Troubleshooting If you experience low output, pump noise or no output at all, unplug immediately. Check fluid level, the external fuse, remote connection and main power supply. If all appear to be OK, plug the unit in again. If fog does not come out after holding the remote control button for 30 seconds, check the hose attached to the tank to make sure there is fluid going through the hose. If you are unable to determine the cause of the problem, do not simply continue to push the remote control button as this may damage the unit. Contact CHAUVET for servicing. Contact Chauvet USA Tecnical Assistance: 1-800-762-1084 (954) 929-1115 E-Mail email@example.com Caution • Never remove the Fluid tank from the unit as this will damage the fluid level sensors. • Never use any other type of liquid other than UNSCENTED water based fog fluid. • Use of any other fluids or additives will void the warrantee • Do not obstruct the nozzle. Fog output is very hot, avoid coming within 60cm (24") of the nozzle during operation. Never aim the nozzle directly at people or naked flames. • Danger of Burns. Keep out of reach of children. Do not leave machine unattended. • Output nozzle becomes very hot during operation (300oC). Keep flammable materials at least 50cm (20") away from the nozzle. • Always allow the fogger to cool down before cleaning or servicing. • Never drink fog liquid. If its ingested, call a doctor immediately. If fog fluid comes into contact with skin or eyes, rinse thoroughly with water. • Beware of condensation around the nozzle. Consider carefully when mounting. • All fog machines may splutter small amounts of fog occasionally during operation and for a minute or so after being turned off. • Never place the fog machine on any flammable material (i.e. carpet, fabric etc.) during operation. All fog machines generate a considerable amount of heat. When placed on the floor, fog machines should always be placed on a non-flammable surface such as concrete or tile. • Depending on the amount of fog generated, all fog machines may set off smoke detectors. Fog Machine F-1050 Power Connections The unit is supplied with a power plug appropriate to its voltage and destination. Should any other connections be required they must be carried out with the following configuration. Earth = Green/Yellow cable Neutral = Blue cable Live = Brown cable In the USA & Europe, it is required that all plugs are 3-pin type i.e. with Earth/Ground connection. In the UK, it is required that all mains plugs are fitted with 5A fuses. Technical Specifications Please read these instructions carefully before use World-wide Headquarters: Power Input: AC 120V 60 Hz or 230V 50 Hz Fog Output: 5000 Cubic Feet per Minute Tank Capacity: 1.0 Liter Dim: 18.1 x 5.2 x 8 in 460 x 132 x 203mm User Informtion User Guide Heater: Fuse: Weight: 1000 Watts 10A 125V or 5A 250V 7.7 lbs / 3.5 Kg 3000 North 29th Ct. Hollywood, Florida, USA 33020 Tel: +1-954-929-1115 Fax: +1-954-929-5560 (Please complete for your records) Date Purchased: www.ChauvetLighting.com / / Serial No: ________________ touching. Dealer Stamp On the Rear • Remote Control and Cable • Socket for Remote Control • On/Off Switch • Power Cord Socket and Fuse holder Model: F-1050 Fog Machine • Fog Fluid Tank · · Never use any other type of liquid other than UNSCENTED water based fog fluid. Use of any other fluids or additives will void the warranty. • Eyebolt for Safety Cable • Manual Fog Button • Ready to Fog Lamp • Fluid Level Indicator • Fog Output Nozzle Controlling the F-1050 1. The F-1050 has a fog button located on the top of the unit. 2. Wired remote - Remove the thumb screws holding the controller in place and lift out of the well. Plug the controller into the back of the F-1050. When the unit is ready to fog the red light will come on. Press the green button to activate the fogger. 3. FC-4 Timer remote (optional) 4. FC-5 Wireless remote (optional) 5. DMX-3F DMX Adapter (Optional) Installation / Mounting Introduction Congratulations on the purchase of your new CHAUVET fog machine. We are confident you will enjoy many trouble free hours with this unit. To assist with the care and use of the product we have prepared this short guide. Operation The fogger must be used in a horizontal position sitting on a level surface or it may be mounted using the bracket provided. Ensuring that the fog is not shooting directly at anyone's face. Whatever method of installation you choose, the fogger must not have more than a 15 degree angle of inclination. We always suggest that for safety purposes use of a suitable hanging clamp and safety cable is essential. CHAUVET offers a range of items, which are ideal for safe mounting. Replacing Fuses If the unit does not function at all when connected to the main power supply then it is highly likely that the fuse has blown. Disconnect from main power supply before attempting to replace the fuse. Before connecting this unit to the mains power supply for the first time you must first fill the fluid tank with fog fluid and check that the nozzle is clean and unobstructed. This fog machine has been designed to function on a mains power supply of either 120V~60Hz or 230V~50Hz and has been fitted with a suitable power plug for use with your local voltage. Check the label on the unit and the power plug for the correct voltage. Place the machine on a level surface and loosen the cap of the fluid tank to fill with quality unscented water based fog fluid. We recommend use of CHAUVET fog fluid as it has been specially formulated for use with CHAUVET foggers. Plug the remote control unit into the socket at the rear and switch on to allow time to preheat. The remote control will be found at the rear of the unit. Simply remove the two thumb screws and remove from the unit. The cable is stored in the well.Once the machine has reached temperature and is ready to operate the red light on the unit and the remote control will illuminate. Push the button on the unit or the remote control when lit and hold for prolonged bursts of fog. Always monitor fog fluid level as running the machine with no fluid could cause permanent damage. The F-1050 has L.E.D.’s on the front of the unit to monitor the level of fluid. The green L.E.D.’s will light when there is sufficient fluid. The red L.E.D.’s will flash when the fluid needs replenishing. In order to increase the life of the F-1050, the unit will not fog when the red L.E.D.’s are flashing. This feature of Chauvet’s will protect the heater and pump from functioning without fluid. Please do not touch or place anything in close proximity to the nozzle during operation or preheat as there is a danger of burns. It is normal for your fogger to have a recycling period after long bursts when the unit will shut itself down for a short period in order to heat up to temperature. During this time no fog can be produced. The red light on the unit and the remote will illuminate when the unit is ready for action again. Due to the high operating temperature of fog machines it is advised that the effect be used in well ventilated areas taking care not to obstruct the air vents. After use, allow time to 'cool' for safety before moving or In order to replace the fuse, disconnect from the main power supply first, and then remove the fuseholder cover to reveal the fuse. The unit has a label attached which indicates the correct fuse rating and you will also find this listed as part of the specifications for the unit later in this guide. It is most important that replacement fuses are of the correct rating. Failure to use the correct fuse could damage the lighting effect beyond economic repair. The fuse should simply be placed inside the holder and thecover replaced. When this is done connect to the main power supply to check. If the unit is still not working then please contact CHAUVET. Cleaning Cleaning your fog machine regularly will help reduce costly parts replacement and repair charges. After every 40 hours of continuous operation or when the machine will be idle for a long time it is recommended to run a cleaning solution composed of 80% distilled water and 20% white vinegar through the system to prevent the accumulation of particles in the heating element. 1. While unit is unplugged and cool, unscrew nozzle at very front of unit (fig.1) and clean out debris with white vinegar and a pipe cleaner, making sure that the hole is free and unobstructed. 2. Empty all fog fluid from the machine and replace with cleaning solution in the tank. Plug unit in and allow to warm as usual. 3. Run unit in a well ventilated area until tank is empty. 4. Replace nozzle. 5. Cleaning is now complete. Unplug and refill with a quality water based fog fluid once cool. All fog machines are prone to clogging due to the consistency of fog fluid and the high temperatures at which it vaporizes. However a well maintained machine should provide years of reliable use. The body of the unit may be cleaned with a dry cloth. Store dry. Maintenance & Servicing Work on internal parts should be carried out by a qualified technician. Removal of any covers is considered a breach of warranty and will not be covered under any such agreement unless authorized first by CHAUVET.