AireRyder LK48504PZ Instructions / Assembly

ASSEMBLY AND INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
LK48504
WARNING: BE SURE TO SHUT OFF POWER AT THE MAIN FUSE OR CIRCUIT
BREAKER BOX BEFORE INSTALLING OR SERVICING THIS FIXTURE.
NOTE: 1. Before installing, consult local electrical codes for wiring and grounding requirements.
2. The combined weight of your ceiling fan and light kit cannot exceed 35 pounds unless
additional support is provided for the fan.
Fig.1
Black(Blue Wire)
Wire Nut
Smooth Wire
Washer
Center Plug
Motor
Switch Box
White Wire
Ridged Wire
Hex Nut
Screw
Switch Box Cover
Nipple
Light Kit
Fig.2
Screw
Black or Blue Wire
Wire Nut
Black
Cap
Set Screw
(6 x 32 20mmL)
Fig.3
For Light Kit:
Motor
Switch Box
White Wire
Terminal (Groove)
Terminal ( Tongue)
White Wire
Switch Box Cover
Nipple
Motor
Glass Holder
1. Remove the switch box cover from the switch
box of the fan by loosing the three screws.
Glass Shade
2. Unscrew the center plug from the switch box
cover and discard it.
Socket Ring
3. For fan style that is shown in Fig.1: Attach the Pull Chain
nipple of the light kit to the hole of the switch
box cover, then thread the wires through the washer and hex nut, then secure them tightly.
4. For fan style that is shown in Fig.2: Thread the fixture wire through the switch box cover.
Then attach the cap to the switch box cover, then secure it with two set screws (6x32 20mmL).
5. Pull out the wires from the switch box. Make wire connections using the wire nuts:
---The smooth (marked) wire from the light kit to the black or blue wire from the fan.
---The ridged (unmarked) wire from the light kit to the white wire from the fan.
---Carefully tuck wires back into the switch box.
6. Restore the switch box cover back to the switch box using the three screws.
7. Attach the glass shades to glass holders, then secure them with socket rings. (See Fig.3)
8. Install bulbs (not included). See relamping label at socket area or packaging for maximum
allowed wattage.
9. Turn on the power at the main fuse or circuit breaker box.
(You can control the lights with the pull chain.)
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For Chandelier:
Fig.3
Fig.4
Loop
Grounding Pad
Washer
Nipple(-b)
Cap
Loop
Light Kit
Outlet Box
House Grounding Wire
Wire Nut
Hex Nut
Washer
Mounting Strap
Green Grounding Screw
Mounting Screw
Nipple(-a)
1. Attach nipple(-a) to the mounting strap, then secure it with a
washer and hex nut.
2. Attach the mounting strap to the outlet box by using two
mounting screws.
3. Take out the cap from the hardware package for the chandelier.
Canopy
4. Thread the fixture wire through the cap, washer, grounding pad
Top Loop
and loop. Then attach the cap onto the light kit by inserting
Collar
nipple(-b) and secure it with the washer, grounding pad and
Loop Lock
loop. (See Fig.3 & Fig.4)
Chain
5. Choose the length of the chain you need, then weave the fixture
Fixture Grounding Wire
wire and the fixture grounding wire through the chain links.
Loop Lock
Connect one end of the chain with the loop using a loop lock.
6. Secure the top loop to nipple(-a).
Fixture Wire
7. Thread the fixture wire and fixture grounding wire through the
Loop
collar, canopy, top loop, nipple(-a) and mounting strap.
Light Kit
8. Connect the other end of the chain with the top loop using
Glass Holder
the other loop lock.
9. Pull out the outlet wires and the house grounding wire
from the outlet box. Make wire connections using the
wire nuts:
Glass Shade
---The smooth wire (marked) from fixture to black
wire from power source.
---The ridged wire (unmarked) from fixture to
white wire from power source.
Socket Ring
---Attach the fixture grounding wire to the mounting
strap with the green grounding screw. Then connect
Pull Chain
it to the house grounding wire with a wire nut.
Carefully tuck the wires back into the outlet box.
10. Attach the canopy to the mounting strap by inserting the top loop and secure it with the collar.
11. Attach the glass shades upward to the glass holders, then secure them with the socket rings.
12. Install bulbs (not included). See relamping label at socket area or packaging for maximum
allowed wattage.
13. Turn on the power at the main fuse or circuit breaker box.
(You can control the lights with the pull chain.)
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