AireRyder FN52427BN Instructions / Assembly

LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY
Model No.: FN52427
aireRyder ORIGINAL CEILING FAN LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY
The limited lifetime warranty covers this ceiling fan, for residential use by the original purchaser, against defects in
material or workmanship as follows:
If your aireRyder Ceiling Fan motor fails at any time during the lifetime of the original purchaser due to defects in
material or workmanship, we will provide a replacement part free of charge.
If your Fan motor fails at any time within one year after the original date of sale to the original purchaser due to defects
in material or workmanship, we will provide labor to repair the defect, with the exception of take down/reinstallation,
free of charge. The original purchaser will be responsible for all labor costs after this one year period.
If no replacement parts are provided for any part of your Fan motor that fails at any time during your lifetime due to
defects in material or workmanship, we will refund the original purchase price of your Fan.
If your Fan blades, pull chain switch, reverse switch, or any accessory, except glass globes and light bulbs, fails at any
time within one year after the original date of purchase due to a defect in material and workmanship, we will repair or, if
we choose, replace the defective blades, switch, or accessory free of charge, with the exception of take
down/reinstallation services.
If the original purchaser ceases to own the Fan, this warranty and any implied warranty, including but not limited to any
implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose, become void. This warranty and any implied
warranty, including but not limited to any implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose, do not
cover glass globes, light bulbs, or finish on any metal portions of the Fan.
This warranty is in lieu of express warranties. The duration of any implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a
particular purpose, with respect to any aireRyder Ceiling Fan motor, blades, switch, or accessories, is expressly
limited to the period of the express warranty set forth above for such motor, blades, switch, or accessories.
This warranty excludes defects, malfunctions, or failures of any aireRyder Ceiling Fan that are caused by repairs by
persons not authorized by us, use of parts or accessories not authorized by us, mishandling, improper installation,
modifications or damage to the Fan while in your possession, or unreasonable use, including failure to provide
necessary maintenance.
In no event shall aireRyder Fan be liable for consequential or incidental damages.
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of consequential or incidental damages, in which case the above
limitation or exclusion may not apply.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
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Package Contents:
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10
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13
5
Installation
Instruction
11
3
6
9
14
7
12
DIMMER
ON/OFF
OFF
LOW
MED
HI
4
8
15
Unpack your fan and check the contents. You should have the following items.
1.) Hanger Bracket
2.) Canopy
3.) Downrod Stand Cover
4.) Downrod Set(Included Hanger Ball,6 in.Downrod,Hanger Pin & Lock Pin)
5.) Fan Fixture Set
6.) Lamp Cover
7.) Lamp Plate (Includes Receiver & Ballast)
8.) Light Bulb (1-55W(G10Q) 2C55 T6 fluorescent bulb)
9.) Fan Blade(X5)
10.) Blade Holder (X5)
11.) Glass Shade
12.) End Cap Assembly
13.) Assembly Kit
14.) Installation Instruction
15.) Remote Controller
Dimension Reference (Installed with 6 in. Downrod):
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C
D
B
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A. 21-1/2 in. B. 15 in. C. 2-1/8 in. D. 11-3/4in. E. 5-1/8 in.
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Exploded View Detail
Hanger Bracket
Canopy
Hanger Ball
Downrod
Downrod Stand Cover
Hanger Pin
Lock Pin
Collar
Housing
Blade Holder
Lamp Cover
Blade
Lamp Plate
Fluorescent Bulb
Stem
Glass Shade
End Cap
Finial
Truple Mount Drawing
Ceiling Mount
Downrod Mount
Slope Ceiling Mount (Up to 23 degrees)
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Safety Instructions
READ ALL SAFETY INFORMATION AND INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE YOU BEGIN
INSTALLING THE FAN. SAVE INSTRUCTIONS.
All set screws of the fan must be checked and retightened where necessary before installation.
To reduce the risk of personal injury, do not bend the blade brackets when installing the brackets,
balancing the blades or cleaning fan. Do not insert foreign objects in between rotating fan blades.
Before changing the fan direction, turn off the fan and wait for the fan blades to stop completely.
If a stationary appliance is not provided with a supply cord and a plug, or with other means for
disconnection from the mains supply having a contact separation of at least 3 mm in all poles, that
means for disconnection must be incorporated in the fixed wiring in accordance with the wiring rules.
NOTE: The safeguards provided by these safety instructions and by the separate installation
instructions 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 fan.
WARNING
TO AVOID RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, BE SURE TO SHUT OFF POWER AT THE MAIN
FUSE OR CIRCUIT BREAKER BOX BEFORE INSTALLING OR SERVICING THIS
FIXTURE. TURNING OFF THE ELECTRICAL POWER BY USING THE LIGHT SWITCH
IS NOT SUFFICIENT TO PREVENT ELECTRICAL SHOCK.
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF INJURY, INSTALL THE FAN SO THAT THE BLADES ARE
AT LEAST 7 FEET (2.1 METERS) ABOVE THE FLOOR AND AT LEAST 18 INCHES
(0.5 METERS) FROM THE TIP OF THE BLADES TO THE WALL.
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK, OR PERSONAL INJURY, MOUNT
TO OUTLET BOX MARKED "ACCEPTABLE FOR FAN SUPPORT" AND USE MOUNTING
SCREWS PROVIDED WITH THE OUTLET BOX.
THE INSTALLATION HAS TO BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE NATIONAL ELECTRICAL
CODE, ANSI/NFPA 70-1999 AND LOCAL CODES. IF YOU ARE UNFAMILIAR WITH THE
METHODS OF INSTALLING ELECTRICAL WIRING, SEEK THE SERVICES OF A
QUALIFIED LICENSED ELECTRICIAN.
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
IMPORTANT:
BEFORE YOU BEGIN INSTALLING THE FAN, CAREFULLY READ ALL INFORMATION ON THE SEPARATE
SHEET "SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS" AS WELL AS THE FOLLOWING "INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS". IF IN
DOUBT, CONSULT A QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN.
THIS FAN MUST BE INSTALLED WITH A WALL CONTROL/SWITCH.
SAVE ALL INSTRUCTIONS.
NOTE: The fan weight is 21.6 lb (9.7 kg). Be sure the outlet box you are using is securely attached to the building structure
and can support the full weight of the fan. Failure to do so can result in serious injury.
Installation Steps :
Wood Member
(2" x 4" Approx.)
Ceiling Joist
Ceiling
Junction Box
Hanger Bracket
Fig.2.
Fig.1
Turn OFF the electric power at the
main fuse or circuit breaker box.
Tighten the hanger bracket to the outlet box with two mounting screws. (Make
sure the outlet box is securely installed so that it will be able to support
at least the fan weight.)
WARNING: MOUNT ONLY TO AN OUTLET BOX MARKED
"ACCEPTABLE FOR FAN SUPPORT"!
Fig.5
Fig.4
Downrod
Canopy
Housing
Hanger Pin
Downrod Stand
Cover
Lock Pin
Motor Wires
Fig.3
(For ceiling mount only):
Attach the canopy to the housing with
three ceiling mount screws.
Go to Fig.9 for the next step.
Fig.6
Downrod
Canopy
Remove the Lock Pin and take off
the Hanger Pin.
Thread the motor wires through the
canopy, downrod stand cover and
downrod.
Fig.8
Fig.7
Collar Screws
Hanger Bracket
Lock Pin
Slot
Downrod Stand
Cover
Motor Wires
Hanger Pin
Chip
Collar
Insert the Downrod into the Collar.
Slide Hanger Pin through holes of
Collar and Downrod.
Insert and tighten the two Collar
Screws. Slide Lock Pin into Hanger
Pin until it locks into position.
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Hang the fan on hanger bracket,
and make sure the slot of hanger
ball is snapped into the chip of
hanger bracket exactly.
Note: For slope ceiling installation,
make sure the slot of hanger ball
and the chip of hanger bracket is
face down.
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Wood Member
(2" x 4" Approx.)
Ceiling Joist
Ceiling
Flat Washer
Dry Wall Screw
Junction Box
Hanger Bracket
Safety Cable
Fig.10
Fig.9
Attach the loop at the end of the safety cable to the ceiling surface,
then secure it with a flat washer and dry wall screw. Make sure the
flat washer and dry wall screw are covered by the fan canopy.
Fig.12
Hanger Bracket
Screw
Washer
Blade Screw
Washer
Blade
Plastic Insert
Canopy
Attach the canopy to the hanger
bracket, then secure it with four
screws and washers.
DIP Switch
Fig.13
Motor
Lamp Cover
Fig.11
Tighten blades to blade holders by
using blade screws and washers.
Lamp Plate
Secure blade holders to the motor with
motor screws and washers.
NOTE: Before installing blade
holders to the motor, please
remove the plastic inserts.
Receiver
Antenna
Blade Holder
Motor Screw
Blade Holder
There is a frequency-setter respectively in
the transmitter and receiver. This "DIP
Switch" is a 4 key unit (Fig.13). All keys
were set at "ON" position in the beginning.
Set the keys to a different code. Make sure
the same numbered keys are switched "ON"
for both DIP Switches (Fig.13a). Take note
that the "ON" position may have different
orientation in each.
Fig.13a
Code example:
1-ON 2-OFF 3-ON 4-OFF
on both DIP Switches.
Transmitter
Fig.14
Terminal
Set Screw
Thread the fixture wire through lamp
cover and secure it with set screws.
Fig.16
Fig.15
Lamp Cover
Lamp Plate
Connect the wire harness from the fan
fixture to the wire harness from lamp
plate. Make sure the connection is
secure.
Small Washer
Bolt Nut
Lamp Plate Screw
Line up 3 holes in lamp plate with 3
screws on lamp cover, and secure with
small washers and bolt nuts.
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Fig.17
Male Connector
Female Connector
Coupling
Clips
Stem
Secure the stem with hex nut side
facing upward into the coupling.
Adjust the length by moving the
hex nut.
Fig.18
Max.55W(G10Q) 2C55 T6
Fluorescent Bulb (included)
Fig.18-a
Gently install the fluorescent bulb (included) to the clips of the socket plate. See
relamping label at socket area or packaging for maximum allowed wattage.
Then connect the male terminal of fluorescent bulb to the female terminal
of the ballast securely.
Lamp Plate
Glass Shade
End Cap
Fig.20
Finial
Fig.19
Install the glass shade onto the lamp cover, and secure it with the
end cap and finial.
OFF
REV
Light
Fig.21
OFF
HI
REV
MED
Light
LOW
HI
MED
LOW
Turn ON the electric power at the
main fuse or circuit breaker box.
Install the battery to the transmitter (9V, not included).
* Press "HI" to turn on the fan at high speed.
* Press "MED" button to turn the fan in medium speed.
* Press "LOW" button to turn the fan in low speed.
* Press "OFF" button to turn off the fan.
* Press "REV" button to set the direction of fan rotation (Forward or Reverse).
* Press and release the "Light" button quickly to turn on/off the fan light.
* By using the dimmer function, press and hold the “Light” button to adjust the
illumination of light.
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Trouble Shooting Guide
If you have difficulty operating your new ceiling fan, it may be the result of incorrect assembly, installation
or wiring. In some cases, these installation errors may be mistaken for defects. If you experience any faults,
please check this Trouble Shooting Guide. If a problem cannot be remedied or you are experiencing difficulty
in installation, please call our Customer Service Department.
TROUBLE
SUGGESTED REMEDY
1. If fan does not start:
1. Check main and branch circuit fuses or circuit breakers.
2. Check line wire connections to fan and switch wire connections in switch
housing.
CAUTION: Make sure main power is turned off.
3. Make sure that the wall controler is turned "ON".
2. If fan sounds noisy:
1. Make sure all screws in motor housing are snug. (not over tightened)
2. Make sure the screws which attach the fan bladeholder to the motor are tight.
3. Make sure wire nut connectors in switch housing are not rattling against each
other or against the interior wall of the switch housing.
CAUTION: Make sure main power is turned off before entering switch housing.
4. If using an optional ceiling fan light kit, check to be sure the screws securing
the glassware are finger tight. Check to be sure light bulb is tight in socket and
not touching glass shade(s). If vibration persists from glass, remove glass and
install a 1/4 in. wide rubber band on glass neck to act as an insulator. Replace
glass and tighten screws against rubber band.
5. Some fan motors are sensitive to signals from Solid State variable speed
controls. DO NOT USE a Solid State variable speed control.
6. Allow "break-in" period of 24 hours. Most noises associated with a new fan will
disappear after this period.
3. If fan wobbles:
All blades are weighed and grouped by weight. Natural woods vary in density
which could cause the fan to wobble even though all blades are weight-matched.
The following procedures should eliminate most of the wobble. Check for wobble
after each step.
1. Check that all blades are screwed firmly into blade holders.
2. Check that all blade holders are tightened securely to motor.
3. Make sure that canopy and mounting bracket are tightened securely to ceiling
junction box and junction box is mounted firmly to ceiling joist.
4. Most fan wobble problems are caused when blade levels are unequal. Check
this level by selecting a point on the ceiling above the tip of one of the blades.
Keeping measure within 1/8 in. rotate the fan until the next blade is positioned
for measurement. repeat for each blade. If all blade levels are not equal, you
can adjust blade levels by the following procedure. To adjust a blade tip down,
insert a washer (not supplied) between the blade and blade holder at the screw
closest to the motor. To adjust a blade tip up, insert washer (not supplied)
between the blade and blade holder at the two screws farthest from the motor.
5. If blade wobble is still noticeable, interchanging two adjacent (side by side)
blades can redistribute the weight and possibly result in smoother operation.
4. If light does not work:
1. Check blue wire from fan to make sure it is connected to hot wire from house.
2. Check for loose or disconnected wires in fan switch housing.
3. Check for loose or disconnected wires in light kit.
4. Check for faulty light bulbs.
CAUTION: Make sure main power is turned off before entering switch housing.
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