Laura Ashley MX2019 Use and Care Manual

Assembly Instructions
Venetian Mini Chandelier # MX2019
WARNING: BE SURE TO SHUT OFF POWER AT THE MAIN FUSE OR CIRCUIT
BREAKER BOX BEFORE INSTALLING OR SERVICING THIS FIXTURE.
NOTE: Before installing, consult local electrical codes for wiring and grounding requirements.
For Swag Light:
Ceiling Hook
1. Open the hardware package which is marked "For
Swag Light".
2. Installing two ceiling hooks on ceiling. (One of them
must be fastened on the edge of ceiling as Fig.1)
For plaster or plaster board ceilings (See Fig.2)
a. Drill a 5/8" hole in the ceiling where it is to be
installed.
b. Thread the nipple into the ceiling hook.
c. Secure the toggle bolt on to the nipple.
d. Measure the thickness of ceiling, squeeze two flaps
of toggle bolt together, and adjust the length (L) from
toggle bolt to ceiling hook as you measured.
e. Insert the toggle bolt through the drilled hole to hook
onto ceiling, and secure the ceiling hook tightenly.
For wood ceilings (minimum thickness size is 3/4"
(See Fig.3)
a. Select a place on the ceiling where a wood beam
exists.
b. Thread the dry wall screw into the ceiling hook.
c. Screw the assembly ceiling hook into the wood
beam.
3. Cut the grounding wire near the loop.
4. Take a certain length of chain you need, then hang
the links of chain to the ceiling hooks.
5. Thread the fixture cord through the ceiling hooks.
6. Follow steps 12~13 as for mini chandelier.
7. Insert the plug into wall receptacle, then control the
lamp with the switch.
Switch
Plug
For Swag Light
Ceiling
L
Fig.1
Toggle Bolt
Nipple
Ceiling Hook
Fig.2
Dry Wall Screw
Ceiling Hook
Fig.3
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For Mini Chandelier:
1. Choose the length of the fixture wire and grounding
wire, then cut redundant wires down.
2. Separate the smooth wire and ridged wire about
three inches at the end of the fixture wire, and strip
about 3/8 inch of insulation from the end of smooth
wire and ridged wire.
3. Open the hardware package which is marked "For
Mini Chandelier".
4. Attach the nipple to the mounting strap, then secure it
with a washer and hex nut.
5. Attach the mounting strap to the outlet box by using
two mounting screws.
6. Choose the length of the chain you need, then weave
the fixture wire and the fixture grounding wire through
the chain. Then connect one end of the chain with the
loop by using the loop lock.
7. Secure the top loop to the nipple tightly.
8. Thread the fixture wire and fixture grounding wire
through the collar, canopy, top loop, nipple and
mounting strap.
9. Connect the other end of the chain with the top loop
by using the loop lock.
10. Pull out the outlet wires and fixture house grounding
wire from the outlet box. Make wire connections with
wire nuts:
---The smooth wire (marked) from the fixture to the
black wire from the power source.
---The ridged wire (unmarked) from the fixture to the
white wire from the power source.
---Attach the fixture grounding wire to the mounting
strap with the green grounding screw. Then connect
it to the house grounding wire with the wire nut.
Carefully put the wires back into the outlet box.
11. Attach the canopy to the mounting strap by inserting
the top loop, then secure it with the collar.
12. Attach the candle tubes and crystal caps onto the
sockets. Then install bulbs (not included). See
relamping label at socket area or packaging for
maximum allowed wattage.
13. Install the crystal drops as shown in diagram.
Note: To replace broken crystal drops -Open the pins
to remove the crystal drops, hook the new crystal drops,
and then close back pins. Avoid bending the pins into
sharp angle.
14. Turn on the power at the main fuse or circuit breaker
box.
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2
3
6 PCS
9 PCS
6 PCS
4
9 PCS
5
6
3 PCS
6 PCS
Note: Spare crystal drops are enclosed
in hardware bag.
Outlet Box
House Grounding Wire
Wire Nut
Hex Nut
Washer
Mounting Strap
Green Grounding Screw
Mounting Screw
Nipple
Canopy
Top Loop
Collar
Loop Lock
Fixture Grounding
Wire
Chain
Loop Lock
Fixture Wire
Loop
6
1
1
Crystal Cap
2
6
5
3
3
Candle
Tube
Socket
4
4
2
2