Installation and Operation Manual For Hunter Ceiling ... - Hunter Fan

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Installation and Operation Manual For Hunter Ceiling ... - Hunter Fan

®®SINCE 1886Installation and Operation ManualFor Hunter Ceiling Fans41524-01 9-5-200141524-01 9-5-20011


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®CONGRATULATIONS!Your new Hunter ceiling fan is anaddition to your home or office thatwill provide comfort and performancefor many years. This manualgives you complete instructions forinstalling and operating your fan.We are proud of our work. We appreciatethe opportunity to supplyyou with the best ceiling fan availableanywhere in the world.Before installing your fan, record thefollowing information for yourrecords and warranty assistance.Please refer to the carton and theHunter nameplate (located on topoutside fan motor housing) for theproper information.Model Name __________________Catalog No. ___________________Serial No. _____________________Date Purchased ________________Where Purchased ___________________________________________Please attach your Hardware Sheetand Exploded View Sheet to thismanual for future reference.Attach Your Receiptor a Copy ofYour Receipt Here41524-01 9-5-2001© 2001 Hunter Fan Co.9-5-20013


®CONTENTSImportant Information ....................................................................................................................................... 5Step 1 - Getting Ready ...................................................................................................................................... 6Step 2 - Installing the Ceiling Plate .................................................................................................................... 8Step 3 - Assembling Pipe/Ball Assembly ........................................................................................................... 10Step 4 - Assembling the Fan ............................................................................................................................ 12Step 5 - Hanging the Fan ................................................................................................................................ 14Step 6 - Wiring the Fan ................................................................................................................................... 15Step 7 - Attaching the Canopy ........................................................................................................................ 17Step 8 - Assembling Fan Blades ....................................................................................................................... 18Step 9 - Attaching the Switch Housing ............................................................................................................ 20Step 10 - Installing Light Fixture ...................................................................................................................... 23Operating Your Hunter Fan ............................................................................................................................. 28Cleaning and Maintenance ............................................................................................................................. 29Troubleshooting .............................................................................................................................................. 30441524-01 9-5-2001


®IMPORTANT INFORMATIONCAUTIONS• Read entire booklet carefullybefore beginning installationand save theseinstructions.• To reduce the risk of personalinjury, attach the fandirectly to the supportstructure of the building accordingto these instructions,and use only thehardware supplied.WARNINGS• To avoid possible electricalshock, before installingyour fan, disconnect thepower by turning off thecircuit breakers to the outletbox and associated wallswitch location. If you can-not lock the circuit breakersin the off position, securelyfasten a prominentwarning device, such as atag, to the service panel.• All wiring must be in accordancewith national and localelectrical codes andANSI/NFPA 70. If you areunfamiliar with wiring, youshould use a qualified electrician.• To reduce the risk of personalinjury, do not bendthe blade attachment systemwhen installing, balancing,or cleaning the fan.Never insert foreign objectsbetween rotating fanblades.• To reduce the risk of fire,electrical shock, or motordamage, do not use a solidstatespeed control withthis fan. Use only Hunterspeed controls.DO YOU NEED HELP?To install a ceiling fan, be sure youcan do the following:• Locate ceiling joist or other suitablesupport in ceiling.• Drill holes for and install woodscrews.• Identify and connect electricalwires.• Lift 40 pounds.If you need help installing the fan,your Hunter fan dealer can direct youto a licensed installer or electrician.41524-01 9-5-20015


®STEP 1 - GETTING READYGATHERING THE TOOLSYou will need the following tools forinstalling the fan:• Electric drill with 9/64" bit• Standard screwdriver• Phillips-head screwdriver• Wrench or pliersOPTIONAL ACCESSORIESConsider using Hunter’s optional accessories,including a wall-mountedor remote speed control. To install anduse the accessories, follow the instructionsincluded with each product.For quiet and optimum performanceof your Hunter fan, use only Hunterspeed controls.PREPARING THE FAN SITEThe location of a ceiling fan and howthe fan is attached to the buildingstructure are essential for reliableoperation, maximum efficiency, andenergy savings. For this reason, wehave included a separate booklet —“Guide to Choosing and Preparinga Ceiling Fan Site” — to help youselect the best location for your fan.The booklet also provides informationto ensure your fan support andelectric outlet box meet UL-approvedsafety codes for ceiling fans.The instructions in this installationmanual assume that you have used“Guide to Choosing and Preparinga Ceiling Fan Site” to pick the fanlocation and make certain the properfan support and outlet box are installed.CHECKING YOUR FAN PARTSCarefully unpack your fan to avoiddamage to the fan parts. Check forany shipping damage to the motoror fan blades. If one of the fan bladeswas damaged in shipment, return allthe blades for replacement.Hint: If you are installing more thanone fan, keep the fan bladesin sets, as they were shipped.The fan includes a separate diagramof the screws and other small partsneeded for the fan. Keep this diagramhandy for identifying parts duringinstallation; the diagram indicatesthe step in which each part is used.If any parts are missing or damaged,contact your Hunter dealer or callHunter Parts Department at901-248-2222.641524-01 9-5-2001


®INSTALLER’S CHOICE®This patented 3-position mountingsystem provides you maximum installationflexibility and ease. You caninstall your Hunter fan in one of threeways. The steps in this manual includespecific instructions for the fanmounting method of your choice. Fora ceiling 8 feet or higher, standardmounting is recommended.Flush Mounting (Figure 1a) fitsclose to the ceiling, for low ceilingsless than 8 feet high.Standard Mounting (Figure 1b)hangs from the ceiling by a connectorpipe (included), for ceilings 8 feetor higher. For ceilings higher thaneight feet, you can purchase Hunterextension rods. All Hunter fans usesturdy 3/4" diameter pipe to assurestability and wobble-free performance.Angle Mounting (Figure 1c) hangsfrom a vaulted or angled ceiling.34° MaxPitch12810"12"Figure 1a - Flush MountingFigure 1b - Standard MountingFigure 1c - Angle Mounting41524-01 9-5-20017


®STEP 2 - INSTALLING THE CEILING PLATE1. Drill two pilot holes into the woodsupport structure through theoutermost holes on the outletbox. The pilot holes should be9/64" in diameter by 2 3/4" indepth.2. Bring the lead wires around thesides of the ceiling plate. Threadingthe lead wires through thehole in the middle may causeproblems when installing the remoteand trying to close thecanopy.3. Your fan comes with two neoprenenoise isolators. Position theisolators between the ceiling plateand ceiling by inserting the raisedareas on each isolator into theholes in the ceiling plate. Refer toFigure 2a.4. Align the slotted holes in the ceilingplate with the pilot holes inthe wood support structure.Note: The isolation pads shouldbe flush against the ceiling.CeilingPlateIsolatorsFigure 2a - Adding Isolators to CeilingPlateFor Angle Mounting Only: Besure to orient the ceiling plate sothat the two hooks point up towardsthe ceiling peak as shownin Figure 2b. Note: You will usethe hooks to support the fanwhile wiring the fan.Ceiling PlateHooksFigure 2b - Correct Position of CeilingPlate for Angle Mounting841524-01 9-5-2001


®5. Place a flat washer on each of thetwo 3" screws and pass thescrews through the slotted holesin the ceiling plate as shown inFigure 2c.6. Tighten the screws into the 9/64"pilot holes; do not use lubricantson the screws. Do not overtighten.Ceiling Joist2 x 4 BraceCeilingPlateFlatWasherCeilingOutlet Box3" WoodScrewFigure 2c - Attaching Ceiling Plate to2 x 4 Brace41524-01 9-5-20019


®STEP 3 - ASSEMBLING PIPE/BALL ASSEMBLYAs discussed in STEP 1 - GETTINGREADY, your Hunter fan can be installedin a standard mounting position.Included with the fan are two pipes:one 3" long pipe/ball assembly forstandard mounting on 8' ceilings andone 12" long pipe for 9' ceilings andhigher. See Figure 3a.If you are going to install the fan usingthe standard mounting, go toSTEP 4 - ASSEMBLING THE FAN.If you are going to install the fan usingthe 12" long pipe for 9' ceilingsor higher, complete the steps below.12" Pipe3" Pipe/BallAssemblyFigure 3a - PipesREMOVING BALL ASSEMBLYFor the following steps refer toFigures 3b and 3c.1. Locate the 3" pipe/ball assembly.2. Remove the positioning screwfrom the top of the ball.NOTE: The ball will becomeloose and should slide down thepipe.3. Remove the ball from the pipe.4. Remove the pin from the pipe.LeadwireAssemblyGroundScrewPositioning ScrewPinBallFigure 3b - Removing ball assembly1041524-01 9-5-2001


®STEP 4 - ASSEMBLING THE FANUse the Step 4 instructions for thetype of mounting you have selected:standard, angle, or flush.STANDARD AND ANGLEMOUNTINGFor Standard 8-foot Ceilings andHigher1. Insert the pipe through thecanopy as shown in Figure 4a.CanopyPipePipeSetscrewFigure 4a - Inserting Pipe throughCanopyFeed wires from the fan throughthe canopy then through thepipe.2. Screw pipe into fan assembly untiltight. IMPORTANT! Tightenpipe setscrew as shown in Figure4a.CAUTIONThe pipe has a special coatingon the threads. Do not removethis coating; the coating preventsthe pipe from unscrewing.Once assembled, do notremove the pipe.FLUSH MOUNTINGFor Low Ceilings1. Tighten or remove pipe setscrew.Fit the canopy over the hangeradapter as shown in Figure 4b.Make sure the canopy fits snuglyagainst the fan assembly with nospace between the pieces.2. You will find a large assemblywasher included with the fan.Place the washer over the adapterand canopy as shown in Figure4b.AssemblyWasherCanopyAdapterTop of FanFigure 4b - Placing Canopy andWasher Over Adapter1241524-01 9-5-2001


®3. Position the slots in the assemblywasher over the threadedholes in the adapter as shownin Figure 4c.AdapterThreadedHole4. Attach the canopy tightly to thefan assembly with three #8-32assembly screws and lockwashersas shown in Figure 4d.Assembly Screwand LockwasherAssemblyWasherFigure 4c - Positioning AssemblyWasher Slots over Threaded HolesFigure 4d - Attaching Canopy to FanAssembly41524-01 9-5-200113


®STEP 5 - HANGING THE FAN1. Disconnect the power by turningoff the circuit breakers to the outletbox and associated wall switchlocation.2. Tilt and hang the assembled fanfrom the ceiling plate hooks. Sliptwo rectangular canopy slots overceiling plate hooks as shown inFigures 5a and 5b.Note: To hang the fan you musttilt the canopy to an almost verticalposition so the canopy slotscome down over the ceiling platehooks.If you are installing the remotecontinue to the included remoteinstructions (form 41521), otherwiseskip to WIRING THE FAN.CeilingPlateFigure 5a - Attaching Slots on Canopyto Ceiling Plate HooksFigure 5b - Assembled Fan Hangingfrom Ceiling Plate Hooks1441524-01 9-5-2001


®STEP 6 - WIRING THE FAN1. You can use either one or twowall switches to control the fanand/or lights separately. Use connection1 on page 16 to• control the light with a wallswitch and the fan with achain pull (one wall switch required)• control the light with a chainpull and the fan with a wallswitch (one wall switch required)• control the light with one wallswitch and the fan with another(two wall switches required)Use connection 2 on page 16 ifthere is no separate wall switchpower wire for the light fixture.Note: Wall switches not included.2. Connect the wires as shown inFigure 6a. To connect the wires,place the bare metal leads together.Place a wire nut over theintertwined length of wire andtwist clockwise until tight asshown.3. Separate the connected wires byplacing the green and white wireson one side of the outlet box andthe black and the black/whitewires on the other side of theoutlet box.4. Turn the connectors upward. Pushthe wires gently into the outletbox.CAUTIONBe sure no bare wire or wirestrands are visible after makingconnections.continued41524-01 9-5-200115


®Wall Switch Wire ForSeparate Control of Light FixturePowerWiresInCeilingBlackWhiteBare or Green(Note: Wall switchmust be acceptableas a general-useswitch.)2 x 4 BraceOutlet BoxApprovedConnectorsGreenGreen GroundWire from HangerPipe (not presentwith flush mountingoption)WhiteBlack12 Connections:Black/White3 WiresFrom FanCeilingPlate1 Connect Blk/Wht Wire from fanto Wall Switch Wire for separatecontrol of light fixture, or2 Connect Blk/Wht Wire from fanto Ceiling Black Wire if thereis no separate Wall Switch Wirefor the light fixture.Figure 6a - Wiring The Fan1641524-01 9-5-2001


®STEP 7 - ATTACHING THE CANOPYSub-steps 1 and 2 apply to Flush,Standard, and Angle mounting. Substep3 applies to Standard and Anglemounting only.1. Swing the fan up so as to alignthe canopy screw holes with themounting holes on the ceilingplate. Refer to Figure 7a.CanopyCeilingPlate2. Install and tighten the two #10-32 x 1/2" mounting screws.3. For Standard and AngleMounting Only: In addition tosub-steps 1 and 2, lift the fanhousing towards the ceiling androtate the fan until each canopytab engages a groove in thehanger ball as shown in Figure 7b.Note: If the tabs are already engaged,do not rotate.WARNINGFailure to complete sub-steps1 through 3 could cause fan tofall. (Sub-step 3 not applicablefor flush mounting.)Groove inHangerBallCanopyTabGroove inHanger BallFigure 7b - Canopy Tabs and Groovesin Hanger BallFigure 7a - Attaching Canopy toCeiling Plate41524-01 9-5-200117


®STEP 8 - ASSEMBLING FAN BLADESHunter fans use several styles of fanblade irons (brackets that hold theblade to the fan).1. Your fan may include blade grommets(see Parts List). If your fanhas grommets, insert them byhand into the holes as shown inFigure 8a.2. Attach each blade to blade ironusing three blade assembly screwsas shown in Figure 8b. Some fansGrommetfeature a decorative medallion aswell as a blade iron. Insert theassembly screws into the bladeiron, through the blade and intothe medallion, with the bladesandwiched between the bladeiron and medallion as shown inFigure 8c.If you used grommets, the bladesmay appear slightly loose afterscrews are tightened. This is normal.3. Remove the blade mountingscrews and rubber shippingbumpers from the motor.BladeIronFanBladeMedallionFigure 8a - Inserting Grommet intoFan BladeFigure 8b - Attaching Fan Blade toBlade IronFigure 8c - Attaching Fan Blade toBlade Iron using Decorative Medallion1841524-01 9-5-2001


®4. For each blade, insert one blademounting screw through theblade iron as shown in Figure 8d,and attach lightly to the fan. Insertthe second blade mountingscrew, then securely tighten bothmounting screws.Figure 8d - Attaching Blade Irons toHub of Fan Assembly41524-01 9-5-200119


®STEP 9 - ATTACHING THE SWITCH HOUSINGThe switch housing is made up oftwo sections: the upper switch housing,and the lower switch housing.ATTACHING THE UPPER SWITCHHOUSING1. Partially install two #6-32 x 3/8"housing assembly screws into theswitch housing mounting plate asshown in Figure 9a.SwitchHousingMountingPlateUpperSwitchHousingHousingAssemblyScrewUpper PlugConnectorFigure 9a - Attaching Upper SwitchHousing to Switch Housing MountingPlate2. Feed the upper plug connectorthrough the center opening of theupper switch housing. See Figure9a.3. Align the keyhole slots in the upperswitch housing with the housingassembly screws installed insub-step 1.4. Turn the upper switch housingcounterclockwise until the housingassembly screws are firmlysituated in the narrow end of thekeyhole slots as shown in Figure9b. Install the one remaining #6-32 x 3/8" housing assembly screwinto the third hole in the upperswitch housing. Tighten all threescrews firmly.CAUTIONMake sure the upper switchhousing is securely attached tothe switch housing mountingplate. Failure to properly attachand tighten all three housingassembly screws could resultin the switch housing andlight fixture falling.Figure 9b - Mounting the UpperSwitch Housing2041524-01 9-5-2001


®ATTACHING THE LOWERSWITCH HOUSINGYour hunter fan includes one of twolower switch housings. Both lowerswitch housings are shown in Figures9c and 9d. The type of lower switchhousing you have depends onwhether your fan includes a light fixture,and if so, what type of light fixtureit is. Use table 9-1 to assist you.Figure 9dTable 9-1Fan with no lightfixture includedFan with singleglobelight fixtureincludedFan with multilightlight fixtureincludedFan with integratedsingle globeSee Figure 9cSee Figure 9cSee Figure 9dSee Figure 9eFigure 9cIf your fan has a lower switch housingas shown in Figure 9c, and youARE installing an accessory light kitor single-globe light fixture includedwith your fan, go directly to STEP10 - INSTALLING LIGHT FIXTURE.Figure 9econtinued41524-01 9-5-200121


®If your fan has a lower switch housingas shown in Figure 9c and youARE NOT installing a light fixture, orif your fan has a lower switch housingas shown in Figure 9d or 9e,complete the following steps:1. Connect the upper plug connectorfrom the motor to the lowerplug connector in the lowerswitch housing assembly. See Figure9f.Note: Both plug connectors arepolarized and will only fit togetherone way. Make sure that bothconnectors are properly alignedbefore connecting them together.Incorrect connection could causeimproper operation and damageto the product.Lower PlugConnectorHousingAssemblyScrewFigure 9f - Plug Connection andLower Switch Housing InstallationUpperSwitchHousingUpper PlugConnectorLowerSwitchHousing2. Place the lower switch housingassembly over the upper switchhousing. Align the side screwholes in the upper and lowerswitch housings. Attach the lowerswitch housing to the upperswitch housing with three #6-32x 3/8" housing assembly screws.See Figure 9f.Note: If your fan does not includea light fixture, you may purchasean accessory light kit separately.See STEP 10 - INSTALLING LIGHTFIXTURE.2241524-01 9-5-2001


®STEP 10 - INSTALLING LIGHT FIXTUREYour fan may include a light fixture.Information for wiring and installingall included Hunter light fixtures follows.Note: If you purchased a fan withouta light fixture, you may purchasean accessory light kit separately. Forbest performance and beauty, useonly Hunter-brand light kits, Type A-Z. Hunter light kits are designed,tested, and UL approved for allHunter fans, and are available atmost Hunter dealers. To install thelight kit, follow the instructions includedwith the kit.If you are not installing a light fixture,turn to OPERATING YOURHUNTER FAN for additional instructions.41524-01 9-5-2001WARNING• To avoid possible electricalshock, before installinglight fixtures, disconnectpower by turning off thecircuit breakers both to theoutlet box and to its associatedwall switch location.If you cannot lock the circuitbreakers in the off position,securely fasten aprominent warning device,such as a tag, to the servicepanel.• Connect house wiring tothe fan before attachingthe light fixture to the fan.• All wiring must be in accordancewith national and localelectrical codes andANSI/NFPA 70. If you areunfamiliar with wiring, youshould use a qualified electrician.LowerSwitchHousingSwitchHousingCapPlug ButtonFigure 10a - Removing Plug Buttonand Switch Housing Capcontinued23


®INSTALLING INCLUDED SINGLE-GLOBE LIGHT FIXTURE1. Remove the plug cap from thelower switch housing.Note: Do not discard the plugcap. You will need this if you removethe light fixture in the future.2. Locate the two wires in the lowerswitch housing labeled “ConnectLight Here” or “For Light Use”.One will be white, the other black/white. Unscrew the wire nutscounterclockwise to expose thebare metal leads.3. Locate the white wire and theblack wire coming from the lightfixture.4. Thread the two wires from thelight fixture through the centerhole in the lower switch housing.5. Screw the fixture into the lowerswitch housing. Thread thelockwasher and nut provided overthe wires. Making sure the lightfixture mounting screw holes arealigned; hold the light fixture andtighten the nut on the inside ofthe lower switch housing. Insertand tighten the two #6-32 semslight fixture mounting screws.6. Connect the black wire from thelight fixture to the black/whitewire from the lower switch housing.See Figure 10b.Connect the white wire from thelight fixture to the white wire fromthe lower switch housing. See Figure10b.To fasten the wires, twist the twobare leads together. Place a wirenut over the intertwined lengthof wire and twist clockwise untiltight.CAUTIONBe sure no bare wire or wirestrands are visible after makingconnections.Black/WhiteWire fromSwitch HousingBlack Wirefrom LightFixtureWhite Wirefrom SwitchHousingWire NutWhite Wirefrom LightFixtureLightFixtureFigure 10b - Wiring Light Fixture toFan2441524-01 9-5-2001


®7. Connect the upper plug connectorfrom the motor to the lowerplug connector in the lowerswitch housing assembly. See Figure9f.Note: Both plug connectors arepolarized and will only fit togetherone way. Make sure that bothconnectors are properly alignedbefore connecting them together.Incorrect connection could causeimproper operation and damageto the product.8. Place the lower switch housingassembly over the upper switchhousing. Align the side screwholes in the upper and lowerswitch housings. Attach the lowerswitch housing to the upperswitch housing with three #6-32x 3/8" housing assembly screws.See Figure 9f.INSTALLING SINGLE-GLOBEFIXTURE BULB AND GLOBERefer to Figure 10c.1. Install light bulbs.2. Insert the globe around the bulband into the fixture. Install andtighten thumbscrews manually.Do not overtighten.ThumbscrewBulbFigure 10c - Single-Globe FixtureGlobeINSTALLING INTEGRATED MULTI-LIGHT FIXTURE BULBS ANDGLOBESRefer to Figure 10d.1. Place silencer band around theneck of each globe.2. Insert globe in cup.3. Install and tighten thumbscrewsmanually. Do not overtighten.4. Install bulbs.CupGlobeFigure 10d - Multi-Light FixtureThumbscrewSilencerBandcontinued41524-01 9-5-200125


®AURORA AND TIFFANY LIGHTFIXTURESThread the fan switch pull chainthrough the grommetted hole in thelight fixture bracket. Unfasten theextra chain looped through the holein the in the lower mounting cap andattach it to the fan switch pull chain.Repeat for light switch pull chain.Refer to Figures 10e and 10f.GrommettedHoleLowerMounting CapHole in LowerMounting CapExtra ChainsFigure 10e - Threading Fan SwitchPull Chain through GrommetFigure 10f - Attaching Fan Switch PullChain Extension (Aurora/Tiffany)2641524-01 9-5-2001


®AURORA AND TIFFANY LIGHTFIXTURESNote: Sub-step 1 applies to all lightfixtures. Sub-steps 2-7 apply to Tiffanyand Aurora light fixtures. Referto Figures 10g.1. Install bulbs.2. Thread the fan switch pull chainthrough the hole in the metaldisk.3. Place globe on pipe until flushagainst metal disk.4. Thread the light switch pull chainthrough the large center openingof the globe.5. Thread the fan switch pull chainthrough the small center openingin the globe.6. Place the cover plate up againstthe underside of the globe. Passlight and fan switch pull chainsthrough the appropriate holes.7. Thread the light switch pull chainthrough the finial and screw thecap onto the pipe end until tight.FanSwitchPull ChainGlobeFigure 10g - Aurora FixturesBulbSocketPipeMetal DiskLightSwitchPull ChainCover PlateFinialINSTALLING ACCESSORY LIGHTKITSTo install the light kit, follow the instructionsincluded with the kit forwiring, mounting, and assembly. Aftercompleting the light kit installation,follow sub-steps 1 and 2 onpage 22 to reattach the lower switchhousing.41524-01 9-5-200127


®OPERATING YOUR HUNTER FAN AND REMOTEYour Hunter Fan comes with anacessory pull chain pendant for bothfan and light operation. To install thepull chain pendants, insert the looseend of the pull chain pendant intothe breakaway connector on the fanand light pull chains.OPERATING YOUR HUNTER FANWITHOUT REMOTE1. Turn on electrical power to thefan.2. The pull chain controls power tothe fan. The chain has four settingsin sequence: High, Medium,Low and Off.• Pull the chain slowly to changesettings.• Release slowly to prevent thechain from recoiling into theblades.• The chain uses a breakawayconnector that separates if thechain is jerked. If this happens,simply reinsert the chain intothe connector.3. Ceiling fans work best by blowingair downward (counterclockwiseblade rotation) in warmweather to cool the room with aFigure 11a - Air Flow Patternsdirect breeze. In winter, havingthe fan draw air upward (clockwiseblade rotation) will distributethe warmer air trapped at theceiling around the room withoutcausing a draft. Refer to Figure11a.To change the direction of airflow, turn the fan off and let itcome to a complete stop. Slidethe reversing switch on the fanto the opposite position as shownin Figure 11b. Restart fan.4. If your fan wobbles when operating,use the enclosed balancingkit and instructions to balance thefan.PullChainReversingSwitchFigure 11b - Pull Chain and ReversingSwitch2841524-01 9-5-2001


®CLEANING AND MAINTENANCECaring for finishes: For cleaning, asoft brush or lint-free cloth shouldbe used to prevent scratching the finish.A vaccuum cleaner brush nozzlecan remove heavier dust. Surfacesmudges or an accumulation of dirtand dust can easily be removed byusing a mild detergent and a slightlydampened cloth. An artistic agentmay be used, but never use abrasivecleaning agents as they will damagethe finish.Caring for blades: Wood finishblades should be cleaned with a furniturepolishing cloth. Occasionally,a light coat of furniture polish maybe applied for added protection andbeauty. Painted and high-glossblades may be cleaned in the samemanner as the fan finish.MANUFACTURER'SPHONE NUMBERIf you need parts or serviceasssitance, please call 901-248-2222or visit us at our WEB site at:http://www.hunterfan.com41524-01 9-5-200129


®TROUBLESHOOTINGPROBLEM PROBABLE CAUSE SOLUTIONNothing happens; fan does not move. 1. Power turned off, fuse blown, or 1. Turn power on, replace fuse, or resetcircuit breaker tripped.breaker.2. Loose wire connections or wrongconnections.3. Motor reversing switch not engaged.4. Pull chain switch not “on.”5. Shipping bumpers still in place.2a. Loosen canopy, check all connectionsaccording to STEP 6 - WIRING THEFAN (turn power off beforechecking).2b.Check the plug connection in theswitch housing according to STEP9 - ATTACHING THE SWITCHHOUSING.3. Push switch firmly up or down.4. Pull switch chain.5. Remove shipping bumpers.Noisy operation.1. Blade brackets screwed loosely tomotor.2. Blade screwed loosely to blade iron.3. Blade cracked.1. Tighten screws until snug.2. Tighten screws until snug.3. Replace all blades.3041524-01 9-5-2001


®PROBLEM PROBABLE CAUSE SOLUTIONNoisy operation (continued).4. Using non-approved speed control. 4. Change to approved speed control.5. Glass screwed loosely to fixture. 5. Hand-tighten the light fixturescrews. Ensure that rubber noiseisolators are installed.6. Switch housing is loose.6. Check and tighten screws to theswitch housing mounting plate andto the upper and lower switchhousing.Excessive wobbling.Note: When switching from mediumto low speed, you may notice some fanwobble. When the fan stabilizes at lowspeed, wobble will disappear.1. Unbalanced blades.2. Loose blades or blade irons.3. Fan not secure on hanger assembly.4. Fan hanger ball not seated incanopy tabs.1. Use balancing kit included with fan.2. Tighten all screws.3. Turn power off, support fan verycarefully, loosen canopy and hangcorrectly.4. Turn power off, support the fanvery carefully, and check that thehanger ball is properly seated.If you have tried these troubleshooting solutions and still have trouble, call 901-248-2222 or visit ourWeb site at http://www.hunterfan.com.continued41524-01 9-5-200131

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