The HydroSweep by SafeShore carries a two-year, non- transferrable, limited warranty. Specifically, SafeShore warrants that the HydroSweep, under normal use and service as described in this operator’s manual, shall be free from defects in workmanship and material for a period of two years from the date of sale from an authorized SafeShore distributor at retail. The warranty period begins on the original date of your purchase. To receive warranty service, please contact your distributor or SafeShore for assistance at: 800-594‐9165, 2431 Galpin Court, Suite 140, Chanhassen, MN 55317.
When you seek service under this warranty, you will need to provide the original dated bill of sale from the service center. SafeShore, in its sole discretion, will repair or replace the product at no charge if the damage is determined by SafeShore to be covered under the limited warranty. If the damage is not covered by the limited warranty, repairs will be conducted at SafeShore’s standard rate for parts and labor and you agree to pay for the same. Repairs may be performed using reconditioned parts. Any repairs or replacement of the HydroSweep will only be warranted under this limited warranty for the remaining term of the original warranty period. This limited warranty only covers manufacturer defects; it does not cover repairs needed because of normal wear and tear, lack of maintenance, improper installation, unauthorized tampering, unintended use or modification, fire, lightning, accidents, misuse, abuse, or any other matter not under the control of SafeShore.
Warranty Disclaimer. The foregoing limited warranty is in lieu of all other warranties. NO OTHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY IS PROVIDED, AND SAFESHORE SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMS AND ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, THE IMPLIED WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR THE IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY.
Exclusive Remedy. Your exclusive remedy for any breach of the limited warranty shall be the return of the HydroSweep to SafeShore or designated location for repair or replacement, or, at the option of SafeShore, a refund of the purchase price.
Returns. You agree to inspect the HydroSweep upon delivery. If you discover any defects you agree to contact SafeShore immediately. If you bring a claim under the limited warranty you agree to advise SafeShore of any information regarding mishandling, damage, deterioration, alteration, or modification of the HydroSweep or its packaging or any other matter relevant to your claim. You agree to follow SafeShore’s reasonable instructions to return the HydroSweep.
Limitation of Liability. You acknowledge and agree that SafeShore’s maximum liability for any and all losses, injuries or damages (regardless of whether such claims are based on contract, negligence, strict liability or other tort) shall be the purchase price paid for the HydroSweep. YOU AGREE THAT SAFESHORE WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. SafeShore shall not be responsible for installation, dismantling, reassembly or reinstallation costs or charges. You agree that no action, regardless of form, may be brought against SafeShore more than one (1) year after the cause of action has accrued.
Other legal rights.This limited warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you also may have other rights that vary from state to state or country to country. Some states or countries do not allow limitations on implied warranties or the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you.
Maintenance. While the HydroSweep is designed to be virtually maintenance‐free, users should regularly check the unit to ensure it is functioning properly. From time to time, the pump may become clogged or jammed with debris. If this occurs, the user should contact a qualified installation expert. DO NOT PERFORM WORK ON HYDROSWEEP WITHOUT DISCONNECTING ALL POWER SOURCES.
When storing the HydroSweep, clean and store PROP SIDE DOWN which will maximize the lubrication of the seals when not in use. DO NOT open the motor for any reason.
THERE IS A SERIOUS RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK IF HYDROSWEEP IS NOT PROPERLY ASSEMBLED, HANDLED OR INSTALLED. WE RECOMMEND THAT YOU USE A LICENSED ELECTRICIAN.
Electrical Shock Hazard: The HydroSweep is provided with a ground wire or grounding type plug for your protection.
The ground wire must be securely attached to a proper electrical ground, or the grounding type plug must be used only with a properly grounded receptacle. In, addition, it must be served by a “Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter” (GFCI) protected circuit, 15 or 20 Amp, in accordance with the 2014 National Electric Code, Section 555.19(B)(1).
For safety, keep clear of pump when in use. Keep hands clear of pinch points.
Users of the HydroSweep should consult with a licensed electrician on any electrical‐based maintenance and/or installation issues.
Exposure of the HydroSweep to the elements, including but not limited to extreme temperatures and excess sunlight may cause the components of HydroSweep to break down more quickly.
HydroSweep should be removed from water before temperatures drop below freezing.
The HydroSweep unit is operated by electricity. Due to the risk of shock and serious injury, users should always unplug the unit before cleaning it.
Misuse or abuse of the HydroSweep may lead to physical injury or death.
You acknowledge and understand the hazards of using HydroSweep and assume all risks associated with such use.