MAKING THE ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
If you feel you do not hav e enough electrical wiring knowledge
or experience, have your fan installed by a licensed electrician.
Follow the steps below to prepare the electrical connections.
After that, conform with the descriptions and diagrams below
to connect the fan to your household wiring. Use the wire nuts
supplied with your fan. Secure the wire nuts with electrical tape.
Make sure there are no loose strands or connections.
Motor to receiver electrical connections:
Connect the black wire from the fan to black wire marked
"TO MOTOR L" from the receiver. Connect the white wire from
the fan to the white wire marked "TO MOTOR N" from the
receiver. Connect the blue wire from the fan to the blue wire
marked "For Light" from the receiver. Secure the wire
connections with the plastic wire nuts (H) and electrical tape..
Receiver to house supply wires electrical connections:
Connect the black (hot) wire from the ceiling to the black
wire marked "AC in L" from the receiver. Connect the white
(neutral) wire from the ceiling to the white wire marked "AC
in N" from the receiver. Secure the wire connections with the
plastic wire nuts (H) and electrical tape.
If your outlet box has a ground wire (green or bare copper),
connect it to the ground wire from mounting bracket and
ground wire from the fan motor assembly, secure the wire
connection with a plastic wire nut (H); otherwise connect
the ground wire from the fan motor assembly to the ground
wire from mounting bracket, secure the wire connection with
plastic wire nut (H) and electrical tape.
BLACK for motor
BLUE for light
WHITE for neutral
Ground wire from
To install wire nuts, strip wires 1.9 cm (3/4
Ground wire from
in). Line up wires in parallel, insert into
the fan motor
wire nut, hand tight wire nut by twisting
clockwise until snug. Tape around wires
and wire nut. After connecting the wires,
carefully tuck the wire connections and
wires into the canopy.
WARNING: After making the
electrical connections, carefully
unhook the fan and hold the fan
firmly while attaching the fan to the
WARNING: To avoid possible electric
shock, be sure electricity is turned
off at the main fuse box before wiring.
NOTE: Fan must be installed at
a maximum distance of 6 m (20
ft.) from the transmitting unit for
proper signal transmission between
the transmitting unit and fan's
NOTE : For best remote control
reception, make sure the brown
antenna wire is placed away from
the electrial wires (blue, white and
CAUTION: Do not use wall switch
with dimmer function.
WARNING: Check to see that all
connections are tight, including
ground wire, and that no bare wire
is visible at the wire nuts, except for
the ground wire.
WARNING: Electrical diagrams are
for reference only. Optional use of
any light kit shall be cUL listed and
marked suitable for use with this fan.
Loosen two (one of each across) of the
four screws (V) from the mounting bracket
(Q) and remove the other two. Remove
the motor assembly (R) from the hook of
mounting bracket (Q) and push up the
motor assembly (R) until the two screws (V)
on mounting bracket (Q) are engaged with
L type slot holes on canopy of the motor
assembly (R). Rotate the motor assembly
(R) slightly until the two screw heads are
in the L type slot holes. Install the two
screws previously removed and tighten all