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Andris R - User & Installation Manual

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GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS 1. Read the instructions and warning in this manual carefully, they contain important information regarding safe installation, use and maintenance. This manual is an integral part of the product. Hand it on to the next user/owner in case of change of property. 2. The manufacturer shall not liable for any injury to people, animals or damage to property caused by improper, incorrect or unreasonable use or failure to follow the instructions reported in this publication. 3. Installation and maintenance must be performed by professionally qualified personnel as specified in the relative paragraphs. Only use original spare parts. Failure to observe the above instructions can compromise the safety of the appliance and relieves the manufacturer of any liability for the consequences. 4. DO NOT leave the packaging materials (staples, plastic bags, expanded polystyrene, etc.) within the reach of children - they can cause serious injury. 5. The appliance may not be used by persons under 8 years of age, with reduced physical, sensory or mental capacity, or lacking the requisite experience and familiarity, unless under supervision or following instruction in the safe use of the appliance and the hazards attendant on such use. DO NOT permit children to play with the appliance. User cleaning and maintenance may not be done by unsupervised children. 6. DO NOT touch the appliance when barefoot or if any part of your body is wet. 7. Before using the device and after routine or extraordinary maintenance, we recommend filling the appliance's tank with water and draining it completely to remove any residual impurities. 8. If the appliance is equipped with a power cord, the latter may only be replaced by an authorised service centre or professional technician. 9. It is mandatory to screw on the water inlet pipe of the unit a safety valve in accordance with national regulations. In countries which have enacted EN 1487, the safety group must be calibrated to a maximum pressure of 1487 MPa (0,7 bar) and include at least a cock, check valve and control, safety valve and hydraulic load cutout. 10. Do not tamper with the Pressure Relief Valve, if supplied together with the appliance; trip it from time to time to ensure that it is not 4

jammed and to remove any scale deposits. 11. It is normal that water could drip from the Safety Relief Valve and EN 1487 safety unit while the appliance is heating up. The pressure relief valve should be fitted in accordance with the relevant G3 Building Regulations. 12. Make sure you drain the appliance and disconnect it from the power grid when it is out of service in an area subject to subzero temperatures. 13. Water heated to over 50 °C can cause immediate serious burns if delivered directly to the taps. Children, disabled persons and the aged are particularly at risk. We recommend installing a thermostatic mixer valve on the water delivery line, marked with a red collar. 14. Do not leave flammable materials in contact with or in the vicinity of the appliance. 15. Do not place anything under the water heater which may be damaged by a leak. 5