Campbell Hausfeld NS349001, NS219500, NS219001 User Manual

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120 psi
MAX.

See Warranty on page 8 for important information about commercial use of this product.

Operating Instructions

Models NS219001, NS219500, NS319001 & NS349001

 

 

Please read and save these instructions. Read carefully before attempting to assemble, install, operate or maintain the product described. Protect yourself and others by observing all safety information. Failure to comply with instructions could result in personal injury, death and/or property damage! Retain instructions for future reference.

Framing Nailer

Table Of Contents

General Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2

Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2

Operating The Nailer . . . . . . . . 3

Operational Modes. . . . . . . . . . 4

Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

Fasteners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

Description

This nailer is designed for framing, trusses, sub-floors, sheathing, exterior decks, and pallet/create assembly. Features include: convenient top loading magazine, no-mar tip, adjustable exhaust, single cycle trigger, and an adjustable depth of drive mechanism.

General Safety Information

This manual contains safety, operational and maintenance information.

Read this manual and understand all safety warnings and instructions

before operating the nailer. MANUAL Contact your Campbell

Hausfeld representative if you have any questions.

CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65

You can create dust when you cut, sand, drill or grind materials such as wood,

paint, metal, concrete, cement, or other masonry. This dust often contains chemicals known to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm. Wear protective gear.

OPERATOR’S RESPONSIBILITY:

Before operating the nailer, read and understand all safety warnings and labels. Follow the operating instructions outlined in this manual.

EMPLOYER’S RESPONSIBILITY:

Distribute this instruction manual to all users before allowing use of the nailer.

Ensure all operators read, understand and follow all safety warnings, labels and instructions outlined in this manual.

Danger indicates

an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, WILL result in death or serious injury.

Do not use any type

 

 

 

 

of flammable gases or

 

 

 

 

oxygen as a power

 

 

 

 

source for the nailer.

 

 

O CO

 

Use filtered,

 

 

2

 

 

 

 

 

lubricated, regulated

 

 

 

 

compressed air only. Use of a

compressed gas instead of

compressed air may cause the nailer

to explode which will cause death or

serious personal injury.

 

 

Do not exceed maximum operating

pressure of the nailer (120 psi). The nailer will not function

properly. Do not use a compressed air source capable of more than 200 psi. The nailer could explode which will cause death or serious personal injury.

Never use gasoline or

other flammable liquids to clean the

nailer. Never use the nailer in the presence

of flammable liquids or gases. Vapors could ignite by a spark and cause an explosion which will result in death or serious personal injury.

Always remain in a firmly balanced position when using or handling the nailer.

Do not modify or disable the Work

Contact Element (WCE). Do not tie or tape the WCE

or trigger in a depressed

position. Death or serious personal injury could result.

Locate model and date code on tool and record below:

Model No. ________________________

Date Code ________________________

Retain these numbers for future reference.

Do not touch the trigger unless driving

nails. Never attach air line

to nailer or carry nailer while touching

the trigger. The

tool could eject a fastener which will result in death or serious personal injury.

Warning indicates

a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, COULD result in death or serious injury.

Always

disconnect nailer from air line before clearing jams, adjusting or

servicing the

nailer, relocating the nailer, or when the nailer is not in use. Always reconnect the air line BEFORE loading any fasteners.

REMINDER: Keep your dated proof of purchase for warranty purposes!

Attach it to this manual or file it for safekeeping.

Campbell Hausfeld Nailers meet or exceed Industries’ Standards as set forth by the American National

IN715702AV 2/08

Standard Institute/International Staple, Nail and Tool Association in ANSI/ISANTA SNT-101-2002.

 

© 2008 Campbell Hausfeld / Scott Fetzer

For parts, product & service information

 

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! WARNING

Operating Instructions

The nailer could eject a fastener causing death or serious personal injury.

Protect your eyes and ears. Wear Z87

safety glasses, with side shields. Wear hearing protection. Employers and users are

responsible for ensuring the user or anyone near the nailer wears this safety protection. Serious eye injury or permanent hearing loss could result.

Do not use a check valve or

any other fitting which

allows air to remain in the nailer. Death or

serious personal injury could occur.

Never place hands or any other body parts in the nail discharge area of the nailer. The nailer might

eject a fastener and could result in death or serious personal injury.

Never carry the nailer by the air hose or pull the hose to move the nailer or a

compressor. Keep hoses away from

heat, oil and sharp edges. Replace any hose that is damaged, weak or worn. Personal injury or tool damage could occur.

Always assume the nailer contains nails. Never use the nailer as a toy. Do not engage in horseplay. Always keep others at a safe distance from the work area in case of accidental

discharge of nails. Never point the nailer at anyone. Accidental triggering of the nailer could result in death or serious personal injury.

Do not drive a

nail on top of other nails. The

nail could glance and cause death or a serious puncture wound.

Do not operate or allow anyone

else to operate the nailer if any warnings or warning labels are not legible.

Warnings or warning labels are located on the nailer magazine and body.

Never leave the nailer unattended or connected to an air compressor when not in use. Serious personal injury can occur if someone picks up and uses the nailer without knowing the correct way to operate the nailer.

Do not drop or throw the tool. Dropping or throwing the tool can result in damage that will make the tool unusable or unsafe. If the tool has been dropped or thrown, examine the tool closely for bent, cracked or broken parts and air leaks. STOP and repair before using or serious injury could occur.

Caution indicates a potentially hazardous situation which,

if not avoided, MAY result in minor or moderate injury.

Do not modify or alter the nailer or any nailer parts. Do not use the nailer if any shields or guards are removed or altered. Do not use the nailer as a hammer. Personal injury or tool damage may occur.

Avoid long extended periods of work with the nailer. Stop using the nailer if you feel pain in hands or arms.

Always check that the Work Contact Element (WCE) is operating

properly. A nail could

accidentally

be driven if the WCE is not working properly. Personal injury may occur (See "Checking the Work Contact Element" Section).

Disconnect air supply and release tension from the pusher before attempting to clear jams because fasteners can be ejected from the front of the nailer. Personal injury may occur.

Notice indicates

important information, that if not followed, may cause damage to equipment.

Avoid using the nailer when the magazine is empty. Accelerated wear on the nailer may occur.

Clean and check all air supply hoses and fittings before connecting the nailer to an air supply. Replace any damaged or worn hoses or fittings. Tool performance or durability may be reduced.

Air compressors providing air to the nailer should follow the requirements established by the American National Standards Institute Standard B19.3-1991; Safety Standard for Compressors for Process Industries. Contact your air compressor manufacturer for information.

Nailer Components And Specifications

 

Adjustable Direction Exhaust Deflector

 

 

 

NS319001

 

 

NS219001

NS219500

NS349001

Trigger

• REQUIRES

 

 

 

Nail Loading Area

 

 

 

 

(SCFM with 16 nails

4.1

4.1

4.1

 

per minute @ 90 psi)

 

 

 

 

• AIR INLET

1/4” NPT

1/4” NPT

1/4” NPT

 

• NAIL LENGTH

2” to

2” to

2” to

 

RANGE

312

312

312

 

• NAIL SHANK

0.113” to

0.113” to

0.113” to

Magazine

RANGE

0.131”

0.131”

0.131”

• MAGAZINE

 

 

 

 

CAPACITY

60-75

60-75

75-105

Warning Labels

 

 

 

 

• WEIGHT

9 lbs 3 oz

7 lbs 6 oz

9 lbs 2 oz

(Backside)

• LENGTH

19.25”

19.25”

18.50”

Debris Shield

 

 

 

 

• HEIGHT

15.25”

15.25”

15.00”

Work Contact Element

• MAX. PRESSURE

120 psi

120 psi

120 psi

 

• PRESSURE RANGE

70 - 120 psi

70 - 120 psi

70 - 120 psi

Nail Discharge Area

 

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Operating The Nailer

Read this manual and understand all safety warnings and instructions before operating the nailer.

LUBRICATION

This nailer requires lubrication before using the nailer for the first time and before each use. If an inline oiler is used, manual lubrication through the air inlet is not required on a daily basis.

The work surface

can become damaged by excessive lubrication. Proper lubrication is the owner’s responsibility. Failure to lubricate the nailer properly will dramatically shorten the life of the nailer and void your warranty.

1. Disconnect the air supply from the nailer to add lubricant.

2. Turn the nailer

 

so the air inlet

OIL

is facing up.

 

Place 4-5 drops

 

of 30 W non-

 

detergent oil

 

into air inlet.

 

Do not use

 

detergent oils, oil additives, or air

tool oils. Air tool oils contain

solvents which will damage the nailer’s internal components.

3. After adding oil, run nailer briefly. Wipe off any excess oil from the cap exhaust.

RECOMMENDED HOOKUP

 

1. The air

70 psi

compressor

Min.

must be able

120 psi

to maintain a

minimum of 70

Max.

 

psi when the nailer is being used. An inadequate air supply can cause a loss of power and inconsistent driving.

2. An oiler can be used to provide oil circulation through

the nailer. A filter can be used to remove liquid and

solid impurities which can rust or “gum up” internal parts of the nailer.

3. Use 3/8” air

hoses with a minimum working

pressure of 150 psi. Use 1/2” air hoses for 50’ run or longer. For better performance, install a 3/8” quick plug (1/4” NPT threads) with an inside diameter of .315” (8mm) on the nailer and a 3/8” quick coupler on the air hose.

4.Use a pressure regulator on the compressor, with an operating pressure of 0 - 125 psi. A pressure regulator is required to control the operating pressure of the nailer between 70 and 120 psi.

NO-MAR DECKING TIP

The no-mar decking tip is designed to eliminate marks caused by the serrated work contact element (WCE). The nomar tip may be removed if not required (See REMOVING NO-MAR DECKING TIP). Use tool in single cycle mode (SEE OPERATIONAL MODES) when no-mar tip is in place.

REMOVING NO-MAR DECKING TIP

1. Disconnect air supply from nailer.

2.Remove all fasteners from magazine (See UNLOADING THE

NAILER).

3.Remove no-mar tip retaining ring.

Retaining

Ring

No-Mar Tip

4. Pry no-

No-

mar tip

away

Mar

from the

Tip

 

work

 

contact

Work

element.

Contact

 

Element

5.Replace retaining

ring onto

no-mar

tip, then store tip in safe

place for future use.

INSTALLING NO-MAR DECKING TIP

1. Disconnect air supply from nailer.

2.Remove all fasteners from magazine (See UNLOADING THE NAILER).

3.Remove retaining ring from no-mar tip.

Recommended Hookup

 

 

 

Quick

Quick

Quick Plug

Regulator

 

(Optional)

Oiler

Plug

Coupler

 

 

 

 

Quick

 

 

 

Coupler

 

 

 

(Optional)

 

 

 

Air

 

 

 

Hose

 

 

 

 

Filter

 

 

 

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4.

Carefully

 

 

place no-

 

 

mar tip

 

 

over the

 

 

end of

 

 

work

Grooves

 

contact

 

element.

 

 

Position

 

 

tip onto

 

 

WCE

 

 

making certain serrated gooves on

 

each piece are in line and fit snugly

 

together.

 

5.

Position

 

 

retaining

 

 

ring on no-

 

 

mar tip and

 

 

press firmly

 

 

in place.

 

6.Check that the WCE and trigger move up and down freely without sticking or binding.

Operational Modes

Always know the

operational mode of the nailer before using. Failure to know the operational mode could result in death or serious personal injury.

This stick framing nailer may be operated in the “Single Cycle” or the “Bottom Trip” mode. The nailer is delivered in the single cycle mode. A separate ‘red’ trigger for “Bottom Trip” mode is included with tool as an accessory.

SINGLE CYCLE MODE

When the black trigger is installed, nailer is in single cycle mode. This method is recommended when precise nail placement is required. Operation in this mode requires trigger to be pulled each time a nail is driven. Nailer can be actuated by depressing the Work Contact Element (WCE) against work surface followed by pulling the trigger.

The trigger must be released after each fastener is driven to allow tool to reset.

Since the tool can only be actuated by first removing the finger from the trigger, this is considered to be a more restrictive mode of operation, suitable for less experienced users.

BOTTOM TRIP MODE

When the red trigger is installed, the nailer is in bottom trip mode. This method is recommended when less precise nail placement is required. Operation in this mode requires trigger to be depressed with nailer off of the work surface. Then, the nose of the nailer is tapped against the work surface causing a nail to be driven.

Each time the Work Contact Element is depressed, a nail is driven into the work surface. Extreme care should be taken because a nail will be driven when the WCE is pressed against any surface.

Since the tool can be actuated without removing the finger from the trigger, this is considered to be a less restrictive mode, suitable for more experienced users.

MODE CONVERSION

To convert the tool from one mode to the other:

1.Remove o-ring on the side of trigger pin.

2.Remove trigger pin, trigger, and trigger spring.

3.Switch out only the trigger.

4.Replace trigger spring, trigger, trigger pin, and o-ring.

Do not attempt to modify the trigger components in any manner and do not attempt to use any other trigger components other than those intended for this tool.

Contact your Campbell Hausfeld representative if you have any questions.

Mode Conversion

Trigger spring

O-ring

Trigger

Trigger pin

WORK CONTACT ELEMENT (WCE)

Check the

operation of the Work Contact Element (WCE) trip mechanism before each use.

The WCE must move freely without binding through its entire travel distance. The WCE spring must return the WCE to its fully extended position after being depressed. Do not operate the nailer if the WCE trip mechanism is not operating properly. Personal injury may occur.

1. Disconnect the air supply from the nailer.

2. Remove all nails from the magazine (see Unloading The Nailer).

3.Make sure the trigger and work contact element

(WCE)

move freely up

and

down without sticking or binding.

4. Reconnect air supply to the nailer.

5.Depress the Work Contact

Element (WCE)

against the work surface without

pulling the trigger. The

nailer MUST NOT OPERATE. Do not use the tool if it operates without pulling the trigger. Personal injury may result.

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6. Remove nailer from work

surface. The Work

Contact

Element (WCE) must return to its original

down position. Pull the trigger. The nailer MUST NOT OPERATE. Do not use the tool if it operates while lifted from the work surface. Personal injury may result.

7.Pull the trigger and depress the work contact element (WCE) against the work surface. The nailer MUST OPERATE.

1

2

8.Depress the Work Contact Element (WCE) against work surface. Pull the trigger. The nailer MUST OPERATE.

1

2

into tool at the proper orientation.

4. Squeeze

the pusher and the latch together to

unlatch pusher. Make sure

the head of the last nail is under the head of the pusher.

UNLOADING THE NAILER

1. Always unload all fasteners before

 

removing tool from service.

 

 

Unloading is the reverse of loading,

 

except always disconnect the air

 

hose before unloading.

 

2.

Pull nail

Nail pusher

Latch

 

pusher

 

mechanism

 

 

mechanism

 

 

 

 

 

back until

 

 

 

pusher

 

 

 

engages

 

 

 

with

 

 

 

magazine

 

 

 

latch.

 

 

3.

Hold tool

 

 

 

upright so

 

 

 

nails will

 

 

 

slide

 

 

 

backwards

 

 

 

toward

 

 

 

magazine

 

 

 

slot.

 

 

LOADING THE NAILER

 

 

 

1. Always connect the tool to the air

4.

Squeeze

 

the pusher

 

supply before loading fasteners.

 

 

 

and latch

 

 

 

 

 

2.

Pull nail

Nail pusher

Latch

 

together to

 

pusher

 

unlatch the

 

mechanism

mechanism

 

 

pusher

 

back until

 

 

 

once all

 

pusher

 

 

 

nails have

 

engages

 

 

 

been removed.

 

with

 

 

 

 

 

magazine

 

 

 

 

 

latch.

 

 

 

 

3.

Load strips

 

of fasteners

 

into the

 

magazine

 

slot. Make

 

sure that

 

the nails

 

are placed

ADJUSTING THE NAIL PENETRATION

The NS219001, NS319001 and NS349001 nailers are equipped with an adjustable depth of drive feature. This allows the user to determine how deep a fastener will be driven into the work surface.

1.Adjust the operating pressure to a pressure which will consistently drive the fasteners. Do not exceed the maximum operating pressure of the nailer of 120 psi.

2.To adjust the depth-of-drive, loosen the 4mm bolt on the top of nose. To increase depth, push WCE in toward nose as much as desired. Re-tighten bolt. To decrease depth, pull WCE out as much as desired. Re-tighten bolt.

3.Make sure that the trigger and work contact element (WCE) move freely up and down without binding or sticking after each adjustment.

ANTI-DRY FIRE

These tools are equipped with an Anti-Dry Fire feature. This prevents the WCE from being pushed in when only a few nails remain. Simply load new nail clip behind remaining nails to continue shooting.

ADJUSTING THE DIRECTION OF THE EXHAUST

The nailers are

 

equipped with

 

an adjustable

 

direction

 

exhaust

 

deflector. This

Rotate

is intended to

 

allow the user to change the direction of the exhaust. Simply twist the deflector to any direction desired.

CLEARING A JAM FROM THE NAILER

1. Disconnect

nailer from air supply.

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2. Remove all nails from

the magazine

(see Loading/ Unloading). Failure to do

so will cause the nails to eject from

the front of the tool.

3. Insert a

screwdriver into the

nose of the tool. Push up

on the driver blade to free the jammed nail.

4. Grab the jammed nail with pliers and remove.

Technical Support

Please call our Nailer Hotline at 1-800- 543-6400 with any questions regarding the operation or repair of this nailer or for additional copies of this manual.

Fastener And Replacement

Parts

Use only genuine

Campbell Hausfeld fasteners (or equivalent - see Fastener Interchange Information). Use only genuine Campbell Hausfeld replacement parts.

Never substitute parts. Do not use modified parts or parts which will not give equivalent performance to the original equipment. Tool performance, safety and durability could be reduced.

When ordering replacement parts or fasteners, specify by part number.

Nailer Repair

Nailer repairs must be performed by qualified and experienced service people ONLY.

Assembly Procedure For Seals

When repairing a nailer, the internal parts must be cleaned and lubricated. Parker O-lube or equivalent must be used on all o-rings. Each o-ring must be coated with O-lube before assembling. A small amount of oil must be used on all moving surfaces and pivots. After reassembling, a few drops of 30W nondetergent oil, or equivalent, must be added through the air line before testing.

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Fasteners

NS219001 and NS219500 Tools will also drive fasteners designed for: Sears 18465, Porter Cable FR350, Hitachi NR83A, and Senco FramePro 702XP, 752XP, Ridgid R350RHA, and DeWalt D51844, D51845.

NS349001 and NS319001 Tools will also drive fasteners designed for: Porter Cable FC 350A, Hitachi NR83AA2, Senco FramePro 701XP, 751XP , Ridgid R350CHA, DeWalt D51822, D51823, and Paslode F-3505.

Troubleshooting Guide

Stop using nailer immediately if any of the following problems occur. Serious personal injury could result. Any repairs or replacements must be done by a Qualified Service Person or Authorized Service Center.

 

Problem

Cause

Solution

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Air leaking at trigger valve

O-Rings in trigger valve housing are

Replace O-Rings. Check operation of Work

 

 

 

 

damaged

Contact Element (WCE)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Air leaking between

Loose screws in housing

Tighten screws

 

 

 

housing and nose

Damaged O-Rings

Replace O-Rings

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Damage to bumper

Replace bumper

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Air leaking between

Loose screws

Tighten screws

 

 

 

housing and cap

Damaged gasket

Replace gasket

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nailer skips driving nail

Worn bumper

Replace bumper

 

 

 

 

Dirt in nose piece

Clean drive channel

 

 

 

 

Dirt or damage prevent nails or pusher

Clean magazine

 

 

 

 

from moving freely in magazine

 

 

 

 

 

Damaged pusher spring

Replace spring

 

 

 

 

Inadequate air flow to nailer

Check fitting, hose or compressor

 

 

 

 

Worn O-Ring on piston or lack of

Replace and lubricate O-Rings

 

 

 

 

lubrication

 

 

 

 

 

Damaged O-Ring on trigger valve

Replace O-Rings

 

 

 

 

Air leaks

Tighten screws and fittings

 

 

 

 

Cap gasket leaking

Replace gasket

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nailer runs slow or has loss

Nailer not lubricated sufficiently

Lubricate nailer

 

 

 

of power

Broken spring in cylinder cap

Replace spring

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Exhaust port in cap is blocked

Replace damaged internal parts

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nails are jammed in nailer

Guide on driver is worn

Replace guide

 

 

 

 

Nails are not correct size

Use only recommended nails

 

 

 

 

Nails are bent

Replace with undamaged nails

 

 

 

 

Magazine or nose screws are loose

Tighten screws

 

 

 

 

Driver is damaged

Replace driver

 

 

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Limited Warranty

1.DURATION: From the date of purchase by the original purchaser as follows: – One (1) Year.

2.WHO GIVES THIS WARRANTY (WARRANTOR): Campbell Hausfeld / Scott Fetzer Company, 100 Production Drive, Harrison, Ohio, 45030, Telephone: (800) 543-6400

3.WHO RECEIVES THIS WARRANTY (PURCHASER): The original purchaser (other than for purposes of resale) of the Campbell Hausfeld product.

4.WHAT PRODUCTS ARE COVERED BY THIS WARRANTY: Any Campbell Hausfeld nailer, stapler, air tool, spray gun, inflator or air accessory supplied or manufactured by Warrantor.

5.WHAT IS COVERED UNDER THIS WARRANTY: Substantial defects in material and workmanship which occur within the duration of the warranty period.

6.WHAT IS NOT COVERED UNDER THIS WARRANTY:

A.Implied warranties, including those of merchantability and FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE LIMITED FROM THE DATE OF ORIGINAL PURCHASE AS STATED IN THE DURATION. If this product is used for commercial, industrial or rental purposes, the warranty will apply for ninety (90) days from the date of purchase. Some States do not allow limitation on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitations may not apply to you.

B.ANY INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT, OR CONSEQUENTIAL LOSS, DAMAGE, OR EXPENSE THAT MAY RESULT FROM ANY DEFECT, FAILURE, OR MALFUNCTION OF THE CAMPBELL HAUSFELD PRODUCT. Some States do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you.

C.Any failure that results from an accident, purchaser’s abuse, neglect or failure to operate products in accordance with instructions provided in the owner’s manual(s) supplied with product. Accident, purchaser's abuse, neglect or failure to operate products in accordance with instructions shall also include the removal or alteration of any safety devices. If such safety devices are removed or altered, this warranty is void.

D.Normal adjustments which are explained in the owner’s manual(s) provided with the product.

E.Items or service that are normally required to maintain the product, i.e. o-rings, springs, bumpers, debris shields, driver blades, fuses, batteries, gaskets, packings or seals, fluid nozzles, needles, sandblast nozzles, lubricants, material hoses, filter elements, motor vanes, abrasives, blades, cut-off wheels, chisels, chisel retainers, cutters, collets, chucks, rivet jaws, screw driver bits, sanding pads, back-up pads, impact mechanism, or any other expendable part not specifically listed. These items will only be covered for ninety (90) days from date of original purchase. Underlined items are warranted for defects in material and workmanship only.

F.Cosmetic defects that do not interfere with the product’s function.

7.RESPONSIBILITIES OF WARRANTOR UNDER THIS WARRANTY: Repair or replace, at Warrantor’s option, products or components which are defective, have malfunctioned and/or failed to conform within duration of the warranty period.

8.RESPONSIBILITIES OF PURCHASER UNDER THIS WARRANTY:

A.Provide dated proof of purchase and maintenance records.

B.Call Campbell Hausfeld (800-543-6400) to obtain your warranty service options. Freight costs must be borne by the purchaser.

C.Use reasonable care in the operation and maintenance of the products as described in the owner’s manual(s).

9.WHEN WARRANTOR WILL PERFORM REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT UNDER THIS WARRANTY: Repair or replacement will be scheduled and serviced according to the normal work flow at the servicing location, and depending on the availability of replacement parts.

This Limited Warranty applies in the United States, Canada and Mexico only and gives you specific legal rights. You may also have other rights which vary from state to state or country to country.

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