Manufacturer’s Limited Warranty, Cautions and Restrictions for Your Products
This Warranty is limited to the original purchaser and to the remedies of repair or replacement (no Labor) which shall constitute the exclusive remedies available under this Warranty; all other remedies or recourse which might otherwise be available are hereby waived by the Purchaser. Purchaser understands that no cash refunds will be made and Kaemark and its distributors are not responsible for any labor costs associated with replacement.
Kaemark and its distributors will have no further obligations or liability for damages arising out of or in connection with the use or performance of the product, including, without limitation, damages for personal injury and/or economic losses. In NO event shall Kaemark and its distributors be liable for consequential or incidental damages resulting from the breach of any implied or express warranties. Any applicable implied warranties including warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose are hereby limited in duration to the warranty periods for the particular product.
The warranty shall not come into effect and Kaemark will have no obligations under this warranty, unless and until Kaemark and its distributors are PAID in FULL for the products to be warranted hereunder. Once full payment is received the warranty period begins to run from the date of delivery.
Warranty Exclusions. Kaemark’s warranty obligations shall not apply to defects caused by ordinary wear and tear, insufficient maintenance or improper operation or use by Owner. This warranty does not extend to any products: (a) that have been subject to misuse, neglect, abuse, improper storage, accident (other than an accident caused by the product itself), or that have not been properly maintained; (b) that weight restrictions have not been adhered to (c) that have been modified by any Third Party; (d) that have been disassembled, serviced, or reassembled by any Third Party, (e) improperly installed or an unauthorized attempt to repair or by accident, fire, lightning or other hazard outside of Kaemark’s control.
EXCEPT AS EXPRESSLY SET FORTH IN THE MANUFACTURER’S LIMITED WARRANTY ABOVE, KAEMARK DISCLAIMS ALL OTHER WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, IN FACT OR IN LAW, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
Restrictions and Care of Products
Weight Restriction for Kaemark U.S. Made Chairs: Static Weight capacity 350 lbs. for dryer, shampoo and styling chairs. NOTE: Make sure that the chair is in the lowest position for the customer to initial sit and to get out of the chair.
Weight Restriction for Kaemark Import/Savvy Chairs: Static Weight capacity 300 lbs. for dryer, shampoo and styling chairs. NOTE: Make sure that the chair is in the lowest position for the customer to initial sit and to get out of the chair.
Maintenance All Chairs
- Perform regular maintenance on the hydraulic pump chairs. EVERY TWO MONTHS pump the chair all the way up and let it come all the way down 8-10 times every 60 days. This will ensure proper lubrication.
- EVERY MONTH check the nuts and bolts to the chair because they can become loose or fall off during constant use. Tighten any loose bolt but do not overtighten. If a chair seems to be wobbly or unstable, STOP USE IMMEDIATELY UNTIL REPAIRED, call Kaemark and a technician can assist you if required.
- If there is any part of the chair, that is not functioning correctly or remains loose after performing the proper maintenance, STOP USE IMMEDIATELY and contact Kaemark for further instructions.
- When cleaning salon floors, be sure to pull the pump treadle up to set it in a lock position BEFORE moving hydraulic chairs. If you lift up on the chair top without locking the pump treadle you will pull the hydraulic shaft up from the pump allowing air to seep into the pump. Should this happen, you will need to pump the chair all the way up and continue pumping three or four strokes while it is up to “bleed” the air out of the unit. Let the chair all the way down and pump it all the way up again several times and your hydraulic pump should function properly. Please note that even if the pump treadle is in locked position, it does not lock the chair top to the base so do not lift the chair top only because the base may fall out.
- Detergents should never be used on a regular basis for normal cleaning. Kaemark recommends repeated rinsing with clear water after any cleaning procedure. This includes citrus based and powder abrasive cleaners.
- Direct contact with paint strippers will remove the print pattern from vinyl. Paint strippers are very corrosive. Take care to avoid skin contact by wearing protection.
- Steel wool, and industrial strength cleaners are not recommended for vinyls.
- Any lacquer solvent will cause immediate irreparable damage to the vinyl.
- Wax should never be used on any vinyl upholstery, as it will cause premature embrittlement and cracking.
- If flammable solvents such as alcohol, turpentine or mineral spirits are used for cleaning, then only small quantities should be applied in a well ventilated area. Exercise proper care by advising personnel in the area and keep away from any ignition source. Always wear protective gloves.
- Installation- check your local plumbing codes before installing. Kaemark cannot be held responsible for knowing the local plumbing codes in all jurisdictions. Any plumbing not performed by a licensed plumber will void the warranty, if any.
- Faucet Assembly-Teflon tape (not supplied) or other approved pipe sealant must be applied to all connections and copper tubing. These connectors and tubing can become loose in shipping. Tighten and inspect all connections before the water is turned on.
- Leaks can affect your pipes and water pressure and can cause damage to your facility if not addressed immediately. MONTHLY you are responsible to check for leaks by inspecting your hoses, cabinets and surrounding areas. Look for signs of moisture, such as puddles of water, water marks, a musty smell and mold growth. MONTHLY check your hoses for wear and tear and replace if needed.
- If you have extremely cold weather you can take precautionary steps to reduce the risk of freezing. You may leave your cabinet doors that house the pipes open to allow warm air inside. Allow the water to trickle from each faucet when temperatures are extremely cold.
- All electrical work must be done by a licensed electrician. Do not attempt to make any repairs or modifications on your own. Any electrical work not performed by a licensed electrian will void the warranty, if any.
- Power Strip: DO NOT connect the power strip to an ungrounded outlet. DO NOT use the power strip with 2-wire extension cords or adapters. This power strip is designed for indoor use only. Install the power strip away from heat-emitting appliances such as radiators or heat registers. Do not install where excessive moisture is present. Do not plug extension cords into the power strip. Do not drill into any part of the housing or open the housing for any reason. There are no user-serviceable parts inside.
- Do not plug in equipment that draws more total amps than your Power Strip’s amperage rating or you will trip the circuit breaker.
- All cabinetry and millwork must be properly installed as required for safety and code. Units attached to the wall must use proper anchors and/or requires proper blocking. If you have any doubts, make sure a professional carpenter is doing the work.
- Acidic or abrasive cleaners can damage laminate surfaces; do not use them.
- Drain cleaners containing lye will permanently damage any laminate surface. If you spill a drain cleaner, wipe it up immediately and rinse several times with water.
- Hair, textile and food dyes can cause permanent stains. If dye should happen to spill, wipe it up immediately with dishwashing detergent or an all-purpose cleaner.
- Never place pots or dishes directly from the oven or burner on an unprotected laminate surface; such extreme heat can cause cracking or blistering.
- Do not work with oven cleaners on an unprotected countertop. Wipe spills away promptly and rinse several times with water.
- Rust removers contain harsh chemicals which will quickly cause permanent damage. If a spill occurs, wipe off all residue immediately, wash thoroughly with soapy water and rinse several times.
- Steel wool and other abrasive pads will damage laminate. Don’t use them for cleaning and don’t store steel wool pads on your countertop; the metal can rust and leave stains.
- Toilet bowl cleaners contain harsh chemicals that can cause permanent damage. If spills occur, wipe up immediately, wash surface with soapy water and rinse several times.
- Use a Non Abrasive cleanser, a soft cloth and rinse well with plain water. Using abrasive cleaners will dull the finish and may make the bowl more difficult to clean and may cause cracking.
- Do not put weight on the bowl or drop metal, hard plastic or ceramic objects in the bowl because this could cause the bowl to crack. Kaemark is not responsible for bowl cracking.