Model T. and T. Hybrid

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

 

CAUTION: Always keep this device upright when filled with liquid.

 

CAUTION: To minimise the risk of fire, electric shock, and injury, make sure you read the following precautions carefully when installing and using the device and act accordingly. Failure to follow safety precautions in this manual could result in serious injury or death.

 

Do not perform the installation of the device without first reading manual and all information provided below.

 

Use only original accessories provided by the manufacturer, authorized distributor, or dealer. It is prohibited to interfere in any way with any electrical parts of the device or to reconfigure them.

 

For smooth operation, it is advised to check regularly that the device is working properly, and if in doubt to contact your distributor or service provider.

 

If you wish to use a power extension cable, make sure that it is a certified one and installed away from any sharp edges, heat sources, and flammable materials.

 

When removing the plug from the socket, hold the socket with one hand rather than pulling the cable by force.

 

This electrical device is not intended for use by unsupervised children, by persons with limited physical, sensual, or mental abilities, unless they work under the supervision of a person responsible for their safety or receive proper instructions from him or her on how the device should be used in a way that warranties safety.

 

It is prohibited to operate a device that has been damaged, is incomplete, or rebuilt without the manufacturer’s consent.

 

CAUTION: Do not smoke near the device! Do not use near an open fire.

 

CAUTION: Make sure that the device is installed on solid ground where it will not fall over or become unstable.

Ensure it is located in a place where there is no increased humidity, and it is placed at a safe distance from any water supply that could come into contact with the electrical components of the device.

CAUTION:

For safe and correct set-up and subsequent use of the device, please read all provided information herein, the full online manual, and all safety precautions of the device.

 

CAUTION:

For safe and correct set-up and subsequent use of the device, please read all provided information herein, the full online manual, and all safety precautions of the device.

 

VENTING THE SYSTEM – FOR MODELS 2.9 AND OLDER

  1. With the power off, unscrew the nozzle and remove.
  2. With the power on, place your hand below the sensor several times to bleed air from the system until liquid flows continuously.
  3. Turn off the power and reattach the nozzle.
  4. Turn on the power. The device is now ready to use.

LINK TO VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=34qpVSygW7k

 

VENTING THE SYSTEM – FOR MODELS 3.0 AND NEWER

  1. With the power on, take off the service door with the key provided.
  2. Press the button located in the middle of the upper section of the service compartment until you receive the proper mist.
  3. Close the service door.
  4. The device is now ready to use.

CAUTION:

For safe and correct set-up and subsequent use of the device, please read all provided information herein, the full online manual, and all safety precautions of the device.

 

CAUTION:

All maintenance work should be performed with particular care after carefully reading the instructions for the specific model.

 

CAUTION:

Due to the high-quality finish and unique features are sensitive to the negative impact of various physical and chemical factors. Therefore the end-users are obliged to ensure proper physical and chemical conditions of storing, installing, and using the devices.

 

PERIODIC ACTIONS:

In order to maintain the warranty for the period indicated, the following actions must be carried out according to the recommendations indicated in the table. For further detailed instructions of each action scroll down to maintenance slides.

 
Activity Frequency Remarks
Cleaning the optical sensor. Once every 30 days of use. Procedure below
Cleaning the bayonet filter. Every time you replace the maintenance fluid tank. Disconnect the appliance from the mains. Wipe first with a damp cloth and then with a dry cloth the filter at the end of the suction bayonet.
Ventilation of the hydraulic system. Every time you replace the maintenance fluid tank. Procedure below
Empty the drip tray of excess liquid. Each time the liquid level in the tray has exceeded half the tray capacity. Procedure below
Replacing the dipstick filter. Every 12 months. Procedure below
Cleaning the spray nozzle. Every month. Procedure below
Replacement of the liquid tank. Every time the liquid runs out. Procedure below

 

PROCEDURES:

Link to video: https://youtu.be/DucBQgXT9po

 

Link to video: https://youtu.be/RL02Ly_c0JE?t=30

 

Link to video: https://youtu.be/9OOFYzlaQGA

 

Link to video: https://youtu.be/uOPFDaSR_hg

 

 

 

 

 

CAUTION:

For safe and correct set-up and subsequent use of the device, please read all provided information herein, the full online manual, and all safety precautions of the device.

 

CAUTION:

All maintenance work should be performed with particular care after carefully reading the instructions for the specific model.

 

CAUTION: 

When not sure what is the problem with the device please secure the device and after switching off the device, check if the liquid does not come out of the device. In order to avoid slipping on the spilled liquid, you should put up a sign indicating the possibility of a slippery floor. After properly securing the device, call your service operator.

 

CAUTION:

In order to maintain the correct warranty period, all solutions shall be conducted by a local service provider or person authorised by the local service provider.

 

 
Problem Solution 1 Solution 2 Solution 3 Remarks
What to do If I put my hand under the sensor and nothing comes out of the dispenser? Check the level of the liquid. If the tank is empty, exchange the tank. If no, go to Solution 2. Check if the lower LED is lighting, and the upper LED when you put your hand under it. If not, the problem is electrical system. Turn off the device carefully and call service. If the LED lights are working go to the Solution 3. If the liquid level is okay, and the lights are working, it is possible single component failure. Immediately switch off the device, take the liquid tank out and take the device to a safe place and call service for central unit exchange. After switching off the device, check if the liquid does not come out of the device. In order to avoid slipping on the spilled liquid, you should put up a sign indicating the possibility of a slippery floor. Local service provider or person authorised by the local service provider.
What to do if there is a liquid spilled around the device. Switch off the device. In order to avoid slipping on the spilled liquid, you should put up a sign indicating the possibility of a slippery floor. Wipe out the floor nearby. When done properly go to Solution 2. Verify if the cause of the spilled liquid by checking the back compartment and the correctness of the tank position and cap. If this caused the spilled the liquid, then place in the right position, wipe all liquid with dry cloth and turn on the device. If the tank position is okay go to Solution 3. Verify the level of liquid in the drip tray. If it’s filled with liquid – proceed with emptying the drip tray procedure here. If that is not cause of the problem then take the liquid tank out and take the device to a safe place and call service to proceed with proper diagnose and exchanging the central unit of the device. After switching off the device, check if the liquid does not come out of the device. In order to avoid slipping on the spilled liquid, you should put up a sign indicating the possibility of a slippery floor. Local service provider or person authorised by the local service provider.
What to do if the amount of liquid in one dose is too big or too small. Switch off the device and proceed with cleaning the nozzle procedure. You can find it here. If that does not work proceed with Solution 2. The setting of the timer needs to be changed to the default or demanded position. You can check how to proceed over here. The amount recommended by the producer is 0.5 sec. If that does not work go to Solution 3. If Solution 2 and 3 does not work, the nozzle needs to be replaced with new one. You can find the full procedure of how to change the nozzle over here. If all solutions provided herein does not work call the service for central unit exchange. After switching off the device, check if the liquid does not come out of the device. In order to avoid slipping on the spilled liquid, you should put up a sign indicating the possibility of a slippery floor. Local service provider or person authorised by the local service provider.
What to do if the device is spraying at the wrong frequency or in the wrong time intervals. The timer in the device needs to be programmed for the right setting. The correct programme is P-1, and 0.5 second time. Full procedure of how to do that can be found here. If that does not work proceed with Solution 2. That may be a broken timer. Switch off the device. Call the service for central unit exchange. After switching off the device, check if the liquid does not come out of the device. In order to avoid slipping on the spilled liquid, you should put up a sign indicating the possibility of a slippery floor. Local service provider or person authorised by the local service provider.
What to do when the device sprays itself without interaction with the user. That means that the lens of IR sensor may be dirty. Turn off the device and clean the sensor. Full sensor cleaning procedure can be found here. If that does not work proceed with Solution 2. That means that the drip tray may be filled up with liquid. Proceed with cleaning the drip tray procedure that can be found here. If that does not work proceed with Solution 3. If solution 2 and 3 does not work, the sensor may be in the wrong position in terms of the light of reaction. Turn off the device and proceed with the sensor setting procedure that can be found here. If all solutions provided herein does not work call the service for central unit exchange. After switching off the device, check if the liquid does not come out of the device. In order to avoid slipping on the spilled liquid, you should put up a sign indicating the possibility of a slippery floor. Local service provider or person authorised by the service local service provider.
What to do if the device is not working, despite the fact that is plugged to AC mains. Check if the cable is not bented and that the sockets are plugged correctly. If that does not work call the service for central unit exchange or fuse exchange.

 

Saniteasy International 

Limited Warranty Certificate 

Covered Products: Saniteasy Model T. /Model T. Hybrid

 

FOR WARRANTY SERVICE OR REPAIR: 

Contact the installer or the Saniteasy Products dealer.

 You may be able to find the installer’s name on the equipment or in your Manual. 

 

For help, contact: 

Saniteasy International Sp. z o.o.

1st Koscierska Street

83-300 Kartuzy

Poland

European Union

www.saniteasy.co

OFFICE@SANITEASY.CO

 

Product registration: You can register your product at: www.saniteasy.co/registration 

 

Fill in the installation date, model and the serial number of the unit in the space provided below and retain for your records. 

 

Model No. :

Serial No. :

Date of Installation :

Installed by :

Name of Owner :

Address of Installation :

 

Before first use of the Product read the Installation Manuals, and follow these instructions. Failing this, the Buyer runs into the risk of improper use/installation and damage of goods. 

For such damage, the Seller bears no liability. 

 

Throughout the use of a purchased Product it is essential that the buyer pays sufficient attention to the common rules for usage or use the Product for purposes the product is intended for. 

 

Another essential condition for maintaining good condition of the goods and its functionality is regular maintenance. Improper or inadequate maintenance significantly reduces the functionality and durability of the goods.

 

Saniteasy warrants this product against failure due to defect in materials or workmanship under normal use and maintenance as follows. 

 

All warranty periods begin on the date of original installation and are for the duration, in years and/or amount of uses listed below assigned to different variants of Model T.

 

If a part fails due to defect during the applicable warranty period Saniteasy will provide a new or remanufactured part, at Saniteasy option, to replace the failed defective part at no charge for the part. 

 

Except as otherwise stated herein, those are Saniteasy’s exclusive obligations under this warranty for a product failure. All warranties in this document are subject to all provisions, conditions, limitations and exclusions listed in this document. 

 

VARIANT Variant 4.1 and 4.1.H

(Norprene hose pump system)

Variant 4.2.M and 4.2.M.H.

(Membrane 1 bar pressure system)

Variant 4.4.M and 4.4.M.H.

(Membrane 3 bar system)

MONTHS/USES* 12 Months or 500.000 Uses 12 Months or 750.000.000 Uses 12 Months or 1.000.000 Uses

 

*Values shown above apply only to the use of operating liquids recommended by Saniteasy International. All systems are not covered by this warranty when using liquid other than recommended by Saniteasy International.

 

The warranty period is one (1) year on parts. 

The warranty is to the original owner only and is not available for subsequent owners. 

 

LEGAL REMEDIES – The owner must notify the Company or Local Distributor, Dealer or Local Service Provider in writing, by certified or registered letter to Saniteasy, Warranty Claims, 11th Fishermans Square, 81-734 Sopot, Poland, EU  of any defect or complaint with the product, stating the defect or complaint and a specific request for repair, replacement, or other correction of the product under warranty, mailed at least thirty (30) days before pursuing any legal rights or remedies.

 

CONDITIONS: The Limited Warranty only applies if the following conditions are met: 

  1. To obtain periods as shown in the table above, the product must be properly registered at www.saniteasy.co/registration within thirty (30) days of original installation. In jurisdictions where warranty benefits conditioned on registration are prohibited by law, registration shall be executed from the date of purchase. 
  2. If the original installation date cannot be verified, then the warranty period begins thirty (30) days from the date of product purchase (as indicated by the model, serial number and purchase document). 
  3. Proof of purchase may be required at time of service. 
  4. The unit must be installed, and warranty work must be performed, by a licensed dealer or contractor. 
  5. The unit must be installed in accordance with Saniteasy’s installation instructions and in compliance with local codes. Improper installation may endanger the occupants of the dwelling or damage the product. 
  6. The unit must be operated in accordance with Saniteasy’s owner’s manual provided with each unit. The product must not be misused. 
  7. The unit’s rating plate must not be removed or defaced. 
  8. Proof must be supplied that the equipment has been properly maintained over the life of the warranty, i.e. recommended periodic maintenance works. 
  9. The unit must be installed and located in the European Union, Norway or United Kingdom. 
  10. Warranties apply only to products installed in their original installation location. 
  11. Defective parts must be returned to the distributor through a servicing dealer. 

 

LIMITATIONS OF WARRANTIES  

The express warranties made in this warranty are exclusive and may not be altered, enlarged, or changed by any distributor, dealer, or other person, whatsoever. 

Warranties do not cover any batteries or chargers whatsoever.

 

THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER: 

  1. Labor or other costs incurred for diagnosing, repairing, removing, installing, shipping, servicing, or handling of either failed parts, or replacement parts, or new units. 
  2. Any product not installed pursuant to applicable regional efficiency standards issued by the Department of Energy. 
  3. Normal maintenance as outlined in the installation and servicing instructions or owner’s manual including nozzle cleaning, bayonet filter cleaning and/or replacement, pump hose replacement. 
  4. Damage or repairs required as a consequence of improper shipping or handling, faulty installation, misapplication, abuse, improper servicing, unauthorized alteration, and/or improper operation. 
  5. Failure to start or damages due to voltage conditions, blown fuses, open circuit breakers, or the inadequacy, unavailability, or interruption of electrical.
  6. Failure or damage as a result of floods, winds, fires, lightning, accidents, corrosive environments, rust and wear, or other conditions beyond the control of Saniteasy. 
  7. Parts not supplied or designated by Saniteasy, or damages resulting from their use. 
  8. Any special, indirect, or consequential property or commercial damage of any nature whatsoever. 

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