1 BTFP02040 AIR COMPRESSOR OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL BEFORE OPERATING THIS COMPRESSOR, THE USER SHOULD STUDY THIS MANUAL TO UNDERSTAND AND FOLLOW THE SAFETY WARNINGS AND INSTRUCTIONS. KEEP THESE INSTRUCTIONS WITH THE COMPRESSOR FOR FUTURE REFERENCE. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, CONTACT YOUR BOSTITCH REPRESENTATIVE OR DISTRIBUTOR. N /12 BOSTITCH FASTENING SYSTEMS
2 INTRODUCTION Congratulations on your purchase of a High Performance BOSTITCH Portable Air Compressor. This compressor has been designed to provide compressed air to power various pneumatic tools - including pneumatic fastening tools. Before assembling, operating or maintaining this air compressor, users must read and understand the information contained in this operation and maintenance manual. Carefully review the Rules for Safe Operation section in this operation and maintenance manual and fully understand all warnings and instructions. Danger indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, WILL result in death or serious injury. Warnings indicate a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided,could result in death or serious bodily injury. NOTICE!: Notice indicates important information that if not followed correctly could result in damage to equipment. INDEX Rules for Safe Operation Electrical Grounding Instructions Specifications...5 Features...6 Operation Instructions Maintenance Trouble Shooting guide Warranty NOTE: Bostitch compressors have been engineered to provide excellent customer satisfaction and are designed to achieve maximum performance. RULES FOR SAFE OPERATION Be Educated: All users must read and fully understand all information contained in this operation and maintenance manual before assembling, operating, or maintaining this air compressor. Avoid Moving Parts: When the compressor is plugged into an electrical source and the pressure switch is in the ON position, this compressor will turn on automatically. Never touch any moving parts. Keep all body parts, hair, clothing, and jewelry away from moving parts. Never operate the air compressor without all guards and shrouds in place. Never stand on the compressor. 2
3 RULES FOR SAFE OPERATION (continued) Attachments and Accessories: For any attachment or accessory you will be using with this compressor, the maximum allowable recommended pressure should be clearly marked on the product or should be clearly noted within the operations manual. Exceeding the pressure rating of these attachments (including, but not limited to: air tools, air operated accessories, spray guns, air hose, air hose connections, tires and other inflatables) could cause them to fly apart or explode and could result in serious injury. Never exceed the maximum allowable pressure recommended by the manufacturer of any attachment or accessory you use with this compressor. Personal Protection: The employer and/or user must ensure that proper eye protection is worn. Eye protection equipment must conform to the requirements with the applicable parts of AS/NZS :2010 and AS/NZS :2007. NOTICE!: Non-side shielded spectacles and face shields alone do not provide adequate protection. Additional Safety Protection will be required in some environments. For example, the working area may include exposure to noise level which can lead to hearing damage. The employer and user must ensure that any necessary hearing protection is provided and used by the operator and others in the work area. Some environments will require the use of head protection equipment. When required, the employer and user must ensure that head protection conforming to the applicable parts of AS 1800 and AS/NZS 1801:1998. Always wear eye protection. Wear proper hearing and head protection. Compressed air blast must never be aimed at anyone. Compressed air can cause bodily injury and can propel loose particles and small objects at high speed. Keep children away from area of operation. This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety. Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance. Transporting: Always disconnect the air compressor before transporting. Use the handle to move the compressor. Do not drag or pull the compressor by the power cord or air hose. Air Tank: Due to condensation associated with the process of compressing air, moisture will build up inside your compressor s air tank. Drain tank of moisture daily (See General Maintenance). Failure to drain moisture from the tank properly could lead to the formation of rust and thinning of the steel tank. FAILURE TO REGULARLY DRAIN TANK MAY CAUSE TANK CORROSION AND RISK OF TANK EXPLOSION, RESULTING IN SERIOUS INJURY. TO AVOID RISK OF TANK FAILURE DURING USE, DRAIN TANK AFTER EACH USE OR EVERY FOUR HOURS OF OPERATION TO PREVENT CONDENSATION BUILD-UP AND TANK CORROSION. 3
4 RULES FOR SAFE OPERATION (continued) DO NOT PERFORM WELDING OR REPAIR OPERATIONS ON THE AIR TANK OF THIS COMPRESSOR. WELDING ON THE AIR COMPRESSOR TANK CAN SEVERELY IMPAIR TANK STRENGTH AND CAUSE AN EXTREMELY HAZARDOUS CONDITION. WELDING ON THE TANK IN ANY MANNER WILL VOID THE WARRANTY. Ventilation: RISK OF FIRE OR EXPLOSION - DO NOT SPRAY FLAMMABLE LIQUID IN A CONFINED AREA. SPRAY AREA MUST BE WELL VENTILATED. DO NOT SMOKE WHILE SPRAYING AND DO NOT SPRAY WHERE SPARK OR FLAME IS PRESENT. KEEP COMPRESSORS AS FAR FROM SPRAYING AREA AS POSSIBLE. Risk of Burns: All air compressors generate heat, even operating under normal conditions. Bostitch compressors have been designed to reduce the risk of burns by limiting access to tubes and cylinder head parts. In areas where tubes are exposed, a protective sheathing has been added to the tubes to reduce risk; however, risk of burns does exist. To avoid serious burns, never touch the cylinder head parts or tubing during or immediately after operation. ELECTRICAL GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS: This product should be electrically grounded. In the event of an electrical short circuit, grounding reduces the risk of electrical shock by providing an escape wire for electrical current. This product is equipped with a cord having a grounding wire with an appropriate grounding plug. The plug must be plugged into an outlet that is properly installed and grounded in accordance with all local codes and ordinances. IMPROPER INSTALLATION OF THE GROUNDING PLUG CAN RESULT IN A RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK. If a repair or replacement cord is necessary, do not connect the grounding wire to either flat blade terminal. Check with a qualified electrician or serviceman, if the grounding instructions are not completely understood or if there is doubt as to whether this product is properly grounded. Do not modify the plug provided. If the supplied plug does not fit the outlet, have the proper outlet installed by a qualified electrician. This product is shipped for use on a nominal 240-volt. The motor of this compressor has a thermal overload protector. If the motor should overheat, the overload protector will shut the motor off. If this occurs, turn the compressor off and allow the motor to cool. When the temperature returns to normal, reset the motor protector manually and turn the compressor on. NOTICE! Do not stop the compressor by pulling out the plug. Use only the On/Off switch, which operates a pressure relief valve on the compressor. If the compressor is plugged in with the switch in the On position, the compressor may have trouble restarting against the high pressure which could cause excessive heat build up and could damage the motor. Safety Valve: This compressor is equipped with a safety valve that is set to avoid over-pressurization of the air tanks. This valve is factory pre-set and will not function unless tank pressure reaches this pressure. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO ADJUST OR ELIMINATE THIS SAFETY DEVICE. ANY ADJUSTMENTS TO THIS VALVE COULD CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY. If this device requires service or maintenance, see an Authorized BOSTITCH Service Center. 4
5 ELECTRICAL GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS: (continued) Duty Cycle: To avoid overheating of the electric motor, this compressor is designed for the intermittent operation as indicated on the dataplate: S3-75 means 7.5 minutes ON and 2.5 minutes OFF. If this air compressor pumps air more than the duty cycle, then the compressor s capability is less than the air delivery required by the application. Always match the air volume requirements of the attachment or accessory with the air volume delivery of the compressor. NOTICE!: BOSTITCH does not recommend the use of extension cords with compressors. The use of an extension cord can result in the loss of voltage supplied to the compressor which could prevent the compressor from starting. For optimum performance, plug the compressor directly into an outlet and increase the length of airline as needed. If an extension cord must be used, use these guidelines: Distance Needed Recommended Gauge Less than 10 meters 1 10 A meters A Greater than 15 meters Not Recommended NOTICE!: If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its service agent or similarly qualified persons in order to avoid a hazard. BTFP02040 SPECIFICATIONS Motor: 1.1 running HP 240 V 1 ph/ 50 Hz Duty Rating: S3 75% (7.5min ON, 2.5min OFF) Fuse Requirements: 10 Amps minimum Operating Pressure: BAR (0-125 PSI) Safety Valve Setting: 10 BAR (145 PSI) Air Delivery: BAR PSI Air Displacement 235 l/min Sound Level per ISO 4 meters 76 db(a) Maximum Amps at Working Pressure: 7.0 Tank Size: 14 Liters (4 gallons) Air Outlet: 6.35 mm (1/4") NPT with Nitto fitting Pressure Switch Settings: 7 BAR (100 PSI) 8.6 BAR (125 PSI) Weight: 27.3 kg (60 lbs.) Insulation Class: F Max AMB. Temp.: 40 C / 104 F LTR/MIN = Liters Per Minute PSI = Pounds Per Square Inch Code Certification: Products that bear one or more of the following marks:, have been evaluated by NATA certified independent safety laboratories and meet the applicable AS/NZS Standards for Safety 5
6 FEATURES OF THE BOSTITCH BTFP02040 A. On/Off Switch B. Air Tank Pressure Gauge: The tank pressure gauge indicates the air pressure that is present in the tank in PSI (lbs/sq. in.) and BAR. C. Regulated Pressure Gauge: The regulated pressure gauge indicates the amount of pressure that is allowed into the discharge line/quick connect (I) according to the setting of the regulator. D. Pressure Regulator E. Motor Reset F. Check Valve G. Safety Valve H. Air Tank Drain Valve: A drain valve is located on each tank for draining condensation to help prevent tank corrosion. I. Air Outlet with Quick Coupler J. Pressure Switch: The pressure switch is the activation mechanism that is used to start and stop the compressor. When the switch is turn on the ON position, the motor and pump will compress air until tank pressure reaches the upper limit of the factory set operating pressure. When tank pressure falls below the factory set cut in pressure, the compressor will again automatically turn on and start to compress air. K. Pump Oil Dipstick L. Site Glass M. Pump Oil Drain Plug N. Air Intake Filter B C N A D K J I F M L G E 6 H
7 OPERATION Pre-Start Procedures: 1. Inspect the compressor for any damaged components Do not operate if compressor is damaged. 2. Verify that the tanks have been drained and are clear of any moisture or dirt. (See Draining Tank ). 3. INSTALLING THE DIPSTICK To prevent oil from spilling during shipping, the air compressor has a plug installed in the oil fill hole. Before using the unit the first time, replace the plug with the oil fill dipstick and check the oil level. Remove the plug from the oil fill hole. Insert the dipstick into the oil fill hole. Remove the dipstick and check the oil level, making sure the oil registers between the MIN and MAX reference levels on the dipstick. If the level does not register between those areas, refer to Checking the Oil in the Operation section of this manual. Replace the dipstick. 4. BREAKING IN THE PUMP Perform the following steps to break in the pump before using the air compressor for the first time. Make sure the plug in the oil fill hole has been replaced with the dipstick and the oil level falls within the MIN and MAX range. Turn the pressure regulator knob fully clockwise to open the air flow. Lift the knob to adjust the air flow, and push down to lock. Place the switch in the OFF (O) position. Open both drain valves completely. NOTE: The air compressor has two separate tanks: an upper tank and a lower tank. Be sure to open drain valves for both. Connect the air compressor to a power supply. Place the switch in the ON ( I ) POSITION and run the air compressor for 10 minutes to break in pump parts. Place the switch in the OFF (O) position. Close the drain valves. 5. ATTACHING A HOSE (Not Supplied) Make sure the air compressor is off and unplugged. Rotate pressure regulator knob fully counterclockwise. Attach hose with male connector to Nitto fitting on air compressor. Do not attach any tools to the open end of the hose until start-up has been completed. 7
8 OPERATION (CONTINUED) 1. CHECKING THE OIL The compressor is supplied with 354 ml of ISO100/SAE 40 Non-Detergent Oil for filling the pump crank case before operation. It is necessary to check the oil level before each use, and add oil if needed. NOTE: Always check the oil when the unit is sitting on a level surface. Insert the dipstick into the oil fill hole until it stops. Remove the dipstick and check the oil level. Make sure the reading is between the MIN and MAX reference levels on the dipstick. NOTE: Never let the oil drop to a level lower than MIN. Maximum level is reached when the oil reaches the MAX level reference on the dipstick. Reinsert the dipstick securely into the oil fill hole. To add oil: Remove the dipstick. Using a funnel, carefully pour oil into the oil fill hole. Refill only with ISO100/SAE 40 Non-Detergent Oil or Equivalent. NOTE: Avoid using too much oil. Ensure that the level of the oil does not exceed the maximum reference level on the dipstick. Reinsert the dipstick securely into the oil fill hole. 2. USING THE AIR COMPRESSOR Ensure power switch is in the OFF (O) position and air compressor is unplugged. If not already installed, attach hose (not supplied) to compressor as previously instructed. Attach hose fitting to accessory or tool you intend to use. Always ensure the switch is in the OFF (O) position and the regulator pressure gauge reads zero before changing air tools or disconnecting the hose from the air outlet. Failure to do so could result in possible serious personal injury. Connect the power cord to the power supply. Turn the switch ON ( l ). Pull and rotate pressure regulator knob to desired line pressure. Turning the knob clockwise increases air pressure at the outlet; turning counterclockwise reduces air pressure at the outlet. When you have regulated the pressure, push the regulator knob. Following all safety precautions in this manual and the manufacturer s instructions in the air tool manual, you may now proceed to use your air-powered tool. Your tool may require more air consumption than this air compressor is capable of providing. Check the tool manual to avoid damage to the tool or risk of personal injury. Control the amount of air flow with the pressure regulator knob. Turning the knob fully counterclockwise will completely stop the flow of air. NOTE: Always use the minimum amount of pressure necessary for your application. Using a higher pressure than needed will drain air from the tank more rapidly and cause the unit to turn on more frequently. When finished, always drain the tank and unplug the unit. Never leave the unit plugged in and/or running unattended. 8
9 OPERATION (CONTINUED) 3. COLD WEATHER STARTING Turn the switch to the OFF (O) position. Turn the tank drain valves counterclockwise to open. NOTE: The air compressor has two tanks. Be sure to open both tank drain valves. Turn the switch out to the ON ( l ) position and run the compressor for 1-2 minutes. Turn the switch to the OFF (O) position. Turn the tank drain valves clockwise to close. NOTE: The air compressor has two tanks. Be sure to close both tank drain valves. Follow normal operating procedures. 4. DRAINING THE TANKS To help prevent tank corrosion and keep moisture out of the air used, the air tanks of the compressor should be drained daily. NOTE: The air compressor has two separate tanks: an upper tank and a lower tank. Be sure to open drain valves for both and perform this operation for both tanks. To drain: Rotate drain valves counterclockwise to open. Tilt to drain moisture from tanks into a suitable container. NOTE: Condensate is a polluting material and should be disposed of in compliance with local regulations. If drain valves are clogged, release all air pressure, remove and clean valves, then reinstall. Unplug the air compressor and release all air from the tanks before servicing. Failure to depressurize tanks before attempting to remove valve may cause serious personal injury. Rotate drain valves clockwise until tightly closed. 5. CHECKING THE SAFETY VALVE Do not attempt to tamper with the safety valve. Anything loosened from this device could fly up and hit you. Failure to heed this warning could result in death or serious personal injury. The safety valve will automatically release air if the air receiver pressure exceeds the preset maximum. The valve should be checked before each day of use by pulling the ring by hand. Turn the air compressor on and allow the tanks to fill. The compressor will shut off when the pressure reaches the preset maximum. Turn the air compressor off. Pull the ring on the safety valve to release air for twenty seconds. Release the ring. Air will stop escaping when the ring is released at approximately 20 PSI. Any continued loss of air after releasing the safety valve ring indicates a problem with the safety valve. Discontinue use and seek service before continued use of the air compressor. If air leaks below 1.5 BAR (20 PSI) after the ring has been released, or if the valve is stuck and cannot be actuated by the ring, Do not use the air compressor until the safety valve has been replaced. Use of the air compressor in this condition could result in serious personal injury. 9
10 MAINTENANCE Service and Maintenance: Prior to performing service and maintenance to the compressor, always disconnect all accessories and attachments from the unit, and disconnect the compressor from the electrical source. When replacing parts, only use Genuine BOSTITCH replacement parts. 1. REPLACING THE AIR FILTER If you notice a reduction in performance of the air compressor, and the air delivery is lower than desired, it may be necessary to replace the air filter. A clogged air filter reduces performance and can cause increased wear. Unplug the air compressor. Allow the unit to cool for five minutes if needed. To remove the old air filter, remove the two phillips head screws from the black plastic air filter cover. Using a clean, dry cloth, wipe away any loose dirt or debris before reinstalling the new filter. Insert the new air filter and reassemble the filter cover being careful not to over tighten the screws. 2. CHANGING THE OIL Replace the oil after the first 100 hours of operation and every 300 hours following the first oil change. Place a suitable container underneath the drain to collect used oil. Remove the drain plug with a 7/16 in. hex key. When the used oil has drained, reinstall the drain plug and tighten with the wrench. Remove the dipstick. To refill, use a funnel to pour oil into the fill hole. Refill only with ISO100/SAE 40 Non- Detergent Oil or Equivalent. NOTE: Avoid refilling with too much oil. Ensure that the level of the oil does not exceed the maximum reference level on the dipstick. The recommended amount of oil for refilling is 240 ml (8 oz.). Reinsert the dipstick securely into the oil fill hole. ANY OTHER SERVICE SHOULD ONLY BE PERFORMED BY AN AUTHORIZED BOSTITCH SERVICE CENTER The Stanley Works Pty Ltd Consolidated Warranty Terms This warranty is provided by The Stanley Works Pty Ltd (Stanley Australia) Warranty related enquiries and claims may be directed to: Stanley Black & Decker Pty Ltd 82 Taryn Drive, Epping, Victoria 3076 Australia Hotline: New Zealand Hotline:
11 PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE SOLUTION Compressor will not run Motor hums but cannot run or runs slowly Fuses blow/circuit breaker trips repeatedly 1) Loss of power or overheating 2) No electrical power 3) Blown shop/house fuse 4) Shop/house breaker open 5) Thermal overload open 6) Pressure switch bad 7) Tank is full of air 1) Low voltage 2) Wrong gauge wire or length of extension cord 3) Shorted or open motor winding 4) Defective check valve or unloader 1) Incorrect size fuse, circuit overload 2) Wrong gauge wire or length of extension cord 3) Defective check valve or under loader TROUBLESHOOTING 1) Check for proper use of extension cord 2) Check to be sure unit is plugged in. Check fuse/breaker or motor overload 3) Replace shop/house blown fuse 4) Reset shop/house breaker, determin ing why problem happened 5) Motor will restart when cool 6) Take compressor to service center 7) Compressor will turn on when tank pressure drops to cut-in pressure 1) Check with voltmeter 2) Check for proper gauge wire and cord length 3) Take compressor to service center 4) Take compressor to service center 1) Check for proper fuse, use time-delay fuse, disconnect other electrical appli ances from circuit or operate compressor on its own branch circuit 2) Check for proper gauge wire andcord length 3) Take compressor to service center Thermal overload protector cuts out repeatedly Air receiver pressure drops when compressor shuts off 1) Low voltage 2) Lack of proper ventilation room temperature too high 3) Wrong gauge wire or length of extension cord 1) Loose connections (fittings, tubing, etc.) 2) Loose drain valve 1) Check with voltmeter 2) Move compressor to wellventilated area 3) Check for proper gauge wire and cord length 1) Take compressor to service center 2) Tighten drain valve Do not disassemble check valve tank drain valves or safety relief valve with air in tank - bleed tank. Excessive moisture in discharge air Compressor runs continuously Compressor vibrates Air output lower than normal 1) Excessive water in air tank 2) High humidity 1) Defective pressure switch 2) Excessive air usage 11 1) Drain tank 2) Move to area of less humidity; use air line filter 1) Take compressor to service center 2) Decrease air usage; compressor not large enough for tool s requirement 1) Loose mounting bolts 1) Tighten mounting bolts 1) Broken inlet valves 1) Take compressor to service center
12 LIMITED WARRANTY Our goods come with guarantees that cannot be excluded under Australian Consumer Law. You are entitled to a replacement or refund for a major failure and compensation for any other reasonably foreseeable loss or damage. You are also entitled to have the goods repaired or replaced if the goods fail to be of acceptable quality and the failure does not amount to a major failure. 1. General Limited Warranty against Defects 1.1 (Applicable brands) Stanley Australia manufactures and markets a range of premium quality professional hand tools and accessories, under the Stanley, Sidchrome, Bostitch, Proto (including products marketed as "by Proto"), Facom and ABW brands (Stanley Products). 1.2 (Warranty against defects) Under this warranty, Stanley Australia warrants that, subject to the limitations and conditions in this document, each Stanley Product will be free from defects in workmanship and materials for the applicable warranty term (set out below) and will be repaired or replaced free of charge if the applicable conditions of this warranty are met. You may have additional rights in relation to Stanley Products under the Australian Consumer Law. 1.3 (Limitations on express warranty) This warranty is offered to you only if you are the original purchaser of the Stanley Product in addition to all statutory rights conferred on you. Claims under this warranty are limited to the cost of repairing or replacing the product. You may be able to claim for other forms of loss or damage under the Australian Consumer Law. 1.4 (Term of warranty) Stanley Australia offers this warranty for the term of the useful life of all Stanley Products, with the following exceptions: (a) The warranty against defects in materials and workmanship for Stanley Products with electrical or electronic components is twelve (12) months; (b) Sidchrome and Facom airtools are warranted for two (2) years from the date of purchase, excluding normally wearing parts such as vanes, gaskets and o-rings; (c) Sidchrome and Facom electronic instruments are warranted for six (6) months from the date of purchase; (d) Sidchrome and Facom testing instruments are warranted for twelve (12) months from the date of purchase; (e) Sidchrome, Proto and Facom torque wrenches, torque multipliers and torque testers are warranted for twelve (12) months, except for calibration which is warranted for ninety (90) days from the date of purchase (torque products are precise measuring devices that require care in handling. Stanley Australia recommends that all torque wrenches be recalibrated at least once per year, depending on usage); (f) Bostitch branded pneumatic staplers or nailers are warranted for a period of seven (7) years from the date of purchase; and (g) Bostitch compressors and tools used in production applications are warranted for twelve (12) months from the date of purchase. Under this warranty where more than one of the above exceptions applies, the shortest warranty period is the applicable period. 1.5 (Express exclusions from warranty) Unless otherwise specified, this warranty does not cover: (a) Modified, abused, neglected, accidentally damaged or excessively worn products, or products that have become damaged or defective as a result of improper use; (b) Repairs attempted or made by other than our regional repair centre or authorised warranty service centre; (c) Conditions or malfunctions caused by the reasonable effects of fair wear and tear or the malfunction of normally wearing parts, which include but are not limited to: vanes, gaskets, o-rings, driver blades, bumpers, pistons and piston rings; (d) Consumable items, such as batteries, trimming knives, drill points, surform blades, hacksaw blades, hole saws, staples or nails, if they have been used; 12
13 (e) Universal sockets, universal joints, thin-wall impact sockets, adapters and retaining rings; (f) Facom products that are not distributed through Stanley Australia's authorised Distributors and resellers; and (g) Ultrasonic measuring tools. 1.6 (Products capable of repair) For certain Stanley Products that are found to be defective but repairable, it may only be necessary to replace a particular part. Where this is applicable, only replacement of the defective, required part will be free of charge. Items which Stanley Australia may consider repairable include, but are not limited to, socket ratchets, flexbars, torque wrenches, bit braces, hand drills, air tools, planes & laser levels. 1.7 (Non-warranty repairs at customers cost) For the avoidance of doubt, parts of socket ratchets and other repairable items that are merely experiencing the reasonable effects of fair wear and tear are not covered by this warranty but Stanley may provide replacement parts or a replacement product at your cost. 1.8 (Warranty non-transferrable) This warranty is not transferrable beyond the original purchaser. 2. How to make a warranty claim Unless otherwise specified by Stanley Australia, the process for making a warranty claim is as follows: (a) Any product subject to a warranty claim should be returned to the place of purchase for assessment by a Stanley Australia distributor or representative. You are responsible for returning the product to the place of purchase unless the cost of returning, removing or transporting the product is significant, in which case you should contact Stanley Australia to make alternative arrangements. (b) You must present proof of purchase when making a warranty claim. (c) The claim under this warranty (you may have additional rights under the Australian Consumer Law) will be assessed by a Stanley Australia distributor or representative on the basis of their product knowledge and reasonable judgment and will be accepted if: (i) a relevant defect is found; (ii) the warranty claim is made during the relevant warranty period set out in cl 1.4 of this warranty; (iii) none of the exclusions in cl 1.5 of this warranty apply. (d) Upon acceptance of a claim under this warranty, Stanley Australia will send you a replacement product or arrange for your product to be repaired free of charge. (e) Any warranty related enquiries or claims may be directed to Stanley Australia at the address or contact details listed above. 3. Repair notices Goods presented for repair may be replaced by refurbished goods of the same type rather than being repaired. Refurbished parts may be used to repair the goods. The repair of your goods may result in the loss of any user-generated data. Please ensure that you have made a copy of any data saved on your goods. 13
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16 (e) Universal sockets, universal joints, thin-wall impact sockets, adapters and retaining rings; (f) Facom products that are not distributed through Stanley Australia's authorised Distributors and resellers; and (g) Ultrasonic measuring tools. 1.6 (Products capable of repair) For certain Stanley Products that are found to be defective but repairable, it may only be necessary to replace a particular part. Where this is applicable, only replacement of the defective, required part will be free of charge. Items which Stanley Australia may consider repairable include, but are not limited to, socket ratchets, flexbars, torque wrenches, bit braces, hand drills, air tools, planes & laser levels. 1.7 (Non-warranty repairs at customers cost) For the avoidance of doubt, parts of socket ratchets and other repairable items that are merely experiencing the reasonable effects of fair wear and tear are not covered by this warranty but Stanley may provide replacement parts or a replacement product at your cost. 1.8 (Warranty non-transferrable) This warranty is not transferrable beyond the original purchaser. 2. How to make a warranty claim Unless otherwise specified by Stanley Australia, the process for making a warranty claim is as follows: (a) Any product subject to a warranty claim should be returned to the place of purchase for assessment by a Stanley Australia distributor or representative. You are responsible for returning the product to the place of purchase unless the cost of returning, removing or transporting the product is significant, in which case you should contact Stanley Australia to make alternative arrangements. (b) You must present proof of purchase when making a warranty claim. (c) The claim under this warranty (you may have additional rights under the Australian Consumer Law) will be assessed by a Stanley Australia distributor or representative on the basis of their product knowledge and reasonable judgment and will be accepted if: (i) a relevant defect is found; (ii) the warranty claim is made during the relevant warranty period set out in cl 1.4 of this warranty; (iii) none of the exclusions in cl 1.5 of this warranty apply. (d) Upon acceptance of a claim under this warranty, Stanley Australia will send you a replacement product or arrange for your product to be repaired free of charge. (e) Any warranty related enquiries or claims may be directed to Stanley Australia at the address or contact details listed above. 3. Repair notices Goods presented for repair may be replaced by refurbished goods of the same type rather than being repaired. Refurbished parts may be used to repair the goods. The repair of your goods may result in the loss of any user-generated data. Please ensure that you have made a copy of any data saved on your goods /B
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