Casablanca Veneto Owner`s manual

Veneto™ Owner’s Manual
Read and Save These Instructions!
Safety and the proper operation of your Casablanca fan both require a thorough knowledge
of the product and proper installation; therefore, before attempting to install and operate your
Casablanca fan, read this owner’s manual completely and carefully. Retain this manual for
future reference.
Caution: To avoid possible electrical shock, make certain that electricity is turned off
at the circuit breaker or fuse box before attempting any installation procedure.
CONTENTS
Parts List___________________________________________________________________________3
Introduction________________________________________________________________________5
Before You Start................................................................................................................................................. 5
Safe Use............................................................................................................................................................. 5
Mounting Recommendations........................................................................................................................... 6
Sloped Ceiling Installation................................................................................................................................ 6
Fan Installation_____________________________________________________________________7
Getting Started................................................................................................................................................... 7
Mounting Bracket Installation........................................................................................................................... 7
Pipe Scroll Hardware......................................................................................................................................... 8
Pipe Scroll Assembly......................................................................................................................................... 8
Upper Glass Assembly.....................................................................................................................................10
Hanging the Fan................................................................................................................................................10
Wiring................................................................................................................................................................ 11
Securing the Canopy........................................................................................................................................13
Blade Installation..............................................................................................................................................14
Light Kit Installation..........................................................................................................................................15
W-74 Wall Control Preparation.........................................................................................................................16
W-74 Control Installation__________________________________________________________ 17
Installing the W-74 Wall Control.......................................................................................................................17
Single W-74 Installation....................................................................................................................................17
Dual W-74 Installation.......................................................................................................................................18
W-74 Operation___________________________________________________________________ 19
Operation Power...............................................................................................................................................19
Operation Speed Control.................................................................................................................................19
Operation Reversing Airflow...........................................................................................................................19
Operation Lights...............................................................................................................................................19
Changing Frequency Setting.......................................................................................................................... 20
Operation CFL Mode....................................................................................................................................... 20
Automatic Demonstration Program............................................................................................................... 21
Operation Safe-Exit®....................................................................................................................................... 21
Light-minder® Program.................................................................................................................................. 21
Operation Fan-Minder™ Program.................................................................................................................. 22
Operation Home-Safe® Program.................................................................................................................. 22
Troubleshooting Tips______________________________________________________________ 23
Care Recommendations___________________________________________________________ 24
Product Specifications____________________________________________________________ 24
P/N C1543001
HN1209
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Parts List
Parts List
Parts List
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Item #
20
19
23
25
22
21
26
33
30
41
8
4
5
7
12
15
13
14
16
Item Name
Hanging System
42
Hardware Pack C
20
Wood Screw #10
21
Wood Screw #8
22
Washer
23
Screw, 10-32
24
Ceiling Plate
25
Canopy
26
Trim Ring
10
Receiver
32
Hardware Pack A
6
Pipe Assembly
29
Hardware Pack B
30
Set Screw (Pre-Installed)
33
Screw #8-32
35
Scroll Kit
36
Screw, Ball
37
Shaft Collar
38
Screw #6-32
39
Downrod Scroll
4
Finial
41
Glass Cover
5
Light Kit
40
Glass Set
7
Glass Shade, Upper
8
Glass Bowl, Lower
9
Blade Badge
17
Blade Screw Kit
18
Blade Iron
28
Blade Set
27
Blade Iron Screw Set
11
Wall Control Assembly
12
W74 Dual Control
13
Décor Wall Plate (White)
14
Wire Nut
15
Screw 6-32 X .75
16
Screw 6-32
2
Screwdriver, Phillips
39
Allen Wrench
1
Balancing Kit
3
Light Bulb E12 C7 (15W)
31
Candelabra Bulb (40W)
If you are in need of service parts, do not return this fan to the store.
Veneto ™
Model #
C15G624L
Asm. Dwg. #
98093-06
Finish
Bullion Black
Qnty
Part #
1
99411-10-000
1
G0151-03-000
2
2
4
4
1
10
32
1
1
1
89346-02-000
1
G0151-03-000
1
87942-19-624
1
G0150-01-000
6
1
3
1
G0153-01-000
38
37
3
39
36
1
3
3
1
76402-01-624
1
76899-01-624
1
88134-01-000
1
G238
28
1
1
5
88123-05-624
1
89440-14-000
5
98079-05-624
1
G0113-27-000
1
G0111-01-000
1
89350-02-000
9
27
18
17
1
1
4
2
2
1
65567-01-000
1
64801-01-232
1
65520-01-000
6
76323-01-000
3
77646-07-000
31
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Call our Support Center toll free at 1-888-227-2178
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PLEASE INSPECT ALL PACKAGING PRIOR TO DISCARDING!
Your Casablanca fan was crafted with pride and care and inspected thoroughly prior to
shipment. Before you begin to assemble and install your Casablanca fan, remove all
parts from the carton and check them against the Parts Guide in this manual.
Make sure all parts are included in the box using the Parts Guide on the following pages.
If there are missing or broken parts:
Call 1-888-227-2178 Monday through Friday,
7 a.m. to 4 p.m. PST. Your request will be handled
immediately. Replacement parts will be sent to you
via Federal Express.
Always turn power to the ceiling fan OFF before
replacing lightbulbs or working on your fan.
Proper Parts Handling
Never install a fan over a pool or spa.
Do not remove lightbulbs from their packaging
until you are ready to install them.
Never operate a fan that has been damaged in any
way.
Before discarding packaging materials, be certain
that all parts have been removed.
Install the fan according to the instructions in this
manual.
Use a clean, dry paintbrush to remove small
Styrofoam pieces that may remain after unpacking.
If the fan does not work:
Do not brush Styrofoam into wiring cavities.
The blades in each pack are matched for equal
weight to assure smooth fan operation. If more
than one fan is being installed, do not mix blades
from different cartons.
When cleaning, painting, or working near your fan,
be cautious of the fan and blades.
Never insert anything into the path of the fan
blades while the fan is in operation.
Refer to the Troubleshooting Tips in this Owner’s
Manual.
Call Technical Support at 1-888-227-2178.
Contact your local Authorized Service Center.
Our Web site at www.casablancafanco.com
contains additional information on Casablanca
products, troubleshooting, and Authorized Dealer
or Service Centers. Please do not return this
product to the store.
RECORD MODEL AND SERIAL NUMBERS BEFORE INSTALLATION!
Please take a moment to locate the model number and serial number from your fan (see below) and record
this information on the Warranty page inside the front cover of your Owner’s Manual if it does not appear
there already. These numbers are found on the motor identification plate affixed to the fan motor in the
location shown below:
Motor Identification Plate
Veneto
TYPEHANGER TYPE
Memphis, TN
SERIAL No.: DJ06 2237
C15G624L
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DJ01 1151 MODEL C15G624L
Serial Number
Model Number
Veneto ™
Introduction
Before You Start
• CAUTION: RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK! Installation is to be in accordance with the National Electrical
Code, ANSI/NFPA 70-1999 and local codes. If you are unfamiliar with the wiring codes, you should use
a qualified electrician. To avoid overheating and possible damage to other equipment, do not install
control to a receptacle, fluorescent light fixture, motor-operated appliance, or transformer-supplied
appliance.
• This fan is designed to be installed on an existing electrical outlet box. The outlet box must be UL Listed
for ceiling fan installations. If it is not, a new box must be installed. Casablanca extension poles are
available for sloped or high ceiling installations.
• This ceiling fan requires a grounded electrical supply of 120 VAC, 60 Hz and a minimum 15 amp circuit.
The maximum current requirement for the fan with light fixture is 2.9 amps. The fan uses about 1 amp
or 100 watts. Maximum light current is 1.8 amps or 210 watts of lighting.
• Where wire nuts are employed, be sure all bare wires are within the connectors. When installing the
canopy, make sure all wires are within the canopy and that no wires are being pinched.
WARNING: Do not bend the blade brackets when installing the brackets, balancing the blades, or
cleaning the fan. Do not insert foreign objects in between the rotating fan blades.
Unpacking
Before assembling and installing your ceiling fan, remove all parts from the shipping cartons and check
them against the parts listed in the Parts Guide. Before discarding packaging materials, be certain that all
parts have been removed.
For best performance and for your warranty to be valid, use only genuine Casablanca blades, light
fixtures, and accessories.
Safe Use
• The blades in each pack are matched for equal
weight to assure smooth fan operation. If more
than one fan is being installed, be careful not to
mix blades from different cartons.
• Inspect the contents of your carton for possible
shipping or handling damage. If parts are missing
or damaged, call 1-888-227-2178.
• It is always a good idea to have an assistant to
help with the installation.
• When cleaning, painting, or working near your
fan, be very careful of the fan and blades. Always
turn the power OFF to the ceiling fan before
working on it or replacing lightbulbs.
• Never insert anything into the path of the fan
blades while the fan is in operation.
• Never install a fan over a pool or spa.
• Never operate a fan that has been damaged in
any way. Contact Casablanca Fan Company by
calling
1-888-227-2178, or contact your local authorized
Casablanca dealer for assistance in obtaining
service.
Fuse Box
(Remove fuse for the
circuit you will be
working on)
Circuit Breaker
(Trip breaker for the
circuit you will be
working on)
18" ­
70"­
84"
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Mounting Recommendations
Before mounting your Casablanca fan, read the following helpful recommendations. The location of the
fan, air circulation, and fan size are all important factors to consider before installation.
Location
Ceiling fans have practical uses in almost every room in your
home. We suggest you follow these mounting recommendations as you decide where to install your Casablanca fan.
• For safety reasons, the fan blades must be a minimum of 7'
above the floor.
• Do not locate the fan in a doorway or above a swinging door.
• In bedrooms, fans work best when mounted above the foot of
the bed.
• Over pool tables, be sure to provide plenty of clearance to avoid
damage from pool cues.
• In kitchens be sure to allow for open cupboard doors to clear
the fan blades.
• Do not install a fan close to or over a pool or spa. High humidity combined with corrosive gases will
destroy the finish and warp the blades.
Fan Size
Variable fan speed capability permits the use of a full-size 52" fan even in smaller rooms. For very large
rooms, two fans may be needed.
Sloped Ceiling Installation
Suggested Extension Pole Lengths
Ceiling Height
9' 0"
9' 6"
10' 0"
11' 0"
12' 0"
13' 0"
14' 0"
Pole Length
Standard
18"
18"
24"
36"
48"
60"
Extension
Pole
Blades must be a
minimum of 7 feet
above the floor
When to Use Extension Poles
For optimum performance and appearance,
an extension pole should be used with your
Casablanca fan when installing on high (cathedral)
ceilings or sloped ceilings. Casablanca offers
standard poles in increments of 6" up to 5'. Custom
poles are available in lengths up to 9'9". See your
Authorized Casablanca Dealer for details.
Note: Fan may wobble or vibrate if pole length is
not long enough and inside blade is too close to
downslope or side wall. Extending pole length will
usually solve problem.
7' minimum
EXAMPLE 1
EXAMPLE 2
Calculation of Ceiling Angle
Use the tear-off Ceiling Angle Template card inserted
in this manual. It provides you with a simple “go”
or “no-go” for installing your fan on a sloped
ceiling.
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Maximum ®
angle 32º
EXAMPLE 3
This slope is less than 32º.
It is OK to install your fan.
This slope is 32º. This is the maximum
slope that will allow the fan to hang
straight down. It is OK to install your
fan.
This slope is more than 32º. Your fan will
not hang straight down, an adaptor is
necessary. Contact your local Authorized
Casablanca Dealer in regards to purchasing
a “Sloped Ceiling Adaptor.”
Veneto ™
Fan Installation
Getting Started
Installing a New Ceiling Fixture Outlet Box
If you do not have an existing fixture located
where you wish to place your Casablanca fan,
an approved ceiling fixture outlet box must be
installed and wired.
warning!
To reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock, or
personal injury, mount to outlet box marked
“Acceptable Fan Support of 22.7 kg (50
lbs.) or less” using the mounting hardware
provided with the outlet box or directly to
structure.
Using Existing Ceiling Fixture Outlet Box
After turning the power OFF at its source (either
the circuit breaker or fuse box), lower the old
fixture and disconnect the wiring. Check the
ceiling fixture outlet box to be sure it is marked
“Approved for Ceiling Fan Mounting.” If it is not,
a new box must be installed.
Note: The weight of this fan is 47 pounds.
Mounting Bracket Installation
Ceiling Hardware (not to scale)
Mounting Bracket
#8 Wood Screw and Washer (2)
#10 Wood Screw (2)
Note: After removing the old fixture, check the
outlet box to insure that it is supported by a
joist or beam across its upper surface. If not, a 2
x4 stud must be installed.
Step 1. Drill two pilot holes into the wood support
structure through the outermost holes in the outlet
box. The pilot holes should be 9/64” in diameter.
Step 2. Thread the lead wires from the outlet box
down through the hole in the middle of the ceiling
plate.
warning!
Support directly to building structure
only.
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Mounting Bracket Installation (CONT.)
Step 3. Align the slotted holes in the ceiling plate
with the pilot holes you drilled in the wood support
structure. For proper alignment use slotted holes
directly across from each other.
Joist
Note: The isolators should be flush against the
ceiling.
Step 4. Place a flat washer on each of the two
3” wood screws and pass the screws through the
slotted holes in the ceiling plate into the pilot holes
you drilled.
Ceiling Fan
Approved
Wiring Box
Step 5. Tighten the screws into the 9/64” pilot
holes; do not use lubricants on the screws. Do not
over tighten.
Washer
Wood
Screw
Note: On sloped ceilings, align
the canopy opening toward
the top or peak of the room.
Pipe Scroll Hardware
ALLEN SET
SCREW
(pre-installed)
Screwdriver
Scroll Bracket
Decorative Scroll
Screws (3)
Canopy
Scroll
Screws (3)
Allen
Wrench
Trim Ring
Pipe Scroll Assembly
Step 1. Remove the Paper Shield from the top of
the motor.
Step 2. Using the Allen Wrench, loosen the Set
screw at the top of the Scroll Assembly, and on the
Motor Adapter on the top of the Motor.
Step 3. Remove the Trim Ring from the Canopy.
Step 4. Insert the Pipe Assembly through the
Canopy first, Trim Ring second, and finally the
Scroll Bracket.
Step 5. Feed the wires from the fan through the
downrod.
Pipe Assembly
Canopy
Trim Ring
Scroll Bracket
Fan Wires
Note: Make sure all the wires are on the same side
of the metal dowel pin inside the dowrod.
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Decorative Scroll
Arm (3)
Veneto ™
Step 6. Twist the Pipe Assembly into the Motor
Adapter by turning Counter-Clockwise.
Step 7. Securely retighten the setscrew on the
Motor Adapter with the Allen Wrench.
CAUTION: The Motor Adapter has a special
coating on the threads. Do not remove this
coating; the coating prevents the downrod
from unscrewing. Once assembled, do not
remove the downrod.
CAUTION: Failure to fully lock in the downrod
before securely tightening the allen set screw may
cause the fan to separate from the downrod during
normal operation!
Step 8. Insert one of the Scroll Screws through
the hole on one of the Decorative Scroll Arms and
screw into one of the holes on the Scroll Bracket.
Do not tighten.
Note: Ensure the Canopy is above the Scroll
Bracket before securing the Decorative Arms.
Canopy
Step 9. Repeat until all 3 scroll arms are attached
to the Scroll Bracket.
Step 10. Place the Scroll Assembly on top of the
motor.
Decorative
Scroll Screw
Scroll Bracket
Decorative
Arm
Step 11. Line up the Holes on the bottom of the 3
scroll pieces with the tabs on the top of the motor
and attach with the 3 scroll Assembly Screws. Do
not tighten.
Step 12. Adjust the Scroll Assembly until it is lined
up straight on the Pipe Ball and Fan Motor, then
Tighten all Screws, including the set screw on the
Scroll Bracket.
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Upper Glass Hardware
Upper Bulb (6)
Upper Glass
Upper Glass Assembly
Step 1. Slide the Glass over the upper part of the
Fan Assembly.
Step 2. The Glass should rest inside the rim of the
lower part of the motor on top of the foam strips to
avoid contact with rim.
Rim
Step 3. Remove each of the 6 Upper Bulbs from
their packs and Screw into the Bulb Sockets around
the top part of the fan.
Note: When replacing bulbs, only replace with max
15 watt bulbs.
Hanging the Fan
Step 1. Trim wires to about 6" from the top of the
downrod.
Step 2. Strip 1/2" of insulation off each wire using
wire strippers. Raise the fan and place the ball into
the hanger bracket.
Step 3. Align the notch on the ball with the indent
in the hanger bracket. (Rotate the fan until you hear
the notch pop into place.)
WARNING: Fan may fall if
not assembled as directed
in these installation
instructions.
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Indention
Notch
Veneto ™
Wiring Hardware
Receiver
Blue Wire Caps (4)
Orange Wire Caps (3)
Wiring
Power From
Ceiling
Step 1. Locate the White Line Neutral (IN) and
connect it to the White Neutral Wire from your
ceiling using one of the supplied orange wire caps.
Line Power
(IN)
Line Neutral
(IN)
Step 2. Connect the Black Line Power (IN) and the
Black Power Wire from your ceiling with an orange
wire cap.
White
Neutral From
Ceiling
Step 3. Tuck the White and Black connected wires
back into the ceiling box through the hole in the
center of the Hanger Bracket while you slide the
Receiver into the open end of the Hanger Bracket as
shown.
NOTE: Ensure you do not tuck the bare ground
wire from the ceiling back into the box. This will be
connected later.
Bare Ground
Wire
Tuck Wires
in Box
Blue -Downlight
Power
Step 4. Connect the Blue Downlight Power Wire
from the Receiver to the Blue Wire coming from the
fan with a blue wire cap.
Step 5. Connect the Black/White striped Uplight
Power Wire to the Black/White Wire coming from
the fan with a blue wire cap.
Black/White
Stripe-Uplight
Power
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Step 6. Take the White Neutral to Fan Wire and
connect it to the White Wire coming from the fan
with a blue wire cap.
Step 7. Use the Red Power to Fan Wire and
connect it to the Red Wire coming from the fan with
a blue wire cap.
White-Neutral
to Fan
Red-Power
to Fan
Green from
Mounting Plate
Step 8. Connect the Green wire from the
Mounting Plate, Bare Wire from the ceiling, and
the Green Wire from the downrod assembly and
connect them together with an orange wire cap.
Bare from
Ceiling
Green from
Fan
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Veneto ™
Canopy Hardware
Canopy Screw (4)
Screw Driver
Securing the Canopy
Canopy Screws
Step 9. Carefully tuck the wires around the
Receiver and Hanging Bracket as not to loosen the
wire caps.
Step 10. Insert 2 Canopy Screws into the Hanging
Plate diagonally across from each other so they
match the keyholes on the canopy.
WARNING: Do not let wires
become lodged between
Hanger Bracket and Canopy.
Keyhole Slots
Step 11. Raise the Canopy over the Hanger Bracket.
Align the partially installed screws with the key slots
in the canopy.
Round
Hole
Keyhole Slot
Step 12. Twist the Canopy clockwise to secure.
Step 13. Install the third & fourth canopy screws in
the round holes on Canopy. Securely tighten all four
screws.
Step 14. Using both hands, push the Canopy Trim
ring up to the top of the Canopy.
Step 15. Twist the Canopy Trim ring clockwise to
secure it to the Canopy.
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Blade Hardware
Blades (5)
Blade Irons (5)
Medallions (5)
Blade Iron
Screws (11)
Blade Screws
(21)
Blade Installation
Blade Iron
Step 1. Insert the Medallion into the holes in the
Blade.
Step 2. Align the screw holes on the Blade Iron
with the holes in the Medallion.
Step 3. Insert 4 Blade Screws and tighten by
hand.
Step 4. Repeat steps for each Blade.
Blade
Medallion
Step 5. Remove the Polyfoam ring from between
the bottom motor housing and Light Kit Mounting
Plate before installing the Blade Irons.
Step 6. Align the Blade Iron to 2 of the holes on
the Blade Iron Adapter on the bottom of the Fan.
Step 7. For each blade, insert one blade mounting
screw through the blade iron, and attach lightly to
the fan. Insert the second blade mounting screw,
then securely tighten both mounting screws.
Blade Iron
Adapter
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Veneto ™
Light Kit Hardware
Light Kit Screw (3)
Lower Glass
Light Kit
Glass Cover
Finial
Lower Bulb (3)
Light Kit Installation
Step 1. To attach the Light KIt Mounting Plate
partially install two light kit screws into the switch
housing mounting plate.
Light Kit Screws
Step 2. Connect the molex plug on the Light Kit to
the Fan.
Step 3. Align the keyhole slots in the Light Kit with
the light kit screws.
Step 4. Turn the Light Kit counterclockwise until the
light kit screws are firmly situated in the narrow end
of the keyhole slots.
Molex Plug
WARNING: Do not let wires
become lodged between Fan
Adapter and Light Kit.
Step 5. Install the remaining screw into the Light
Kit.
Step 6. Tighten all three screws firmly.
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Step 7. Remove the three lower bulbs from their
packaging, and install into the light kit.
Note: When replaceing bulbs, only replace with max
40 watt bulbs.
Glass Adapter
Step 8. Raise the Glass up to the Glass Adapter on
the bottom of the Light Kit.
Step 9. Slide the Glass Cover onto the bottom of the
glass
Stem
Step 10. Screw the Finial onto the bottom of the
Light Kit Stem to secure Light Kit.
Cover
Finial
W-74 Wall control Preparation
W-74
Wall Control
Switch
Mounting
Screws (2)
Cover Plate
Wall Plate
Screws (2)
(4) Wire Cap
W-74 Wall Control Preparation
Warning!
To avoid possible electrical shock, make
certain that electricity is turned off at the
circuit breaker or fuse box before attempting
any installation or repair procedure
CAUTION! NOT turning the power OFF at the
circuit breaker or fuse box may cause damage
to the electronics within the wall control and or
the PC board on the fan.
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Fuse Box
(Remove fuse for the
circuit you will be
working on)
Circuit Breaker
(Trip breaker for the
circuit you will be
working on)
Direct - Touch
W-74 Control Installation
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2
0
4
3
Installing the W-74 Wall Control
NOTE: W-74 Wall Control should only be installed on Casablanca's Direct-TouchTM Fans.
The wall control installs in the same manner as an ordinary light switch, using an existing wall box and
wiring. This controller is designed to signal the fan microcomputer as well as perform normal switching
operations. For this reason the following precautions must be observed:
3. Do not use more than one fan per wall control.
1. Use only the Casablanca W-74 wall control.
4. No other light fixtures or electrical appliances
2. Do not use any additional control with your
may be connected on the circuit controlled by the
Direct-TouchTM fan (for example, dimmer, or fan
W-74 wall control.
speed control).
Single W-74 Installation
CAUTION!
Ensure power is turned OFF at the breaker or fuse panel before starting installation.
1. If you have multiple Direct-TouchTM fans, refer to the
section "changing frequency setting" on page 20.
Black/White
2. Remove the screws and switch plate from the existing
Blue
White
Red
switch box.
3. Remove the screws holding the switch in the switch
box.
4. Pull the existing switch from the switch box to expose
the wire connections.
5. Remove the two wires from the switch.
W-74
6. Connect the BLACK wire from the POWER SOURCE
that you just removed from the switch to the BLACK/
WHITE STRIP wire on the W-74 wall control. Secure
this connection with a wire nut.
7. Connect the second BLACK wire that you just removed
from the switch to the second BLACK wire on the
located on the back of the W-74 wall control. Secure
this connection with a wire nut.
Figure 1
2 BLACK
WIRES
W-74
Wall Control
NOTE: The RED wire is not used in this
application. DO NOT remove the crimped
cap from the wire.
8. Connect the green ground wire coming
from the back of the W-74 control to the
ground wire in the switch box. Secure
the splice with a wire nut.
RED WIRE
NOT USED
9. Check your work by using the wiring
diagrams as shown in Figures # 1 and #2.
10. Install the W-74 in the wall box with the
two long screws provided.
11. Install the wall plate with the two white
screws.
Figure 2
BLACK AND WHITE
STRIPED WIRE
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1
2
Dual W-74 Installation
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4
3
To control the fan and lights from two locations (a three-way
circuit), use two W-74 wall controls as shown in the wiring diagram
in Figure #4. Before installing the two switches into the wall, place
both switches side by side, then locate the 6 dip switches on the
side of the two switches as shown in Figure #3. Then make sure that
the dip switches are set to the same address on both switches as
shown in Figure #3. When setting these dip switches you are setting
the channel number that is required to control both your fan and
lights from both sides of the room. If you are installing other DirectTouchTM 3 fans within your home you may need to reset the dip
switches on these other fans to a different channel before installing
your W-74 wall control into the wall. Please review the section on
channel changing within this part of the operation manual as shown
on page #20.
DIP SWITCHES
Figure 3
CAUTION!
Ensure power is turned OFF at the breaker or fuse panel before starting installation.
1. To control the fan and lights from two
locations (a three-way circuit), use two W-74
wall controls.
NEUTRAL
WHITE
GREEN
BLACK
BLACK
BLACK WITH
WHITE STRIPE
W-74
W-74
RED
BLACK WITH
WHITE STRIPE
BLACK
BLACK
RED
RED
BLACK
BLACK
RED
120V AC
BLACK
3. Pull the existing switch from the switch box to
expose the wire connections.
4. Determine which wire is connected to the
common terminal from the power source
(120V AC) of the three-way switch. (The
terminal will be marked on switch).
GREEN
GREEN
2. Remove the screws and switch plate from the
existing switch box and the screws holding
the switch in the switch box. Figure #5
5. Remove the wire from the common terminal
of the three-way switch. Connect this wire to
the remaining black/white striped wire on the
W-74 control. Secure this splice with a wire
nut. Figure 4
BLACK
Figure 4
6. Remove the two remaining wires from the three-way
switch. Connect the black wire of these wires to a black
wire on the W-74 control. Secure the splice with a wire nut.
The remaining red wire is to be connected to the other red
wire on the
W-74. Secure the splice with a wire nut. Figure 5
W-74
Wall Control
2 BLACK
WIRES
7. Connect the green ground wire coming from the back of the
W-74 control to the ground wire in the switch box. Secure
the splice with a wire nut.
8. Check your work by using the wiring diagrams as shown in
Figures # 4 and #5 on this page.
9. Install the W-74 in the wall box with the two long screws
provided.
2 RED WIRES
10. Install the wall plate with the two short color-matched
screws provided.
11. Installation of the second W-74 control is identical. Repeat
steps 1 through 7.
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BLACK AND WHITE
STRIPED WIRE
Figure 5
1
W-74 Operation
2
0
4
1
Direct - Touch
2
0
4
Operation Power
3
2
1
1
2
0
0
The
power button is normally left in the on position. Always turn the
4 power3off during cleaning or servicing the fan and during thunderstorms. It
is also used to exit or enter additional programs.
The
power button must be left on to retain a previously set fan speed
or light level.
4
3
Operation Speed Control
There are five individual speed settings for the fan. Each speed is
indicated by the number on the controller and an audible tone for
each speed.
To select the desired fan speed:
Press the number on the controller corresponding to the speed
desired. 4 is high, 3 medium, 2 low, 1 ultra-low, and 0 is off.
1
2
0
4
3
Note: It is normal for the fan
to start in the "High" position
from "Off" before changing to
the selected speed.
Operation Reversing Airflow
1
The direction of airflow can be changed from downward to upward
or from upward
1 to downward.
2
2
0
4
0
3
To reverse the airflow:
4
3
1. Make sure the fan is on and blades are turning.
2. Press the
reverse button. You will hear a series of clicks
from the fan as it speeds up before coming to a stop and
changing direction.
Operation Lights
To turn the lights off and on, press and release the
either the up or down lights for less than one second.
1
0
button for
Up Light
2
Down Light
To dim either the up or down light, Press and hold the
button
4
3 light will
for either the up or down light for more than 1 second.
The
2
come on at the last brightness setting and increase in1 brightness
0
until full power is reached, then start dimming until the lowest
setting is reached. This cycle will repeat until you release
the3light
4
button.
1
2
0
4
3
Note: The dimming feature
will only work as long as the
dimming feature remains
active. See "Operation CFL
mode".
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3
1
2
Operation CFL Mode
0
4
3
1
Your fan has the ability to disable
the 2dimming feature to allow the use of
CFL bulbs.
0
Caution: CFL bulbs will not
function properly when
4
3
To activate CFL mode:
dimmed, which may result
in flickering or reduced bulb
1. Turn the fan off by pressing the
power button.
life.
2. Allow the fan to remain off for at least 5 seconds.
3. Press the power button again to restore power to the fan.
1 the "1"
2 and "3" buttons for at least 5 seconds. The fans lights will go to
4. Immediately press and hold
100% brightness and the dimming
function will be disabled.
0
4
To cancel CFL mode:
5. Turn the fan off by pressing the
3
power button.
6. Allow the fan to remain off for at least 5 seconds.
7. Press the power button again to restore power to the fan.
8. Immediately press and hold the "2" and "4" buttons for at least 5 seconds. The fans lights will dim to
50% brightness and the dimming function will be enabled. Press and hold the light buttons until the
desired dimmer setting is reached.
Changing Frequency Setting
DIP
SWITCHES
NOTE: All fans leave the factory set to
“111111”
You will only have to change the dip switch settings in the remote if you
are using more than one fan in the same area and want to control them
separately.
NOTE: DO NOT set dip switch setting in the
remote to ‘0000’, this may cause frequency
interference from other Casablanca Products.
DIP SWITCHES
SET TO ‘111111’
(Factory Setting)
(Figure 1)
1. Turn power OFF at the circuit breaker or fuse box and at the toggle
switch, for the fan you want to change.
2. Remove the screws and switch plate from the existing switch box.
3. Remove the screws holding the switch in the switch box.
4. Pull the existing W-74 switch from the switch box to expose the dip
DIP SWITCHES
SET TO ‘000000’
switches located on the side of the control as shown in Figure #1.
5. Change the dip switch settings, assuring that they are different from
the previously installed Direct-Touch fan.
6. Mount the W-74 Wall Control unit back into the wall
electrical
box.
1
2
7. At the circuit breaker or fuse box and at the toggle switch,
turn the
0
power off for the fan whose frequency you are 4changing.
3
8. Within 20 seconds of restoring power to the ceiling fan and the W-74
reverse buttons
Wall Control press and hold both the “1” and
as shown in Figure #2. For 3 seconds, you will hear one tone from
the Piezo Buzzer indicating the command has been accepted. The Fan
and Lights will be off.
20
1
2
0
4
3
(Figure 2)
Direct - Touch
Automatic Demonstration Program
1
Programmed into every Direct-Touch fan is an Automatic Demonstration
1 It can
2 be used to fully demonstrate and test the operation of the
Program.
fan.
0
Note: With CFL mode active,
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the lights will not dim.
To enter the demonstration program:
0
power button off for at least 5 seconds. This will clear
1. Turn the
4
3
the fan memory ready for programming.
2. Turn the
power button on.
3. Immediately hold the "0" button for at least 5 seconds.
A multi-tone signal will verify the start of the test program. The fan and
1
2
lights will go through a series of changing fan speeds, reversing the fan
0
operation mode, turning off/on, and dimming the lights.
4
3
The complete cycle lasts slightly over one minute. It will continue to
is turned off for more than five seconds, cancelling
repeat until the
the program.
1
2
Operation Safe-Exit®
0 Program gives you about thirty seconds of light when you turn the
The Safe-Exit
lights off,
4 enabling
3 you to exit your home before the lights go out. To enter the SafeExit Program:
1. Press the
power button off for at least five seconds.
Safe-Exit
2. Turn the Power on. Immediately press and hold the "4" button for 5 seconds.
When a light button is pressed, an audio tone and series of lights blinking will indicate the program
1
2
is active. When CFL mode is disabled, the Lights will stay on at 50% brightness for 20 seconds then
decrease in intensity for 30 seconds then0turn off.
4
3
3. With CFL mode active, the lights will turn off after 30 seconds.
4. To cancel the Safe-Exit Program, press the
power button and leave off for five seconds.
Light-minder®
Program
1
2
0
The Light-Minder Program automatically turns OFF the fan mounted
lights after two
hours. To
enter
the
Light-Minder
Program:
4
3
1
2
0
1. To operate the lights for Light Minder Program – Turn the
4
3
for at least 5 seconds.
power button off
2. Turn the
on. Immediately press and hold the "1" button for 5 seconds. A
series of tones will be heard through the piezo-buzzer indicating the command
has been accepted. Once the lights turn on, they will automatically turn off after
2 hours.
Light-Minder
1 leave2the room and turn OFF the
3. Light operation still remains normal, if you
lights, the lights will blink to indicate the Light
0 Minder command has been
accepted. The lights will stay on for 2 hours and then begin to dim. After thirty seconds have elapsed,
4
3
the lights will turn completely off. In CFL Mode, the lights will not dim, but shut off after 2 hours.
4. To cancel the Light Minder Program, press the
power button and leave off for five seconds.
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2
0
4
3
1
1
2
0
4
3
2
0
1
2
Operation
Home-Safe®
Program
4
3
0
1. To operate the Home-Safe Program – Turn the
4
3
least 5 seconds.
power button off for at
2. Turn the
on. Immediately press and hold the "3" button for 5 seconds.
A series of tones will be heard through the piezo-buzzer indicating the
command has been accepted.
Note: This program overrides all manual control of lights and fan.
1 off in 2a controlled sequence as
3. The lights will automatically cycled on and
follows: ON 1 hour, OFF ½ hour, ON 2 hours, 0OFF 1 hour, ON ½ hour then
OFF 2 hours. This seven hour pattern will repeat continuously so that a
4
3
different pattern of lighting is seen each day of the week.
4. 4) To cancel the Home-Safe Program, press the
seconds.
Button OFF for five
Operation Fan-Minder™ 1Program
2
The Fan-Minder feature will add to your comfort when used in0the bedroom. The program
reduces1 the speed
4
3 for cooling night air.
2 of the fan each two-hour interval to compensate
0
1. To operate the lights for Light Minder Program – Turn the
4
3
at least 5 seconds.
power button off for
2. Turn the
on. Immediately press and hold the "2" button for 5 seconds. A
series of tones will be heard through the piezo-buzzer indicating the command
has been accepted. Once the lights turn on, they will automatically turn off after 2
hours.
3. The fan will respond with three descending tones. A timer is now initiated and the fan
will reduce one speed for each two-hour
1 interval.
2 The fan will not, however, descend
below the first or the lowest speed.
0
4. You may increase the fan speed by pressing
and holding any of the fan speed buttons until the desired
4
3
speed is reached, then release it. The fan will again reduce one speed for each 2 hour interval.
5. To cancel the Fan-Minder Program, turn the
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OFF for 5 seconds.
Veneto ™
Troubleshooting Tips
Please refer to this troubleshooting guide before requesting service or contacting your dealer for assistance.
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE REMEDIES
Fan will not start
• Check the main circuit fuses, circuit breakers, and wall switch position. Check all wire connections.
Make sure the power
off during this inspection.
1 is turned
2
• Pin connectors are not making good contact. Check all connections.
0
• The fan receiver is defective. Replace the fan receiver.
4 setting:
3
• Reset the frequency
Turn the power off at the circuit breaker for the fan that is not functioning
only. Within 20 seconds from restoring power to the ceiling fan and the W-74 Wall Control press and hold
both the “1” and
reverse buttons as shown in Figure #2 for 3 seconds, you will hear one tone from
the Piezo Buzzer indicating the command has been accepted. The Fan will come on at “low” speed in the
reverse direction.
Fan wobbles or shakes excessively
• Be sure the canopy pin is set properly into the slot on the ball.
• Check that the blade holders have not been bent during installation and the blades are balanced.
• The hanger bracket and/or the ceiling outlet are attached too loosely. Make sure the hanger bracket is
attached tightly to the ceiling outlet box and the downrod assembly is secured firmly.
• The downrod is attached to the downrod base too loosely. Make sure all the screws are securely
tightened.
• A balancing kit is supplied with the fan to remedy slight wobble problems. Check all previous steps
before using this kit.
Fan is noisy during operation
• When changing fan speeds or reversing the fan, you may hear several audible clicks. This is normal
operation.
• Check and tighten the light fixture retaining screws, glass shade screws, and/or lightbulb(s).
• Tighten the canopy screws and mounting plate assembly. Make sure the wire nuts inside the canopy
and switch housing are not touching the metal parts and that they have not fallen off the wire splices.
Tighten as necessary.
• Tighten the blade holders to the flywheel (or Direct Drive motor) and the blades to the bladeholder
screws.
• Make sure all the screws in the motor housing are snug but not overly tight.
Fan does not run on low speed
• If fan is new, it may need to be “broken in.” Run at high speed for several days.
Light is too dim
Up or down light button to activate
• Make sure the dimmer setting is at the desired level.Hold the
the dimmer of the fan. Release the button when the desired luminosity is reached.
This device complies with RSS-210 of Industry Canada. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this
1
2
device may not cause interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference, including interference that may
0
cause undesired operation of the device.
4
3
1. This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject
to the following two conditions: (1) this
device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
2. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part
15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However
there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause
harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and
on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient
or relocate the receiving antenna, Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver, Connect the
equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or
an experienced radio/TV technician for help. Note: Any changes or modifications to the transmitter or receiver not
expressly approved by Casablanca Fan Company may void one’s authority to operate this remote control.
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Care Recommendations
Fan Finishes
• For cleaning, a soft brush or lint-free cloth should be used to prevent scratching the finish.
• A vacuum cleaner brush nozzle can remove heavier dust.
• Surface smudges or an accumulation of dirt and dust can be removed easily using a mild detergent
and slightly dampened soft cloth. An antistatic agent may be used, but never use abrasive cleaning
agents as these will damage the finish.
Blades
• The blades on this fan have been treated with Casablanca’s Dust Armor protection, making the blades
less likely to attract dust and dirt. Use a dry or slightly damp lint free cloth to clean the blades. Do not
use a furniture polish or any other cleaners that leave any residue, as they will damage the protective
Dust Armor on the blades.
No Need for Lubrication
• Never lubricate this fan! The precision motor at the heart of your Casablanca fan features sealed
bearings that are lubricated for life.
• Do not attempt to oil the motor.
Changing Lightbulbs
• Be sure to turn the power to OFF at the wall switch or circuit breaker before changing lightbulbs.
• Replace bulbs with the same type as you removed from the light fixture.
• The maximum wattage rating for this fan’s light kit is 75 watts for the uplight, 120 watts for the
downlight.
For questions or to locate the nearest Casablanca
Authorized Service Center
call toll free: 1-888-227-2178
or visit us on the web at: www.casablancafanco.com
Product Specifications
Model Name:Veneto
Model Number:C15G624L
Dimensions: A = 17.8
B = 25.8
C = 3.4
D = 19.7
E = 7.6
Weight:
24
47 lbs.
172mm x 18mm Direct Drive
Motor:
Blade Span With: 68"
Blade Pitch: 13°
No. of Blades: 5
Technology: W-74DL - Direct-Touch
Lightbulbs:
15-watt Candelabra (6)
40-watt Candelabra(3)
Airflow:
7,296 cfm
Electricity Use:101 watts
Airflow Efficiency: 72.6 cfm/watt