13. Place the fan on a dry level surface.
14. Do not operate if the fan housing is removed or damaged.
15. 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.
WARNING: To Reduce The Risk of Fire or Electric Shock, Do Not Use
This Fan With Any Solid-State Speed Control Device.
• Place your fan on a
level and dry surface.
• Plug the power cord
into a polarized 120
volt AC wall outlet.
• To operate your fan,
turn the switch to the
• Locate and mark the position on the wall where the fan will be mounted
(preferably at a wall stud).
• Insert a #8 screw (bolt) into the wall stud. The screw is not included and
can be purchased at a hardware store.
• Leave approximately 3/8" of the screw (bolt) exposed.
• Line up the opening on the base of the fan with the screw (bolt) and hang
the fan on the wall.
HIGH (III), MEDIUM
(II) or LOW (I) (Fig.
• Adjust the angle of
the fan to the desired
air output direction
• To move the fan, turn
the fan OFF and pick
it up by the
concealed handle that
is located on the top
rear of the fan