WARNING: This appliance has a polarized plug (one blade on the plug is wider
than the other). To reduce the risk of electric shock, only use a polarized plug in a
polarized outlet. If the plug does not fit easily into the outlet, turn the plug over so
the right part of the plug fits in the outlet's other slot. If the plug still does not fit,
contact a qualified electrician. Do not modify the plug in any way.
USER SERVICING INSTRUCTIONS
Remove the plug from the receptacle or other outlet device. Do not unplug by
pulling on the cord.
Use a suitable tool such as a small flat screwdriver or travel scissors.
When opening the fuse cover, slide open the fuse access cover on top of the
attachment plug towards the blades. (See Fig.1)
Carefully remove the fuse by prying it out. (See Fig.2)
A fire can result from using the wrong fuse rating. Only replace fuses with a 2.5
Amp, 125 Volt rating fuse. (replacement fuses are not included）
To close the fuse access cover, slide the fuse access cover on top of the attachment
plug. (see Fig.3)
7. Do not replace the attachment plug because it contains a safety device (fuse) that
should not be removed. Discard this product if the attachment plug is damaged
WARNING: Do not attach the fan to a window or place the fan near a window, as
the risk of electrical shock exists and can cause serious personal injury and/or
Place the fan on a level surface that is completely dry.
Make sure the rotary switch is at the "0" (OFF) position.
Plug the unit into a 120 V AC 60Hz outlet.
Adjust the fan head vertically to your desired angle.
To run the unit, turn the rotary switch to the "L" (Low), "M" (Medium) or "H"
To turn the unit off, turn the rotary switch to the "0" (OFF) position.
Unplug the unit from the electrical outlet when it's not in use or is left unattended
Choose a mounting location which will allow installation of hardware directly into wall
studs or adequate structural support.
2. Insert a screw (bolt) into the wall stud. Fasteners are not included. All applications will
require different hardware, so please consult with a professional prior to installation.
3. The screw length must be long enough to engage the wall stud. Leave approximately 7/8
of the screw (bolt) exposed to properly hang fan.
4. Line up the opening on the base of the fan with the screw (bolt) and hang the fan on the
5. When mounting the fan to the wall, the cord set must be located outside the body of the