17. A loose fit between the AC outlet
(receptacle) and plug may cause
overheating and a distortion of the plug.
Contact a qualified electrician to replace
loose or worn outlet.
18. Do not operate any fan with a damaged
cord or plug. Discard any damaged fan,
return the fan to the retailer where the
fan was purchased, or request a return
authorization to return to Kaz USA, Inc. for
examination and/or repair.
FUSED SAFETY PLUG - FOR US ONLY
This fan features a fused safety plug which is designed to cut off electric current to the fan if an
electrical fault occurs. Please see below for more information on how to properly use your fan and
replace the safety plug fuse, if needed.
USER SERVICING INSTRUCTIONS
• If your fan loses power and you suspect that the fuse on your fan
has blown, grasp plug and remove from the receptacle or other
outlet device. Do not unplug by pulling on cord.
• Slide fuse cover, located on the top of the plug, towards the
prongs of the plug. (Fig. 1)
• Carefully remove the blown fuse and snap a new fuse into place.
To Reduce the Risk of Fire, replace fuse only with 2.5 Amp,
125 volt fuse. Fully close the fuse door by sliding back into
place. (Fig. 2) Discard the blown fuse. The plug should now
be ready for normal use.
To Reduce the Risk of Fire, do not replace attached plug.
Contains a safety device (fuse) that should not be removed.
Discard product if the attached plug is damaged.
• If you need further information on how or when to replace
the fuse in the safety plug, please contact Kaz Consumer
Relations Department by visiting our website at
www.honeywellpluggedin.com/fans or calling
19. Do not run fan cord under carpeting. Do
not cover cord with throw rugs, runners,
or similar coverings. Do not route cord
under furniture or appliances. Arrange
cord away from traffic areas and where it
will not be tripped over.
WARNING: To Reduce The Risk of Fire or
Electric Shock, Do Not Use This Fan With
Any Solid-State Speed Control Device,
other than the one supplied.
A. BASE ASSEMBLY
• Remove 2 thumb screws from the base and set aside. Align the front and
back base pieces and gently push until pieces snap securely together
B. SECURING THE TOWER FAN TO THE BASE
• At the base of the housing, remove the locking nut and set aside.
• Carefully lift the fan housing (Fig. 4) and place the power cord through
the center of the base.
• Lower the fan housing into the base (Fig. 4), align the back of
the fan with the back of the base. Gently rotate the fan housing
until it is seated in the base. (Fig. 5).
• Take the locking nut and place power cord through the locking nut
(Fig 4) bringing locking nut up inside the base, (Fig. 5) screw the locking
nut onto the fan housing turning clockwise until fully tightened and an
audible ratcheting is heard.
D. SECURING THE CORD INSIDE THE BASE
• Gently place the fan on its side, pressing the cord securely into cord
guides (Fig. 6) along the inside of fan base, exiting through the notched
opening (Fig. 6) ensuring a flat and stable base for the fan.
• Place 2 thumb screws into the the base for added stability (Fig. 7).
• Return the tower fan to its upright position.
Note: Do not operate the tower fan unless it is in its proper,