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Instruction Manual for
UltraSlimline Floor Fan
Parts List
A FAN-Body
B BASE-Front
C BASE-Back
Model: 10187 (with remote-control)
Voltage: 120V AC
Frequency: 60 HZ
Current: 0.6 A
D Fan-Body SCREWS
E Base SCREWS
and CLIPS
F Remote Control
Fan Assembly
STEP 1
Remove the 4 SCREWS D from the center post
on the bottom of the FAN - body A .
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Fan Assembly
Control Panel
STEP 2
Turn the base upside down. Unscrew
the 2 base SCREWS and base CLIPS E
from posts on the BASE -back C .
Firmly snap the BASE-front B onto
the BASE-back C by aligning the four
holes onto the four posts. Replace
the SCREWS and CLIPS E so that the
clips wraps over the BASE-back C and
tighten.
STEP 3
Pass the Power Cord through the
center hole now in the center of the
BASE.
Align the BASE front with the FAN
front and insert the four posts on
the FAN body into the four holes on
the top of the BASE, it will only go
one way. Place the 4 SCREWS D into
the holes through the bottom of
the base and tighten securely.
Push buttons to activate features
ON/OFF: Turns fan ON & OFF
Speed Selection: Allows three different speed settings
Low
Medium
High
STEP 4
Run the power cord through the guide on
the bottom of the BASE-back by tucking the
cord under the tabs. Set fan upright
on the base and it is ready for use.
See further instructions on use, care and
safety.
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Timing Selection: There are 15 settings, in 1/2 hour
increments. Time increases with each push of the
button. 1/2 hour, 1 hour, 1-1/2, 2 hours etc. to a
maximum time setting of 7- 1/2 hours.
The LED Indicators on the control panel are marked
0.5h, 1h, 2h, 4h. (h for Hour) The sum of the lit LED’s is
the total time period.
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Control Panel
Selection of Wind: Allows for three different wind settings:
1. Normal Wind: The Normal wind mode is simply the Low,
Medium & High fan speed settings.
Control Panel
(2) Medium Natural Wind - The wind settings will repeat
the following 80 second wind cycle with Medium speed
being the most common.
2. Sleeping Wind: The Sleeping Wind allows you to set a speed
and that speed will gradually slow to Low. The air flows as an
evening breeze slowing to a light night breeze.
(1) Low Sleeping Wind - The air flow will remain at Low
speed.
(2) Medium Sleeping Wind - The air flow begins at Medium
speed for half an hour and then
drop to Low speed.
(3) High Natural Wind - The wind settings will repeat the
following 80 second wind cycle with high speed being the
most common.
(3) High Sleeping Wind - The air flow will remain on High
speed for half an hour, then drop
to Medium speed for half an hour,
and finally drop to Low speed.
3) Natural Wind: The natural wind mode automatically
selects wind speed randomly as you would find outdoors.
The speeds are graphically described below.
(1) Low Natural Wind – The wind settings will repeat the
following 80 second wind cycle with Low speed being
the most common.
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Oscillating Selection: This function starts & stops the
oscillation of the fan.
Controlling the Oscillation Angles: To change the wind
direction, place both hands on the fan and turn the fan body
to the left or right. There are 5 positions to choose from to
change the oscillation angle. To have the fan fully oscillate
left and right, have the fan in the third or center position.
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UltraSlimline Remote Control for Floor Fan
To use your remote, point the top end directly at the front of the fan aiming
at the little window just below the control panel on the top of the fan.
Functions:
Power Button -Turns fan ON & OFF
Speed Mode - Changes wind speed
from Low (LO) to Medium (MED) to
High (HI).
Wind Mode - Changes the wind mode
from Normal wind to Natural wind to
Sleeping wind.
(1) Normal Wind is indicated by no icon
appearing in the upper left hand corner
of the display.
blinking
solid
(2) Natural Wind is indicated by a
blinking triangle icon appearing in the
upper left hand corner of the display.
(3) Sleeping Wind is indicated by a solid
triangle icon appearing in the upper left
hand corner of the remote.
Timer - Changes the time, the fan is on from 0.5 hr up to a
max of 7.5 hr, in 0.5 hr increments.
Oscillation - Turns the fan oscillation ON or OFF
*The remote control operates on 2 AAA batteries (included).
*DO NOT MIX OLD AND NEW BATTERIES
*DO NOT MIX ALKALINE, STANDARD (CARBON-ZINC) OR
RECHARGEABLE (NICKEL-CADMIUM) BATTERIES.
Storage & Cleaning Instructions:
1) To clean your fan, first turn it OFF & unplug it.
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2) Use a soft cloth to wipe the housing. DO NOT use water, gasoline, polish, or any
chemical solution. Do NOT soak/immerse fan in water/liquid.
3) You can use a vacuum cleaner (narrow tube with the brush attachment) to clean
all intake and exhaust vents. This will remove dirt and lint that may accumulate over
time. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO TAKE APART FAN.
4) Store in a dry place away from excessive heat and direct sunlight.
Important Safety Instructions
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When using electrical appliances, basic precautions should always
be followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock and injury.
1. Use this fan only as directed in this manual. Non-recommended use may
cause fire, shock or injury.
2. This fan is intended for personal use INDOORS. It is NOT designed for
commercial, industrial or outdoor use.
3. Do NOT place fan in or near a window, to avoid contact with the outdoor
elements and to avoid exposure to direct sunlight. Rain may create an
electrical hazard. Do NOT immerse fan, plug or cord in water/liquid.
Do NOT spray with water/liquid. DO NOT use Fan outdoors.
4. Operate fan on a dry, level surface.
5. This appliance has a polarized plug (one blade is wider than the other).
This plug is designed to reduce the risk of shock by only fitting into a
polarized outlet one way. If the plug does not fully fit in an outlet, try
reversing the plug. If it still does not fit, contact a qualified electrician.
Do not attempt to defeat this safety feature.
6. A loose plug/outlet connection may cause overheating and distortion
of the plug. Contact a qualified electrician to replace a loose or worn outlet.
7. Always turn the fan off and unplug it when transporting it to another
location and before cleaning.
8. When disconnecting fan, turn it off, grip the plug firmly and pull it from
the wall outlet. Never pull it out by the cord.
9. Do NOT operate the fan if the cord or plug is damaged, the unit is
malfunctioning, has been dropped or is damaged in any way.
10. Do NOT operate your fan in the presence of flammable and/or explosive
fumes.
11. Do NOT place the fan or any of its parts near an open flame, cooking
appliance or heater.
12. Do NOT operate the fan if housing has been removed or damaged.
13. Avoid contact with fan’s moving parts.
14. Close supervision is necessary when operating fan near children.
15. Do NOT mount fan on a wall or hang it from the ceiling.
16. Use of attachments of any kind is NOT recommended.
17. WARNING: REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK – DO NOT USE
THIS FAN WITH ANY SOLID STATE SPEED CONTROL DEVICES.
Should you have any questions, comments or suggestions please contact us at:
Seville Classics Inc. Tel: (800)-323-5565 or (310)-533-3800 www.sevilleclassics.com
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