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Nutone IM-4406NuTone IAA440 Expansion Kit for IM-4406WH/IM4406L Intercom System, Add
Expansion Kit. Broan-NuTone Expansion KitBroan-NuTone CollectionAdds Up to 6 Additional Stations

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Brand: BROAN NUTONE
Part Numbers: IAA440, NT-IAA440, iaa440
UPC: 0784891134579, 784891134579


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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
AM/FM RADIO/CD PLAYER INTERCOM SYSTEM
MODEL: IM-4406 SERIES MASTER STATION
This booklet contains information for installing the master station. All system wiring and rough-in frames should be installed before mounting and wiring the master station. Refer to the installation instructions packaged with the rough-in frames for detailed wiring information. For more detailed information on wiring and mounting other system components (i.e., speaker, remote control, etc.), refer to the installation instructions packaged with each separate component.
IM-4406 SERIES REPRESENTATIVE WIRING ILLUSTRATION
PUSHBUTTON NUTONE CHIME TRANSFORMER 120V 60HZ (CLASS 1) (OBSERVE LOCAL CODE) 14/2 WITH GROUND (OBSERVE LOCAL CODES) 120V 60HZ (CLASS 1)
Use this diagram for reference only. See IR-105 Rough-in frame instructions for detailed wiring.

NUTONE IW-6

18/2 (NUTONE S-143)
PUSHBUTTON FOR OPTIONAL CHIME MODULE
(2) 801T TRANSFORMERS SECONDARY: 18V, 72VA

OUTSIDE REMOTE CONTROL

OUTSIDE SPEAKER
INSIDE ANTENNA NUTONE IW-6 ATTIC EARTH GROUND

INSIDE REMOTE CONTROL

INSIDE SPEAKER
OPTIONAL ELECTRONIC DOOR CHIME

200 MAX NUTONE IW-2

300 MAX NUTONE IW-2
INSIDE SPEAKERS W/CONTROLS

TRANSFORMER

IM-4406 MASTER STATION
14 GA GROUND IW-2 NUTONE IW-6
100 MAX S-MAX S-143 OPTIONAL WIRING FOR DOOR RELEASE
120V 60HZ (CLASS 1) (OBSERVE LOCAL CODE)

SHIELDED AUDIO CABLES

MUSIC DISTRIBUTION VOLUME CONTROL

NUTONE IW-2

DR-1/DR-2 DOOR RELEASE

OPTIONAL MUSIC SOURCE

DOOR SPEAKER
MUSIC DISTRIBUTION SPEAKER
120V. 60HZ (CLASS 1) (OBSERVE LOCAL CODE)
5 PATIO SPEAKER W/CONTROLS
IA-6C RECEPTACLE IA-6 PLUG
DESKTOP FRAME WITH 5 REMOTE

300 MAX

DOOR SPEAKER MODELS WITH CHIME PUSHBUTTON ALSO REQUIRE 18/2 (S-143) TO CHIME LOCATION OR IW-2 TO MASTER IF CHIME MODULE IS USED.

INSTALLATION

TABLE OF CONTENTS

INSTALLATION PAGE

Contents of Carton.3 Precautions and Guidelines.3 Wiring Specifications.3 Remote Station Wiring.3 Maximum Number of Remote Stations.3 Mounting the Terminal Board.4 Connecting the Remote Wiring.4 Connecting Volume Control Wiring.5 Connecting Door Speaker Wiring.5 Preparing Master Station Panel for Optional Door Release Pushbutton.5 Mounting the Optional Chime Module in the Master Station Panel.5, 6 Mounting the Master Station.6 Connecting the Power Transformers.7 Mounting the Transformer Cover.7 Connecting the Master Station to the Terminal Board.8 Connecting the Radio Antenna.9 Connecting the Optional Chime Module.9 Connecting Optional Electronic Chime.9 Connecting Optional Accessories.10 Connecting Power to the Optional CP-95 Cassette Player.10 Mounting and Connecting Optional Door Release Pushbutton.11 Connecting the Memory Back Up Battery.11 Securing the Master Panel.11 Powering Up the System.11

OPERATIONAL CHECKOUT

System Operating Controls.12 Digital Clock.13 System Checkout.13 Setting Program Audio Controls.13, 14 Setting Intercom Volume.14 Setting Internal Intercom Volume Control.14 Setting the BEEP Tone Level.14 Setting the External Audio Source Level.14 Diagnostic Tests.15 Resetting the Microprocessor.15
INSTALLERS TROUBLESHOOTNG GUIDE.16, 17, 18 WARRANTY.20

CONTENTS OF CARTON

Check () for the following IM-4406 carton contents. IM-4406 master station Terminal board Transformer cover Hardware bag assembly containing: 2 - shoulder screws 12 - No. 6 x 3/8 screws 4 - colored panel mounting screws 4 - L panel mounting brackets Homeowners manual with room labels Installation instructions Product Registration Warranty Card NOTE TO INSTALLER: Do not discard these installation instructions. Please transfer all installation instructions, warranty registration and homeowners manual to the homeowner. Use NuTone IW-2, 22 ga. twisted pair for connecting: Door speakers to master Remote controls to speakers Speaker volume control (IC901) to master Speaker volume control (IC901) to speakers Electronic chime audio output to master Pushbutton to chime module Use NuTone S-143, 18 ga. twisted pair for connecting: Pushbutton to electronic chime Electronic chime to chime transformer Use N14/2 power cable with ground, Class 1 UL Listed (Observe local codes) for connecting: Transformers to 120v AC Use shielded audio cable for connecting external audio sources to the master station.

PRECAUTIONS AND GUIDELINES
The NuTone IM-4406 master station has been designed for ease of installation. Please read and follow ALL installation instructions, guidelines and precautions. Any deviation from these instructions or miswiring combinations may result in unit failure and void of warranty. WARNING! 120 Volt AC Power to Transformers in the IR-105 Rough-in MUST Remain OFF until ALL System Wiring at the Master and Remote Stations is Complete. Observe all local building regulatory codes in your area. All screw terminals at the master and remote stations must be secure. Observe all color code connections of wires when connecting the remote stations to the master. The IM-4406 is designed to be installed with only NuTone specified wire. No other wire should be used. The use of wire other than NuTone wire will void all NuTone warranties and may result in faulty installation and improper operation. IMPORTANT WARNING! THE POWER TRANSFORMER CONTAINS AN INTERNAL FUSE. DO NOT SHORT THE LOW VOLTAGE CONNECTING SCREWS OF THE TRANSFORMER OR THE TRANSFORMER WILL BE DESTROYED!

REMOTE STATION WIRING

An individual 6-wire cable (IW-6) must be connected from each remote station or remote control location to the master stations terminal board. Maximum station wire length: 750 ft. Maximum total length of IW-6 cable per system: 4,000 ft. IMPORTANT! NuTone cannot be responsible for improper system operation that results from interference generated by light dimmers, fluorescent lighting fixtures, and similar electrical products. Such interference must be corrected at the source. TO HELP REDUCE THIS INTERFERENCE, ALL WIRING CONNECTIONS TO THE MASTER MUST BE PLACED AT LEAST 12 INCHES FROM ANY AC POWER WIRING. AVOID RUNNING INTERCOM WIRES PARALLEL TO AC POWER WIRING.
MAXIMUM NUMBER OF REMOTE STATIONS
The master station will accommodate up to 9 connections at the terminal board. These connections can be any combination of remote stations, remote controls or volume controls. It will also accommodate 3 door speaker connections. NOTE: NEVER connect more than one remote station to a set of screw terminals. If more than 9 stations are required, use the optional Model N IA-440 expansion kit. This will allow an additional 6 connections at the master.

WIRING SPECIFICATIONS

See the IR-105 master rough-in frame installation instructions for detailed wiring information. Use NuTone IW-6, 3 twisted pair for connecting: Remote controls to master Remote stations to master

INSTALLATION (Continued)

WARNING! NEVER EXCEED A TOTAL OF 15 NUTONE 25 OHM SPEAKERS ON THIS SYSTEM. 2. Refer to Figure 2. Connect the IW-6 cable from each remote to the appropriate set of terminal screws at the master stations terminal board. When connecting the cable to the terminal board, be sure to observe the matching of all color codes. RED to RED RED/WHT to RED/WHT BLK to BLK BLK/WHT to BLK/WHT ORN to ORN ORN/WHT to ORN/WHT Only connect one remote to each set of screw terminals. After completing all connections, check for any shorted wires. Dress cables flat against the terminal board to allow space for the master station to be properly secured.

IW-6 MOUNTING HOLES

WARNING! NEVER USE STANDARD 8 OHM STEREO SPEAKERS ON THIS SYSTEM. USE ONLY NUTONE SPECIFIED SPEAKERS ON THIS MASTER.

Connect:

MOUNTING THE TERMINAL BOARD
1. Remove and clean any drywall debris or dust from the rough-in before beginning installation. 2. Refer to Figure 1. Locate the terminal board in the left rear section of the rough-in frame. 3. Use four (4) N 6 x 38 screws supplied to secure the terminal board to the rough-in frame. 4. Make certain the lower right-hand screw is secure and snug against the ground lug which covers the mounting hole in the terminal board. Do not bend ground lug. Make sure it is positioned between the screw and terminal board. IMPORTANT DO NOT APPLY POWER TO THE SYSTEM UNTIL ALL CONNECTIONS ARE COMPLETE AT THE MASTER AND REMOTE STATIONS.
RED RED/WHT BLK BLK/WHT ORN ORN/WHT
FIGURE 2 3. Refer to installation instructions packaged with the remote stations and remote controls for wiring these units. 4. Refer to Figure 3. Use the Wire Matching Chart if you are retro-fitting a system with the previously used IW-6R cable. IMPORTANT WHEN NUTONE MODEL IW-6R WIRING IS USED: CONNECT TO THE SCREW TERMINALS ON THE TERMINAL BOARD MARKED: BLUE STRIPE FIGURE 3 ORN BLK BLK/WHITE ORN/WHITE RED RED/WHITE

FIGURE 1

CONNECTING THE REMOTE WIRING
All Remote Stations, Remote Controls, Speaker Volume Controls, and Door Speaker Wiring MUST Return Directly to the Master Station. DO NOT CONNECT WIRING FROM SPEAKER TO SPEAKER! 1. Dress all remote wiring through the rectangular holes in the upper right and left sides of the rough-in frame. All wiring connections are made to the master stations terminal board.
CONNECTING VOLUME CONTROL WIRING
Refer to Figure 4. If a NuTone Volume Control is installed in the system, connect the controls IW-2 wiring to the ORN and ORN/WHT screw terminals at the master station. Only ONE NuTone speaker may be connected to each volume control. Each volume control/speaker counts as a remote station. Remember: The maximum remote connections to the Master Station is 9. Adding the optional IA-440 expansion module will increase the system remote capability to 15 stations.

PREPARING MASTER STATION PANEL FOR OPTIONAL DOOR RELEASE PUSHBUTTON
To remove the pushbutton cover, position the master station face up. Be careful not to damage the cables on the back of the unit. 1. Refer to Figure 6. Open the left-hand door on the master station panel.

FIGURE 6

ORN ORN/WHT
2. Cut the 4 retainer webs from the pushbutton cover. 3. Remove cover. The door release pushbutton will be installed and connected after the master panel has been mounted to the rough-in frame. FIGURE 4
MOUNTING THE OPTIONAL CHIME MODULE IN THE MASTER STATION PANEL
1. Position the master station panel face down on a soft cloth. 2. Refer to Figure 7. Align the optional NuTone IA-28 or IA-29 chime module onto the mounting bracket located in the master station.

SNAP IN PLACE

NEVER USE 8 OHM STEREO SPEAKERS WITH THIS SYSTEM! Refer to the installation instructions packed with the speaker volume control for wiring this unit.
CONNECTING DOOR SPEAKER WIRING
The Door Speakers connect to the Master Station Terminal Board with twisted pair IW-2 wire. 1. Refer to Figure 5. Connect the two wires from the Door Speaker(s) to the 2 screw terminals marked DOOR SPEAKER on the master station terminal board.

RED WIRE IA-29 ONLY

FIGURE 7

FIGURE 5

3. Apply firm, but even pressure to each side of the chime module until it snaps into place. 4. Plug the 4 pin connector on the module into the connector located on the master. When properly installed, the ribbon cable will point away from the master stations circuit boards, as illustrated. 5. Connection from the pushbuttons to the master will be made after the master panel has been mounted.
Model IA-29 Only 1. Refer to Figure 8. Locate the chime selector switch mounting bracket in the master unit. 2. Refer to Figure 10A and 10B. For rough-in frames which are recessed into the wall opening, insert two (2) shoulder screws (provided) into the front two holes in the rough-in frame. For rough-in frames which are mounted flush with the wall, insert two (2) shoulder screws into the back two holes in the rough-in frame.

BACK HOLE FOR FLUSH MOUNTED ROUGH-INS FRONT HOLE FOR RECESSED ROUGH-IN

FIGURE 10A

FIGURE 10B
FIGURE 8 2. Remove and set aside the chime selector switch retaining screw located in the master unit. 3. Remove and discard the square foam pads on the chime selector switch PC board connected to the chime module. 4. Slide the PC board into the mounting bracket on the master station. 5. Fasten the chime selector switch PC board with the retaining screw (earlier removed).
3. Refer to Figure 11. Attach master panel to rough-in frame by placing mounting hinge keyhole slots over shoulder screw heads in the rough-in frame. 4. Refer to Figure 12. Slide master station panel to the right, then forward until it is flush with the wall surface. 5. Align master panel with rough-in frame.

FIGURE 11

FIGURE 12
MOUNTING THE MASTER STATION
NOTE: If an optional IA-440 expansion module is to be installed into the IM-4406 master station, it should be installed before mounting the master station. Refer the installation instruction provided with the expansion module before performing the following mounting steps. 1. Refer to Figure 9. Use two (2) #6x38 screws per bracket to attach each of the four (4) mounting brackets to the rough-in frame. Before tightening, slide the bracket so it is flush with the wall surface (flush with rough-in frame if the rough-in is installed after the wall board). Tighten all eight (8) screws.
6. Refer to Figure 13. Attach support strap to rough-in frame by attaching metal hook into hole in top of rough-in frame. Using pliers, squeeze hook closed. Hook must not come loose when master is later secured. FIGURE 13

FIGURE 9

CONNECTING THE POWER TRANSFORMERS
CAUTION BE SURE THE AC POWER IS OFF BEFORE CONNECTING THE POWER TRANSFORMERS. DO NOT TURN AC POWER ON TO TRANSFORMERS UNTIL ALL WIRING AT THE REMOTE AND MASTER STATIONS IS COMPLETE! 1. Refer to Figure 14. The transformers primary leads should already be connected to the 120 volt AC house supply wiring. Be sure power is off before connecting transformers to master unit. IMPORTANT WARNING! THE POWER TRANSFORMER CONTAINS AN INTERNAL FUSE. DO NOT SHORT THE LOW VOLTAGE CONNECTING SCREWS OF THE TRANSFORMER OR THE TRANSFORMER WILL BE DESTROYED! 2. Locate the two (2) sets of red/wht transformer leads on the lower left corner of the master unit. Connect one pair of low voltage leads to each transformer located in the bottom of the rough-in. FIGURE 14
MOUNTING THE TRANSFORMER COVER
IMPORTANT: The transformer cover must be installed for proper operation of the intercom. 1. Refer to Figure 15. Remove the left front and right rear screws from the transformer enclosure. Set screws aside for later installation. 2. Position the transformer cover (with insulator positioned towards transformers) over the transformer enclosure so holes in cover align with holes in enclosure. 3. Fasten cover with two (2) screws previously removed.

FIGURE 15

CONNECTING THE MASTER STATION TO THE TERMINAL BOARD
1. Refer to Figures 16 and 17. Plug all five connectors into the terminal board. 1. Insert black ribbon cable with 10 pin plug into CN104 connector. 1. Insert multi-color ribbon cable with 14 pin plug into CN102 connector. 1. Insert multi-color ribbon cable with 9 pin plug into CN106 connector. 1. Insert brown shielded cable with 12 pin plug into CN101 connector. 1. Insert gray shielded cable with 11 pin plug into CN116 connector. 1. No connection is made to connector CN111 unless IA-440 expansion module is used. 2. Make sure the alignment keys are properly aligned before applying pressure to the connector. 3. After all connectors are plugged into the terminal board, position the extra ribbon cable length toward the top of the rough-in frame. 4. If an IA-440 expansion module is included in this installation, proceed with the connection of the module to the expansion module terminal board at this time. Refer to the installation instructions provided with the expansion module.

FIGURE 16

CN106 MULTI-COLOR RIBBON CABLE WITH 9 PIN PLUG
BROWN CABLE WITH 12 PIN PLUG CN104
GRAY CABLE WITH 11 PIN PLUG
CN102 BLACK RIBBON CABLE WITH 10 PIN PLUG MULTI-COLOR RIBBON CABLE WITH 14 PIN PLUG
CN111 USED WITH OPTIONAL IA-440 EXPANSION MODULE

FIGURE 17

CONNECTING THE RADIO ANTENNA
1. Refer to Figure 18. Plug radio antenna (supplied with IR105 rough-in frame) into the 2-pin connector located on the main circuit board. Be certain the tab on the connector is facing towards the top of the master unit, as illustrated.
CONNECTING THE OPTIONAL CHIME MODULE
It is now time to connect the optional chime module that you earlier installed into the master station. 1. Refer to Figure 20. Identify the front chime pushbutton wires. 2. Connect the front pushbutton wires to the screw terminals marked FRONT and COMMON on the chime module. 3. Repeat steps 1 and 2 for the REAR and SIDE chime pushbuttons. 4. Refer to the instructions packed with the chime module for information on chime volume level and chime tune selection (IA-29 only).

FRONT REAR SIDE COMMON

FIGURE 18 NOTE: Any excess antenna cable should be located outside of Rough-in. In most locations the antenna supplied with the rough-in frame provides adequate AM reception; however, in rural or weak signal areas, a separate AM antenna may be required. Refer to the following instruction when selecting and connecting an AM antenna. 1. Refer to Figure 19. Move the auxiliary antenna selector switch to the AM position. 2. Connect 50 feet of 22 ga. insulated wire to the screw terminal marked AM ANTENNA. 3. Run the wire from the master station location to the attic. Fasten the insulated wire at one end of the attic; stretch the wire to its full length and fasten at the opposite end. Fasten the insulated wire at several locations between ends to prevent sagging.

SYSTEM OPERATING CONTROLS
SCAN: Activates scan tuning during AM/FM operation. LM UP/DOWN TUNING: Provides manual tuning of the AM/FM radio. MEMORY 1-6 KEYS: Provides direct access to stored radio frequencies. TRACK tracks. TRACK L : Returns to the beginning of the current track and/or previous : Advances the CD Player to the beginning of the next track. 21 DISPLAY: Sets the LCD display mode: CLOCK, RADIO FREQUENCY, TRACK NUMBER or TIME PLAYED. 22 INTERCOM VOLUME: Adjusts intercom audio level throughout the system. 23 MASTER STATION STATUS SWITCHES: Sets the master station in one of the following modes: RADIO/INTERCOM, INTERCOM ONLY, OFF or MONITOR. 24 REMOTE STATION STATUS SWITCHES: Sets the remote stations in one of the following modes: RADIO/INTERCOM, INTERCOM ONLY, OFF or MONITOR. Note: If the optional expansion module is installed, 6 additional switches will be located on the right side of the master. 25 DOOR RELEASE KNOCKOUT: Mounting hole for optional door release pushbutton. 26 END CALL: Ends intercom communication and returns system to audio source. 27 DOOR TALK: Initiates intercom communication to the door speakers. 28 INSIDE/PATIO: Initiates intercom communication to remote stations. 29 TIMER: Enables or disables the radio timer. The indicator light will illuminate next to the Timer key when the Radio Timer is activated. 30 PROGRAM AUDIO SOURCE: Selects the program audio source: AM, FM, TAPE and AUX. The indicator light will illuminate next to the selected program audio source. 31 ELECTRONIC CHIME TUNE SELECTION: Selects the tune of the optional NuTone IA-29 Chime Module.
RDM/RPT: (Random/Repeat) Set the CD play mode to: REPEAT ONE, REPEAT ALL or RANDOM PLAY. PLAY/PAUSE: Activates the operation of the CD Player. Pressing the key during play operation will pause the CD Player. SEARCH SEARCH L L : Quickly searches the track in the forward direction. : Quickly searches the track in the reverse direction.
CD PLAYER DOOR: Open CD door and snap CD disc onto spindle. TIME SET: Used with the L M keys to set the clock and timer. MEMORY SET: Stores desired radio frequencies into a selected memory location.
13 CLOSE: Press here to close CD Player door. 14 TREBLE: Adjusts the high frequency audio content of the source audio. 15 STOP: Ends the CD Play mode and turns off the program audio. 16 BASS: Adjusts the low frequency audio content of the source audio. 17 SYSTEM VOLUME: Adjusts the program audio level throughout the system. 18 OPEN: Causes the CD Player door to open. 19 LOUDNESS: Compensates for the bass and treble response the human ear has when listening to audio at low volume levels.

SETTING PROGRAM AUDIO CONTROLS
The volume levels required at each station may vary with the location of the speaker and the size of the room where the speaker is located. Spend some time experimenting with the volume levels, and adjust each speaker so that you can clearly hear the radio, CD and intercom. Use the following procedures to set your systems volume levels. 1. At each remote station, turn the VOLUME control completely clockwise to maximum volume. 2. At the master station, set the REMOTE and MASTER SPEAKER STATUS SWITCHES to the RADIO INTERCOM position. 3. Turn the MASTER VOLUME control to maximum volume. 4. Turn the SYSTEM VOLUME control on the master station to approximately 13 volume. 5. Select an AM or FM radio station with a strong, clear signal. 6. Adjust the master stations SYSTEM VOLUME control until you have ample volume at the remote station that requires the highest volume (i.e. a large living room, family room, basement, etc.) PLEASE NOTE: The master station and all remote stations (except door speakers) are equipped with volume controls. Although the master station SYSTEM VOLUME sets the systems volume level, you may adjust an individual speakers volume level as desired.
SETTING PROGRAM AUDIO CONTROLS (CONTINUED)
7. Adjust the MASTER VOLUME control and all remote stations volume controls to the volume level you desire. In order to have proper intercom audio levels, it is recommended that the MASTER VOLUME and remote stations VOLUME controls be set at 23 volume or higher.
SETTING THE BEEP TONE LEVEL
The internal BEEP tone volume control has been factory set to a normal level for the BEEP tone to be heard when the CD Player operation is initiated from a remote station by using the AM/FM/CD CONTROL/END CALL key. Should that level require adjustment, use the following procedure: 1. Refer to Figure 28. Using a thin-blade screwdriver, adjust the BEEP TONE volume control counter-clockwise as viewed from the rear of the master station panel to reduce the BEEP level. 2. To increase the BEEP level, turn the control clockwise.

SETTING INTERCOM VOLUME

1. Initiate an intercom call from the master by pressing the INSIDE/PATIO key. 2. Speak with a clear normal voice about 2-3 feet from the master stations speaker. 3. Adjust the INTERCOM VOLUME control until the initiating stations audio is clearly heard at all stations in the system. PLEASE NOTE: The volume control at all stations should be set between 12 to maximum volume for proper intercom operation. 4. Repeat the above procedure at several remote station locations until an acceptable intercom audio level is achieved at all stations.

SETTING INTERNAL INTERCOM VOLUME CONTROL
The internal intercom volume control has been factory set for optimum intercom operation. Should the intercom gain need to be adjusted beyond the range of the Intercom Volume Control behind the left front door, use the following procedure: 1. Refer to Figure 27. Using a thin-blade screwdriver, adjust the internal control counter-clockwise as viewed from the rear of the master station panel. This adjustment will reduce the intercom gain. 2. To increase the intercom gain, turn the internal control clockwise.

BEEP TONE

FIGURE 28
SETTING THE EXTERNAL AUDIO SOURCE LEVEL
The TAPE and AUX level controls have been factory set at maximum. These controls can be adjusted to match the external audio source level with the built-in radio and CD Player levels. Use the following procedure: 1. Press the FM key. 2. Tune the radio to a strong local radio station. 3. Turn on the external audio source(s) connected to the master station. 4. Switch the master station from FM to TAPE or AUX. 5. Refer to Figure 29. Using a thin-blade screwdriver, adjust the TAPE/AUX control to match the audio level of the external audio source with the FM radio.

ROUGH-IN

AUX LEVEL

TAPE LEVEL

BOTTOM OF MASTER

FIGURE 27 FIGURE 29

DIAGNOSTIC TESTS
The following diagnostic tests have been incorporated into the NuTone IM-4406 master station to assist in system troubleshooting. Master station keyboard test Remote station control voltage test Display test The following applies to all diagnostic tests: 1. To access any of the diagnostic tests, the system must be in the PROGRAM OFF mode. 2. Pressing the MEMORY SET key will end the current diagnostic test. 3. The current diagnostic test will end after one minute of inactivity. Remote Station Control Voltage Test Displays the voltage at the masters microprocessor control line. To activate, press and hold the following keys: 1. L key 3. Memory 2 key 2. M key 4. Release all keys Example: Display 2:3.0 2:1.9 2:0.1 Voltage at Microprocessor 3.0 volts 1.9 volts.1 volts
In this mode, the hours represent the diagnostic test, and the minutes indicate the voltage at the master stations microprocessor. Voltage Window Maximum Minimum.4 volts 0 volts 2.4 volts 1.6 volts 3.6 volts 2.8 volts 5.0 volts 4.3 volts
PLEASE NOTE: An incorrect voltage caused by miswiring, shorted wiring or a defective remote station may cause the radio and/or CD Player to turn off/on, thus preventing the unit from entering the diagnostic mode. Should this occur, the master stations control timer will stop the on/off cycling after 30 seconds.
Remote Station Keyboard Test Verifies that all keys on the master station are functioning properly. To activate: Press and hold the following key in this order: 1. L key 3. Memory 1 key 2. M key 4. Release all keys In this mode, the hours in the display represents the current diagnostic test and the minutes indicate the current key being pressed. The following will be displayed as the key is pressed. KEY No key Scan L M Program Off AM FM Tape Aux Timer Inside/Patio Door Talk End Call Memory 1 DISPLAY 1:00 1:01 1:02 1:03 1:04 1:05 1:06 1:07 1:08 1:09 1:10 1:11 1:12 1:13 KEY Memory 2 Memory 3 Memory 4 Memory 5 Memory 6 Play/Pause RDM/RPT Track Track

Shorted intercom power wiring or Check power connections to Master and connections to transformers. power wiring shorted to ground. Interference from household electrical fixtures. Static. Loose ground connection. Interference from household electrical fixtures. Interference from household electrical appliances. Remote Station not working. Wire installation. Speaker. No door communication. Optional Electronic Chime (Models IA-28 or IA-29) does not operate or operates at a low level. Wire installation. Speaker. Wire installation. A dimmer may cause interference. For dimmer and fluorescent lighting interference, use filters (G.E. 89G635 or equivalent; NuTone Part No. 1559A-000). Check ground connection to Master and connection to earth ground source. A dimmer may cause interference. For dimmer and fluorescent lighting interference, use filters (G.E. 89G635 or equivalent; NuTone Part No. 1559A-000). Correct interference at the source: fish tank, heater, hand tool, coffee pot, etc. Check terminal board for broken wire or loose connection. Check continuity of wire. Check continuity of speaker. Clean switch controls. Substitute with speaker known to be in working order. Check continuity of wiring. Check connections at speaker and Master. Check with a speaker known to be in working order. Be certain the chime is properly connected to the master station. Also, be certain the front, side and rear buttons are properly connected to the chime board. Adjust the volume of the chime module by turning the volume potentiometer located on the chime module. NOTE: Chime Audio will NOT be heard at stations selected to the OFF or MONITOR. Be certain the electronic chime is properly connected to the master station's electronic chime input screw terminals. Adjust the volume of the electronic chime by turning volume potentiometer located on the chime.

Improper volume setting.

Electronic chime can't be heard through the master station or remote speakers.
Improper volume setting. Improper volume setting.
Cannot receive radio station which is received by another radio in home. IU is displayed continuously, and the radio cycles on/off continuously. Low intercom volume.
Faulty antenna connection.
Antenna should be located in attic and connected to tuner in Master. Check antenna connector to be sure it is connected to 2 pin connector on master.
Shorted IW-6 wire going to Set remote station status switches one at a time to the OFF position. remote station. Defective remote If IU stops at certain station, that stations wire or remote station is station. defective. Intercom volume control adjustment. Volume controls on remote stations set below 12. Increase intercom volume setting. Keep remote stations volume controls at 12 or higher for proper intercom operation.
Internal intercom volume control. Increase setting of internal intercom gain control. When CD playback is started, Disc is badly scratched or it stops immediately or stops warped. during playback. Disc is loaded with label facing inward. Replace the disc. Install CD with label facing outward.

Improper data format (CD ROM) Replace with conventional music format CD. Disc is dirty. Clean disc if there are fingerprints or dirt on the disc. Wipe off with a soft cotton cloth. Wipe the disc from the center to the outside edge. Never use paint thinner, Benzene or conventional record cleaners. Replace the disc. Clean disc if there are fingerprints or dirt on the disc. Wipe off with a soft cotton cloth. Wipe the disc from the center to the outside edge. Never use paint thinner, Benzene or conventional record cleaners.
With certain discs a loud pop is produced or play stops.
Disc has bad scratch or is warped. Disc is extremely dirty.
Two Year Limited Warranty
WARRANTY OWNER: NuTone warrants to the original consumer purchaser of its products that such products will be free from defects in materials or workmanship for a period of two (2) years from the date of original purchase. THERE ARE NO OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. During this two year period, NuTone will, at its option, repair or replace, without charge, any product or part which is found to be defective under normal use and service. THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT EXTEND TO FLUORESCENT LAMP STARTERS OR TUBES, FILTERS, DUCT, ROOF CAPS, WALL CAPS AND OTHER ACCESSORIES FOR DUCTING. This warranty does not cover (a) normal maintenance and service or (b) any products or parts which have been subject to misuse, negligence, accident, improper maintenance or repair (other than by NuTone), faulty installation or installation contrary to recommended installation instructions. The duration of any implied warranty is limited to the one year period as specified for the express warranty. Some states do not allow limitation on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not apply to you. NUTONES OBLIGATION TO REPAIR OR REPLACE, AT NUTONES OPTION, SHALL BE THE PURCHASERS SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY UNDER THIS WARRANTY. NUTONE SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR SPECIAL DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH PRODUCT USE OR PERFORMANCE. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights, which vary from state to state. This warranty supersedes all prior warranties. WARRANTY SERVICE: To qualify for warranty service, you must (a) notify NuTone at the address stated below or telephone 1/800-543-8687, (b) give the model number and part identification and (c) describe the nature of any defect in the product or part. At the time of requesting warranty service, you must present evidence of the original purchase date.
Date of Installation Model No. and Product Description

Builder or Installer

IF YOU NEED ASSISTANCE OR SERVICE: For the location of your nearest NuTone Independent Authorized Service Center: Residents of the contiguous United States Dial Free 1-800-543-8687 Please be prepared to provide: Product model number Date and Proof of purchase The nature of the difficulty Residents of Alaska or Hawaii should write to: NuTone Inc. Attn: Department of National Field Service, 4820 Red Bank Road, Cincinnati Ohio 45227-1599. Residents of Canada should write to: Broan-NuTone Canada, 1140 Tristar Drive, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada L5T 1H9. Rev. 03/2001
Product specifications subject to change without notice.
4820 Red Bank Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45227 Printed in China, Rev. 10/01, Part No. 86525

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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS READ & SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS

Rough-In Frame

MODEL IR-105
Model IR-105 Rough-In Frame is to be used with NuTone Model IM-4406 Series Radio/CD Player/Intercom Master Unit. This literature also includes information regarding the accessory rough-ins for this Master Unit.
OVERVIEW OF INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
1. Determine the exact location of all components. See Planning Guide below. Contact the architect, builder or homeowner for the system plans. Check plans against the Installation Don'ts section of these instructions. 2. Mount the rough-in frames for the master unit, remote speakers and/or controls, and optional accessories. Note that all components may not require rough-in frames. 3. Run appropriate wiring to all component locations, including 120vAC power wiring to the master unit rough-in frame's transformers. See Master Unit Rough-In Frame, page 4. 4. At this point, the rough-in installation is complete. See the installation instructions packaged with the master unit and other units for instructions to complete the final installation of the system.

PLANNING GUIDE

To determine all the components required in the installation, layout the system plans on the building plans or on a sketch of the building. Familiarize yourself with the available components by studying the Typical System and Representative Wiring illustration. TYPICAL SYSTEM
5" PATIO SPEAKER. MOUNTED TO OUTSIDE WALL 8" INSIDE SPEAKER W/O CONTROLS MOUNTED IN CEILING 5" INSIDE SPEAKER

COMPONENTS

Where will the master station be located? How many inside speakers will be required? What size inside speakers will be used? Where will the inside speakers be located? How many outside speakers will be required? What size speakers will be used? Where will the outside speakers be located? Will speakers without controls be used? Where will these speakers be located? Where will their remote controls be located? Will the system require the use of door speakers? At what doors will these speakers be located? Will portable speakers be used? Where will wall receptacles for portable speakers be located? Will an optional electronic chime be used? Will an optional cassette player be installed?

5" INSIDE SPEAKER

8" INSIDE SPEAKER DOOR SPEAKER

MASTER STATION

INSTALLATION DON'TS
1. INSIDE SPEAKERS (A) Don't locate inside speaker stations on exterior walls. (B) Don't place more than one speaker station in a room. (C) Don't locate two speaker stations in a common wall between rooms. (D) Don't place a speaker station so it is facing another station, even if the other speaker station is across a hallway in another room. (E) Don't locate speaker stations where doors or furniture will interfere with the operation of the speaker. 2. MASTER STATION The master station has a built-in speaker with separate controls; therefore, observe the previous precautions when determining a location for the master station. 3. DOOR SPEAKERS Don't mount door speakers with built-in pushbuttons out of normal reach; locate near door and not more than 60" above floor. Door speakers without pushbuttons can be mounted as desired near door (adjacent wall, porch ceiling, or overhang can be used but audio to system will be reduced). 4. CABLE LENGTHS Observe cable limitations.

IM 4406 SYSTEM WIRING AND PRECAUTIONS

CONTENTS OF CARTON

Check () for the following IR-105 carton contents. Frame Transformer housing Transformer bracket (2) 801T transformers AM/FM antenna (4) No. 6x3/8 screws Installation instructions

REMOTE STATION WIRING

An individual 6-wire cable (IW-6) must be connected from each remote station or remote control location to the master stations terminal board. Maximum station wire length: 750 ft. Maximum total length of IW-6 cable per system: 4,000 ft. IMPORTANT! NuTone cannot be responsible for improper system operation that results from interference generated by light dimmers, fluorescent lighting fixtures, and similar electrical products. Such interference must be corrected at the source. TO HELP REDUCE THIS INTERFERENCE, ALL WIRING CONNECTIONS TO THE MASTER MUST BE PLACED AT LEAST 12 INCHES FROM ANY AC POWER WIRING. AVOID RUNNING INTERCOM WIRES PARALLEL TO AC POWER WIRING.
PRECAUTIONS AND GUIDELINES
1. Observe local code requirements. 2. Route all system wiring as far as pratical (at least 12) from household power wiring, lamp dimmers, furnace control, etc. 3. All remote station, remote control, volume contol and door speaker wiring MUST return directly to rough-in frame. 4. Avoid stapling cables. 5. Be sure the IR-105 frame is properly grounded to an earth ground source. 6. The IM-4406 is designed to be installed with only NuTone specified wire. No other wire should be used. The use of wire other than NuTone will void all NuTone warranties and may result in faulty installation and improper operation. The 801T transformers contain an internal fuse. THE TRANSFORMER WILL FAIL INSTANTLY IF THE SCREW TERMINALS ARE SHORTED.
MAXIMUM NUMBER OF REMOTE STATIONS
The master station will accommodate up to 9 connections at the terminal board. These connections can be any combination of remote stations, remote controls or volume controls. It will also accommodate 3 door speaker connections. NOTE: NEVER connect more than one remote station to a set of screw terminals. If more than 9 stations are required, use the optional Model N IA-440 expansion kit. This will allow an additional 6 connections at the master.

WIRING SPECIFICATIONS

Use NuTone IW-6, 3 twisted pair for connecting: Remote controls to master Remote stations to master Use NuTone IW-2, 22 ga. twisted pair for connecting: Door speakers to master Remote controls to speakers Speaker volume control (IC901) to master Speaker volume control (IC901) to speakers Electronic chime audio output to master Pushbutton to chime module Use NuTone S-143, 18 ga. twisted pair for connecting: Pushbutton to electronic chime Electronic chime to chime transformer Door release Use N14/2 power cable with ground, Class 1 UL Listed (Observe local codes) for connecting: Transformers to 120v AC Use shielded audio cable for connecting external audio sources to the master station.

VOLUME CONTROL WIRING

An individual twisted pair (IW-2) must be connected from each volume control location to the master station terminal board. Maximum wire length: 100 ft. IW-2. (Note: use S-ga twisted pair wire for lengths up to 250 ft). Only ONE NuTone speaker may be connected to each volume control. Each volume control/speaker counts as a remote station. Remember: The maximum remote connections to the Master Station is 9. Adding the optional IA-440 expansion module will increase the system remote capability to 15 stations. WARNING! NEVER EXCEED A TOTAL OF 15 NUTONE 25 OHM SPEAKERS ON THIS SYSTEM. WARNING! NEVER USE STANDARD 8 OHM STEREO SPEAKERS ON THIS SYSTEM. USE ONLY NUTONE SPECIFIED SPEAKES ON THIS MASTER.
IM-4406 REPRESENTATIVE WIRING
PUSHBUTTON NUTONE CHIME TRANSFORMER 14/2 WITH GROUND (OBSERVE LOCAL CODES) 120V 60HZ (CLASS 1)

18/2 (NUTONE S-143)

NUTONE IW-6 PUSHBUTTON FOR OPTIONAL CHIME MODULE
(2) 801T TRANSFORMERS SECONDARY: 18V, 72VA

OUTSIDE REMOTE CONTROL

OUTSIDE SPEAKER W/O CONTROLS
INSIDE ANTENNA NUTONE IW-6 ATTIC EARTH GROUND

INSIDE REMOTE CONTROL

INSIDE SPEAKER W/O CONTROLS
OPTIONAL ELECTRONIC DOOR CHIME
300' MAX NUTONE IW-2 200' MAX NUTONE IW-2
INSIDE SPEAKERS W/CONTROLS

TRANSFORMER

IM-4406 IM-4406 MASTER STATION MASTER IR-105 ROUGH-IN STATION
100' MAX S-143 100' MAX S-143 OPTIONAL WIRING FOR DOOR RELEASE
120V 60HZ (CLASS 1) (OBSERVE LOCAL CODE)

SHIELDED AUDIO CABLES

NUTONE IW-2

NUTONE IW-6

DR-1/DR-2 DOOR RELEASE

OPTIONAL MUSIC SOURCE

DOOR SPEAKER
5" PATIO SPEAKER W/CONTROLS
IA-6C RECEPTACLE IA-6 PLUG
DESKTOP FRAME WITH 5" REMOTE

18/2 300' MAX

DOOR SPEAKER MODELS WITH CHIME PUSHBUTTON ALSO REQUIRES 18/2 (S-143) TO CHIME LOCATION OR TO MASTER IF CHIME MODEL IS USED.
120V. 60Hz (CLASS 1) (OBSERVE LOCAL CODE)
REPRESENTATIVE WIRING DIAGRAM OF DOOR RELEASE CONNECTIONS
WIRE NUT IR-105 ROUGH-IN DR1/DR2 DOOR RELEASE
301T* TRANSFORMER MOUNTED IN CIRCUIT BREAKER PANEL
*NOTE: DO NOT MOUNT DOOR RELEASE TRANSFORMER IN THE IR-105 ROUGH-IN

NUTONE S-143 100' MAX.

NUTONE S-143 100' MAX. PB1 DOOR RELEASE PUSHBUTTON MOUNTS IN FRONT PANEL OF MASTER

MASTER UNIT ROUGH-IN FRAME

MODEL IR-105 FRAME

1. REQUIREMENTS Mounts between 16" center-tocenter wall studs, with a minimum wall depth of 312". Allow at least 4" from edge of frame to adjacent wall or cabinet. 2. Refer to Fig. 1. Position frame only as shown. Install square and level at a convenient operation height (60" above floor to top of frame is normal for most installations). 3. Using screws or nails, mount frame between wall studs, securing through mounting slots in side of frame. Slots are provided to allow frame to be adjusted to fit flush against the finished wall surface. FOR EXISTING WALL CONSTRUCTION Make wall cutout 1412" wide by 918" high between wall studs.
312" 4" 4"

60"

4"

TRANSFORMER INSTALLATION

IMPORTANT WARNING!
THE POWER TRANSFORMER CONTAINS AN INTERNAL FUSE. DO NOT SHORT THE LOW VOLTAGE CONNECTING SCREWS OF THE TRANSFORMER OR THE TRANSFORMER WILL BE DESTROYED!
4" TRANSFORMER HOUSING
801T TRANSFORMERS AND BRACKET/HOUSING
801T TRANSFORMERS (2 supplied with rough-in)
1. Place transformer housing into IR-105 frame as shown in Fig. 1. 2. Pull 120vAC house wiring through the hole in the bottom of transformer housing and secure with box connectors (not supplied). 3. Refer to Fig. 2. Attach the 801T transformer to the transformer mounting bracket using the clamp/screw or threaded hub/nut on bottom of each transformer. Orient the transformers as shown. 4. Connect transformers primary leads to 120vAC house wiring as shown in illustration. Be sure ground wires are connected to transformer brackets. 5. Place transformers and bracket into the transformer housing being careful not to trap the transformer and house wires between bottom of transformer bracket and top of support tabs on sides of transformer housing. 6. As illustrated, secure transformer box with four screws.

TRANSFORMER BRACKET

120vAC TRANSFORMER HOUSING
BE SURE GROUND WIRE IS CONNECTED TO GROUND SCREW ON TRANSFORMER MOUNTING BRACKET

INSTALLING THE ANTENNA

The folded dipole antenna has a 20' lead which may be increased by attaching standard 300 ohm, twin lead (T.V. antenna wire) and should be installed using one of the following methods.

CENTER BLOCK

INSTALLATION METHODS
DIMENSIONS Antenna Span: 60 inches. Lead Length: 20 feet. STAPLING Refer to Figure 3. Use staples to attach twin lead wire to rafters or joists. Insert the staple lengthwise in the plastic between the wires. Do not staple across the wires. NAILING Refer to Figure 4. Nails may be used to attach the twin lead wire to rafters or joists. Place nails in the plastic between the two wires. Do not nail over or through a wire. Do not wrap the twin-lead wire around a nail. Refer to Figure 5. Nails may be used to attach the plastic center block and the two plastic end caps. Use nail holes provided in these pieces. ATTIC RAFTER INSTALLATION 1. Refer to Figure 6. Staple antenna to attic rafters horizontally. 2. Refer to Figure 7. Nail a 5 foot piece of scrap board horizontally between rafters to provide a clear span of 60". Nail the center block to the center of the board. Staple antenna leads to board. CEILING JOIST INSTALLATION Refer to Figure 8. When attic space is limited, staple antenna to ceiling joists. TWIN-LEAD CONNECTION 1. Run the 20 foot twin lead to the master unit. 2. Allow 12 of antenna lead with pin connector for connection to master unit.

NAIL HOLES END CAP

FIGURE 5

FIGURE 6

FIGURE 7
STAPLE ANTENNA THROUGH CENTER NAIL ANTENNA THROUGH CENTER

FIGURE 3

FIGURE 4

FIGURE 8

ACCESSORY ROUGH-IN FRAMES
NOTE: Refer to NuTone's catalog for model number information of the rough-in(s) that are required for mounting the components of the radio-intercom system. Each rough-in has been illustrated in the following pages of this booklet; a brief description of the installation procedure is provided for each rough-in. Refer to the installation instructions packaged with each rough-in for a more detailed installation procedure. HOUSING

2"

HOUSING (for recess-mounted door speakers)
NOTE: Surface-mounted door speaker models are available. For these models, no rough-in is required. 1. REQUIREMENTS 2" from all sides of housing and a minimum wall depth of 2". 2. DOOR SPEAKERS Don't mount door speakers with built-in pushbuttons out of normal reach; locate near door and not more than 60" above floor. Door speakers without pushbuttons can be mounted as desired near door (adjacent wall, porch ceiling, or overhang can be used, but audio to system will be reduced). 3. FOR FRAME CONSTRUCTION Mount to stud through side of housing. FOR MASONRY CONSTRUCTION Make opening 31116" wide by 5" high and grout housing in place.

8" SPEAKER FRAME

8" SPEAKER FRAME (for 8" inside remote
speakers) 1. REQUIREMENTS To accommodate the speaker panel, allow a minimum clearance on all sides of the rough-in frame of 2". Wall depth required: 234". The speaker frame must be mounted in vertical position. 2. NEW CONSTRUCTION Position frame against wall stud. Use nails or wood screws to secure frame to stud. 3. EXISTING CONSTRUCTION Frame may be mounted next to a wall stud or between wall studs. Mounting tabs make mounting easy. Use frame as template for cutout. See instructions provided with frame.
WALL RECEPTACLE (for portable speaker)
1. Mounts to single gang outlet box. 2. Mount single-gang outlet box to wall stud, generally at same height as standard electrical outlet 19" - 20" above floor. If finished wall is in place, use outlet box as template, and make cutout beside wall stud.

ACCESSORY ROUGH-IN FRAMES (CONTINUED)
8" SPEAKER FRAME (for 8" model outside speaker)
1. REQUIREMENTS Make an opening in an outside wall 10116" wide by 11116" high. The frame requires a minimum wall depth of 3". 2. Locate frame where desired (generally, top of frame about 60" from ground). For wood construction, mount frame through slots on each side. For other construction, frame must be grouted in place. 8" OUTSIDE SPEAKER FRAME

3"

5" SPEAKER FRAME (for 5" inside remote speakers)
1. REQUIREMENTS To accommodate the speaker panel, allow a minimum clearance on all sides of the rough-in frame of two inches (2"). Wall depth required: 158". The speaker Frame must be mounted in vertical position. 2. NEW CONSTRUCTION Position frame against wall stud. Use nails or wood screws to secure frame to stud. 3. EXISTING CONSTRUCTION Frame may be mounted next to a wall stud or between wall studs. Mounting tabs make mounting easy. Use frame as template for cutout. See instructions provided with frame.
5" INSIDE SPEAKER FRAME
5" OUTSIDE SURFACE-MOUNT FRAME (supplied with 5 outside remote speakers)
1. Allow a minimum clearance on all sides of frame of 2". 2. Mount approximately 60" above floor. 3. Secure to wall through two mounting holes.
FRAME (for remote controls)
IMPORTANT: Speakers that do not have built-in controls require a separate remote control. 1. Remote Control should be located near the speaker which it will control. Locate Remote Control where it can be easily operated generally, 50" - 60" 5" OUTSIDE SURFACE above floor is satisfactory. MOUNT FRAME 2. INSIDE HOUSE For recessed mounting, use rough-in housing and mount to wall stud. OUTSIDE HOUSE Must surface mount to the outside of the house. Secure to wall through four mounting holes (frame supplied with outside remote controls).
FRAME FOR OUTSIDE REMOTE CONTROLS

FRAME FOR INSIDE REMOTE CONTROLS
2" 2" 134"
2" 2" 50" - 60"
Two Year Limited Warranty
WARRANTY OWNER: NuTone warrants to the original consumer purchaser of its products that such products will be free from defects in materials or workmanship for a period of two (2) years from the date of original purchase. THERE ARE NO OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. During this two year period, NuTone will, at its option, repair or replace, without charge, any product or part which is found to be defective under normal use and service. THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT EXTEND TO FLUORESCENT LAMP STARTERS OR TUBES, FILTERS, DUCT, ROOF CAPS, WALL CAPS AND OTHER ACCESSORIES FOR DUCTING. This warranty does not cover (a) normal maintenance and service or (b) any products or parts which have been subject to misuse, negligence, accident, improper maintenance or repair (other than by NuTone), faulty installation or installation contrary to recommended installation instructions. The duration of any implied warranty is limited to the one year period as specified for the express warranty. Some states do not allow limitation on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not apply to you. NUTONES OBLIGATION TO REPAIR OR REPLACE, AT NUTONES OPTION, SHALL BE THE PURCHASERS SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY UNDER THIS WARRANTY. NUTONE SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR SPECIAL DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH PRODUCT USE OR PERFORMANCE. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights, which vary from state to state. This warranty supersedes all prior warranties. WARRANTY SERVICE: To qualify for warranty service, you must (a) notify NuTone at the address stated below or telephone 1/800-543-8687, (b) give the model number and part identification and (c) describe the nature of any defect in the product or part. At the time of requesting warranty service, you must present evidence of the original purchase date.
Date of Installation Model No. and Product Description

Builder or Installer

IF YOU NEED ASSISTANCE OR SERVICE: For the location of your nearest NuTone Independent Authorized Service Center: Residents of the contiguous United States Dial Free 1-800-543-8687 Please be prepared to provide: Product model number Date and Proof of purchase The nature of the difficulty Residents of Alaska or Hawaii should write to: NuTone Inc. Attn: Department of National Field Service, 4820 Red Bank Road, Cincinnati Ohio 45227-1599. Residents of Canada should write to: Broan-NuTone Canada, 1140 Tristar Drive, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada L5T 1H9. Rev. 03/2001

Product specifications subject to change without notice. 4820 Red Bank Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45227 Printed in U.S.A., Rev. 11/2002, Part No. 86360

 

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