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«METALTEK 455 Kitty Hawk Drive Morrisville, NC 27560 Tel: 919.544.0344 Fax: 919.544.1430 Serial #: _ Rev A 2 PLAYMATE ...»

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As a variation, switch Random Direction to On to receive forehand/backhand in Random.

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Set Remote to REMOTE Push Red On/Off Switch on Ball Machine to ON Set Random Direction to Off Set Shot Sequence first switch to A and second switch to B Set Direction thumb wheels to 3, 5, A Set Ball Frequency to 4

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Now walk to the other side of the court and use your remote control to start your drill. After hitting your approach the machine will Delay and allow you to return to the baseline. When balls are depleted or you tire, turn machine feeder off with remote before loading balls.

As a variation, switch Random Direction to On to receive forehand/backhand in Random, or reverse Direction to 5,3,A.

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1. PERIODIC CLEANING – Over a period of use, various debris and ball fuzz will begin to build up on the interior of the ball machine cabinet. This should be cleared away periodically to avoid excessive build-up that could clog mechanical parts. Use a damp cloth to wipe down both the interior and exterior surfaces of the machine. Very gently use a dull object to help break away large clumps of debris. Never scrape at the surface of your PLAYMATE ball machine with a sharp object, or use any harsh abrasives or solvents. Loose debris can be vacuumed out of the ball machine cabinet.

Never use a hose to attempt to spray debris out of the interior of the machine. Excessive water pressure can damage the sensitive electrical components, as well as increase the risk of electric shock.

NOTE: On a regular basis, compressed air should be used to blow ball fuzz and/or debris away from the ball switch area located underneath the black feeding disk near the ball drop hole on the top of the ball machine. Ball fuzz also builds up underneath the same area which can be accessed by turning the ball machine completely upside down and blowing with compressed air. The ball feed wire that goes over and across the feeding disk should be inspected to make sure that it is perfectly straight and not bowed in any way. These maintenance steps are essential for the proper function of the ball machine as well as the safety of ball machine users.

2. STORING – When the machine is not in use, it should be stored in a proper and secure fashion. Ideally, it should be placed in a dry and clean area that offers shelter from the elements. Even though the ball machine is constructed from anti-rust aluminum, excessive exposure to wind, rain, sunlight, etc., can often interfere with the operation of the sensitive electrical components, and cause fading and/or other damage to the finish.

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If you experience difficulty with your METALTEK Products, please feel free to contact us at one of the following numbers.

Toll Free (USA): 1-800-776-6770 Phone: (919) 544-0344 Fax: (919) 544-1430

Visit our website at:


Or write us at:


455 Kitty Hawk Drive Morrisville, NC 27560 USA Authorized Sales & Service Center

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WARRANTY COVERAGE - This warranty applies to new PLAYMATE Commercial tennis machines (ACE, SMASH, DEUCE, GENIE, GRANDSLAM, and SERVELIFT). PLAYMATE Portable Series tennis machines (VOLLEY, HALF VOLLEY) are warranted under separate warranty. This warranty covers defects in materials and workmanship for three (3) years from the date of purchase. During the warranty period, METALTEK will repair or, at its option, replace components that are determined to be defective, and shall do so at no charge. However, you must pay any applicable labor and inspection charges, and shipping charges to METALTEK.

This warranty only applies to original purchasers. On PC versions of the PLAYMATE Commercial tennis machines, the handheld PC units are not warranted by METALTEK, but subject to a separate warranty by its manufacturer.

WHAT WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER -This warranty does not cover damage to the machine or any part or component thereof caused by or resulting from: misuse, abuse, accidents, acts of God (such as floods or hurricanes), normal wear and tear, failure to follow operating instructions, service or modifications by any persons other than those certified by METALTEK, and damage during shipment (all claims must be presented to the shipper within 7 days of receipt of merchandise).

TO OBTAIN SERVICE – In order to be eligible for service under this warranty, you MUST return the attached warranty registration card within ten (10) days of purchase. If something goes

wrong, you can contact METALTEK directly at:

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METALTEK may refer you to an Authorized Sales and Service Representative for consultation and/or inspection of the problem and to correct if possible. There may be an inspection charge for on-site inspection. You will be responsible for any labor charges and for prepayment of the costs of returning the machine or part(s) to METALTEK. Parts should be returned in a protective package to avoid in-transit damage. Such damage is not covered by this warranty.





INCIDENTAL DAMAGES. (Note: Some states do not allow 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. No dealer has the right to modify this warranty or to make any representation or promise on behalf of METALTEK.

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