the great outdoors by Minka Lavery 9838 Instructions / Assembly

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTION FOR 9830
WARNING!
For Wall Sconce Fixtures
SHUT POWER OFF AT FUSE OR
HANGING THE FIXTURE
1. Shut off power at the fuse box or circuit breaker
box. Remove old fixture from wall.
2. Carefully unpack your new fixture and lay out
all the parts on a clear area. Take care not to
lose any small parts necessary for installation.
3. Attach the crossbar to the junction box use the
two junction box screws. The side of the
Crossbar marked “GND” must face out. (Fig.1)
Thread the Nipple part way into the center hole
of the crossbar. (Fig.1)
4. At this point, connect the electrical wires as
shown in (Figure 2), making sure all wire nuts
are secured. You may have to wrap
connections with electrical tape. If your junction
box has a ground wire (green or bare copper),
connect fixtures ground wire to it. If not,
connect the fixture ground wire to the crossbar
with the green screw provided. After wires are
connected, tuck them carefully inside the
junction box as you hold the backplate toward
the wall.
5. To prevent moisture from entering the outlet
box and causing a short, use clear caulking (i.e.
Indoor/Outdoor silicone sealant) to outline the
outside of fixture backplate where it meets the
wall leaving a space at bottom to allow moisture
a means to escape (Fig.3)
6. Finish mounting of backplate by placing it over
the nipple and secure with knurled cap nut.
(Fig.1)
7. Install the proper light bulb in accordance with
Lamp’s specifications.
DO NOT EXCEED SPECIFIED WATTAGE RATING
8. Put glass over the back plate and secure it with
knurled knob screw.
Your installation is now complete. Return power
to the junction box and test the fixture.
CIRCUIT BREAKER .
Typical Installation
(Side Mounted Shade)
CROSSBAR
JUNCTION BOX
(WALL)
JUNCTION BOX SCREW
BACKPLATE
KNURLED
KNOB SCREW
WIRE NUT
NIPPLE
KNURLED CAP
GLASS
MIN 75℃ SUPPLY CONDUCTORS