1500 Watts) Room Setting: Med Power for medium room (1000 Watts) Low Power for small size room (500 Watts) Fan Adjust: Press to set fan speed from low to high Humidifier ON/Off: Press to turn humidifier function on or off Delay Timer Setting: Press to turn on and set countdown timer's time value 7 Temp Up/Down: Press corresponding button to raise or lower the temperature 8 Humidifier Indicator: Shows the humidifier function is operating 9 Add Water Indicator: Illuminates when humidifier requires water 10 Air Cleaner Indicator: Illuminates showing the air cleaner is operating 11 Heating Up Indicator: Illuminates when the heating elements are warming up 12 Cooling Down Indicator: Illuminates when the heating elements are cooling down 13 Target Temp. Indicator: Shows set temperature Shows approximate room temperature at sensor on rear 14 Actual Temperature: of heater 15 Delay Timer Indicator: Shows time value of delay timer Fan Speed Indicator: Shows chosen fan speed Fig. 3A FAN ROOM UP 2 1 HEATER DELAY POWER DOWN 5 REMOTE CONTROL This heater is equipped with a full function remote control. Use the remote control just as you would use the buttons on the control panel. Simply aim the remote control towards the power button of the control panel. 5
6 parts and features Remote Control (Cont.) When using remote control, please pull out the clear insulating film to activate the battery as shown below. The remote control uses 1 ea. CR V battery. Remote Control Clear Insulating Film Battery Cover SAFETY FEATURES Overheat Safety Feature This heater is equipped with an overheat safety feature. When the heater s internal components reach a certain temperature that could cause overheating and possible fire, the heater will automatically shut off. To reset, turn the master power switch on the rear of the unit to off position. Unplug the heater and let it cool down for 20 minutes. Plug the heater back into the wall outlet and restart the heater. 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 unit off. Once the unit is restored to an upright position it will reset. Restart the heater. Grounded Cordset This appliance has a three prong grounded plug that must be inserted into a matching properly grounded outlet to reduce the risk of electrical shock. Do not attempt to defeat this safety feature. If the plug does not fit contact a qualified electrician. Never use with an extension cord or relocatable power tap (outlet/power strip).! WARNING WARNING: This heater has a voltage rating of 120 volts. The cord has a plug as shown in (A). An adapter as shown in (C) is available for connecting three-blade grounding-type plugs to two-slot receptacles (B). The grounding lug extending from the adapter must be connected to a permanent ground such as a properly grounded outlet box. The adapter should not be used if a three-slot grounded receptacle is available. DO NOT DEFEAT THE SAFETY PURPOSE OF THE GROUNDED PLUG. WARNING: It is normal for the power cord to feel warm to the touch; however, a loose fit between the outlet and the plug may cause overheating of the plug. If the plug is loose, do not use this outlet. If the plug is loose, try inserting the plug into a different outlet. Contact a qualified electrician to inspect the original outlet. 6
7 How to Operate your Heater Unpack and prepare your unit Note: Upon first use, this heater may emit a slight smoke odor. This smoke odor is a normal condition of the initial use of the PTC element. It will occur only briefly and is not harmful. 1. Remove product from packaging by opening the unit from the top. Fold top box flaps and gently turn the box over till upside-down. Lift box from styrofoam packaging. Remove styrofoam and turn heater upright. Keep packaging for off-season storage and any transportation requirements. 2. Place heater on a stable, unobstructed location. 3. Plug the power cord directly into an unused grounded 120V AC, 15A or higher circuit receptacle. 4. Turn master control switch (located on the back of the heater) to ON position. The switch will illuminate. 5. Power the heater on using the control panel or remote control. The base default setting for this heater is the Air Cleaner mode. The air cleaner will work to purify the room. The control panel will show the room temperature. See Fig. 4 Turn Heater ON/OFF With unit plugged in and powered on, press the HEATER power button to turn the heater function on or off. The heater fan will not operate until the element has warmed up enough to generate heat. An indicator "HEATING UP" will illuminate on the control panel. See Fig. 5 Fig. 4 ERATURE HIGH POWER HEATER ROOM FAN DELAY UP DOWN Fig. 5 ERATURE HIGH HEATING UP POWER HEATER ROOM FAN DELAY UP DOWN MAX POWER Operate your Heater When the user presses the HEATER button on the control panel, if the actual room temperature is higher than the default setting of 70 (21 C.) or the user set temperature, the heater will not start heating at this time and simply maintain the set temperature when the actual temperature falls below the set temperature. See Fig. 6 Room Setting Press ROOM button on control panel to adjust the power level based on room size. This heater has 3 power settings and can be used for Small, Medium and Large sized rooms. LOW POWER for Small room Watts, MED POWER for Medium room Watts, MAX POWER for Large room Watts. Temperature Setting Press UP or DOWN to set the desired temperature. The temperature range is (15-32 C). The default setting is 70 (21 C) when initially powered up. See Fig. 7 Fig. 6 ERATURE MAX POWER HIGH POWER HEATER ROOM FAN DELAY UP DOWN Fig. 7 ERATURE HEATING UP MED POWER The unit will remember the last setting if simply powered off on the control panel. To change from Fahrenheit (F.) scale to Celsius (C.) press and hold UP and DOWN at the same time while the unit is running in any mode. ADD WATER POWER HEATER HIGH ROOM FAN DELAY UP DOWN 7
8 Operate Your Heater Humidifier Setting CAUTION: Do not attempt to run humidifier without water as this will damage the unit and void your warranty. Before setting/turning ON humidifier function, make sure water tank is full. See "How to Fill the Humidifier" section. Press the button to turn on/off the humidifier. Press the humidifier button once to start this function and produce humidity mist. If left on, it will run till empty. When empty and requiring water in the bottle, you will hear an audible tone from the unit and the ADD WATER indicator will illuminate. See Fig. 8. Press the button again to turn the function off. Note: If you do not plan to use the humidifier for a long period of time, empty the water bottle and dry out the reservoir to avoid mold build-up Fig. 8 ADD WATER POWER HEATER Fig. 9 ERATURE HIGH ROOM FAN HEATING UP DELAY MED POWER UP DOWN Delay Timer Setting Press DELAY button to set the desired amount of time (in hours up to 23) for the unit to run before the it turns itself off. Do not leave heater unattended. See Fig. 9. This feature works while the unit is in any mode. To cancel the delay timer setting, simply press the DELAY button repeatedly until it cycles through the time choices and the time value on the control panel is gone. Fan Adjust Press the FAN button to change fan speed from LOW to HIGH or from HIGH to LOW. ADD WATER POWER HEATER ERATURE HIGH ROOM FAN h DELAY DELAY MED POWER UP DOWN Turn OFF Heater Press the POWER button on control panel to turn off all functions. Please note; when powering down the heater, the fan will continue to run for up to 3 minutes to remove any residual heat built up inside the heater and to cool down the element. You will see "COOLING DOWN" indicator illuminated on the control panel. The fan will turn off by itself. Please leave master power switch located on the back of the unit ON during this process. Overheat Safety Feature This heater is equipped with an overheat safety feature. When the heater s internal components reach a certain temperature that could cause overheating and possible fire, the heater will automatically shut off and an indicator light will illuminate next to the power button on the control panel. To reset, turn the master power switch on the rear of the unit to off position. Unplug the heater and let it cool down for 20 minutes. Plug the heater back into the wall outlet and restart the heater. 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 unit off. Once the unit is restored to an upright position it will reset. Restart the heater. 8
9 Fig. 10 Fig. 10A Fig. 10B How to Fill the Humidifier The humidifier water bottle and reservoir compartment are located under the door on the top of the unit. See Fig. 10. To refill the bottle simply pull the water bottle out of the unit. Unscrew cap. For best results, fill water bottle with distilled water to avoid mineral build up in the unit. Tighten cap and carefully place water bottle back in to the reservoir, cap side down. Do not attempt to run the humidifier without water as this will damage the unit and void the warranty. Note: If you do not plan to use the humidifier for a long period of time, empty the water bottle and dry out the reservoir to avoid mold build-up. CARE AND CLEANING Care and cleaning! CAUTION CAUTION: Disconnect power before servicing. Fig. 11 How to Clean your Humidifier DO NOT USE VINEGAR TO CLEAN THIS. If you do not plan to use the humidifier for a long period of time, empty the water bottle and dry out the reservoir to avoid mold build-up. Allow unit to completely dry. Do not attempt to run the humidifier without water as this will damage the unit and void the warranty. Fig. 12 How to Clean the Air Cleaner Your heater comes with a PCO (Photo-Catalytic Oxidation) air cleaner that combines high-intensity UV light with superior activated carbon honeycomb filter technology. The lifetime washable air filter needs to be cleaned on a regular basis to ensure maximum performance of the air cleaner and of the heater itself. To clean the air cleaner filter, follow these simple steps: 1. Remove filter cover by unscrewing two screws holding rear filter cover in place. See Fig. 11. Carefully remove activated foam and honeycomb filter. See Fig Clean the filter by vacuuming it with an attachment or run warm water over it to remove dust. Run the water in the opposite direction of the air flow until the water runs clear. 3. During this process, the filter may excrete some filtered residue, be cautious not to drip on any stainable surfaces such as carpeting. You can also soak the filter in water mixed with a small amount of mild dish soap. Be sure to rinse out filters completely. 4. Clean the air cleaner filter every 30 days or when the filter appears dirty in order to maintain performance. 5. Shake the filter over a sink until excess water is removed and allow it to drip dry completely allowing up to 24 hours before reinstalling filter back into the heater. Do not force the filter to dry using any alternative methods. 6. Reinstall the filter in to the rear of the unit and screw the cover back in place. 9
10 care and cleaning! CAUTION CAUTION: Disconnect power before servicing. Care and Cleaning Tips Ensure that the heater is turned off, the master switch located on the back of the heater should be in the off position. Unplug the power cord from the wall outlet before cleaning. Carefully wipe the exterior of the heater with a soft, damp (not wet) cloth and dry thoroughly with a soft dry cloth. Over time, dust may accumulate on the output vent of the heater. This can be removed by wiping with a damp cloth or carefully cleaning using a vacuum cleaner with a brush attachment. Do not use harsh or abrasive cleaners to clean your heater, these will damage the surface. Clean the filter on the back of the heater every 30 days or when dirty to maintain performance. Do not run the humidifier without water. This will void the warranty.! WARNING! WARNING WARNING: Any other service should be performed by a certified electrician specialist or by an authorized service representative. WARNING: The manufacturer shall not be liable in the event that the instructions in this manual are not observed and followed. Cautions and Reminders The heater grill is hot when in use. To avoid burns, do not let bare skin touch the hot surface. Keep combustible materials such as pillows, bedding, papers, clothes and curtains at least three feet (0.9 meters) from the front of the heater and keep them away from the sides and rear. Extreme caution is necessary when any heater is used by or near children or invalids and whenever the heater is left operating and unattended. To disconnect the heater, turn power off, allow the heater to cool down and fan to stop. Turn master power switch to OFF position and remove plug from outlet. Always unplug the heater when not in use. Performance Suggestions To assure maximum performance of the heater, please note the following recommendations: For best results, do not locate the heater in an area with a high rate of air filtration and movement as it will effect the unit's thermostat 2. Try placing the heater near a warmer inside wall and direct the output towards a cooler outside wall. The cooler outside wall will tend to draw the generated heat towards itself, which will allow for more efficient heating. 3. Placing the heater next to a cold air return will draw the heat away from area to be heated. Try closing or covering the cold air return. This will allow for more efficient heating. Experiment with the placement of the heater to see what works best for you. 4. To ensure maximum efficiency, a 40% (minimum) relative humidity should be maintained in the heating environment. 5. This heater is designed to operate for maximum efficiency up to ( C.) range. Soft heat concept makes temperatures of 68. (20 C.) feel as though it were 72. (22 C.). This is due to the heat mixing with the humidity evenly for full body comfort. 6. When the heater is placed in an isolated area such as a basement or recreation area, the delivery registers and air return grills of the existing heating system should be closed during heater use in that area if possible. 7. Try placing the heater a few feet above the floor in rooms with large areas of bare concrete. Make sure the heater is secure and will not fall. This will allow for more efficient heating since concrete acts like a heat sink and will tend to draw the heat in its direction. 8. Try lowering your central heating system to a lower temperature and placing the heater in the area that you spend a majority of your time. Now set the heater to your comfort level. This will help reduce your overall energy consumption. 9. When heating larger areas, place the heater in a central location. If a ceiling fan is nearby, try using it at low speed at the same time to help distribute the heat evenly. 10. If used in an extremely dirty or dusty area, the filter must be cleaned more frequently as the filter can clog and cause the heater to stop working. Please refer to "How To Clean the Air Cleaner" section of this manual for instructions.
11 Troubleshooting Question Why does the heater fan not work after I have turned on the heater power button on the control panel? Why does the heater fan continue to run after I have turned off the heater on the control panel? The heater's airflow seems to have diminished. The heater has shut off by itself. Once I initially plug the unit in and turn it on, how long will it take to heat my room? Can I use the heater to heat multiple rooms at the same time? My home is not insulated very well, will this heater help me? Can the heater be used in a bathroom? Will I be able to use this heater in a basement? Can I use more than one heater at a time? Can I use the heater on a job/construction site? Solution The heater fan will not work until the heating element is hot enough to effectively heat the air as it passes by the element. The fan will turn on automatically. The heater fan will continue to run for a few minutes until the heating element and air filtration system has cooled down. The fan will shut off automatically. Make sure the rear air intake is not blocked and be sure the filter is clean. Follow the filter maintenance procedure to clean the filter. The heater has gone into overheat protection mode. This happens when the internal temperature of the heater exceeds a pre-defined level. Simply turn the master power switch on the rear of the unit to off position. Unplug the heater and let it cool down for 20 minutes. Plug the heater back into the wall outlet and restart the heater. Generally, it takes less than an hour. Please remember that with any type of heating process, there are many variables: room size, how well the space is insulated, how many doors/windows, how much bare concrete (which acts as a heat sink with any type of heating), the opening and closing of exterior door, the outside temperature, etc. Yes, keep in mind that heating will vary based on how open your floor plan is and the sizes of the rooms involved. In some cases running a ceiling fan will help in heating multiple rooms simultaneously by placing the unit in a central room. Yes, but it will take a little longer to heat the room initially and the outside temperature will also have an impact on heating time. Once the room has reached the desired temperature, it will cycle on and off accordingly. No, it is NOT recommended due to the high level of moisture in a bathroom and similar locations. Yes, but keep in mind that rooms with little insulation will not retain the heat as efficiently. Bare concrete floors which act as a heat sink with any type of heating will absorb some of the heat. Placing the heater a few feet above the floor will allow for more efficient heating. Yes, but you should make sure that each heater is on its own circuit not servicing other electrical needs. This heater is designed for household use only. The heater was not designed to be used in high dust construction environments. Using the heater for this purpose will void the warranty. troubleshooting 11
12 Troubleshooting Question Can I use the heater and another appliance at the same time? Can I use an extension cord, surge protector or power strip with my heater? I don't have a grounded outlet, can I use a cord adapter or remove the grounding plug? Solution Yes, as long as they are not on the same circuit. Zone heaters are considered an appliance. You should not run more than one large appliance on a single circuit breaker. Your freezer, refrigerator, microwave oven, washing machine, dryer and other such appliances should not share a circuit breaker. It is NOT recommended. It is designed to be plugged directly in to a grounded 120V AC, 15 Amp or higher circuit receptacle. NO. If you don't have a grounded outlet, contact a licensed electrician in your area for advice. Removing or altering any part of the heater is unsafe and also will void the warranty. Can I move the heater around while it is operating? It is NOT recommended to move any portable heater while it is operating. We recommend moving the heater only once the fan has completely turned off. What is zone heating? Zone heating is about focusing heat where people spend a majority of time, while keeping the rest of the home cooler. Warranty LIMITED WARRANTY Products manufactured by Comfort Zone are warranted to the original consumer to be free of defects in material and workmanship for twelve (12) months from the original date of purchase. The warranty does not cover products modified outside our factory, damage or failure caused by acts of God, abuse, misuse, abnormal usage, faulty installation, failure to follow suggested maintenance procedures enclosed with this product (as defined by Magnuson-Moss Warranty-Federal Trade Commission Improvement Act) This unit is guaranteed to the original retail purchaser against defects in quality or workmanship for a period of one year from the date of original purchase. If this unit fails because of a manufacturing defect within 30 days of purchase, return the unit, with your receipt, to the retailer. After 30 days, but within the warranty period, if the unit was purchased within the continental united States, return it, freight prepaid, to Comfort Zone for repair or replacement. If the unit was purchased outside the continental united States, return the unit to the place of purchase. This warranty does not cover damage caused by misuse, abuse, overheating and alteration. Repairs made by anyone other than Comfort Zone are not covered in this warranty. Manufacturer will not be held liable for any losses due to neglectful operation. All implied warranties, including the warranties of merchantability and of fitness of purpose, if applicable, are hereby limited in duration to the period of one year from the date of original retail purchase. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitations may not apply to you. Incidental or consequential damages arising from a breach of either express or implied warranties are hereby disclaimed and excluded. Some states do not allow the exclusion of limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so this limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. Upon the expiration of this warranty all such liability will terminate. No other warranties are expressed or implied. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state. No informal dispute settlement mechanisms are available. This limited warranty is given in lieu of all other warranties. Manufactured for: Howard Berger Co. LLC 324A Half Acre Rd. Cranbury, NJ USA