Owner’s Manual QUEENIE2 UL R WARNING : Read and follow these instructions carefully and be cautious of all warnings shown throughout. READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS Warning: To avoid the risks of fire, electrical shock or injury, please observe the following: 1. To ensure the correct and complete installation, be sure to read the instructions and review the diagrams carefully and thoroughly before beginning installation. 2. If possible, mount the ceiling fan on a ceiling joist. The joist must be able to support the motion and weight of the moving fan. If the fan will be mounted on a ceiling outlet box, a 4" x 2-1/8" deep METAL octagon box is required; one UL listed as "suitable for fan support ". The box and its supporting members must not be able to twist or work loose. DO NOT USE PLASTIC BOXES. Installation on a concrete ceiling should be performed by qualified personnel. 3. Blades should be attached after motor housing is hung and in place. Fan motor housing should be kept in the carton until ready to be installed to protect its finish. If you are installing more than one ceiling fan, make sure that you do not mix fan blade sets. 4. Make sure that your installation site will not allow rotating fan blades to come in contact with any object. Blades should be at least 7 feet from the floor when fan is in operation. 5. To avoid any possible accidents such as electric shock, be sure ceiling fan is not connected to power source before wiring. All electrical connections must be made in accordance with local codes, ordinances and/or the National Electric Code. If you are unfamiliar with the methods of installing electrical wiring and products, secure the services of a qualified and licensed electrician as well as someone who can check the strength of the supportive ceiling members and make the proper installations and connections. 6. See wire connection instruction for your guide. Electrical diagrams are for reference only. Read the instructions carefully and connect wires correctly and completely. 7. After making electrical connections, spliced conductors should be turned upward and pushed carefully up into the outlet box. The wires should be spread apart from the grounded conductor. Ground conductor should be placed opposite to the outlet box from the "HOT" wires. 8. After fan is completely installed, double check everything to make sure that all connections are secure to prevent fan from falling and/or causing damage or injury. 9. The fan can be used immediately after installation. The bearings are adequately charged with grease so that, under normal condition, further lubrication should not be necessary. Important Notes: 1. 2. 3. The fan must be turned off and at a complete stop before reversing fan direction. Light kits that are not packed with the fan must be UL or CUL listed and should be installed per light kit's installation instructions. This fan is suitable for indoor locations only. P1 I - Opening of the box 1.Unpack and inspect the fan carefully to be certain that all contents are included. Identify and check the parts referred to the drawing below. Remote Control Transmitter Mounting Bracket Suitable for use with solid - state speed control Canopy Glass Shade Assembly Screw 2pcs Wire nuts 7pcs Hardware Bag Downrod Spring Washer 3pcs Lock Washer 3pcs Wood Screw 3pcs Tooth Washer 3pcs Wire Nuts (For 120V Only) 4pcs Blade Balance Kits 1pcs Fan Assembly Yoke cover Blade Holder Bulb Blade Switch Housing Blade Screw 16pcs Paper Washer 16pcs Motor Screw 11pcs Leaf Spring 3pcs Screw 3pcs Outlet Box Mounting Bracket OFF OFF OFF 4. 2. 3. Turn off power at the breaker box to avoid possible electrical shock. Use a metal outlet box suitable for fan support. Be sure that the box can support a minimum weight of 40 pounds. Secure the outlet box directly to the building structure using wood screws (provided). P2 Install the mounting bracket to outlet box in the ceiling using the washers and the mounting screws provided in the hardware bag. Do not use existing mounting bracket in the outlet box. 5. Yoke & Downrod Assembly Cotter Pin Wires Canopy Canopy Downrod Yoke cover Cross Pin Downrod Set Screw Downrod Yoke Cover Cross Pin Yoke Cotter Pin Yoke Downrod Set Screw (3) Then insert the cross pin again through yoke & downrod and secure with cotter pin. (4) Tighten both downrod set screws to further secure downrod, then pull down the yoke cover to cover yoke. (1) Feed motor lead wires through yoke cover, canopy and downrod. (2) Take off the cotter pin and cross pin in order to insert downrod into yoke. 5a.Up Glass Shade Assembly Glass Screws(3) Up Glass Shade Spring Clip(3) Grill Place the up glass shade onto grill & secure the glass shade with three glass screws / spring clips from hardware bag on grill. Light Bulb(4) Gently install Light bulbs on lampholders. 6. Hanging the fan Mounting Bracket Mounting Bracket Ball Notch (2) Rotate fan so that the ball notch engages the ridge in the mounting bracket. (1) Carefully lift fan assembly onto mounting bracket. 6-2. IMPORTANT： THE WOOD SCREW AND ITS SUPPORT MUST BE ABLE TO FULLY SUPPORT THE WEIGHT OF AT LEAST 100 LBS. To ensure safely install the secondary support as follows： (1). Using the wood screw and flat washer provided. Pass through close loop of safety cable to wood screw. (2). Secure the wood screw to ceiling joist and make sure the safety cable has been tightened securely. Safety cable P3 II - Remote Control 1.Prepare the parts of the remote control. Receiver Code Switches 2 3 4 4 1 2 3 1 Transmitter Code Switches 2. Setting the code on the transmitter. 2-1. Remove the battery cover of the remote control. 2-2. Slide code switches to your choice for an ON and OFF position. Use a small screwdriver to slide each of the switches. 2-3. Install a 9V DC battery ( included). 2-4. Install battery covers on transmitter. 3. Setting the code on the receiver: 3-1. Slide the code switches to the receiver. Be sure that the code is similar to the code set at the transmitter. 4. For remote control wiring connection to the fan: 4-1. Follow the diagram below and be sure that exposed wires are secured inside wire nuts or the terminal block. Note: Wires from the house may vary in color and may not include ground wire (green). 4-2. When the wiring is completed, gently push wires into the junction box with wire nuts pointing upward. From House From Remote White White (AC-N) Bla From Fan White ck Blac k Bl ue Black O (AC-L) ra White ( Motor - N ) ( Motor - L ) ng e ( for light kit ) ( for up light kit ) Green Black Blue Orange Green ( from downrod ) ( for ground wire ) Green Secure with twist - lock wire nuts (Included). ( from mounting bracket ) III.Canopy Installation (1) Push up the canopy until the two canopy screws on mounting bracket are engaged with key holes in canopy. Canopy (2) Rotate the canopy slightly until the two canopy screw heads are in the small end of the key holes. Canopy Screw (3) Tighten both canopy screws. P4 Key Hole IV. Blade Installation Blade Screw Paper Washer 1. Attach blade to blade holder with paper washer & blade screws provided from hardware bag. Make sure that all screws are firmly tightened. Blade Blade Holder 2.Blade Assembly To Motor Remove 3pcs of motor stoppers . Motor Stopper Attach the blade assembly to motor firmly using motor screws from hardware bag . NOTE: Do not bend blade or blade arm to prevent wobble. Motor Screw Blade Assembly V. Switch Housing Assembly If you don’t need to attach with light kit, just attach switch housing to switch housing cover with three screws existing on switch housing cover. Be sure to connect 9 pin terminals first before you proceed above step. Switch Housing Cover Blue Wire Screw White Wire 9 pin terminals from fan Black Wire Switch Housing Center Nut (*You may need to remove center nut for light kit installation.) TURN ON THE POWER. INSTALLATION IS SUCCESSFUL AND THE FAN IS READY FOR OPERATION. P5 LIGHT KIT INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS Parts Bag Wire Nut 2pc. Pull Chain Knob 1ps 1. Fan and Light Kit Assembly Take switch housing off by loosening three screws attached to it if switch housing is attached to fan. Remove center nut from switch housing and Insert wires existing from Light Kit Fitter by passing through center hole and attach Light Kit Fitter to Switch Housing with threaded tube and/or fasten with spring washer and hex nut. Light Kit Fitter Screw Switch Housing. Cover 2. Make wire connections for light kit ( 1 ). White wire from Light Kit to white wire from switch housing and connect by wire nut. ( 2 ). Black wire from Light Kit to blue wire from switch housing and connect by wire nut. ( 3 ). Attach switch housing and light kit assembly onto switch housing cover and secure by three screws. White Wire White Wire Spring Washer & Hex Nut Blue Wire Wire Nut Black Wire Switch Housing 3. Glass Shade Attachment (1). Unscrew Glass Shade Holder off from Light Kit. (2). Attach Glass Shade to Light Kit and secure with Glass Shade Holder taken off from Step (1). P6 (3). Attach Lamp to Lamp-holder. (4). Attach pull chain knob to light kit. The light kit is ready for operation.