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14. Place the fan on a dry level surface.
15. DO NOT hang or mount fan on a wall
or ceiling.
16. DO NOT operate if the fan housing
is damaged.
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, Inc. for
examination and/or repair.
FUSED SAFETY PLUG - FOR US MODELS 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 attachment plug. Contains a
safety device (fuse) that should not be removed. Discard product if the
attachment 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 1-800-477-0457.
BASE ASSEMBLY
1. Align the pole in the base using tabs as a guide.
2. Gently place base on its side. (Fig. 3)
3. Insert and tighten the L shaped bolt and washer
on the bottom of the fan base. (Fig. 4)
4. Tighten by turning clockwise.
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 Conrol Device.
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
Fig. 4
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PART GUIDE
1 Front Grille
2 Locking Clips
3 Blade Nut
4 Small Blade
5 Large Blade
6 Plastic Nut
7 Rear Grille
8 Fan Head Assembly
9 Control Panel
10 Washer
11 "L" Screw
12 Motor Shaft
13 Alignment Prongs
14 Locking Screw
15 Extension Pole
16 Pole Locking Nut
17 Lower Pole
18 Base
19 Remote Control
BLADE AND GRILLES ASSEMBLY
The small blade is packaged separately in between cardboard apart from the
large blade DO NOT THROW OUT!
1. Unscrew the blade nut clockwise and the plastic nut counterclockwise
and set aside. (Fig. 5)
2. Position the rear grille onto the fan head assembly making sure the two
alignment holes are aligned with the two prongs.
3. Screw on plastic nut tightly clockwise to attach rear grille. (Fig. 6)
4. Install the blade onto the shaft until the retaining
pin fits into the notch on the blade. Now place
the small blade on to the shaft making sure the
alignment pin is inserted into one of the three
holes on the large blade.
5. Screw blade nut to the motor shaft
counterclockwise (tighten by turning to the left).
(Fig. 7)
6. Mount the front grille and secure using the locking clips.
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