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OWNERS MANUALComplete Assembly and Operating Instructionsfor Model 7444 and Model 7455 (Tractor Model)
You have purchased a fine piece ofgardening equipment, which, givenproper care, should last for manyyears.
Additional attachments can be pur-chased through your local authorizedMantis dealer. Optional accessoriescan make your SprayPartner evenmore useful and time-saving.
TABLE OF CONTENTSSECTION 1: Warnings & Decals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 3
SECTION 2: Tools Required for Assembly & Contents . . . . . . . . page 4
SECTION 3: SprayPartner Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pages 5-6
SECTION 4: Operating Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 7
SECTION 5: Recommended Options (Accessories) . . . . . . . . . . . . page 8
SECTION 6: Charging the Battery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 8
SECTION 7: Maintenance of SprayPartner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 9
SECTION 8: Parts List for Flojet Pump . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 9
SECTION 9: Parts List for SprayPartner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 10
SECTION 10: Warranty Statement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Back Cover
WARNING • DANGERATTENTION: THIS SYMBOL POINTS OUT OUR IMPORTANT
WHEN YOU SEE THIS SYMBOL,HEED IT’S WARNING! STAY ALERT!
WARNING • DANGERIMPROPER USE OR CARE OF THIS SPRAYER OR FAILURE TO WEAR
PROPER PROTECTION CAN RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY.
READ AND UNDERSTAND THE RULES FOR SAFE OPERATION AND ALLINSTRUCTIONS IN THIS MANUAL.
ALWAYS WEAR EYE PROTECTION.
WARNING • DANGERREAD AND UNDERSTAND THE WARNINGS, APPLICATIONS, AND USE OF
ANY PRODUCT THAT YOU WISH TO SPRAY.
MANTIS ASSUMES NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR YOUR SPRAYING PRODUCTS AND THEIR EFFECTS.
Important:PLEASE TEST YOUR NEW SPRAYPARTNER WITH WATER
If you have any questions about your SprayPartner,please contact your local authorized Mantis dealer
SECTION 1 - WARNINGS
A). Read and understand Owners Manual BEFORE using the SprayPartner
B). Always read and follow instructions before servicing your SprayPartner.
C). Always wear eye protection.
D). Always inspect your unit before each use and ensure that all handles, hoses, and hose connections are secure, operating and in place.
E). Always maintain a firm footing and good balance.
F). Always clean sprayer with water after each use. Do not let chemicals sit in sprayer.
G). Always dress properly. Wear non-skid shoes to ensure secure and proper footing.
H). Always, when spraying, keep area clear of children, pets, and bystanders.
I). Always stay alert. Watch what you are doing and use common sense. Do not operateunit when fatigued.
J). Keep bystanders at least 10M (30 ft.) away.
A). Do not attempt to pull the sprayer by its hose. It might come loose and cause injury.
B). Do not operate in high winds.
C). Do not over-reach while operating the sprayer.
D). Never direct the spray at any part of the human body or severe injury may result.
E). Don’t drop spray wand to the ground. Dirt may clog the tip. You may also accidentally hit the trigger and spray an area unintentionally.
F). Do not use flammable or explosive liquids in the Spraypartner.
An important part of the safety system incorporated in this SprayPartner are the warningand information decals found on various parts of the SprayPartner. These decals must bereplaced in time due to abrasion, chemicals, etc. It is your responsibility to replace thesedecals when they become hard to read or understand. The location and part numbers(P/N) of these decals are illustrated on page 10.
The only tools youwill need for assem-bly are a slotted and aphillips screwdriver, a7/16 inch open-endbox wrench or anadjustable-endwrench, and a pair ofpliers (or vise-grips).
CHECK YOURPARTS;Your MantisSprayPartner is pack-aged with the tankdetached from thewheels, stand, handleand spray wand.Optional accessoriesare also separatelypackaged. Pressurehose, hardware bag,charger, and hosebracket are packed inthe tank.
SECTION 2 - TOOLS REQUIRED FOR ASSEMBLY AND CONTENTS
Spread out all of the parts on the floor. Make sure that you have:
Description Qty. Key No.Wheels 2 3915 ft. Pressure Hose 1 19Axle 1 41Tank Assembly 1 49Hose Holder 1 45Handle w/grip * 1 43Spray Wand Assembly 1 25Front Stand * 1 37
Assemblies include other attached parts
Hardware Bag for Model 7444includes:Description Qty. Key No. 1/4 Lock washer 6 61/4 Flat washer 6 910-32 nut 2 12#10 Lock washer 2 13Hose clamp 2 161/4-20 x 1 1/2 HHCS 6 331/4-20 nuts 5 361/8 x 1 Cotter pin 2 4210-32 x 1 1/2 PHMS 2 44
* Not included if you purchased SprayPartner Tractor Model 7455. See below for additional parts that come with the tractor model 7455 For complete description of partslist and drawings, see page 10.
Also included with the SprayPartner is a battery charger.
KEY # PART # QTY DESCRIPTION 6 396 6 1/4 Lockwasher9 328 6 1/4 Flat Washer12 M9788 2 10-32 Nut13 M9460 2 #10 Lockwasher33 M9484 6 1/4-20 x 1 1/2 PHMS36 175B 6 1/4-20 Nut45 M9495 2 Hose/Wire Holder57 M9494 2 #10-32 x 3/4 PHMS 58 M9697 1 Tow Bar59 M9698 1 Hose/Wire Holder Bracket60 M9699 2 Tow Bar Tongue61 M9769 1 Hitch Pin
ADDITIONAL PARTS FOR THE SPRAYPARTNER TOWABLE MODEL 7455 ONLY
SECTION 3 - ASSEMBLY OF SPRAYPARTNER
Turn the tank upside down and insert the axle through the bottom of themetal frame. Slide one of the wheels onto each side of the axle. Insert thecotter pins into the holes in the ends of the axle and spread the pins tokeep the wheels affixed on the axle.
Step 1: Install wheels and axle.
Step 2a: Install the support stand and handle. (Omit step 2a if you are going to install Optional Tractor Hitch)
Step 2b: Install the tractor hitch. (Omit step 2b if you do not have the SprayPartner Tractor Model 7455)
With tank upside down (photo 1), insert the stand with the curve facingup. Install the front stand (Key #37) through the openings in the front ofthe frame and line up the holes through the frame with the holes that arein the support stand. Insert the large bolts (Key #33) with flat washers(Key #9) through the frame and into the support stand. Add lock washer(Key #6) and a hex nut (Key #36) into each one of the openings (leave allthe hex nuts loose for now, making sure that all the bolts line up withthe holes. This will be an easier process when the nuts are loose). Whenfinished, tighten all bolts for the front stand.
Insert the sprayer handle (Key #43) with the end that has holes drilled init into the slot on the front of the sprayer frame (Key #35) (photo 2.)Make sure the handle is angled toward the top of the tank. Line up theholes on the frame with those on the handle. Insert a large bolt (Key #33)through the frame and into the handle. Add a washer (Key #9), lock wash-er (Key #6), and a hex nut (Key #36). These can be finger tightened.
Next, take the last of the large bolts (Key #33), a large washer (Key #9),and lock washer (Key #6). Put the bolt through the handle (photo 3) andthe frame plate. Turn it into the nut which is fixed at the bottom of thesprayer tank (photo 2.) Tighten this and the other nut that is holding thehandle onto the tank and the frame. Now turn the sprayer over (rightside up) and set it on its wheels.
STOP - If you purchased a SprayPartner Tractor Model 7455, DO NOT do Step 2a. Proceed with Step 2b.
Determine if you need the offset of the tow bar (Key #58) up or down.This is done by measuring the height of your tractor hitch. If your hitchis 9” or less put the offset down. If more than 9” put the offset up. Seephoto B.
Insert the tow bar (Key #58) through the square hole on the front of thesprayer frame. Line up the holes on the frame with those on the tow bar,making sure your offset is correct (see step 2.) Insert a large bolt (Key #33)through the frame and the tow bar (Key #58.) Add a washer (Key #9), lockwasher (Key #6), and a hex nut (Key #36.) These should be loosely tightened.
Next, take a large bolt (Key #33), lock washer (Key #6) and washer (Key#9), and put the bolt through the tow bar and thread it into the nut whichis fixed at the bottom of the sprayer tank. Tighten this, the other nut thatis holding the handle onto the tank and the frame and all other nuts. Nowturn the sprayer over (right side up) and set it on its own wheels.Shown with offset up
Install 4 bolts (Key #56) through right and left frame rails and frame plate.Add Washer (Key #9), Lock Washer (Key #6) and Hex Nut (Key #36.)
(Key #’s referenced from page 10)
SECTION 3 - ASSEMBLY OF SPRAYPARTNER (continued)
Put the tank lid (Key #47) on the top of the sprayer tank (photo 7) and turnit clockwise to tighten.
SPECIAL NOTE:SprayPartner battery is only slightly charged. To charge battery - refer to page 8.
Your SprayPartner is now assembled and after a full battery charge it’sready for operation.
Step 3: Install the hose and spray wand.
Step 3: Install the Tank Lid.
Use a screwdriver to loosen the hose clamps (Key #16 included in thehardware bag) and place one on either end of the 15' hose approximatelyone inch in from each end of the hose. Take one end of the hose and slipit over the hose barb (photo 4) located at the top of the pump makingsure that it fits tightly to the end of the nozzle. Use a screwdriver toopen the hose clamp and slide it down to the end of the hose, over thepart of the hose that is on the outlet nozzle. Then tighten the clamp.
Insert the other end of the hose over the nozzle of the spray wand (photo 5),open the hose clamp and slide this clamp over the portion of the hosenow attached to the wand. Then tighten the clamp.
Install the two small bolts (Key #44) through the hose bracket (Key #45)and through the sprayer handle (photo 3.) Place two small washers (Key#14), a lock washer (Key #13) and a hex nut (Key #12) on each one of thebolts and tighten. Now coil up the hose (Key #19) and lay it over thehose bracket. Insert the wand into the gripper clips (Key #50) on top ofthe tank.
Attach the hose holder bracket (Key #59) in a vertical position using largebolts (Key #33) with washer (Key #9), lock washer (Key #6) and hex nuts(Key #36.)
Using small bolts (Key #57), lock washers (Key #12), and nuts (Key #13)in hardware bag attach the hose holders (Key #45) to the hose holder brack-et as shown on page 4. One bracket is for the hose, the other is for thewire that goes to the 12V battery.
Using two large bolts (Key #33) attach the tow bar tongues (Key #60) (oneabove, one below the tow bar) as shown on page 4. Use lockwasher (Key#6), washer (Key #9 ), and hex nut (Key #36) then tighten. Insert hitch pin(Key #61) through the holes in the tow bar tongues (Key #60.)
Step 2b: Install the tractor hitch (for Model 7455.) Continued
Before operating your Mantis SprayPartner, make sure all bolts, nuts andhose connections have been properly tightened. Now that this has beenaccomplished we are going to take you for a test run.
Loosen the top filler cap (turn it counterclockwise) and remove. Fill upyour SprayPartner tank with water. Easy to read liquid volume levels areembossed on the side of the tank. Replace the filler cap and tighten secure-ly (clockwise). Remove the wand from its clamps and hold in your hand.Aim the wand away from people (and other objects you do not wish towater!). With your other hand pull the knob (photo 1.) located on the rightside of the electric motor. This knob activates the motor which, in turn,starts the pump.
To make efficient use of the battery, we’ve equipped the SprayPartnerwith a special intermittent pump. This pump will automatically shut offwhen the sprayer has the ideal pressure (50 PSI). The pump will startagain when more pressure is needed.
The pump may actually remain off for several minutes at a time (especiallyif you are using a fine mist). This special intermittent pump is designedto give your battery the longest possible life between charges.
The pump is rated at a maximum of 2.2 gallons per minute, but the actualvolume during use will be lower because of the fittings and hose.
With harmless water now spraying from the wand, test out theadjustable nozzle (photo 2) at the end of the wand to get a sense of thedifferent types of sprays — from fine, wide misting, to long, far- reachingstreams of water (for hard - to - reach tops of trees). Keep testing thesprayer until you feel comfortable with its operation. When finishedspraying, push the knob in to turn off the pump. Release the pressure inthe hose by depressing spray wand handle. Stretch the hose out on theground. Beginning at the pump end of the hose, wrap the hose onto thehose bracket.
NOTE: If the SprayPartner will not spray, check the ball valve (key #30)on the bottom of the tank and make sure it is ‘OPEN.’
How to prime the pump:Occasionally, during normal use, you may need to prime the pump. Todo this, check to be sure that the filter is clean, that there are severalinches of fluid over the suction hole in the bottom of the tank (full tankis best), and that the battery has at least an 8 hour charge. Remove theadjustable nozzle from the spray wand. Point the wand back into theopen tank and hold the handle on the spray wand fully open. Turn on thepump. (Several minutes may be needed to prime.)
SECTION 4 - OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
NOTE: Don’t be surprised if the pump onyour new SprayPartner shuts itselfoff while you are spraying. It’s supposed to!
NOTE: When using wettable powders, it is very important to stir the mixture periodically to prevent the powder
from settling onto the bottom of the tank over the suction hole (this may result in clogged lines).
NOTE: The SprayPartner Tractor Model 7455 does not have a battery. Model 7455 has wireswith alligator clips that connect to your tractor battery’s terminals.
When connecting the towable SprayPartner, FIRST make sure the pump switch is off. Then connect the the RED (+)clip to the positive (+) side of the 12V battery. And the BLACK (-) clip to the negative (-) side of the battery. !!
SECTION 5 - USE OF RECOMMENDED OPTIONS (ACCESSORIES)
TRACTOR HITCH: Item 7413Allows you to pullyour SprayPartner along in total ease and comfort behindyour garden tractor or riding mower.
“BE PREPARED” HANDYITEM KIT: Item7418Provides you with peaceof mind and virtually guaran-tees that future spraying jobswon’t be stopped because youneed a vital part.
2-NOZZLE SPRAY BOOM: Item 7411Allows precise spraying of two garden rows atone time and for applying fertilizers or weedkillers to lawns.
Charging the BatteryYour SprayPartner Batteryshould last for many years ifyou give it proper care. Afterspraying approximately 2 to 5tanks full (depending on typeof usage, operating tempera-tures, etc.) your battery mayneed charging.
Note: If your pump runs for 1 1/2 hrs. at a full charge,your battery is holding it’s charge correctly.
Please follow these instructions:1.) Insert the metal end of the charger into the battery
charging receptacle located on the side of the stain-less steel battery case. Make sure the plug is insert-ed as fully as possible.
2.) Plug the box-like end directly into a standard wall socket. (Do not use an extension cord.)
3.) Charge your battery for up to 8 hours. 4.) See seperate charging instructions that come with
NOTE: If battery is totally discharged (the pump willnot even run), charging may take up to 16 hours. Donot charge battery more than 16 continuous hours atany time.(Extensive charging can harm the battery and willvoid the warranty.)
SECTION 6 - CHARGING THE BATTERY(DOES NOT APPLY TO TRACTOR MODEL)
12-VOLT LONGLIFE BATTERY: Fully contained DC powersystem (never have to add water) which can take regularcharging for many hours.
PLUG-IN BATTERY CHARGER: Helps guarantee a fullcharge at all times (and uses a minimum amount ofpower to do so!) Extra batteries and chargers are avail-able from Mantis. If the battery is a replacement, anew jack assembly is not necessary.
Disconnecting the Battery from Sprayer.1.) Remove battery case lid.2.) Carefully remove the black wire going to the
battery at the connection on top of the battery. This is the negative wire and the battery’s marked with – (negative) and + (positive) symbols. Repeat this process with the red wire (positive lead).
3.) Remove the 4 bolts holding the metal battery case to the tank. Carefully remove battery.
4.) When reconnecting make sure that you connect theblack wire to the negative (–) section and the red wire to the positive (+) section.
SPECIAL NOTE:Some customers like to purchase an extra battery tohave on hand “just in case.” You should also purchasean extra jack assembly in order to charge the batterywithout having to place it in the SprayPartner’s batterybox.
Accessories are available from your local authorized Mantis dealer.
The Handy Item Kit contains:Spray Nozzle
2 Hose Clamps‘O’ Ring
2 Mesh Screens2 Nylon Elbows
CleaningYour SprayPartner tank should be cleaned after eachuse. It should also be cleaned before storage and beforechanging chemicals. Use a mild detergent soap andflush with clean warm water.
How to Drain TankTurn off the pump. Locatethe ball valve (key # 30)under your SprayPartner(see parts breakdown onpage 10). Close the ballvalve. Unscrew the bowl(Key # 31C) and removethe strainer screen (Key #31B.) Open the ball valve,and the tank will drainthrough the bowl opener.Flush with clean water ifnecessary. Replace the
strainer screen and bowl. Close the ball valve.
Cleaning of Bowl and Strainer ScreenLocate the bowl (Key #31C) and Strainer Screen (Key#31B) under your SprayPartner (see parts breakdown onpage10). Carefully remove the bowl and StrainerScreen. Clean the bowl and strainer screen as neededduring operation and before storage.
NOTE: When replacing bowl be sure not to overtighten. This may cause bowl to crack.
SECTION 7 - MAINTENANCE OF SPRAYPARTNER
SECTION 8 - PARTS LIST (FLOJET PUMP #500100)
StorageBefore storing for the season, charge the battery. Cleanand dry the tank, pump, and hose. Store in a clean, dryarea.
Winterizing TipsTo assure that your SprayPartner will perform well foryou next spring; there are two very important thingsthat you must do.
1.) Clean and flush out the tank, hoses, nozzle, etc.with warm water and a mild detergent and then rinsewith clear water. Run it until it's dry (it won’t hurt thepump) so that no water is left to freeze.
*2.) The sealed lead acid battery is designed to last formany years, but it must not be left dormant all winter.You should charge it once a month. If it’s more conve-nient, simply disconnect the battery and put it in ashed or in a dry cellar and periodically charge it there.See page 8 for instructions to disconnect the battery.
NOTE: DO NOT LEAVE THE CHARGER CONNECTED FOR LONG PERIODS OF TIME.
An 8 hour charge is all you need. Over-charging willcause damage to the battery.
Then store it away where it will be relatively dry anddust - free. Do this and your SprayPartner will be readyto serve you next season.
SPECIAL NOTE: If you are in an area withfreezing temperatures, remove bowl when storing, to avoid cracking the bowl.
Be sure to order any new parts and supplies you mayneed for your next spraying season. Order from yourlocal authorized Mantis dealer.
Key PartNo. No. Description1 500200 12 Volt Motor2 M9514 Brush Endbell Assy.4 M9516 Baseplate Assy. (5&6)5 M9517 Grommets6 M9518 Baseplate Screws7 M9721 Cam/Bearing Screws8 M9722 Cam/Bearing Set Screw9 500201 Cam Bearing Kit10 M9724 Bearing Cover11 M9725 Pistons (Inner & Outer)12 M9524 Diaphragm Kit (incl 11)13 M9506 Check Valve Assy. (Santo)13-1 M9508 Check Valve Assy. (Viton)14 M9505 Upper Housing/Pressure Switch15 M9529 Pump Screws
500202 Pump Head Assy. (7 thru 15)500203 Pump Service Kit (9,11,12,13)
If pump fails to turn off - after discharge valves are closed, check:• Out of spray material • Punctured pump diaphram • Leak in hose• Defective pressure switch • Insufficient voltage to pump • Defective pump check valve • Warn pump bearing.
Low flow and pressure:• Air leak at pump intake • Accumulation of debris inside pump andhoses • Worn pump bearing (excessive noise) • Punctured pumpdiaphragm • Defective motor • Defective pump check valve.
*Does not apply with Tractor Model.
IT IS VERY IMPORTANT TO REMEMBERTO CLEAN THE BOWL AND STRAINER
SECTION 9 - PARTS LIST (SPRAYPARTNER)
Key Qty PartNo. 7455 7444 No. Description1 - 1 M9448 Battery Charger Jack Assembly*2 1 1 M9449 Battery Box Lid3 4 4 M9450 10-32 x 1 PHMS4 1 1 M9451 3/8 Grommet5 8 8 M9452 1/4-20 x 1/2 whiz bolt6 10 6 396 1/4 Lock Washer7 - 1 M0065 12 Volt Battery8 1 1 M9455 Battery Box9 10 6 328 1/4 Flat Washer
10 1 1 M9457 20 Amp Fuse11 1 1 M9458 Push-Pull Switch12 6 6 M9778 #10-32 Nut13 6 6 M9460 #10 Lock Washers14 4 6 300508 #10 Flat Washers15 1 1 M9462 1/4 MPT x 3/8 HB Nylon Elbow16 2 2 M9463 Hose Clamp17 1 1 500100 Flojet Pump18 1 1 M9465 1/4 MPT x 1/2 HB Nylon19 1 1 M9466 15' Hose20 2 2 M9467 1/2 Spring Clamp21 1 1 M9468 Suction Hose23 1 1 M9791 Wand Assembly26 1 1 M9473 1/2 FPT x 1/2 HB Nylon27 1 1 M9474 Frame Rail Left28 1 1 M9475 1/2 Nylon Pipe Nipple29 1 1 M9476 1/2 pvc st ell30 1 1 M9477 1/2 Ball Valve31 1 1 M9478 1/2 Line Strainer Assy.(inc.
Key Qty PartNo. 7455 7444 No. Description
The following is a complete list of replacement parts for the Mantis SprayPartner. To order parts or accessories,please order by Part Number, Part Description, and Quantity desired. Order from your local authorized Mantis dealer.
31A 1 1 M9479 O-Ring31B 1 1 M9480 Strainer Screen 80 Mesh31C 1 1 M9481 Bowl31D 1 1 M9482 Body32 1 1 M9483 1” Grommet33 6 6 M9484 1/4-20 x 1 1/2 PHMS34 - 1 M0066 12 Volt Battery Charger35 1 1 M9486 Frame Plate36 9 5 175B 1/4-20 Nuts37 - 1 M9488 Front Stand39 2 2 M9489 16” Spoke Wheel40 1 1 M9490 Frame Rail Right41 1 1 M9446 Axle, For use with plastic wheel42 2 2 M9492 1/8 x 1 Cotter Pin43 - 1 M9493 Handle44 2 2 M9494 10-32 x 1 1/2 PHMS45 2 1 M9495 Hose Holder46 2 2 M9496 8-32 x 1/2 RHSB47 1 1 M9497 Tank Lid48 - 1 M9498 Handle Grip49 1 1 M9499 Tank50 2 2 M9500 Gripper Clips52 4 4 M9517 Rubber Vib. Absorption Grommets53 1 1 M9420 Warning Label54 2 2 M9419 SprayPartner Label55 1 1 M9421 Customer Notice/Pump Life Label
- 1 Bag 7444 Hardware bag for Model 74441 - Bag 7455 Hardware bag for Model 7455
56 4 - M9691 1/4-20 x 3/4 PHMS
Part Kits for Spray WandPart No. Qty. Description
500106 1 Nozzle Repair Kit:Adjustable NozzleNozzle CapFilter
500107 1 Seal Repair Kit:Spring CapSealSpringPlungerLarger Viton ‘O’ Ring PlungerSmall Viton ‘O’ Ring
500108 1 Handle Repair Kit:Black Handle for Trigger ValvePin for HandleLocking Latch
SprayPartner Tractor Model 7455Additional Parts List
Key Part Qty. DescriptionNo. No.
58 M9697 1 Tow Bar59 M9698 1 Hose/Wire Bracket60 M9699 2 Tow Bar Tongue61 M9769 1 Hitch Pin
M9767 1 Strain ReliefM9755 1 12' Cord
SprayPartner Spray Wand Repair Kits
(Parts available only in kits)
Seal Repair KitP/N 500107
Lg. Viton ‘O’ Ring Plunger
Small Viton ‘O’ Ring
Nozzle Repair KitP/N 500106
Handle Repair KitP/N 500108
Black Handle for Trogger Valve
Pin for Handle
LIMITED WARRANTY INFORMATIONMANTIS SPRAYPARTNER
Mantis extends only to the original consumer purchaser a limited warranty against defects in materialand workmanship for a period of two years. This warranty covers all portions of the MANTISSprayPartner products.
MANTIS will repair or, at its option, replace any defective part or parts of the product free of charge. Inthe event of a defect or malfunction, the purchaser must send the product, postage prepaid, to a localauthorized Mantis dealer.
MANTIS assumes no responsibility in the event that the product was assembled or used in contraven-tion of any assembly, care, safety, or operating instructions contained in the Owners Manual; was notused with reasonable care; or was used for other than normal and intended purposes.
MANTIS MAKES NO EXPRESS WARRANTIES OR REPRESENTATIONS EXCEPT THOSE CONTAINEDHEREIN. THE DURATION OF ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY, INCLUDING MERCHANTABILITYAND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, IS LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THE EXPRESSWARRANTY. MANTIS DISCLAIMS ALL LIABILITY FOR INDIRECT AND/OR CONSEQUENTIALDAMAGES. SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW LIMITATIONS ON HOW LONG AN IMPLIED WARRANTY LASTS AND/OR DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTALOR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO THAT ABOVE LIMITATIONS AND EXCLUSIONS MAY NOTAPPLY TO YOU. THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS, AND YOU MAY HAVEOTHER RIGHTS WHICH VARY FROM STATE TO STATE.
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Specifications, descriptions, and illustrative material in this literature are as accurate as known at the time of publication, but are subject to change without notice.
P/N 500701 11/01© Mantis 2000Printed in USA
SECTION 9 - WARRANTY STATEMENT
SprayPartner - Pump
SprayPartner - Tractor Hitch