Progress Lighting P2524-09 Installation Guide

PROGRESS LIGHTING 15-Year Limited Warranty
PROGRESS LIGHTING FAN MOTORS ARE WARRANTED TO THE END USER TO BE
FREE OF ELECTRICAL AND/OR MECHANICAL DEFECTS FOR A PERIOD OF 15
YEARS FROM DATE OF SALE. PULL CHAIN SWITCHES, REVERSE SWITCHES,
CAPACITORS AND METAL FINISHES ARE WARRANTED FOR A PERIOD OF 1 YEAR.
WARPING OF WOODEN OR PLASTIC BLADES IS NOT COVERED BY THIS
WARRANTY.
THE END USER HAS THE OPTION OF RETURNING THE DEFECTIVE FAN TO THE
PLACE OF PURCHASE DURING THE FIRST 30 DAYS FOR A REPLACEMENT. AFTER
30 DAYS, THE PURCHASER MUST CONTACT PROGRESS LIGHTING FOR REPAIR
OR REPLACEMENT. THE END USER ALSO BEARS THE RESPONSIBILITY FOR ALL
COSTS IN THE REMOVAL, SHIPPING AND REINSTALLATION OF FANS OR PARTS
FOR REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT.
PROGRESS LIGHTING WILL NOT ASSUME LIABILITY OR RESPONSIBILITY FOR
DAMAGES (INCLUDING INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL) CAUSED BY THE
IMPROPER INSTALLATION OR OPERATION OF THE UNIT OR ITS COMPONENT
PARTS, OR BY THE FAILURE OF SUPPORTING HARDWARE NOT SUPPLIED BY
PROGRESS LIGHTING. THIS WARRANTY IS GIVEN IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER
GUARANTEES, WHETHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, AND IS VOIDED IN CASES OF
ABUSE, MISUSE OR IMPROPER HANDLING, NEGLIGENCE, SHIPPING DAMAGE,
UNAUTHORIZED REPAIRS (MADE OR ATTEMPTED) OR UNUSUAL APPLICATION.
Date Purchased
Store Purchased
Model No.
Serial No.
Vendor No.
UPC
11221
785247147670 (BN)
785247147687 (WH)
SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW LIMITATIONS ON HOW LONG AN IMPLIED
WARRANTY LASTS OR THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATIONS OF INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATIONS AND EXCLUSIONS
MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC RIGHTS AND
YOU MAY HAVE OTHER RIGHTS WHICH VARY FROM STATE TO STATE.
15-Year Limited Warranty
Safety Rules..................................................................................................................................... 1.
Unpacking Your Fan ........................................................................................................................ 2.
Installing Your Fan ........................................................................................................................... 3.
Operating Your Fan .......................................................................................................................... 8.
Care of Your Fan .............................................................................................................................. 9.
Troubleshooting ............................................................................................................................. 10.
Specifications ............................................................................................................................... 11.
Table of Contents
1. To reduce the risk of electric shock, insure electricity has been turned 8.
off at the circuit breaker or fuse box before beginning.
9.
2. All wiring must be in accordance with the National Electrical Code and
local electrical codes. Electrical installation should be performed by a
10.
qualified licensed electrician.
3. WARNING: To reduce the risk of electrical shock and fire, do not use
this fan with any solid-state fan speed control device.
11.
4. WARNING: To reduce the risk of personal injury, use only the two steel
screws (and lock washers) provided with the outlet box for mounting to
the outlet box. Most outlet boxes commonly used for the support of
lighting fixtures are not acceptable for fan support and may need to be
12.
replaced, consult a qualified electrician if in doubt.
WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK OR PERSONAL
INJURY, MOUNT FAN TO OUTLET BOX MARKED ACCEPTABLE FOR
FAN SUPPORT.
5. The outlet box and support structure must be securely mounted and
capable of reliably supporting a minimum of 35 pounds. Use only UL
Listed outlet boxes marked FOR FAN SUPPORT.
6. The fan must be mounted with a minimum of 7 feet clearance from the
trailing edge of the blades to the floor.
7. Do not operate reversing switch while fan blades are in motion. Fan
must be turned off and blades stopped before reversing blade direction.
1. Safety Rules
Avoid placing objects in the path of the blades.
To avoid personal injury or damage to the fan and other items, be
cautious when working around or cleaning the fan.
Do not use water or detergents when cleaning the fan or fan blades. A
dry dust cloth or lightly dampened cloth will be suitable for most
cleaning.
After marking electrical connections, spliced conductors should be
turned upward and pushed carefully up into outlet box. The wires
should be spread apart with the grounded conductor and the
equipment-grounding conductor on one side of the outlet box.
Electrical diagrams are reference only. Light kit that are not packed
with the fan must be UL Listed and marked suitable for use with the
model fan you are installing. Switches must be UL General Use
Switches. Refer to the Instructions packaged with the light kits and
switches for proper assembly.
WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF PERSONAL INJURY, DO NOT BEND THE
BLADE BRACKETS (ALSO REFERRED TO AS FLANGES) DURING
ASSEMBLY OR AFTER INSTALLATION. DO NOT INSERT OBJECTS IN
THE PATH OF THE BLADES.
NOTE
READ AND SAVE ALL INSTRUCTIONS!
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4
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a
5
b
3
6
7
c
d
e
Unpack your fan and check the contents. You should have the following items:
7. Loose parts bag containing:
1. Set of blades (4)
2. Mounting plate
3. Fan motor assembly
a. Blade attachment hardware
(13 screws, 13 Fiber washers)
b. Blade bracket attachment hardware
(1 screws with lock washers)
c. Mounting hardware
(3 screws)
d. Motor housing hardware
(4 screws)
e. Electrical hardware
(4 plastic wire connectors, 1 Pull chain)
4. Motor housing
5. Set of blades bracket (4)
6. Balancing kit
Unpacking Your Fan 2.
Tools Required
Figures 1,2 and 3 are examples of different
ways to mount the outlet box.
Phillips screw driver, straight slot screw
driver, adjustable wrench, step ladder, and
wire cutters.
Mounting Options
Figure 3
If there isn't an existing UL listed mounting
box, then read the following instructions.
Disconnect the power by removing fuses or
turning off circuit breakers.
Secure the outlet box directly to the
building structure. Use appropriate
fasteners and building materials. The outlet
box and its support must be able to fully
support the moving weight of the fan (at
least 50 lbs). Do not use plastic outlet boxes.
Outlet box
Figure 1
WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC
SHOCK, OR OTHER PERSONAL INJURY,
MOUNT FAN ONLY TO AN OUTLET BOX
MARKED ACCEPTABLE FOR FAN SUPPORT
AND USE THE MOUNTING SCREWS
PROVIDED WITH THE OUTLET BOX. OUTLET
BOXES COMMONLY USED FOR THE SUPPORT
OF LIGHTING FIXTURES MAY NOT BE
ACCEPTABLE FOR FAN SUPPORT AND MAY
NEED TO BE REPLACED. CONSULT A
QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN IF IN DOUBT.
Outlet box
Figure 2
3. Installing Your Fan
Outlet box
To hang your fan where there is an existing
fixture but no ceiling joist, you may need an
installation hanger bar as shown in Figure 4
(available at your Progress Lighting Retailer).
Hanging the Fan
REMEMBER to turn off the power.
Follow the steps below to hang your fan
properly.
1. Attach the mounting plate to the outlet box
using the screws two screws and washers
provided with the outlet box.(Fig. 4). For
best performance be sure the mounting plate
is level and secured firmly against the
ceiling. You may need to insert additional
washers (not provided) between the outlet
box and mounting plate to make it level.
Outlet box
Mounting
plate
Outlet box
Solt
Figure 4
Screws
Fan
motor
Figure 5
2. Carefully Lift the fan motor assembly
(without the blades) and insert the T section
of the motor housing plate into the slot in the
mounting plate as shown in Fig. 5.
You are now ready to make the electrical
connections.
4.
WHITE
BLACK
WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC
SHOCK, DO NOT USE A WALL MOUNTED
SOLID STATE SPEED CONTROL WITH THIS
FAN. IT WILL PERMANENTLY DAMAGE THE
ELECTRONIC CIRCUITRY.
Ground
Conductor
Outlet Box
GREEN
Follow the steps below to connect the fan to your
household wiring. Use the wire connecting nuts
supplied with your fan. Secure the connectors with
electrical tape. Make sure there are no loose strands
or connections.
SUPPLY CIRCUIT
WHITE
REMEMBER to disconnect the power. If you feel
that you do not have enough electrical wiring
knowledge or experience, have your fan installed
by a licensed electrician.
Step 5 Turn the connecting nuts upward and
push the wiring into the outlet box.
BLUE
BLACK
Making the Electrical
Connections
WARNING
ELECTRICAL DIAGRAMS ARE FOR
REFERENCE ONLY. OPTIONAL USE OF ANY
LIGHT KIT SHALL BE UL LISTED AND
MARKED SUITABLE FOR USE WITH THIS FAN.
Green
Ground
Lead
Ground to
Downrod
Step 1 Connect the fan supply (black) wire and
light supply (blue) wire to the black household
supply wire as shown in Figure 6.
Step 2. Connect the neutral fan (white) wire to the
white neutral household wire.
BLUE
BLACK
Step 3 Connect the two green fan ground wires,
located on the mounting plate and motor, to the
household ground wire.
Step 4 After connecting the wires, spread them
apart so that the green and white wires are on one
side of the outlet box and the black wire is on the
other side.
5.
WHITE
WHITE
Figure 6
Diagram indicates optional light kit wiring.
Finishing the
Installation
1. Swing the motor assembly up into position
under the mounting bracket. Secure the
bracket to the plate with the screws provided.
(Fig. 7)
Motor
2. Carefully lift the motor housing onto the
mounting plate, properly align the holes
and tighten the motor housing with the four
screws supplied.(Fig. 8)
Mounting
plate
Mounting
plate
Screws
Screws
Figure 7
Motor
housing
Figure 8
6.
Attaching the Fan
Blades
NOTE: Your fan blades are reversible. Select
the blade side finish which best accentuates
'
your decor.
Blade blancing
Screws
Fiber
washer
All blades are grouped by weight. Because
natural woods very in density, the fan may
wobble even though the blades are weighed
equally.
Blade
Blade
arm
Figure 9
Step 1 Attach the blades to the blade arms
using three screws and fiber washers as shown
in Fig. 9. Start a screw into the arm, do not
tighten. Repeat for the 2 remaining screws and
washers.
Motor
Step 2 Tighten each screw securely starting
with the center screw. Make sure the blade is
straight.
Blade arm
Step 3 Fasten the blade assembly to the motor
using the motor screws provided. (Fig. 10)
Step 4 Install an optional light kit if you wish.
Follow the instructions included with the kit.
Figure 10
The following procedure should correct
most fan wobbling problems. Check after
each step.
1. Check that all blade and blade arm
screws are secure.
2. Most fan wobbling 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. Measure
this distance as shown in Figure 11. Rotate
the fan until the next blade is positioned for
measurement. Repeat for each blade. The
distance deviation should be equal within
1/8".
3. Use the enclosed Blade Balancing Kit if
the blade wobble is still noticeable.
4. If the blade wobble is still noticeable,
interchanging two adjacent (side by side)
blades can redistribute the weight and
possibly result in smoother operation.
7.
WARNING
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.
Touching
ceiling
NOTE
WAIT FOR FAN TO STOP BEFORE
CHANGING THE SETTING OF THE
SLIDE SWITCH.
Turn on the power and check the operation of
your fan. There are two pull chains available in
your fan:
1. 3-speed pull chain- it controls the fan speed as
follows: 1 pull- High, 2 pulls- Medium, 3 pullsLow, and 4 pulls- Off.
Speed settings for warm or cool weather
depend on factors such as the room size,
ceiling height, number of fans, and so on.
Figure 11
Figure 12
The slide switch controls directions: forward
(switch down ) or reverse (switch up ).
Warm weather - (Forward) A downward air flow
creates a cooling effect as shown in Figure 12.
This allows you to set your air conditioner on a
higher setting without affecting your comfort.
Cool weather - (Reverse) An upward airflow
moves warm air off the ceiling area as shown in
Figure 13. This allows you to set your heating
unit on a lower setting without affecting your
comfort.
Figure 13
Operating Your Fan 8.
Here are some suggestions to help you
maintain your fan
1.Because of the fan's natural
movement, some connections may
become loose. Check the support
connections, brackets, and blade
attachments twice a year. Make sure
they are secure. (It is not necessary to
remove fan from ceiling.)
3. You can apply a light coat of
furniture polish to the wood blades for
additional protection and enhanced
beauty. Cover small scratches with a
light application of shoe polish.
4. There is no need to oil your fan.
The motor has permanently lubricated
bearings.
IMPORTANT
2. Clean your fan periodically to help
maintain its new appearance over the
years. 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.
Do not use water when cleaning. This
could damage the motor, or the wood, or
possibly cause an electrical shock.
MAKE SURE THE POWER IS OFF AT THE
ELECTRICAL PANEL BOX BEFORE YOU
ATTEMPT ANY REPAIRS. REFER TO THE
SECTION "MAKING ELECTRICAL
CONNECTIONS"
9. Care of Your Fan
Problem
Solution
Fan will not start.
1.Check circuit fuses or breakers.
2. Check line wire connections to the fan and switch wire connections in the switch housing.
CAUTION: Make sure main power is off.
Fan sounds noisy.
1. Make sure all motor housing screws are snug.
2. Make sure the screws that attach the fan blade bracket to the motor hub is tight.
3. Make sure wire nut connections are not rubbing against each other or the interior wall of the switch housing.
CAUTION: Make sure main power is off.
4. Allow a 24-hour "breaking-in" period. Most noise associated with a new fan disappear during this time.
5. If using an optional light kit, make sure the screws securing the glassware are tight. Check that light bulb is
also secure.
6.Some fan motors are sensitive to signals from solid-state variable speed controls.
If you have installed this type of control, choose and install another type of control.
7. Make sure the upper canopy is a short distance from the ceiling. It should not touch the ceiling.
Troubleshooting 10.
Fan Size
42"
Speed
Volts
Amps
Watts
RPM
CFM
Low
120
0.16
10
105
900
Medium
120
0.26
24
173
2000
High
120
0.34
45
210
4000
These are approximate measures. They do not include Amps and Wattage used by the light kit.
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701 Millennium Blvd
Greenville, SC 29607
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11. Specifications
N.W.
G.W.
C.F.
4.4
kgs
5.5
kgs
0.85'