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HCT300

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Congratulations! You have purchased a Regent Cool Touch 300 watt halogen worklight. This worklight has been designed to provide a wide concentration of light for any project inside or outside your home. The special outer shell of this worklight is much cooler and safer than an ordinary halogen worklight. Please review the following important safety instructions carefully.

What you need

 

 

 

•No tools are required for setup

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What’s included

 

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•Light fixture with protective outer shell (A)

 

•Premium 300 watt halogen bulb (B)

 

•Stand (C)

 

•Safety guard (D)

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What to know

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

INSTRUCTIONS PERTAINING TO A RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK, EXPOSURE TO

EXCESSIVE UV RADIATION OR INJURY TO PERSONS IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS.

WARNING: To reduce the risk of FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK, EXPOSURE TO EXCESSIVE UV RADIATION OR INJURY TO PERSONS:

Lighted lamp is HOT!

Do not remain in light if skin feels warm.

For indoor and outdoor use.

UL and cUL LISTED for wet locations.

Fixture must be connected to a 120 Volt, 60 Hz power source. Any other connection voids warranty.

Keep away from flammable objects.

The bulb and fixture get extremely hot during use. Always unplug the light and let it cool 5 minutes before attempting totouch the fixture.

Do not touch hot lens, inside of wire guard, or die-casthousing located inside protective polypropylene outer shell.

This fixture has been designed with a protective outer shell which is safe for incidental contact with the fixture. Do not handle or touch outer shell for extended periods of time and never touch the glass lens while fixture is HOT! Always use the handle located at the top of the worklight to carry or aim the fixture.

Bulb gets HOT quickly! Only contact switch/plug when turning on.

The electrical system, and the method of electrically connecting the fixture to it, must be in accordance with the National Electrical Code and local building codes.

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Do not operate the unit with a missing or damaged wire safety guard, safety glass lens (lamp containment), or UV filter.

Do not direct the light at persons or look directly at lighted fixture.

Use only with a 300 watt or smaller bulb. Installing a bulb of a higher wattage could create a fire hazard or risk of burns. Use of a higher wattage bulb will void the product warranty.

Never touch the bulb with your bare hands. Oil from your skin can cause premature failure. Always handle the bulb with gloves or a soft cloth.

If lens is replaced, use only a diffused tempered safety glass of

equal thickness.

 

• For maximum bulb life, position

that the halogen bulb remains

within 4° of horizontal.

 

• Disassembly of your fixture will

warranty.

• Use only with three wire extension

that have three-prong

grounding plugs and that are

outdoor use, such as cords

marked SW, SW-A,SOW, SOW-

STW-A,STOW,STOW-A,

SJW, SJW-A,SJOW,SJOW-A,

SJTW-A,SJTOW,SJTOW-A

and grounding receptacles that accept a three-prongplug. When the fixture is used in wet locations, Ground Fault Circuit Interruption (GFCI) protection must be provided the circuit(s) or outlet(s) to be used. Receptacles are available havingbuilt-inGFCI protection and are able to be used for this measure safety.

WARNING: Deviation from the asse risk of fire or electric shock.

SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS

Replacing the bulb

Step 1: Loosen the screw located inside the outer shell.

Step 2: Open door frame assembly

Step 3: Using gloves or a soft cloth, socket as indicated on the end of bulb from the other procedure to install a new

How to use

instructions may result in a

top of the fixture recessed

access to the bulb.

the bulb to one side of the reflector. Remove opposite

of the socket. Reverse this ment bulb.

The fixture is packed in a compact

position. Remove the fixture

from the carton. Loosen the knobs

sides of the fixture and

swing the fixture up so that the lens

is directly above the closed

or curved portion of the tubular steel

. Retighten the knobs.

 

 

Aiming the fixture

 

 

Loosen the knobs located on the

the fixture housing. Using the

top carrying handle, tilt to desired position, then retighten knobs. There

is a stop designed in the stand asse

which restricts downward aim-

ing of the fixture for safety reasons

over-heatingand risk of

burns or fire, do not aim the fixture

at an angle of more than 10

degrees from horizontal.

 

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Two year limited warranty

Cooper Lighting (“the Company”) warrants this product (“the product”) against defects in material or workmanship for a period of two years from date of original purchase, and agrees to repair or, at the Company’s option, replace a defective product without charge for either replacement parts or labor during such time. This does not include labor to remove or install fixtures.

This warranty is extended only to the original purchaser of the product. A purchasers receipt or other proof of date of original purchase acceptable to the Company is required before warranty performance shall be rendered.

This warranty only covers product failure due to defects in materials or workmanship which occurs in normal use. It does not cover the bulb or failure of the product caused by accident, misuse, abuse, lack of reasonable care, alteration, or faulty installation, subjecting the product to any but the specified electrical service or any other failure not resulting from defects in materials or workmanship. Damage to the product caused by separately purchased, nonCompany brand replacement bulbs and corrosion or discoloration of brass components are not covered by this warranty.

There are no express warranties except as described above.

THE COMPANY SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES RESULTING FROM THE USE OF THE PRODUCT OR ARISING OUT OF ANY BREACH OF THIS WARRANTY. ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES, IF ANY, INCLUDING IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE DURATION OF THIS EXPRESS WARRANTY. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, or limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above exclusions or limitations may not apply to you.

No other warranty, written or verbal, is authorized by the Company. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.

To obtain warranty service, please write to Cooper Lighting, 1121 Highway 74 South, Peachtree City, GA 30269. Enclose product model number and problems you are experiencing, along with your address and telephone number.

You will then be contacted with a solution, or a Return Goods Authorization number and full instructions for returning the product. All returned products must be accompanied by a Return Goods Authorization Number issued by the Company and must be returned freight prepaid. Any product received without a Return Goods Authorization Number from the Company will be refused.

Cooper Lighting is not responsible for merchandise damaged in transit. Repaired or replaced products shall be subject to the terms of this warranty and are inspected when packed. Evident or concealed damage that is made in transit should be reported at once to the carrier making the delivery and a claim filed with them.

Customer First Center • 1121 Highway 74 South, Peachtree City, GA 30269 USA www.cooperlighting.com

© 2003 Cooper Lighting

Reproductions of this document without prior written approval of Cooper Lighting are strictly prohibited.

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