HC-1301 Installation And Safety Instructions Line art shown may not exactly match the fixture enclosed. However, the installation instructions do apply to this fixture. Fill in Item Number on Carton and File This Sheet For Future Reference. ITEM#_______________ IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS • • • • • • • BEFORE YOU BEGIN Be sure the electricity to the system you are working on is turned off; either the fuse removed or the circuit breaker set at off. Use of other manufacturers components will void warranty, listing and create a potential safety hazard. If you are unclear as to how to proceed, contact a qualified electrician. You don't need special tools to install this fixture. Be sure to follow the steps in the order given. Read instructions carefully. Save these instructions. BACKPLATE (C) GREEN GROUNDING SCREW (G) *GROUND WIRE Carefully remove the fixture from the carton and check that all parts are included, as shown in figure 1 and 2. Be careful not to misplace any of the screws or parts which are needed to install this fixture. MOUNTING SCREWS (F) CANOPY (I) CAP NUTS (E) FIGURE 1 012208 RETAINING RING (H) SOCKET CUP (B) SHADE (A) *NOT INCLUDED INSTALLATION HC-1301 IMPORTANT: DO NOT ATTACH FIXTURE DIRECTLY TO OUTLET BOX. STEP 1: Place backplate (C) against wall and mark location for drywall anchors. Remove backplate (C) and drill appropriate sized holes into drywall. STEP 2: Pull supply wires through appropriate opening in backplate (C). Place backplate (C) against wall and secure by installing drywall screws (not supplied) into drywall anchors. STEP 3: A. Take note of the color of the wire(s) on your fixture. Identify which group your fixture wire(s) falls into and connect the wires according to the directions below: STEP 4: GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS: The green grounding screw (G) is to be inserted into the hole with two raised dimples provided on the backplate (C). Wrap the ground wire from the fixture (if supplied) and the ground wire from the outlet box (bare metal or green insulated wire) around the green grounding screw (G) on the backplate (C) if uninsulated wire is on the backplate (C), connect the ground wire from the fixture (if supplied) and the outlet box to it using a small wire connector (not supplied). NEVER CONNECT GROUND WIRE TO BLACK OR WHITE POWER SUPPLY WIRES. FINAL ASSEMBLY STEP 1: Make sure no bare wires can be seen outside wire connectors. After wires are connected, tuck them carefully inside outlet box. Push the fixture firmly over the mounting screws (F) and against the wall. Secure canopy (I) in place by threading cap nuts (E) onto fixture mounting screws (F). Place shade (A) on socket cup (B) and secure by threading retaining ring (H) onto socket. STEP 2: Install lamps. STEP 3: CLEANING GROUP A: CONNECT TO BLACK HOUSE WIRE BLACK *PARALLEL WIRE (ROUND & SMOOTH) GROUP B: CONNECT TO WHITE HOUSE WIRE WHITE *PARALLEL WIRE (SQUARE & RIDGED) *Note: When parallel wire is used, the tracer wire is square shaped or ridged and less tracer wire is round in shape or smooth. (Seen best when viewed from wire end.) To separate wires, grasp the ends of each wire and pull apart. B. Take your fixture wire(s) from group A and place evenly against the black wire from the outlet box. DO NOT twist wires together before using wire connectors. C. Fit a wire connector (not supplied) over the wires and thread the connector clockwise until you feel a firm resistance. D. Gently try to remove the wires from the connector. If you can remove the wires, carefully re-do steps B and C, as above and check again for a firm connection. E. Connect the fixture wire from group B to the white wire from the outlet box in the same manner. To clean, wipe fixture body with a soft cloth. Clean glass with a mild soap. Do not use abrasive materials such as scouring pads or powders, steel wool, or abrasive paper. ORDERING PARTS Keep this sheet for future reference, and in case you need to order replacement parts. Parts for this fixture can be ordered from place of purchase. Be sure to use exact wording from illustration when ordering parts.