READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS AND SAVE THEM FOR FUTURE USE Federal regulations require ceiling fans with light kits manufactured or imported after January 1, 2009, to limit total wattage consumed by the light kit to 190W. Therefore, this fan is equipped with a wattage limiting device.
SAFETY TIPS WARNING: To reduce the risk of electrical shock, turn off the electricity to the fan at the main fuse box or circuit panel before you begin the fan installation or before servicing the fan or installing accessories. READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS AND SAFETY INFORMATION CAREFULLY BEFORE INSTALLING YOUR FAN AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
1. Unpacking Your Fan. Carefully open the packaging. Remove items from Styrofoam inserts. Remove motor housing and place on carpet or Styrofoam to avoid damage to finish. Do not discard fan carton or Styrofoam inserts should this fan need to be returned for repairs. Check against parts inventory that all parts have been included.
blade edge 3. Installation Preparation. 7 feet inches To prevent personal injury and damage, ensure (2.13 m) (76 cm) that the hanging location allows the blades a clearance of 7 feet (2.13m) from the floor and 30 in (76cm) from any wall or obstruction. 12 ft.
5. Fan Assembly. stop pin set screw Remove hanging ball from downrod provided by loosening set screw on hanging ball. Lower hanging hanging ball ball and remove stop pin and then slide hanging ball off of the downrod. [Refer to diagram 1.] Loosen yoke set screws and nuts at top of motor diagram 1 assembly.
5. Fan Assembly. (cont.) glass housing support screws glass housing support Install 4 candelabra base 25 watt max. bulbs (included) in top of motor assembly. Important: When you need to replace bulbs, glass housing please allow bulb(s) and glass shade(s) to cool down before touching them.
6. Wiring. white supply wire ground black supply wire (green or bare) CAUTION: Be sure outlet box is properly grounded and that a ground wire (GREEN or Bare) is present. from ceiling black Make sure all electrical connections comply with Local white Codes or Ordinances and the National Electrical Code.
7. Canopy Assembly. Locate 2 screws on underside of hanging bracket and remove screw closest to the open end of the hanging bracket. Partially loosen the other screw. hanging bracket Lift canopy to hanging bracket. Place rounded part of slotted hole in canopy over loosened screw in hanging bracket and push up.
9. Light Kit Assembly. Remove 1 screw from motor plate (on motor housing underside of motor) and loosen the other 2 screws. Align slotted holes in light kit fitter with loosened screws in motor plate, allowing molex connections from the motor assembly to come through hole in middle of light kit fitter.
10. Handheld Remote Control Assembly. remote IN ORDER TO USE THE HANDHELD REMOTE control CONTROL, PLEASE CONTINUE WITH SECTION 10 for cover remote control assembly instructions. If you have already installed the wall control but do not wish to use the handheld remote control, please proceed to Section 11.
11. Automated Learning Process./Activating Code. CAUTION: The wall and/or handheld remote control can be programmed to multiple receivers or fans. If this is not desired, turn wall switch off to any other programmable receiver or fan. Restore electrical power and then, if using wall control, set slider switch on wall control to the ON position.
Warranty. Troubleshooting. WARNING: Failure to disconnect power supply prior to troubleshooting any wiring issues may result in serious injury. Problem: Fan fails to operate. Solutions: 1. Check wall switch to fan/wall control. 2. Check to be sure wall control (optional use) is wired properly.