none 8239204388 Use and Care Manual

56” Antigua Plus
Ceiling Fan by Hampton Bay
Accu-Arm™ for Accurate
and Easy Installation
Thank you for purchasing this Hampton Bay ceiling
fan. This product has been manufactured with the
highest standards of safety and quality. The finish
of this fan is weather resistant, but over time will
naturally weather and fade.
Table of Contents
Safety Rules................................... 1
Steeper Blade Pitch for
Greater Air Movement
Unpacking Your Fan..................... 2
3-Speed Reverse Function for
Year-Round Comfort and Savings
Operating Your Fan...................... 10
Tri-Mount Installation
Installing Your Fan....................... 3
Care of Your Fan........................... 11
Troubleshooting............................. 11
Specifications................................. 12
QUESTIONS, PROBLEMS, MISSING PARTS:
Before returning to your local Home Depot, please call our
Customer Service Team at 1-877-527-0313 or visit www.homedepot.com.
Warranty Information.................. 13
Please reference your SKU (926 906 oil-rubbed bronze)
or UPC (082392 73540 1R oil-rubbed bronze).
UL Model No. 56-ANTHL
READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
1. To reduce the risk of electric shock, insure electricity
8. Avoid placing objects in path of the blades.
2.
10. Do not use water or detergents when cleaning the fan or fan
3.
4.
5.
has been turned off at the circuit breaker or fuse box
before beginning.
All wiring must be in accordance with the National
Electrical Code ANSI/NFPA 70-1999 and local electrical
codes. Electrical installation should be performed by a
qualified licensed electrician.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do
not use this fan with any solid-state speed control device.
CAUTION: To reduce the risk of personal injury, use only
the screws provided with the outlet box.
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.”
9. To avoid personal injury or damage to the fan and other items,
be cautious when working around or cleaning the fan.
blades. A dry dust cloth or lightly dampened cloth will be
suitable for most cleaning.
11. After making 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.
12. Electrical diagrams are for reference only. Light kits 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.
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK OR PERSONAL
INJURY, MOUNT TO OUTLET BOX MARKED ACCEPTABLE FOR FAN
SUPPORT AND USE SCREWS PROVIDED WITH THE OUTLET BOX.
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.
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.
PLEASE REMOVE RUBBER MOTOR STOPS ON THE BOTTOM OF THE
FAN BEFORE INSTALLING BLADES OR TESTING THE MOTOR.
Safety Rules 1.
Unpack your fan and check the contents. You should have the following items:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Slide-On Mounting Plate (inside canopy)
Downrod and Hanger Ball Assembly
Canopy with Canopy Ring attached
Fan Motor Assembly
Switch Housing
Decorative Motor Collar Cover
Blades (5)
8. Blade Bracket (Flange) Set (5)
with blade bracket screws pre-installed
9. Decorative Leaves
10.Light Kit
11.Glass Bowl
12.Bulbs (3)
IMPORTANT: THIS PRODUCT AND/OR COMPONENTS ARE COVERED BY
ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING U.S. PATENTS: 5,947,436; 5,988,580;
5,971,573; 6,010,110; 6,010,306; 6,039,541; 6,046,416 AND OTHER
PATENTS PENDING.
2. Unpacking Your Fan
a.
b.
c.
d.
Blade attachment hardware
(15 screws)
Electrical Hardware
(3 plastic wire connectors, 1 hanger pin, 1
locking pin)
Close-to-Ceiling mount hardware
(1 rubber gasket)
Miscellaneous Parts & Balancing Kit
(2 pull chains, blade balancing kit)
Tools Required
Phillips screw driver, straight slot screw
driver, adjustable wrench, step ladder, and
wire cutters.
Figures 1, 2, and 3 are examples of different
ways to mount the outlet box.
Mounting Options
Figure 3
If there isn’t an existing outlet 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 35 lbs.)
Do not use plastic outlet boxes.
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC
SHOCK OR 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
LICENSED ELECTRICIAN IF IN DOUBT.
Figure 1
Note: You may need a longer downrod to
maintain proper blade clearance when installing on a steep, sloped ceiling. The maximum
angle allowable is 30˚. If the canopy touches
downrod, remove the decorative canopy
bottom cover and turn the canopy 180˚ before
attaching the canopy to the mounting plate.
Outlet Box
Figure 4
Outlet Box
Figure 2
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 Hampton Bay retailer).
Installing Your Fan 3.
Hanging the Fan
REMEMBER to turn off the power. Follow the steps below to hang your
fan properly.
NOTE: This ceiling fan is supplied with two
types of hanging assemblies; the standard
ceiling installation using the downrod with
ball and socket mounting, and the “close-toceiling” mounting. The “close-to-ceiling”
mounting is recommended in rooms with
less than 8-foot ceilings or in areas where
additional space is desired from the floor
to the fan blades. When using standard
downrod installation, the distance from the
ceiling to the bottom of the fan blades will be
approximately 12 inches. The “close-to-ceiling”
installation reduces the distance from the
ceiling to the bottom of the fan blades to
approximately 9 inches.
Once you have decided which ceiling
installation you will use, proceed with the
following instructions. Where necessary,
each section of the instructions will note the
different procedures to follow for the two
types of installation.
Standard Ceiling Mounting
1. Remove the canopy ring from the canopy
by turning the ring to the right until it
unlocks (Figure 5).
3. Route the wires exiting the top of the
fan motor through the decorative motor
collar cover then the canopy ring. Make sure
the slot openings are on top. Route the wires
through the canopy and then through the
ball/downrod assembly (Figure 7).
Figure 5
2. Remove the mounting plate from the
canopy by loosening the four screws on
the top of the canopy. Remove the two
non-slotted screws and loosen the slotted
screws. This will enable you to remove the
mounting plate (Figure 6).
WHEN MOUNTING THE FAN ON A SLOPED
CEILING, THE STANDARD BALL/DOWNROD
MOUNTING METHOD MUST BE USED. THE
MOUNTING PLATE MUST BE MOUNTED SO
THAT THE SLOT OPENINGS ARE ON THE
LOWER SIDE BY SLIDING THE MOUNTING
PLATE FROM THE TOP DOWN. FOR A GREATER
MOUNTING ANGLE, REMOVE THE DECORATIVE CANOPY BOTTOM COVER (FIGURE 9).
4.
Figure 6
Figure 7
4. Loosen, but do not remove, the set​ “Close-to-Ceiling” Mounting
screw on the collar on the top of the 1. Remove the canopy ring from the canopy
motor housing.
by turning the ring to the right until it
unlocks (Figure 5).
5. Align the holes at the bottom of the
downrod with the holes in the collar 2. Remove the mounting plate from the canoon top of the motor housing (Figure 7).
py by loosening the four screws on the top
Carefully insert the hanger pin through
of the canopy. Remove the two non-slotted
the holes in the collar and downrod. Be
screws and loosen the slotted screws. This
careful not to jam the hanger pin against
will enable you to remove the mounting
the wiring inside the downrod. Insert the
plate (Figure 6).
locking pin through the hole near the
3. Remove the decorative canopy bottom covend of the hanger pin until it snaps into its
er from the canopy by depressing the three
locked position, as noted in the circle inset
studs (Figure 9).
of Figure 7.
6. Align the mounting holes with the holes
in the motor and fasten, using the three
screws and lock-washers removed in step 4
(Figure 11).
7. Tighten the mounting screws securely.
FAILURE TO PROPERLY INSTALL SET SCREWS
IN STEP 7 COULD RESULT IN FAN LOOSENING
AND POSSIBLY FALLING.
FAILURE TO PROPERLY INSTALL THE LOCKING PIN AS NOTED IN STEP 5 COULD RESULT
IN FAN LOOSENING AND POSSIBLY FALLING.
6. Re-tighten the set screws on the collar on top
of the motor housing (Figure 8).
7. Proceed to “Installing the Fan” section.
Figure 8
Figure 10
Figure 9
4. Remove three of the six screws and lockwashers (every other one) securing the motor collar to the top of the fan motor housing
(Figure 10).
5. Place the rubber gasket over the remaining three screws, route the wires exiting
the top of the fan motor through the canopy
ring (make sure the slot openings are on
top), then proceed to place the ceiling canopy over the collar at the top of the motor
(Figure 11).
Figure 11
5.
WHEN USING THE STANDARD BALL/DOWNROD
MOUNTING, THE TAB IN THE RING AT THE BOTTOM OF THE MOUNTING PLATE MUST REST IN
THE GROOVE OF THE HANGER BALL. FAILURE
TO PROPERLY SEAT THE TAB IN THE GROOVE
COULD CAUSE DAMAGE TO WIRING.
Installing Fan to
the Outlet Box
hook provided by utilizing one of the
holes at the outer rim of the ceiling canopy
(Figure 12). If using standard mounting, seat
the hanger ball in the mounting plate socket.
Make sure the tab on the mounting bracket
socket is properly seated in the groove in the
hanger ball (Figure 12).
1. Connect the two green fan ground wires located on the downrod and mounting plate
to the household ground wire. When using
Close-to-Ceiling mounting, there is only one
green ground wire from the ceiling mounting plate since the ball/downrod assembly is
not used.
WHEN MOUNTING THE FAN ON A SLOPED
CEILING, THE STANDARD BALL/DOWNROD
MOUNTING METHOD MUST BE USED. MAKE
SURE THE MOUNTING BRACKET SLOTS ARE
ON THE LOWER SIDE BY SLIDING THE MOUNTING BRACKET FROM THE TOP DOWN.
1. Pass the 120-volt supply wires through the
center hole in the ceiling mounting bracket
as shown in Figure 7.
2. Install the ceiling mounting plate on the outlet box by sliding the mounting plate over
the two screws provided with the outlet
box. When using close-to-ceiling mounting, it is important that the mounting plate
be level. If necessary, use leveling washers
(not included) between the mounting plate
and the outlet box. Note that the flat side of
the mounting plate is toward the outlet box
(Figure 7).
3. Securely tighten the two mounting screws.
4. Carefully lift the assembly up to the ceiling mounting plate. If using Close-toCeiling mounting, hang the fan on the
6.
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.
Figure 12
THE HOOK AS SHOWN IN FIGURE 12 IS ONLY
TO BALANCE FAN WHILE ATTACHING WIRING.
FAILURE TO HANG AS SHOWN IN FIGURE 12
MAY RESULT IN HOOK BREAKING, CAUSING
THE FAN TO FALL. HOOK MUST PASS FROM
INSIDE TO OUTSIDE OF CANOPY.
Making the Electrical
Connections
REMEMBER to disconnect the power. If
you feel you do not have enough electrical
wiring knowledge or experience, have your fan
installed by a licensed electrician.
2. Connect the fan light supply (blue) wire
and the fan supply (black) wire to the
black household supply wire as shown in
figure 13.
3. Connect the neutral fan (white) wire to the
white neutral household wire.
4. After connecting the wires, spread them
apart so that the green and white wires are
on side of the outlet box and the black wire
is on the other side.
5. Turn the wire connecting nuts upward and
push the wiring into the outlet box.
Finishing the Fan
Installation
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.
STANDARD CEILING MOUNTING
WHEN USING THE STANDARD BALL/DOWNROD
MOUNTING, THE TAB IN THE RING AT THE BOTTOM OF THE MOUNTING PLATE MUST REST IN
THE GROOVE OF THE HANGER BALL. FAILURE
TO PROPERLY SEAT THE TAB IN THE GROOVE
COULD CAUSE DAMAGE TO WIRING.
EACH WIRE NUT (WIRE CONNECTOR) SUPPLIED WITH THIS FAN IS DESIGNED TO ACCEPT
UP TO ONE 12 GAUGE HOUSE WIRE AND TWO
WIRES FROM THE FAN. IF YOU HAVE LARGER
THAN 12 GAUGE HOUSE WIRING OR MORE
THAN ONE HOUSE WIRE TO CONNECT TO THE
FAN WIRING, CONSULT AN ELECTRICIAN FOR
THE PROPER SIZE WIRE NUTS TO USE.
1. Align the locking slots of the ceiling canopy
with the two screws in the mounting plate.
Push up to engage the slots and turn clockwise to lock in place. Immediately tighten
the two mounting screws firmly.
2. Install the remaining two mounting
screws into the holes in the canopy and
tighten firmly.
3. Install the decorative canopy ring by aligning the ring’s slots with the screws in the
canopy. Rotate the ring clockwise to lock
in place.
4. You may now proceed to attaching the
fan blades.
Figure 13
7.
Attaching the
Switch Housing
CLOSE-TO-CEILING MOUNTING
1. Carefully unhook the fan from the mounting plate and align the locking slots of the
ceiling canopy with the two screws in the
mounting plate. Push up to engage the slots
and turn clockwise to lock in place. Immediately tighten the two mounting screws
firmly.
LOCKING SLOTS OF CEILING CANOPY ARE
PROVIDED ONLY AS AN AID TO MOUNTING.
DO NOT LEAVE FAN ASSEMBLY UNATTENDED
UNTIL ALL FOUR CANOPY SCREWS ARE ENGAGED AND FIRMLY TIGHTENED.
2. Install the remaining two mounting screws
into the holes in the canopy and tighten
firmly.
3. Install the decorative canopy ring by aligning the ring’s slots with the screws in the
canopy. Rotate the ring clockwise to lock
in place.
4. You may now proceed to attaching the fan
blades.
Figure 14
2. Tighten each screw securely.
3. Fasten the blade assembly to the motor by
inserting the alignment post into the slot on
the bottom of the motor and tightening the
blade bracket screws. Please note that the
blade bracket screws are pre-installed into
the blade bracket (Figure 14a).
4. Repeat steps 1-3 for the remaining blades.
Molded
Adaptor
Connector
Black
Bracket
Screws
Switch
Housing
Blade Balancing
Attaching the
Fan Blades
1. Attach blade to blade bracket using the
screws as shown in figure 14. Please note that
the rubber washers are pre-attached to the
blade bracket. Start a screw into the bracket.
Repeat for the two remaining screws.
8.
1. Remove the three mounting screws on the
black bracket below the motor (Figure 15).
2. Connect the adaptor plug exiting the bottom
of the motor with the plug from the switch
housing.
3. Mount the switch housing to the black plate
below the motor by aligning the three screw
holes and securing with the three screws removed in step 1.
Figure 14a
Figure 15
All blades are grouped by weight. Because natural woods vary in density, the fan may wobble
even though the blades are weight matched. The
following procedure should correct most fan
wobble. Check after each step.
1. Check that all blade and blade bracket
screws are secure.
2. Most fan wobble 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 from a point
on the center of each blade to the point on
the ceiling. Measure this distance as shown
in Figure 16. Rotate the fan until the next
blade is positioned for measurement. Repeat
for each blade. Measurement deviations
should within 1/8”. Run the fan for 10 minutes.
3. Use the enclosed Blade Balancing Kit if the
blade wobble is still noticeable.
Light Kit Option
Figure 16
CAUTION - To reduce the risk of electrical
shock, disconnect the electrical supply circuit
to the fan before installing light kit.
FAN WITH LIGHT KIT (Figure 17)
1. Remove the three mounting screws on the
black bracket below the motor.
2. Remove the the finial, lower cap, hex nut
and rubber washer from the light fixture.
3. Remove the nut and washer from the top of
the light fixture.
4. Attach the light kit to the switch housing
by first removing the decorative cover on
the bottom of the switch housing. Insert the
wires from the top of the light kit through
the hole in the bottom of the switch housing.
Thread the light kit into the hole on the bottom of the switch housing. Secure with the
nut and washer provided.
5. Connect the wires from the light kit to the
blue and white wires in the switch housing
marked for light kit connection. See page 6
for wiring.
6. Connect the wires exiting the bottom of the
motor with the switch housing by connecting the molded adaptor plugs together.
7. Slide the switch housing and secure it to the
black bracket using the three screws that
were removed in step1.
8. With power off, install candelabra E12 base
bulbs (Max. 60W, included) to the lamp
sockets.
the light fixture, direct the fan pull chain
through the side hole on the glass.
11.Place the finial over the threaded stem and
direct the light pull chain through the hole
of the finial, tighten the finial securely.
12.Attach the pull chain extensions provided to
the light pull chain and the fan pull chain.
Socket
OVER LAMPING THE FAN WILL RESULT IN
THE FAN LIGHTS SHUTTING DOWN UNTIL THE
PROPER WATTAGE OF BULBS ARE INSTALLED.
RESET THE LIGHTS BY TURNING OFF, REPLACE BULBS WITH THE POWER ON.
9. Place the glass bowl over the threaded stem of
the light fixture and up against the upper cap.
10.Place the decorative leaves, rubber washer,
hex nut and cap over the threaded stem of
Figure 17
9.
Turn on the power and check the operation of
the fan. The pull chain controls the fan speeds
as follows: 1 pull - High, 2 pulls - Medium, 3
pulls - Low and 4 pulls - Off
Speed settings for warm or cool weather depend
on factors such as room size, ceiling height,
number of fans, and so on.
The slide switch controls the direction: forward
(switch left) or reverse (switch right).
Figure 18
Figure 19
Warm weather - (Forward) A downward
air flow creates a cooling effect as shown in
Figure 18. This allows you to set your air conditioner on a higher setting without affecting your
comfort.
Cool weather - (Reverse) An upward air flow
moves warm air off the ceiling are as shown in
Figure 19. This allows you to set your heating
unit on a lower setting without affecting your
comfort.
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 BLADES.
WAIT FOR FAN TO STOP BEFORE REVERSING
THE DIRECTION OF BLADE ROTATION.
10. Operating Your Fan
Care of Your Fan
Troubleshooting
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.)
Fan will not start
1.
2.
Check main and branch circuit fuses or breakers
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.
2.
Make sure all motor housing screws are snug.
Make sure the screws that attach the fan blade bracket to the motor hub
are tight.
Make sure wire nut connections are not rattling against each other or
the interior wall of the switch housing.
CAUTION: Make sure power is off.
Allow a 24-hour “breaking in” period. Most noises associated with a
new fan disappear during this time.
If using the Ceiling Fan light kit, make sure the screws securing the
glassware are tight. Check that the light bulb is also secure.
Make sure the canopy is a short distance from the ceiling.
It should not touch the ceiling.
Make sure your outlet box is secure and rubber isolator pads were used
between the mounting plate and outlet box.
Here are some suggestions to help you
maintain your fan.
2. Clean your fan periodically to help maintain
its new appearance over the years. Do not
use water when cleaning, this could damage
the motor, or the wood or possibly cause
an electrical shock. 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.
Warning - Make sure the power is off
before cleaning your fan.
3. You can apply a light coat of furniture polish to the wood 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
sealed ball bearings.
ProblemSolution
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
MAKE SURE THE POWER IS OFF AT THE ELECTRICAL PANEL BOX BEFORE YOU ATTEMPT TO MAKE ANY REPAIRS. REFER TO THE SECTION,
“MAKING ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS.”
Care of Your Fan and Troubleshooting 11.
FAN SIZE SPEED
56”
VOLTS
AMPS
WATTS
RPM
CFM
Low
120
0.26
17
60
2507
Med
120
0.38
38
95
3996
High
120
0.47
55
125
5283
NET
WEIGHT
GROSS
WEIGHT
CUBE FEET
25.1
Lbs
27.3
Lbs
2.60
These are approximate measures. They do not include Amps and Wattage used by the light kit.
Distributed by Home Depot U.S.A., Inc.
2455 Paces Ferry Rd. N.W. Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Vendor Number: 11688
12. Specifications
Hampton Bay Lifetime Limited Warranty
Lifetime Warranty on Motor
Hampton Bay warrants the fan motor to be free from defects in workmanship and material present at
time of shipment from the factory for a lifetime after the date of purchase by the original purchaser.
Hampton Bay also warrants that all other fan parts, excluding any glass or acrylic blades, to be free
from defects in workmanship and material at the time of shipment from the factory for a period of
one year after the date of purchase by the original purchaser. We agree to correct such defects without charge or at our option replace with a comparable or superior model if the product is returned
to Hampton Bay. To obtain warranty service, you must present a copy of the receipt as proof of
purchase. All costs of removing and reinstalling the product are your responsibility. Damage to any
part such as by accident or misuse or improper installation or by affixing any accessories, is not
covered by this warranty. Because of varying climatic conditions, this warranty does not cover any
changes in plated finishes, including rusting, pitting, corroding, tarnishing or peeling. Brass finishes
of this type give their longest useful life when protected from varying weather conditions. A certain
amount of “wobble” is normal and should not be considered a defect. Servicing performed by unauthorized persons shall render the warranty invalid. There is no other express warranty. Hampton
Bay hereby disclaims any and all warranties, including but not limited to, those of merchantability
and fitness for a particular purpose to the extent permitted by law. The duration of any implied warranty which cannot be disclaimed is limited to the time period as specified in the express warranty.
Some states do not allow limitation on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation
may not apply to you. Hampton Bay shall not be liable for incidental, consequential, or special
damages arising out of or in connection with product use or performance except as may otherwise
be accorded by law. Some states do not allow the exclusion of incidental or consequential damages,
so the above exclusion or limitation may not apply to you. This warranty gives specific legal rights,
and you may also have other rights which vary form state to state. This warranty supersedes all prior
warranties. Shipping costs for any return of product as part of a claim on the warranty must be paid
by the customer.
IMPORTANT NOTE:
To ensure warranty service, if ever
necessary, please register your fan at:
gpwarranty.com
You must present a copy of the original
purchase receipt to obtain warranty service.
G.P. WARRANTY SERVICE CENTER, INC.
WARRANTY SECTION
1951 N.W. 22nd STREET
FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA 33311
Attach receipt here for
easy location.
Warranty Information 13.