National Warranty manual

S E C T I O N 5 — H OM E C OM P O N E N T S A N D T O P I C S

Caution: Never plug a refrigerator or food freezer into a GFCI-controlled outlet. The contents will be ruined and the limited warranty does not cover such damage. Each GFCI circuit has a test and reset button. Once each month, press the test button. This will trip the circuit. To return service, press the reset button. If a GFCI breaker trips during normal use, it may indicate a faulty appliance and you will need to investigate the problem. One GFCI breaker can control multiple outlets. Grounded System Your electrical system is a three-wire grounded system. Never remove the bare wire that connects to the box or device. Light Bulbs You are responsible for replacing burned-out bulbs other than those noted during your orientation. Luminous Light Panels Translucent panels covering ceiling lights are made of polystyrene plastic. To clean, gently push up, tilting the panel slightly and remove it from the fixture frame. Wash with a diluted (one to two percent) solution of mild detergent and warm water. Do not rinse; the soap film that remains reduces static electricity that attracts dust. Bulbs for these fixtures can be purchased at home centers or hardware stores. Avoid exceeding the wattage indicated inside the fixture.

TIP: Over time, the plastic panel may yellow and become brittle and may need to be replaced if it cracks or breaks. Replacement material can be found at home centers and hardware stores. Most suppliers will cut the panel to fit, so if you need to purchase a replacement be sure to note the size you need.

Modifications If you wish to make any modifications, contact a licensed electrician. Having another electrician modify your electrical system during the warranty period can void that portion of your limited warranty. Outlets If an outlet is not working, check first to see if it is controlled by a wall switch, GFCI or Arc Fault. Next, check the breaker. If there are small children in the home, install safety plugs to cover unused outlets. This also minimizes the air infiltration that sometimes occurs with these outlets. Teach children to never touch electrical outlets, sockets or fixtures. Underground Cables Before digging, check the location of buried service leads by calling the local utility locating service. In most cases, wires run in a straight line from the service panel to the nearest public utility pad. Maintain positive drainage around the foundation to protect electrical service connections.


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