Emerson CF955WW 00 Fan User Manual

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MIDWAY ECO™
54” Ceiling Fan
Owner's Manual
Net Weight:
ENERGY STAR
22.7
Lbs.
Model No.
CF955BS 00
CF955ORB 00
CF955WW 00
LIMITED WARRANTY
What The Warranty Covers:
This warranty covers the motor and the other components and accessories of your Emerson ceiling fan against all defects in workmanship and materials.
You must be the original purchaser or user of the product to be covered.
What The Period Of Coverage Is:
As it applies to the motor, this warranty will last for thirty years from the date you purchased your ceiling fan. Repair and replacement of defective parts on
the light fixture housing or electronics (excluding the lamp) for two years from the date of purchase. All other components and accessories are
covered by this warranty for one year from the date you purchased your ceiling fan. ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE, MADE WITH RESPECT TO COMPONENTS AND ACCESSORIES IS ALSO LIMITED TO ONE YEAR.
What Will Emerson Electric Co. Do To Correct Problems:
Emerson will replace a defective Emerson Air Comfort Ceiling Fan motor, blade, component or other accessory at no charge to you. If repair of the motor or
blades is not practical or possible within a reasonable time and no replacement can be provided, Emerson will refund the actual purchase price of your fan.
WE WILL SHIP THE REPAIRED PRODUCT OR REPLACEMENT TO YOU AT NO CHARGE, BUT YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL COSTS OF REMOVAL,
REINSTALLATION AND SHIPPING OF THE PRODUCT TO EMERSON.
How Can You Get Service:
YOU MUST HAVE PROOF OF YOUR PURCHASE OF THE CEILING FAN TO OBTAIN LIMITED WARRANTY SERVICE. KEEP YOUR RECEIPT OR OTHER PROOF
OF PURCHASE. You can return the product to our factory or to your nearest authorized service center.
• To return the product to the factory, obtain a return authorization and service identification tag by writing to Air Comfort Products, Division of Emerson
Electric Co., 8100 W. Florissant Ave., St. Louis, MO 63136. Include all model numbers shown on the product with your request.
• To return the product to an authorized service center, call 1-800-654-3545 for the address of the nearest authorized service center. You will be
responsible for all insurance, freight or other transportation charges to our factory or authorized service center. Your Emerson Air Comfort Ceiling Fan
should be properly packed to avoid damage in transit since we will not be responsible for any such damage.
What Is Not Covered:
The glass globes and light bulbs of your ceiling fan are not covered by this warranty. This warranty also does not cover any defects, malfunctions or failures
caused by:
• Repairs by persons not authorized by Emerson Electric Co.,
• Use of parts or accessories not authorized by Emerson Electric Co.,
• Mishandling, improper installation, modifications or damage to your ceiling fan while in your possession, or
• Unreasonable use, misuse, abuse, including failing to do reasonable and necessary maintenance, and normal wear and tear.
Additionally, this warranty and any implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose are voided when:
• The original purchaser or user ceases to own the product, or
• The fan is moved from its original point of installation.
This warranty is only valid within the 50 states of the United States and the District of Columbia. No other written or oral warranties apply, and no employee,
agent, dealer or other person is authorized to give any warranties on behalf of Emerson Electric Co..
REPAIR, REPLACEMENT OR A REFUND ARE THE EXCLUSIVE REMEDIES AVAILABLE UNDER THIS WARRANTY AND EMERSON IS NOT RESPONSIBLE
FOR DAMAGES OF ANY KIND, INCLUDING INCIDENTAL AND CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. Incidental damages include but are not limited to such damages
as loss of time and loss of use. Consequential damages include but are not limited to the cost of repairing or replacing other property which was
damaged if this product does not work properly.
How State Law Relates To The Warranty:
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages so the above exclusion or limitation may not apply to you.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
Part No. F40BP73730000
Form No. BP7373
U.L. Model No.: CF955
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WARNING
WARNING: To avoid fire, shock, and serious personal injury, follow these instructions.
Safety Instructions
1. Read your owner’s manual carefully and keep it for future reference.
2. Before servicing or cleaning unit, switch power off at service panel and lock service panel disconnecting
means to prevent power from being switched on accidentally. When the service disconnecting means cannot
be locked, securely fasten a warning device, such as a tag, to the service panel.
3. Be careful of the fan and blades when cleaning, painting, or working near the fan. Always turn off the power to
the ceiling fan before servicing.
4. Do not put anything into the fan blades while they are turning.
5. Do not operate reversing switch until fan blades have come to a complete stop.
Additional Safety Instructions for Installation
1. To avoid possible shock, be sure electricity is turned off at the fuse box before wiring, and do not operate fan
without blades.
2. All wiring must be in accordance with the National Electrical Code “ANSI/NFPA 70-1999” and Local Electrical
Codes. Use the National Electrical Code if Local Codes do not exist. The ceiling fan must be grounded as a
precaution against possible electrical shock. Electrical installation should be made or approved by a licensed
electrician.
3. The outlet box and joist must be securely mounted and capable of reliably supporting at least 50 pounds. Use
only U.L. outlet boxes listed as “Acceptable for Fan Support”, and use the mounting screws provided with the
outlet box. Most outlet boxes commonly used for support of light fixtures are not acceptable for fan support
and may need to be replaced. Consult a qualified electrician if in doubt.
4. The downrod furnished with the fan proves the minimum recommended floor to fan blade clearance for an
8 foot ceiling.
5. The fan must be mounted with the fan blades at least 7 feet from the floor to prevent accidental contact with the
fan blades.
6. Follow the recommended instructions for the proper method of wiring your ceiling fan. If you do not know
enough about electrical wiring, have your fan installed by a licensed electrician.
NOTE: This fan is suitable for use with solid-state speed controls.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electrical shock, this fan should only be used with fan speed control,
Model No. FR-3801CK-01, manufactured by Rhine Electric Co., Ltd.
WARNING: This product is designed to use only those parts supplied with this product and/or any accessories
designated specifically for use this product by Emerson Electric Co. Substitution of parts or accessories not
designated for use with this product by Emerson could result in personal injury or property damage.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of personal injury, do not bend the blade flange when installing the blade flanges,
balancing the blades or cleaning the fan. Do not insert foreign objects in between rotating fan blades.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of electrical shock, this fan must be installed with a general use, isolating
control/switch.
DATE CODE:
The date code of this fan may be found on
the box, stamped in ink on a white label.
You should record this data above and keep
it in a safe place for future use.
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This Manual Is Designed to Make it as Easy as Possible for You to
Assemble, Install, Operate and Maintain Your Ceiling Fan
Tools Needed for Assembly
One Phillips head screwdriver
One 1/4” blade screwdriver
Three wire connectors (supplied)
One 3/16” hex wrench (supplied)
One stepladder
One wire stripper
Installed Wire Length
Up to 50 ft.
50-100 ft.
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MATERIALS
Wiring outlet box and box connectors must be of type
required by the local code. The minimum wire would
be a 3-conductor (2-wire with ground) of the following
size:
Wire Size A.W.G.
14
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WARNING
Before assembly your ceiling fan, refer to section on
proper method of wiring your fan (page 6). If you feel
you do not have enough wiring knowledge or
experience, have your fan installed by a licensed
electrician.
Unpacking Instructions
For your convenience, check-off boxes are provided next to each step. As each step is
completed, place a check mark in the box. This will insure that all steps have been
completed and will be helpful in finding your place should you be interrupted.
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WARNING
Do not install or use fan if any part is damaged or
missing. Call Toll-Free:
1-800-654-3545
WARNING
!
This product is designed to use only those parts
supplied with this product and/or any accessories
designated specifically for use with this product by
Emerson Electric Co. Substitution of parts or
accessories not designated for use with this product
by Emerson Electric Co. could result in personal
injury or property damage.
1. Check to see that you have received the following
parts:
NOTE: If you are uncertain of part description,
refer to exploded view illustration.
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
j.
k.
Fan motor assembly
One lower housing assembly
One ceiling cover
Five fan blades
One hanger ball/downrod assembly
One hanger bracket
One glass globe
One fan/light control
One coupler cover
Four 13-watt GU-24 fluorescent lamps
One loose parts bag containing:
1. Sixteen 3/16-24 x 1/2” slotted Phillips
washer head blade screws
2. Three wire connectors
3. Two 1-1/4" threaded studs
4. Two lockwashers
5. Two knurled knobs
6. One clevis pin
7. One hairpin clip
NOTE: Place the parts from the loose parts bags
in a small container to keep them from being lost.
If any parts are missing, contact your local retailer
or catalog outlet for replacement before
proceeding.
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2. Remove the fan assembly from the protective
plastic bag. Place the fan assembly into the upper
foam pad with the top of the motor facing up.
The upper foam pad serves as a holder for the fan
during the first stages of assembly.
COUPLER
COVER
HANGER
BRACKET
FAN
ASSEMBLY
HANGER BALL/
DOWNROD
ASSEMBLY
CEILING
COVER
GLASS
BOWL
LOOSE
PARTS
BAG
13W GU-24
FLOURESCENT
LAMPS
LOWER
HOUSING
ASSEMBLY
3
4
1
6
2
5
FAN/LIGHT
CONTROL
FAN BLADES
U.L. Model No.: CF955
How to Put Your Ceiling Fan Together
1. Remove the hanger ball by loosening the setscrew
in the hanger ball until the ball falls freely down the
downrod (Figure 1). Remove the clevis pin from the
downrod, then remove the hanger ball. Retain the
pin and hanger ball for reinstallation in step 5.
4. Make sure the grommet is properly installed in the
coupling cover then slide the coupler cover on the
downrod until it rests on the motor housing. Place
the ceiling cover over the downrod. Be sure both
the ceiling cover and the coupler cover are
oriented correctly (Figure 3).
PIN
HANGER
BALL
CEILING
COVER
SETSCREW
COUPLER
COVER
CLEVIS
PIN
DOWNROD
Figure 1
CLEVIS
PIN
HAIRPIN
CLIP
SETSCREW
MOTOR
COUPLING
2. Loosen setscrew in motor coupling if necessary.
Separate, untwist and unkink the three 80” motor
leads. Route the motor lead wires through the
downrod. Align the clevis pin holes in the downrod
with the holes in the motor coupling. Install the
clevis pin and secure with the hairpin clip (Figure
2). The clevis pin must go through the holes in the
motor coupling and the holes in the downrod. Be
sure to push the straight leg of the hairpin clip
through the hole near the end of the clevis pin until
the curved portion of the hairpin clip snaps around
the clevis pin. The hairpin clip must be properly
installed to prevent the clevis pin from working
loose. Pull on the downrod to make sure the clevis
pin is properly installed.
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Figure 3
5. Reinstall the hanger ball (Figure 4) on the downrod
as follows. Route the motor leads through the
downrod. Position the pin through the two holes in
the downrod and align the ball so the pin is captured
in the groove in the top of the hanger ball. Pull the
hanger ball up tight against the pin and securely
tighten the setscrew in the hanger ball. A loose
setscrew could create fan wobble.
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WARNING
It is critical that the pin in the hanger ball is properly
installed and the setscrew securely tightened.
Failure to verify that the pin and setscrew are
properly installed could result in the fan falling.
WARNING
It is critical that the clevis pin in the motor coupling
is properly installed and the setscrew securely
tightened. Failure to verify that the pin and setscrew
are properly installed (as shown in Figure 2) could
result in the fan falling.
PIN
HANGER
BALL
SETSCREW
DOWNROD
DOWNROD
CEILING COVER
HAIRPIN
CLIP
SETSCREW
Figure 4
6. The fan comes with blue, black and white leads
that are 80” long. Before installing fan, measure up
approximately 6 to 9-inches above top of hanger
ball/downrod assembly. Cut off excess leads and
strip back insulation 1/2-inch from end of leads.
CLEVIS PIN
Figure 2
MOTOR
COUPLING
7. Turn fan assembly upside down in preparation for
mounting fan blade assemblies.
3. While pulling up on the downrod, securely tighten
the setscrew in the motor coupling (Figure 3).
NOTE: The setscrew must be properly installed as
described above, or fan wobble could result.
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Electrical Requirements
8. To ensure proper blade assembly, make sure the
label on the blades are facing the bottom of the
ceiling fan. Slide blade through center slot in fan
housing. Mount blade to fan housing using three
3/16-24 x 1/2” slotted Phillips washer head blade
screws (Figure 5).
Your new ceiling fan will require a grounded electrical
supply line of 120 volts AC, 60 Hz, 15 amp circuit.
The outlet box must be securely anchored and
capable of withstanding a load of at least 50 pounds.
MOTOR
HUB
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BLADE SLOT
IN HOUSING
To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or personal
injury, mount fan to outlet box marked “Acceptable
for Fan Support”, and use screws supplied with
outlet box. Most outlet boxes commonly used for
support of light fixtures are not acceptable for fan
support and may need to be replaced. Consult a
qualified electrician if in doubt.
3/16-24 x 1/2" SLOTTED
PHILLIPS WASHER HEAD
BLADE SCREWS
FAN BLADE
If your fan is to replace an existing ceiling light fixture,
turn electricity off at the main fuse box at this time and
remove the existing light fixture.
LABEL
(LOCATED ON
BOTTOM OF BLADE)
Figure 5
NOTE: Take care not to scratch fan housing when
installing blades.
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10. Connect the terminals of the lower housing
assembly to the terminals of the fan motor
assembly (Figure 6).
LOWER
HOUSING
ASSEMBLY
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FAN MOTOR
ASSEMBLY
FUSE AND
FUSE HOLDER
How to Hang Your
Ceiling Fan
REMOVE
2 SCREWS
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CEILING
NOTE: Make sure wires and terminals are positioned
in raised center area of lower housing assembly,
and not pinched between fan and light kit.
AT LEAST
7'
LOWER
HOUSING
ASSEMBLY
Figure 7
WARNING
The fan must be hung with at least 7' of clearance
from floor to blades (Figure 8).
11. Attach the lower housing assembly to the fan motor
using the two key slot holes. (Figure 7). Secure the
lower housing assembly by tightening the two
screws. Reinstall the two screws that were removed.
SCREWS (2)
RAISED CENTER
AREA OF LIGHT
KIT HOUSING
WARNING
To avoid fire or shock, follow all wiring instructions
carefully.
Any electrical work not described in these
instructions should be done or approved by a
licensed electrician.
TERMINALS
Figure 6
WARNING
Turning off wall switch is not sufficient. To avoid
possible electrical shock, be sure electricity is
turned off at the main fuse box before wiring. All
wiring must be in accordance with National and
Local codes and the ceiling fan must be properly
grounded as a precaution against possible electrical
shock.
9. Remove two of the four screws in the motor
assembly and loosen the remaining two screws
(Figure 6).
LOOSEN
2 SCREWS
WARNING
Figure 8
FLOOR
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KEY
SLOT
HOLE (2)
WARNING
The outlet box and joist must be securely mounted
and capable of supporting at least 50 lbs. Use only a
U.L. outlet box listed as “Acceptable for Fan
Support”.
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How to Wire
Your Ceiling Fan
WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or personal
injury, mount fan to outlet box marked “Acceptable
for Fan Support”, and use screws supplied with
outlet box. Most outlet boxes commonly used for
support of light fixtures are not acceptable for fan
support and may need to be replaced. Consult a
qualified electrician if in doubt.
If you feel that you do not have enough electrical
wiring knowledge or experience, have your fan
installed by a licensed electrician.
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1. Securely attach the hanger bracket to the outlet
box using the two screws supplied with the outlet
box. (Figure 9.)
OUTLET
BOX
1. Connect the green grounding lead from the hanger
ball and the green grounding lead from the hanger
bracket to the grounding conductor of supply (this
may be a bare wire or wire with green colored
insulation). Securely connect wires with wire
connectors supplied. (Figure 11.)
HANGER
BRACKET
TWO SCREWS
SUPPLIED WITH
OUTLET BOX
TAB
Figure 9
SUPPLY
GROUND
WIRE
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WARNING
Hanger bracket must seat firmly against outlet box. If
the outlet box is recessed, remove wall board until
bracket contacts box. If bracket and/or outlet box are
not securely attached, the fan could wobble or fall.
2. Carefully lift the fan and seat the hanger ball/
downrod assembly on the hanger bracket that was
just attached to the outlet box (Figure 10). Be sure
the groove in the ball is lined up with tab on the
hanger bracket (Figure 9).
LISTED
WIRE
CONNECTOR (3)
WHITE SUPPLY
(NEUTRAL)
GREEN WIRE
(GROUND) FROM
HANGER BRACKET
WHITE FAN
WIRE
BLACK SUPPLY
(HOT)
NOTE: If you are using an Emerson Light Fixture
with your fan, see Light Fixture Owner’s Manual
for wiring.
2. Securely connect the fan motor white wire to the
supply white (neutral) wire using wire connector
supplied (Figure 11). Securely connect the fan
motor black wire and blue wire to the supply black
(hot) wire using wire connector supplied (Figure
11). After connections have been made, turn leads
upward and carefully push leads into the outlet
box, with the white and green leads on one side of
the outlet box and the black and blue leads on the
other side of the outlet box.
WARNING
OUTLET
BOX
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WARNING
Check to see that all connections are tight, including
ground, and that no bare wire is visible at the wire
connectors, except for the ground wire. Do not
operate fan until blades are in place. Noise and fan
damage could result.
HANGER
BRACKET
Figure 10
NOTE: CEILING COVER
OMITTED FOR CLARITY.
Figure 11
To avoid possible fire or shock, do not pinch wires
between the hanger ball/downrod assembly and
hanger bracket.
NOTE: CEILING COVER,
SUPPLY WIRES AND
FAN WIRES OMITTED
FOR CLARITY.
BLACK AND BLUE
FAN WIRES
GREEN WIRE
(GROUND) FROM
HANGER BALL
WARNING
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Failure to seat tab in groove could cause damage to
electrical wires and possible shock or fire hazard.
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WARNING
To avoid possible electrical shock, be sure electricity
is turned off at the main fuse box before wiring.
NOTE: If you are not sure if the outlet box is
grounded, contact a licensed electrician for advice,
as it must be grounded for safe operation.
3. Screw the two threaded studs (supplied) into the
tapped holes in the hanger bracket.
4. Lift the ceiling cover up to the threaded studs and
turn until studs protrude through the holes in the
ceiling cover (Figure 12).
HANGER BALL/
DOWNROD ASSEMBLY
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5. Secure the ceiling cover in place by sliding
lockwashers over the threaded studs and installing
the two knurled knobs (supplied). (Figure 12.)
Tighten the knurled knobs securely until the ceiling
cover fits snugly against the ceiling and the hole in
the ceiling cover is clear of the downrod. Your fan
is now wired to be turned on and off from the fan
switch.
CEILING COVER
Preset Memory Feature
Your Emerson remote control receiver is equipped
with a preset memory feature. If the electrical supply
to the receiver is controlled through a wall switch,
when the switch is turned off, the control will
remember the light intensity and fan speed. When the
switch is turned back on, the light and fan will resume
operation as they were prior to the switch being
turned off.
Setting Remote Control
Operating Frequency
THREADED STUD
LOCKWASHERS (2)
KNURLED KNOB
Figure 12
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WARNING
To avoid possible fire or shock, make sure that the
electrical wires are completely inside the outlet box
and not pinched between the ceiling cover and the
ceiling.
Installing Lamps and
Glass Globe
1. Carefully position one of the GU24 fluorescent
bulbs (supplied) into the light fitter socket, aligning
the two pins on the bottom of the bulb into the
socket holes. Twist the bulb clockwise,
approximately 1/16 turn, to engage the bulb pins
into the light socket holes.
2. Install the remaining three GU24 fluorescent bulbs
in the same manner.
3. Place the glass bowl into the opening in the lower
housing assembly, aligning the three flat areas on
the top edge of the glass with the three raised
dimples on the lower housing assembly and turn
the glass bowl clockwise until it stops (Figure 13).
NOTE: periodically check that the glass bowl is
seated fully clockwise in the lower housing
assembly.
Your Emerson Remote Control Fan transmitter can be
set to operate at one of 16 different frequencies. In
most cases you will not need to change the factory
set frequency. The frequency should only need to be
changed for one of the following reasons:
a. Multiple fans in one location that you wish to
operate from one transmitter. (ALL fans should be
set at the same frequency.)
NOTE: Your Emerson Remote Control is designed
to operate from a distance up to 20 feet from the
fan. If you are operating multiple fans with one
transmitter you should be no more than 20 feet
from any of the fans to ensure that all fans will
respond at the same time.
b. Multiple fans in one location that you wish to
operate from different transmitters. (ALL fans set to
different frequencies.)
c. Interference with other household systems such as
your garage door opener.
Setting Transmitter Frequency
1. Remove battery cover from the transmitter. Locate
the switch with four levers numbered 1, 2, 3, 4, just
above the battery compartment (See Figure 14).
2. With a narrow blade screwdriver, change the
position of one or more of the four levers on the
switch. Note the positions of each of the four levers
by number; down is OFF, up is ON.
3. Install the supplied 12V battery into the transmitter
with the + and - terminals are positioned according
to the diagram in the battery compartment.
Replacement batteries for transmitter:
12V batteries recommended are Duracell MN21,
Eveready A23, and GP23A.
REMOTE CONTROL
TRANSMITTER
SWITCH
LEVERS
ON
1 2 3 4
SE
T
CODE SWITCH
2
3
ON
4
RAISED DIMPLES OF
LIGHT KIT HOUSING
1
FLOURESCENT
LAMP PLUG (4)
FLAT AREA
OF GLASS BOWL
CODE SWITCH
BATTERY
Figure 13
7 Figure 14
BATTERY COVER
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Operation of Your
Remote Control
Programming the Ceiling Fan
Receiver
1. Restore electrical power to the outlet box by turning
the electricity on at the main fuse box.
2. Flip the wall switch to the ON position to supply
electricity to the outlet box circuit.
3. Press and hold the “SET” button on the back of the
transmitter for five seconds. The fan lights will turn
on or flash to indicate the programming procedure
has been successfully completed (Figure 15).
4. If the fan does not respond, select a new code
switch setting and repeat steps 4 - 5.
5. Programming is now complete, re-install the cover
onto the back of the transmitter.
NOTE: The ceiling fan receiver will not respond to
transmitter commands if the transmitter’s
frequency switch settings are changed without
reprogramming the receiver. Program the
receiver to the new frequency by repeating Steps
1 - 5 of “Programming the Ceiling Fan Receiver”
section.
IMPORTANT
Fan installation and programming of the
electronic controls must be completed, including
the installation of the fan blades, before testing of
the remote control.
Your remote control has full control of your fan and
lights.
1. To set the desired fan speed, press the 1, 2, 3, 4,
5, or 6 buttons to operate your fan on low to
highest speed (See Figure 16).
2. To turn your fan off, press the
button.
3. To change the airflow direction of the fan blades,
press the
button. The direction the fan blades
turn will change each time the
button is
pressed. Allow 15 seconds for the fan to reverse
direction.
4. To turn the light ON or OFF, press and release the
button. The light will turn ON at the light level
previously set (See Step 5).
5. To set the level of light brightness, press and hold
the
button. The light brightness will continue to
increase then decrease while the button is held
down. When the light is at the desired brightness,
release the button.
Red light turns on when any button is pressed.
If the light does not come on, replace the battery.
Replacement batteries for transmitter:
12V batteries recommended are Duracell MN21,
Eveready A23, and GP23A.
REMOTE CONTROL
TRANSMITTER
1
2
3
ON
4
SE
T
"SET" BUTTON
BATTERY COVER
Figure 15
OFF BUTTON
3
4
2
5
1
6
FAN SPEED BUTTONS
AIR FLOW
DIRECTION BUTTON
LIGHT LEVEL
BUTTON
Figure 16
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WARNING: FOR YOUR OWN SAFETY TURN OFF POWER AT FUSE BOX OR CIRCUIT BREAKER
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BEFORE TROUBLE SHOOTING YOUR FAN.
Trouble Shooting
TROUBLE
1. Fan will not start.
PROBABLE CAUSE
SUGGESTED REMEDY
1. Fuse or circuit breaker blown.
1. Check main and branch circuit fuses or circuit breakers.
2. Loose power line connections to the fan, or loose
switch wire connections in the switch housing.
2. Check line wire connections to fan and switch wire
connections in the switch housing.
3. The remote control transmitter battery needs
replacement.
3. Check that the remote transmitter battery is in good
condition; the red indicator will illuminate when the key
pad buttons are depressed.
1. Blades not attached to fan.
1. Attach blades to fan before operating.
2. Screws securing fan blade flanges to motor are
loose.
2. Check to make sure the screws which attach the fan
flanges to the motor are tight.
3. Screws holding blades to flanges are loose.
3. Tighten screws securely.
4. Glass bowl loose.
4. Tighten the glass bowl securely.
1. Setscrew in motor coupling is loose.
2. Setscrew in hanger ball/downrod assembly is
loose.
3. Screws securing fan blade flanges to motor are
loose.
1. Raise coupler cover and tighten the setscrew securely.
2. Tighten the setscrew in the hanger ball/downrod assembly.
4. Fan blade flanges not seated properly.
4. Check to be sure the fan blade flanges seat firmly and
uniformly to the surface of the motor. If flanges are
seated incorrectly, loosen the flange screws and retighten
according to the procedure in the section on "How to Put
Your Ceiling Fan Together".
5. Hanger bracket and/or ceiling outlet box is not
securely fastened.
5. Tighten the hanger bracket screws to the outlet box,
and/or secure outlet box.
6. Fan blades out of balance.
6. Interchanging an adjacent (side-by-side) blade pair can
redistribute the weight and result in smoother operation.
1. The remote control transmitter battery needs
replacement.
1. Replace the 12 V battery; recommended replacement
12V batteries are Duracell MN21, Eveready A23, and
GP23A.
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2. Fan sounds noisy.
3. Fan wobbles
excessively.
4. All four lamps will not
illuminate.
3. Check to be sure screws which attach the fan blade
flanges to the motor are tight.
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2. The 1.0 amp lamp fuse may have blown and
and needs replacement.
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WARNING: Make sure main power is turned off.
WARNING: Make sure main power is turned off.
2. Replace the 1.0 amp fuse with Emerson repair part
item 19. See page 5 and reverse the lower housing
installation instructions to gain access to the fuse holder.
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Accessories
Maintenance
1. Downrod Extension Kits (see store or catalog).
IMPORTANT CARE INSTRUCTIONS
for your Ceiling Fan
Periodic cleaning of your new ceiling fan is the only
maintenance that is needed.
!
The use of any other control not specifically
approved for this fan could result in fire, shock and
personal injury.
When cleaning, use only a soft brush or lint free cloth
to avoid scratching the finish.
Abrasive cleaning agents are not required and should
be avoided to prevent damage to finish.
!
!
WARNING
WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or personal
injury, mount fan to outlet box marked “Acceptable
for Fan Support”, and use screws supplied with
outlet box. Most outlet boxes commonly used for
support of light fixtures are not acceptable for fan
support and may need to be replaced. Consult a
qualified electrician if in doubt.
WARNING
Do not use water when cleaning your ceiling fan. It
could damage the motor or the blades and create the
possibility of an electrical shock.
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U.L. Model No.: CF955
Repair Parts
2
1
3
5
14
17
4
6
7
3
4
1
6
2
15
5
16
9
8
18
13
19
11
10
12
11
U.L. Model No.: CF955
Repair Parts Listing
Key
No.
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1
2
3
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4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
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Description
Hanger Ball Assembly,
Consisting of:
Hanger Bracket
Hanger Ball
Downrod
Parts Bag Containing:
Wire Connector (3)
Stud, Threaded, 1-1/4" (2)
Lockwashers (2)
Knob, Knurled (2)
Pin, Clevis
Clip, Hairpin
Screw, 3/16-24 x 1/2” (16)
Lower Housing Assembly
Glass Globe
Blade (set of 5)
Ceiling Cover
Coupler Cover
Fan/Light Control
GU-24 Fluorescent 13W Lamp
Receiver/Motor Control
Fuse, 1.0A, 120W
Owner's Manual
CF955BS 00
761655-17
Model Numbers
CF955ORB 00
761655-32
CF955WW 00
761655
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762029-2
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763746
762031
762375-3
761504-12
761860-3
763743
763747
763742
763744
BP7373
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762029-1
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763746-2
762031-1
762375-2
761504-20
761860-20
763743
763747
763742
763744
BP7373
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762029-2
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763746-1
762031
762375-1
761504-3
761860
763743
763747
763742
763744
BP7373
* Contact your nearest authorized Emerson fan dealer for replacement Fan/Light Control.
Before discarding packaging material, be certain all parts
have been removed.
HOW TO ORDER REPAIR PARTS
WHEN ORDERING REPAIR PARTS, ALWAYS GIVE THE
FOLLOWING INFORMATION:
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PART NUMBER
PART DESCRIPTION
NAME OF ITEM
MODEL NUMBER
The model number of your Fan will be found on a label attached to
the top housing.
For repair parts, phone 1-800-654-3545.
Air Comfort Products
DIVISION OF EMERSON ELECTRIC CO.
8100 W. Florissant • St. Louis, MO 63136
Form No. BP7373
Printed in China 11/08
Part No. F40BP73730000
U.L. Model No.: CF955