www.HunterFan.com Table of Contents Tools Needed Mounting Options Ceiling Bracket 30 inches Preparation To register your fan, please visit: www.HunterFan.com/register Downrod Switch Housing 11 Troubleshooting ? ? ? 17 PA G E 15 PA G E 1 M0074-01 • 05/06/13 • © Hunter Fan Company 10 Operation,Maintenance & Cleaning PA G E 13 PA G E 12 5 Canopy PA G E PA G E Blades 4 Wiring 7 PA G E 6 Save your receipt for proof of purchase. 3 PA G E Ladder PA G E 2 PA G E 7 feet PA G E We are proud of our work and appreciate the opportunity to supply you with the best ceiling fan available anywhere in the world. What to Expect with Your Installation PA G E Congratulations on purchasing your new Hunter® ceiling fan! It will provide comfort and performance in your home or office for many years. This installation and operation manual contains complete instructions for installing and operating your fan. 1.888.830.1326 www.HunterFan.com What to Expect with Your Installation 1.888.830.1326 Read and Save These Instructions This product conforms to UL Standard 507. If you are unfamiliar with wiring, use a qualified electrician. WARNINGS w.1 - To reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock, or personal injury, mount fan directly from building structure and/or an outlet box marked acceptable for fan support of 70 lbs (31.8 kg) and use the mounting screws provided with the outlet box. 30 inches from blade tip to nearest wall or obstruction Must be able to secure the fan to building structure or fan-rated outlet box Know your wiring You may need a friend to help you. Ceiling angles greater than 34° will require an Angled Mounting Kit. See page 4 for details. Check box to see fan weight 7 feet from bottom edge of blade to the floor Assess ceiling angle Assess location 1 Standard Downrod 2 Shorter Downrod for ceilings 8-10 feet high for fans installed close to ceiling w.2 - To avoid possible electrical shock, before installing or servicing your fan, disconnect the power by turning off the circuit breakers to the outlet box and associated wall switch location. If you cannot lock the circuit breakers in the off position, securely fasten a prominent warning device, such as a tag, to the service panel. w.3 - To reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock, or motor damage, use only Hunter Speed Controls. w.4 - To reduce the risk of personal injury, do not bend the blade brackets when installing the blade brackets, balancing the blades, or cleaning the fan. Do not insert foreign objects in between rotating fan blades. CAUTIONS c.1 - All wiring must be in accordance with national and local electrical codes ANSI/NFPA 70. If you are unfamiliar with wiring, use a qualified electrician. c.2 - Use only Hunter replacement parts. 3 Longer Downrod for ceilings 10 feet or higher Select a downrod length 2 M0074-01 • 05/06/13 • © Hunter Fan Company This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions may cause harmful interference to radio communications. www.HunterFan.com Tools Needed Ladder Pliers Wire Strippers 9/64” Drill Bit (optional) Power Drill (optional) If mounting to a support structure, you will also need these tools. 3 M0074-01 • 05/06/13 • © Hunter Fan Company Screwdrivers 1.888.830.1326 34O CEILING www.HunterFan.com Mounting Options OPTION 1 If you have a flat ceiling: 1. You will need a longer downrod (sold separately). 2. If your ceiling angle is greater than 34°, you will also need an Angled Mounting Kit (sold separately). Angled Mounting Support Structure Support Structure OPTION 2 If you have an angled ceiling: Standard Mounting Style Ceiling Outlet Box (required) Use the three steps below to determine if your ceiling angle is greater than 34° 2 1 Ceiling Outlet Box (required) Angled Mounting Style 3 34° PLACE FOLD against wall on dotted line Guide Touches BOTH Ceiling & Wall You need ONLY a Longer Downrod *most common SLIDE toward ceiling Guide Touches Wall but NOT Ceiling 2 ON SITUAT I 1 ON SITUAT I WALL Standard Mounting Hang your fan by a standard downrod (included). 1.888.830.1326 1.866.268.1936 Use Standard Mounting or Low-Profile Mounting to hang the fan from a flat ceiling. You need BOTH a Longer Downrod & an Angled Mounting Kit 4 M0074-01 • 05/06/13 • © Hunter Fan Company Use Angled Mounting to hang the fan from a vaulted or angled ceiling. Ceiling Bracket www.HunterFan.com 1.888.830.1326 For angled ceilings, point opening toward peak. er w o nP r Tu OFF Use wood screws Use machine screws (included) when securing (provided with outlet to support structure with box) when securing to approved electrical outlet existing ceiling fan-rated box. Drill 9/64” pilot holes outlet box. Make sure in support structure to aid it is securely installed in securing ceiling bracket and is acceptable for fan with hardware found in support of 31.8 kg (70 lbs) the hardware bag. or less. Make sure all four (4) bumpers are still attached. To avoid possible electrical shock, before installing your fan, disconnect the power by turning off the circuit breakers to the outlet box associated with the wall switch location. If you are unable to do this, call Technical Support at 1-888-830-1326. Refer to warning w.1 on pg. 2 5 M0074-01 • 05/06/13 • © Hunter Fan Company Ceiling Bracket (continued) Preparation www.HunterFan.com 1.888.830.1326 ! KEEP DISC D AR Time Saver Tip: Get a helper to insert grommets, found in the hardware bag, into the blades while you’re doing the next couple of steps. Remove the shipping blocks from the motor. Save the screws. They will be needed for blade iron installation. Note: Some fans will have a shipping ring instead of shipping blocks. Please remove the ring and save the screws. 6 M0074-01 • 05/06/13 • © Hunter Fan Company www.HunterFan.com Option 1 Downrod 1.888.830.1326 skip to next page Standard Downrod for ceilings 8-10’ high Steps 1-5 to remove standard downrod pipe 1 2 4 Sold Separately Slide 3 10 9 8 Steps 6-10 to reassemble with new pipe 7 M0074-01 • 05/06/13 • © Hunter Fan Company 5 Slide Option 3 Longer Downrod for angled ceilings or ceilings 10’ or higher Shorter Downrod for fans installed close to ceiling Included Option 2 Included (pre-assembled) If you need a different downrod length follow these steps: 7 6 www.HunterFan.com KEEP! (not to scale) 8” & 3/8” 1.888.830.1326 STRIP CUT Downrod (continued) ! KEEP Remove the pre-installed setscrew so that the downrod can be inserted. The wires can be cut, but leave at least 8” extending from the top of the downrod. Hand tighten the downrod (at least 4-5 full turns) until it stops. 8” Tighten the setscrew with pliers. DO NOT HAND TIGHTEN. 3/8” If the setscrew is not tightened securely, the fan may fall. 8 M0074-01 • 05/06/13 • © Hunter Fan Company www.HunterFan.com Downrod (continued) Put the wires and downrod through the canopy. Let the canopy sit loosely on top of the fan. DO NOT PICK THE FAN UP BY THE CANOPY OR WIRES. Place the downrod ball into the slot in the ceiling bracket. 9 M0074-01 • 05/06/13 • © Hunter Fan Company 1.888.830.1326 Wiring www.HunterFan.com Note: To connect the wires, hold the bare metal leads together and place a wire connector over them, then twist clockwise until tight. CEILIN G OM FR T KE black (live in) FR black (ungrounded) M FA N white (neutral in) FRO Using an orange wire connector from the hardware bag, connect the black wire (ungrounded) from the ceiling to the black wire from the receiver (marked “live in”). Connect the white wire (grounded) from the ceiling to the white wire from the receiver (marked “neutral in” or “common in”). white (grounded) C blue A ING BR CEILIN G OM FR blue (light out) CEIL black M white green/yellow stripe O FR Using an orange wire connector from the hardware bag, connect the 3 grounding wires (green, green/ yellow stripe, or bare copper) coming from the ceiling, downrod, and hanging bracket. RECEIVE R black (fan out) green/yellow stripe Using the blue wire connectors from the remote control hardware bag, connect the white wire from the receiver (marked “common out”) to the white wire from fan. Connect the black wire from the receiver (marked “fan out”) to the black wire from the fan. Connect the blue wire from the receiver (marked ”light out”) to the blue wire from the fan. The red wire from the receiver will not be used, it has a pre-installed wire terminator. white (common out) green/yellow stripe (grounding) OM FAN FR OM FR 1.888.830.1326 OM RECEIV ER Turn the splices upward and push them carefully back through the hanger bracket into the outlet box. Spread the wires apart, with the grounded wires on one side of the outlet box and the ungrounded wires on the other side of the outlet box. Refer to CAUTION c.1 on pg. 2 10 M0074-01 • 05/06/13 • © Hunter Fan Company www.HunterFan.com Canopy Screw Holes Position the canopy so that, when lifted into place, the canopy fits into the hanging bracket as shown. Lift the canopy into place so that the screw holes are aligned. Insert the two canopy screws found in the hardware bag. Note: Fan style may vary. 11 M0074-01 • 05/06/13 • © Hunter Fan Company 1.888.830.1326 Blades www.HunterFan.com 1.888.830.1326 Remember the screws that you kept after removing the shipping blocks (page 6)? You need them for this step. Insert grommets found in the hardware bag into the holes in the blades, then secure each blade to a blade iron with screws found in the hardware bag. Lightly attach the blade irons to the motor with the blade iron armature screws, then securely tighten after both screws are attached. Your blades are shielded with Dust Armor® which is a nanotechnology coating that repels dust. For cleaning the fan, use soft brushes or cloths to prevent scratching. Cleaning agents may damage the finishes. 12 M0074-01 • 05/06/13 • © Hunter Fan Company Switch Housing Screw two (2) housing assembly screws from the hardware bag halfway into the motor housing. It does not matter which two screw holes you choose. www.HunterFan.com Feed the wire plug through the center hole of the upper switch housing, then wrap keyhole slots around the screws and twist counterclockwise. the 1.888.830.1326 Insert the third screw, found in hardware bag, into place and then tighten all three (3) screws. Make sure the upper switch housing is securely attached to the mounting plate. Failure to properly secure all 3 assembly screws could result in the switch housing fixture falling. 13 M0074-01 • 05/06/13 • © Hunter Fan Company www.HunterFan.com Switch Housing (continued) 1.888.830.1326 CONGRA T YOU’REUALTIONS! DONE! Connect the plugs from the upper and lower switch housings. Make sure to line up the colored markings on the connectors. Lift the lower switch housing until its screw holes are aligned with the screw holes in the upper switch housing. Install the three switch housing screws, found in the hardware bag. Tighten all three screws. 14 M0074-01 • 05/06/13 • © Hunter Fan Company Make sure the lower switch housing is securely attached to the upper switch housing. Failure to properly secure all three assembly screws could result in the switch housing falling. Operation, Maintenance, & Cleaning www.HunterFan.com 1.888.830.1326 High Medium Low Fan Off Battery Door High Phillips Head Screw To access the battery compartment, remove the small Phillips head screw that secures the battery door to the transmitter assembly. The battery should be installed with the positive (+) side up. Replace with a CR2032 battery when necessary. Turn Power ON Fan Off Note: The remote must be paired before the fan will operate. Within 3 minutes of restoring power to the fan, press both the Fan Off button and the High button for at least 4 seconds. Your fan will turn on low to indicate successful syncing. If it does not, turn off power to your fan, wait 1 minute then try again. If using the transmitter with multiple fans, repeat this process for each fan. The Fan Off button only turns the fan off. To turn the fan on, press one of the fan speed buttons. ooo High oo Medium o Low 15 M0074-01 • 05/06/13 • © Hunter Fan Company To install the transmitter cradle, remove the two screws holding your switch cover plate. Do not remove the cover plate. Orient the cradle by lining up the two mounting holes with those on the cover plate. Insert and tighten the screws. Do not over tighten. Operation, Maintenance, & Cleaning (continued) www.HunterFan.com 1.888.830.1326 Safe-Exit The Safe-Exit Program gives you about thirty seconds of light when you turn the lights off to exit the room before the lights go out. To use Safe-Exit: • Press the Fan Off button for at least three seconds to initiate the Safe-Exit Mode. • The lights will flash for visual confirmation. • The lights will stay on 50% brightness for 15 seconds and then begin to dim. After a total of 30 seconds, the lights will be completely off. Note: For CFL lighting, the lights will stay on 100% brightness for 30 seconds. After a total of 30 seconds, the lights will be completely off. Reverse Switch To switch the direction of air flow, move the reverse switch to the opposite position. You will need to remove the light kit glass to do so. 16 M0074-01 • 05/06/13 • © Hunter Fan Company For cleaning the fan, use soft brushes or cloths to prevent scratching. Cleaning products may damage the finishes. www.HunterFan.com Troubleshooting Fan doesn’t work Excessive wobbling • Make sure power switch is on. • Tighten all of the blade and blade iron screws until they are snug. • Pull the pull chain to make sure it is on. • Push the motor reversing switch firmly left or right to ensure that it is engaged. • Use the provided balancing kit and instructions to balance the fan. • Check the circuit breaker to ensure the power is turned on. • Make sure the blades spin freely. • Turn off power from the circuit breaker, then loosen the canopy and check all the connections according to the wiring diagram on page 10. Noisy Operation • Tighten the blade and blade iron screws until they are snug. • Check to see if any of the blades are cracked. If so, replace all of the blades. • Check the plug connection in the switch housing. Remote control of fan is erratic • Make sure the battery is installed correctly. Transmitter only works when held at close range • Install a fresh battery. • Install a fresh battery. 17 M0074-01 • 05/06/13 • © Hunter Fan Company 1.888.830.1326 Hunter fans have the power to cut your cooling costs up to 40%. Beat the High Cost of Cooling The air movement created by a Hunter ceiling fan lets you set your thermostat higher and still stay comfortable. Every degree you raise the thermostat saves up to 7% on energy costs. So, you can cut back on expensive air conditioning ... and save up to 40%* on cooling. In winter, your Hunter fan recirculates warm air and saves up to 10%* on heating bills. * On average at low speed settings. Your savings may vary based on climate, building type and thermostat setting. Save Energy and Money While Protecting the Environment Congratulations! You’re saving energy and money while protecting the environment by purchasing this ENERGY STAR qualified Hunter ceiling fan! With this purchase, you are doing your part to protect the environment. In 2010, ENERGY STAR qualified ceiling fans are projected to cut air pollution by more than 500 million pounds! Your new ceiling fan has earned the ENERGY STAR label because it meets high energy efficiency specifications set by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). ENERGY STAR labeled ceiling fans save energy because they have more efficient fan motors and air delivery due to more aerodynamic blade configurations. Ceiling fan models bearing the ENERGY STAR label move air 14 20% more efficiently than typical ceiling fan models. For more information on ENERGY STAR visit www.energystar.gov.