Minka-Aire F702 Specifications

Congratulations on your purchase of a
Minka-AireTM ceiling fan! Your new fan will
be a beautiful addition to you home, and will
keep you comfortable throughout the year.
TM
Minka-Aire offers a variety of ceiling fans: combinations of wood
and brass finish, solid designer colors, and unique glass and crystal
designs. A large selection of light fixtures and light kits are also
available. Ask your dealer about accessories that will allow your to
customize your fan.
We're certain that your Minka-AireTM fan will provide you
will many years of comfort, energy savings and satisfaction. To
ensure your personal safety and to maximize the performance of your
fan, please read this manual thoroughly.
LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY
Minka-AireTM warrants this fan to be free from defects in material
and workmanship for one year from the date of purchase, expect for
the motor, Minka-AireTM warrants to the original owner that the
motor in this fan shall be free from defects in material and
workmanship as long as the original purchase owns the fan. MinkaAireTM only obligation under this limited warranty is to replace repair
or refund the purchase price any fan confirmed by Minka-AireTM to
be defective in material or workmanship after such fan is returned to
Minka-AireTM by the original purchase along with a proof of
purchase and with shipping charges prepaid. This warranty shall not
apply to fans which have been damaged as a result of improper
installation, removed from the original installation or subjected to
use for which the fan was not designed. The customer shall be
responsible for any cost of removing the old fan, installing a new fan
or any other costs. This limited lifetime warranty is in lieu of all
other expressed warranties. Minka-AireTM shall under no
circumstances be liable for any incidental or consequential damages.
Date Purchase
Store Purchase
Model Number
Serial Number
F702
CONTENTS
SAFETY RULES................................................................................... 1
PACKAGE CONTENTS.....................................................................2
INSTALLING THE FAN.................................................................... 3
ASSEMBLING THE FAN................................................................... 4
HANGING THE FAN........................................................................ 5
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS...................................................... 6
INSTALLING THE WALL TRANSMITTER.................................. 7
FINISHING THE INSTALLATION................................................. 8
BLADE INSTALLATION................................................................... 9
INSTALLING THE LIGHT BULB & GLASS SHADE............... 10
OPERATING YOUR WALL TRANSMITTER............................. 11
CARE OF YOUR FAN..................................................................... 12
TROUBLESHOOTING....................................................................13
SPECIFICATIONS.............................................................................14
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1. SAFETY RULES
1. Before you begin installing the fan,
shut the power off at the circuit
breaker or the fuse box.
2.Be cautions! Read all instructions
and safety information before
installing your new fan. Review
accompanying assembly diagrams.
3. Make sure that all electrical
connections comply with local codes,
ordinances, or National Electrical
Codes. Hire a qualified electrician or
consult a do-it-yourself wiring
handbook if you are unfamiliar with
installing electrical wiring.
4. Make sure the installation site you
choose allows the fan blades to rotate
without any obstructions. Allow a
minimum clearance of 7 feet from the
floor and the floor to the lowest edge
of the blades 18 inches from the tip of
the blade to the wall.
5.If you are mounting the fan to a
ceiling outlet box, use U.L. Listed
metal octagonal outlet box marked
"Acceptable for fan support". Secure
the box directly to the building
structure. The outlet box and its
support must be able to support the
moving weight of the fan (at least 50
lbs.) Do not use a plastic outlet box.
6. Caution: To reduce the risk of
personal injury use only the screws
provided with the outlet box.
7. If you are mounting the fan to a
joist, make sure it is able to support
the moving weight of the fan (at least
50 lbs.).
8. After you install the fan, make sure
that all mountings are secured to
prevent the fan from falling.
9. Do not insert anything into the fan
blades while the fan is operating.
10. Turn the fan off and wait for it to
stop completely before reversing the
fan direction.
NOTE: The important safeguards
and instructions appearing in this
manual are not meant to cover all
possible conditions and situations that
may occur. It must be understood that
common sense, caution and care are
factors which can not be built into
this product. These factors must be
supplied by the person(s) installing,
caring for and operating the unit.
WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK, OR OTHER PERSONAL INJURY,
MOUNT FAN ONLY TO A U.L. LISTED OUTLET BOX OR SUPPORTING SYSTEM MARKED
ACCEPTABLE FOR FAN SUPPORT AND USE MOUNTING SCREWS PRO-VIDED WITH
THE OUTLET BOX IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE LOCKWASHERS PROVIDED WITH THE
FAN, MOST OUTLET BOXES COMMONLY USED FOR THE SUPPORT OF LIGHTING
FIXTURES ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE FOR FAN SUPPORT AND NEED TO BE REPLACED.
CONSULT A QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN IF IN DOUBT.
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF PERSONAL INJURY, DO NOT BEND THE BLADE HOLDERS
WHILE INSTALLING, BALANCING THE BLADES, OR CLEANING THE FAN. DO NOT
INSERT FOREIGN OBJECTS BETWEEN ROTATING FAN BLADES.
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT USE THIS FAN WITH
ANY SOLID-STATE SPEED CONTROL DEVICE
PACKAGE CONTENTS 2.
2
1
3
4
5a
5b
6
10
7
11
14a
14b
15
8
12
9
13
16
Unpack your fan and check the contents. You should have the following items:
9. Fan motor/housing assembly
1. Fan blades (5 )
10. Blade holders (5)
2. Hanger bracket
11. 50W Halogen bulb (2)
3. Canopy
12. Glass shade
4. Canopy cover
13. Light kit stem
5a. Standard downrod assembly
14a.Wall Transmitter Incl. 2 Mounting
5b. Minimum-length downrod (for
Screws and 3 Wire Nuts
close to ceiling mounting only)
14b.Wall Plate w/2 Mounting screws
6. Coupling cover
15. Receiver with 7 wire nuts
7. Upper housing
16.
Balancing kit
8. Bulb holder assembly
A
C
B
A. Mounting Hardware:
#10 X 1.5" Wood Screws (2 PCs.)
#8-32 X 3/4" Machine screws (2PCs.)
Lock washers (2 PCs.)
4mm Star washers (2 PCs.)
Wire nuts (3 PCs. )
Washers (2PCs.)
B. Blade Attachment Hardware:
3/16" x 7 mm Screws (16PCs.)
Fibber Washers (16PCs.)
C. Bracket Holder Hardware:
3/16" x 3/4" Screws with lock washers
(11PCs.)
3. INSTALLING THE FAN
Tools Required: Phillips screw driver; slotted screw driver; step-ladder; wire cutters;
electrical tape.
PARALLEL WOOD BRACE
(Min. 2" Thick)
CEILING
JOIST
CROSS BRACE
OUTLET
BOX
OUTLET BOX
CEILING JOIST OR
CROSS BRACE
CEILING
JOIST
FIG. 1
ANGLED CEILING
MAXIMUM 17 ANGLE
RECESSED
OUTLET BOX
FIG. 3
FIG. 2
PROVIDE
STRONG
SUPPORT
HANGER
OPENING
MUST BE
FACING
UPSIDE
HANGER BAR
(OPTIONAL)
OUTLET BOX
CEILING
JOIST
HANGER
BRACKET
FIG. 4
MOUNTING OPTIONS
If there isn't an existing mounting box, Figure 1, 2 and 3 are examples of
then read the following instructions. different ways to mount the outlet box.
Disconnect the power by removing
Note:You may need a longer downrod
fuses or turning off circuit breakers.
to maintain proper blade clearance
when
installing on a steep, sloped
Secure the outlet box directly to the
are available
building structure. Use appropriate ceiling. Longer downrods
TM dealer.
Minka-Aire
from
your
fasteners and building materials. The
outlet box and its support must be able To hang your fan where there is an
to fully support the moving weight of existing fixture but no ceiling joist, you
the fan (at least 50 lbs.). Use a UL may need to install a hanger bar as
Listed metal outlet box. Do not use a shown in Fig. 4 (available at your
plastic outlet box.
Minka-AireTM dealer).
ASSEMBLING THE FAN 4.
Your fan is packed with the motor
and Upper Housing unassembled,
proceed the following steps for fan
assembly:
Step1. Remove the two screws and
rubber washers from the top of the
motor center band. Place the upper
housing over the motor center band
and secure it with the two screws and
rubber washers previously removed.
(Fig.5)
Step2. Engage the white wire
connectors from the motor and the
bulb holder assembly make sure the
connection is secured Follow the same
procedure for the orange and black
wire connectors.(Fig.6)
Step3. Loosen the three screws (do
not remove) from the motor
coupling.(Fig. 7)
Step4. Place the bulb holder assembly
key holes over the 3 screws previously
loosened
from the motor coupling, turn the
bulb holder assembly until it locks in
place at the narrow section of the key
holes. secure by tightening the three
screws previously loosened.(Fig.7)
Upper housing
Screw
Rubber
washers
Top motor
Motor
center
band
Fig. 5
Bulb holder
assembly
Wire
connectors
Motor
Fig. 6
Bulb holder
assembly
Screws
Motor
Motor
coupling
Fig. 7
5.HANGING THE FAN
REMEMBER to turn off the power.
Follow the steps below to hang your
fan properly:
Step 1. Secure the hanger bracket to
the ceiling outlet box using screws
included with your outlet box, lock
washers included with the fan. (Fig.8)
Step 2. Loosen the two set screws and
remove the hitch pin and lock pin in
the top coupling of the motor
assembly. (Fig. 9)
Step 3. Remove hanger ball from
downrod assembly by loosening set
screw, removing the cross pin, and
sliding ball off rod. (Fig.10)
Step 4. Carefully feed fan wires up
through the downrod. (Fig. 11)
Thread the rod into the coupling,
next line up holes and replace lock
pin and hitch pin. Tighten set screws.
Step 5. Slip coupling cover, canopy
cover and canopy onto downrod.
(Fig. 12) Carefully reinstall hanger
ball onto rod being sure that cross pin
is in correct position, set screws are
tighten and wires are not twisted.
Step 6. Now lift motor assembly
into position and place hanger ball
into hanger bracket. Rotate until the
check groove has dropped into the
registration slot and seats firmly. (Fig.
13) Rod should not rotate if this is
done correctly.
Outlet box
Set
screws
Hitch
pin
Lock
pin
Hanger bracket
Figure 8
Figure 9
Cross pin
Hanger
ball
Downrod
Screw
Supply
wires
Downrod
Figure 10
Figure 11
Downrod
Coupling cover
*Omit coupling
cover when using
the minimum-length
downrod
Canopy
Canopy cover
Set screws
Lock pin
Figure 12
Registration
slot
Figure 13
Hitch pin
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS 6.
WARNING: To avoid possible electrical Step 4. (Fig. 16 & 17) If your outlet box has
shock, be sure electricity is turned off at a ground wire (green or bare copper) connect
the main fuse box before wiring.
the fan ground wire from hanger ball and
hanger bracket to it; otherwise connect the
NOTE: (Fig. 14) This remote control fan ground wire from the hanger ball and
unit is equipped with 16 code hanger bracket together.
combinations to prevent possible
interference from or to other remote Step 5. After the splices are made, secure
units. The frequency switches on your connectors with electrical tape. Spread the
receiver and wall transmitter have been wires apart so that the green and white wires
pre-set from the factory. Please recheck are on one side of the outlet box and the
to make sure the switches from both black, orange and blue wires are on the other.
units are set to the same positions. Any Make sure there are no loose strands or
combination of settings will operate the connections. Turn wire connectors upward
fan as long as the wall transmitter and and push the wiring into the outlet box.
receiver are set to the same switch
settings.
Step 1. (Fig.15) Insert the receiver unit
into the hanger bracket with the flat
side of the receiver facing the ceiling.
Step 2. (Fig. 16 & 17) Motor to receiver
electrical connections; Connect the black
wire from the fan to the 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 bottom light" from the receiver.
Connect the orange wire from the fan to
the orange wire marked "For Upperlight" from the receiver.
Step 3.(Fig. 16 & 17) Receiver to house
supply wires electrical connections;
Connect the black (Hot) wire from the
outlet box to the black wire marked "AC
in L" from the receiver. Connect the
white (neutral) wire from the outlet box
to the white wire marked "AC in N"
from the receiver. Secure all wire
connections with the plastic wire nuts
provided.
Fig. 14
Receiver
Hanger bracket
Fig. 15
Outlet box
White (neutral)
Black (hot)
Green or bare
copper (ground)
Black ("AC IN L")
White ("AC IN N")
Receiver
Black ("to motor L")
White ("to motor N")
Blue (for bottom light)
Orange
(for upper light)
Ground (Connect to
(green) ground wire on
hanger bracket
if no house
ground wire
exists.)
Blue (for bottom light)
Black (motor)
White (neutral)
Orange
(for upper light)
Fan
Fig. 16
INPUT
Blue
Ground
Black
Black
Blue
Black
White
Orange
Ground
Fig. 17
Green
White
Orange
White
AC SUPPLY
Black
Green
Wall
control
Black
Black
Black
White
Black
AC120V
INSTALLING THE WALL TRANSMITTER 7.
WARNING: HOOK UP IN "SERIES ONLY" DO NOT CONNECT THE
HOT AND NEUTRAL WIRES OF THE ELECTRIC CIRCUIT TO THE
TRANSMITTER WALL SWITCH DAMAGE TO THE SWITCH AND
POSSIBLE FIRE COULD OCCUR.
Step 1. Remove the existing wall plate and switch from the wall junction box..
Step 2. Make the electrical connections as shown in (Fig. 17). If your outlet box
has a ground wire (green or bare copper) connect the wall transmitter's ground
wire to it; otherwise connect the wall transmitter's ground wire directly to one of
the screws from the outlet box.
Step 3. (Fig. 18). Carefully tuck the wire connectors inside the junction box.
Secure the wall transmitter with the two screws provided. Attach the decorator
faceplate over the wall transmitter and secure with the two screws provided.
Fig. 18
FINISHING THE INSTALLATION 8.
Step 1. Slide canopy up to the ceiling
and over the 2 screws on hanger
bracket. Rotate canopy clockwise,
next, while holding the canopy with
one hand slide the canopy cover over
the screws and rotate clockwise until
tight.
Outlet box
Hanger
bracket
Hanger
ball
Note; Adjust canopy screws as
necessary until the canopy and canopy
cover are snug. (Fig. 19)
Canopy
Fig. 19
Canopy
cover
9. BLADE INSTALLATION
Step1. Attach the fan blade to the blade holder using the screws and fiber washers
provided. Tighten screws securely. Repeat process for remaining blades.(Fig. 20A)
Step2. Rotate motor until holes become visible through the light plate access
window. Align the holes from the blade holder to the holes from the motor and
secure in place with screws provided (Fig. 20)
Screws
Blade holder
Fiber
washers
Blade
Light plate
Fig. 20
Access
window
Blade
bracket
Blade
holder screw
Fig. 20a
INSTALLING THE LIGHT BULB
& GLASS SHADE 10.
WARNING: Shut of the power supply
before removing or replacing lamp. In
handling of halogen bulb, care should be
taken not to touch it with your bare
hands. Oil residue will shorten the life of
the halogen bulb. If you accidentally
come into contact, wipe thoroughly
with a clean, lint-free, cotton cloth.
Allow the bulb to cool off for 10
minutes before changing the bulb. Use
light bulb in accordance with the fan's
specification. TO REDUCE THE
RISK OF FIRE DO NOT EXCEED
MAXIMUM WATTAGE RATING.
Step 1. Install 2x50W halogen bulb
by screwing it clockwise into bulb
socket (Fig. 21).
Step 2. Raise the glass shade up
against the light plate and secure it to
the fan with the light kit stem. (Fig.
21)
Light plate
50 W halogen bulb
Light kit stem
Fig. 21
Bulb
socket
Light kit stem
Glass shade
11.OPERATING THE WALL TRANSMITTER
Restore power to ceiling fan and test for
proper operation.
A. HI, MED, and LOW buttons:
These three buttons are used to set
the fan speed as follows:
HI= high speed
Med= medium speed
Low= low speed
B. FAN OFF button:
This button turns the fan off.
SUMMER OPERATION
Fig 22
C. D/L button:
This button controls the down light.
D. U/L button:
This button controls the up light.
Press and release the button to turn the
light ON or OFF. Press and hold the
button to set the desired brightness. The
light key has an auto-resume, it will stay
at the same brightness as the last time it
was turned off.
Speed settings for warm or cool
weather depend on factors such as the
room size. Ceiling height, number of
fans, etc.
WINTER OPERATION
Fig 23
Warm weather - (Forward)
A downward airflow creates a cooling
effect as shown in Fig. 22. This allows
you to set your air conditioner on a
warmer setting without affecting your
The Reverse switch is located on the comfort.
top of motor assembly.
Slide the
switch to the Left for warm weather Cool weather - (Reverse)
operation. Slide the switch to the Right An upward airflow moves warm air
for cool weather operation.
off the ceiling area as shown in Fig. 23.
This allows you to set your heating unit
NOTE: Wait for fan to stop before on a cooler setting without affecting
changing the setting of the slide switch. your comfort.
CARE OF YOUR FAN 12.
Here are some suggestions to help you 4. You can apply a light oat of furniture
maintain your fan.
polish to the wood for additional
protection and enhanced beauty. Cover
1. Because of the fan's natural small scratches with a light application
movement, some connections may of shoe polish.
become loose. Check the support
connections,
brackets, and blade 5. There is no need to oil your fan. The
attachments twice a year. Make sure motor has permanently lubricated
they are secure. (It is not necessary to bearings.
remove fan from ceiling.).
6. All glass should be cleaned using
lukewarm soapy water and a soft cloth
2. Clean your fan periodically to help or sponge.
maintain its new appearance over the
years. Do not use water when cleaning. DO NOT IMMERSE GLASS IN
This could damage the motor, or the HOT WATER. DO NOT PUT
wood, or possibly cause an electrical GLASS INTO AN AUTOMATIC
DISHWASHER
shock.
3. Use only a soft brush or lint-free
cloth to avoid scratching the finish. The
plating is sealed with a lacquer to
minimize discoloration or tarnishing.
WARNING
Make sure the power is off at the
electrical panel box Before you
attempt any repairs. Refer to the
section, "Making Electrical
Connections".
For any additional information about your Minka-AireTM Ceiling fan, please
write to:
1151 W. Bradford Court
Corona, CA 92882
For customer assistance call: 1-800-307-3267
13. TROUBLESHOOTING
Problem
Solution
Fan will not start
1. Check fuses or circuit breakers.
2. Check line wire connections to fan.
CAUTION: Make sure main power is off.
3. Check to make sure the dip switches from the
transmitter and receiver are set to the same frequency.
Fan sounds noisy.
1. Allow a 24-hour "break-in" period. Most noises
associated with a new fan will go away during this time.
2. Make sure all motor housing screws are snug.
3. Make sure that the screws that attach the fan bade
bracket to the motor hub are tight.
4. Make sure your outlet box is secured and rubber pads
were used between the hanger bracket and outlet box.
Fan Wobble
1. Check that all blade and blade holder screws are
secured.
2. Use the enclosed blade balancing kit if blade
wobble is excessive. (See instructions included with
the balancing kit.)
NOTE: All blade sets are grouped by weight. Because
natural wood blades vary in density, the fan may wobble
even though blades are weight matched.
14. SPECIFICATIONS
Fan Size
52"
Speed
Volts Amps Watts RPM CFM N.W.
120
Low
Medium 120
120
High
15
32
67
74
114
172
1035
11.96
4000
kgs
5600
G.W.
13.44
kgs
2.66'
These are typical readings. Your actual fan may vary. They do not include Amps
and Wattage used by the light kit.