LARALYN CEILING FAN VENTILADOR DE TECHO LARALYN

LARALYN CEILING FAN VENTILADOR DE TECHO LARALYN
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MODELO UL #LRN32
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LARALYN CEILING FAN
MODEL #00882
UL MODEL #LRN32
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Safety Information.................................................................................................................... 3
Package Contents.................................................................................................................... 4
Hardware Contents...................................................................................................................5
Preparation .............................................................................................................................. 5
Initial Installation .......................................................................................................................6
Downrod-Style Fan Mounting ...................................................................................................7
Closemount-Style Fan Mounting...............................................................................................9
SAFETY INFORMATION
READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
Please read and understand this entire manual before attempting to assemble, operate or install
the product.
• When using an existing outlet box, be sure the box is securely attached to the building structure
and can support the full weight of the fan, so as to avoid potential serious injury or death.
• All wiring must be in accordance with the National Electrical Code “ANSI/NFPA 70-1999” and local
electrical codes.Electrical installation should be performed by a qualified licensed electrician.
• Do not use bulbs having a wattage greater than the maximum value stated on the fixture and in this
manual. Using a higher wattage bulb than specified will increase fixture temperature and cause risk
of fire. Disconnect the electrical supply circuit to the fan before installing light kit.
• Electrical diagrams are for reference only.
• Using a full range dimmer switch to control fan speed will cause aloud humming moise from fan. To
reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do NOT use a full range dimmer switch to control.
• The net weight of this fan including the light kit is: 13.11 lbs.
Wiring ....................................................................................................................................10
Final Installation.......................................................................................................................11
Operation Instructions ............................................................................................................ 17
Care and Maintenance .......................................................................................................... 17
Troubleshooting...................................................................................................................
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Warranty........................................................................................................................................18
Replacement Parts List...........................................................................................................18
WARNING
• ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD - To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not use this fan with any
solid-state speed control device.
• ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD - To reduce the risk of electric shock, make sure electricity has been
turned off at the circuit breaker or fuse box before beginning installation.
• PERSONAL INJURY HAZARD - To reduce the risk of injury to persons, install fan so that the blade
is at least 7 ft. above the floor.
• FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK OR PERSONAL INJURY HAZARD - To reduce the risk of fire, electric
shock, or personal injury, mount to outlet box marked “ACCEPTABLE FOR FAN SUPPORT OF 35
LBS OR LESS” and use mounting screws provided with the outlet box. Most outlet boxes commonly
used for the support of lighting fixtures are not acceptable for fan support and may need to be
replaced. Consult a qualified electrician if in doubt.
CAUTION
• PERSONAL INJURY HAZARD - Reduce the risk of personal injury, do not bend the blade brackets
when installing the brackets, balancing the blades, or cleaning the fan. Do not insert foreign objects
in between rotating fan blades.
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PACKAGE CONTENTS
HARDWARE CONTENTS (shown actual size)
AA
A
D
C
B
K
H
EE
L
PART
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
M
N
O
DESCRIPTION
Mounting Bracket (preassembled to Canopy (B))
Canopy
Canopy Cover (preassembled to Canopy (B))
Yoke Cover
Downrod
Blade Bracket
Blade
Motor Housing Assembly
Switch Housing
Light Kit (preassembled to Switch Housing (I))
Glass Bowl
Bulb
Bowl Cap (preassembled to Light Kit (J))
Finial (preassembled to Light Kit (J))
Mounting Screw (preassembled to Motor Housing
Assembly (H))
Fan Pull Chain
Extension
Qty. 1
(NOT TO SCALE)
Light Pull Chain
Extension
Qty. 1
(NOT TO SCALE)
QUANTITY
1
1
1
1
1
4
4
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
3
Blade Screw
Qty. 13
FF
GG
Blade Bracket
Screw with
Washer
Qty. 8
Rubber Gasket
Qty. 1
(NOT TO SCALE)
PREPARATION
Before beginning assembly of product, make sure all parts are present. Compare parts with
package contents list and hardware contents list. If any part is missing or damaged, do not attempt
to assemble the product.
Estimated Assembly Time: 45 minutes
Tools Required for Assembly (not included): Phillips screwdriver, step ladder, electrical tape, pliers,
wire cutters, wire strippers.
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Plastic Plug
Qty. 1
K
J
I
DD
F
E
Wire
Connector
Qty.4
G
CC
BB
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INITIAL INSTALLATION
INITIAL INSTALLATION
1. Determine mounting method to use:
A-Downrod Mount (standard or angled ceiling)
B-Closemount (standard ceiling only)
4. Install the mounting bracket (A) to the outlet box (not
included), sliding the mounting bracket (A) over the two
outlet box screws (not included). Securely tighten the
two outlet box screws.
1
Important: If using the angle mount, check to make
sure the ceiling angle is not steeper than 20°.
A
IMPORTANT: If using the the angle mount, make sure
open end of mounting bracket (A) is installed facing the
ceiling.
C
Depending on the mounting method (A or B) chosen
in Step 1, either refer below for “Downrod-Style
Mounting” or proceed to page 9 for “ClosemountStyle Mounting”.
B
2. Remove three mounting screws (O) from the underside
of the motor housing assembly (H). Discard the
preassembled motor blocks and the mounting screws
(O).
Mounting Screw
A
DOWNROD-STYLE FAN MOUNTING
2
1. Remove preassembled pin and clip from downrod
(E) and save.
1
O
Hardware Used
O
Outlet box
4
x3
E
Clip
H
Pin
3. Remove the two non-slotted screws on canopy (B)
and save, then loosen the two slotted screws. Remove
mounting bracket (A) from canopy (B).
3
Loosen but do
not remove
Remove
and save
2. Insert downrod (E) through canopy (B), canopy cover
(C), and yoke cover (D). Thread wires from the motor
housing assembly (H) through downrod (E).
2
E
B
C
A
D
B
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DOWNROD-STYLE FAN MOUNTING
CLOSEMOUNT-STYLE FAN MOUNTING
3. Loosen preassembled set screws from the yoke on
motor housing assembly (H). Slip downrod (E) into yoke,
aligning holes on both parts. Insert previously removed
pin through holes on yoke and downrod (E), then insert
previously removed clip into the pin until it snaps into
place.
1. Remove the canopy cover (C) from the bottom of the
canopy (B).
3
1
E
B
Clip
Pin
H
Set screw
C
2. Remove every other screw from the top of motor
housing assembly (H) and save.
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4. Tighten set screws. Slide the yoke cover (D) down over
the motor housing assembly (H).
H
D
Set screw
3. Place rubber gasket (GG) over remaining screws.
Pull wires through hole in canopy (B) and attach
canopy (B) to motor housing assembly (H).
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5. Install hanger ball on the top of downrod (E) into
mounting bracket (A) opening. Rotate fan until slot on
hanger ball engages the tab on the mounting bracket
(A).
E
Slot
Warning: Be careful when aligning the tab to the slot.
If not fully engaged, there is a possibility of the fan falling,
which may result in serious injury or death.
Proceed to the WIRING section on page 10.
Tab
3
B
A
GG
Hardware Used
GG
Rubber Gasket
x1
H
B
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CLOSEMOUNT-STYLE FAN MOUNTING
WIRING
4. Align mounting holes on canopy (B) with holes on motor
housing assembly (H) and fasten using three previously
removed screws. Securely tighten screws.
4
B
H
JJ
2. Tape the wire connectors (AA) and wires together. The
wires should be spread apart with the grounded
conductor and the equipment-grounding conductor on
one side of the outlet box and the ungrounded conductor
on the other side of the outlet box. Be sure no bare wire
or wire strands are visible after making connection. Place
green and white connections on opposite side of box from
the black and blue connections. The splices should be
turned upward and pushed carefully up into the outlet
box.
Hardware Used
AA
5. Hang the fan on the hook on the mounting bracket (A)
using one of the non-slotted holes in the canopy (B).
5
Wire connector
2
x4
AA
FINAL INSTALLATION
If you chose “Downrod-Style Mounting,” continue to Step 1. Proceed to Steps 2-3 if you chose
“Closemount-Style Mounting.”
Hook
1. Directly align the locking slots of the canopy (B) with the
preassembled screws in the mounting bracket (A). Push
up to engage the slots, then turn clockwise to lock in
place. Immediately tighten the two screws firmly. Install
the non-slotted screws previously removed (Step 3,
page 6) to canopy (B) and tighten securely.
A
1
Outlet box
Screws
B
Proceed to Step 4.
B
WIRING
Supply circuit
black
white
1
Grounded/Green
White
Note: Black wire is hot power for fan. Blue wire is
hot power for light kit. White wire is common for fan Black
Black
and light kit. Green wire is grounded wire.
If house wires are different colors than referred to
Blue
above, stop immediately. A professional electrician is
recommended to determine proper wiring.
White
blue
black
white
green
1. Connect the BLACK and BLUE wires from fan to
the house BLACK wire. Connect the WHITE wire
from fan to the house WHITE wire. Connect all
GROUNDED (GREEN) wires together from fan to
the house GREEN/GROUNDED wire.
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outlet box
Outlet box
Screws
GREEN/
GROUNDED
2. Remove the fan from the hook on the mounting bracket
(A). Align the locking slots of the canopy (B) with the two
screws in the mounting bracket (A). Push up to engage
the slots, then turn clockwise to lock in place. Immediately
tighten the two screws firmly.
Grounded/
Green
Locking
slots
Hook
B
speed
switch
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FINAL INSTALLATION
FINAL INSTALLATION
3. Install the non-slotted screws previously removed (Step
3, page 6) to canopy (B) and tighten securely.
3
Outlet box
6. Remove the preassembled screws from the switch
housing cover on motor housing assembly (H).
Screw
6
H
If using fan WITH the light kit, continue to Step 7,
If using fan WITHOUT the light kit, proceed to Step 14.
4. Attach a blade (G) to a blade bracket (F) using the blade
screws (EE). Tighten each blade screw (EE) securely.
Repeat for the remaining blades (G).
Switch housing
cover
4
EE
7. If you want to use the light kit (J), connect the male plug
from the motor housing assembly (H) to the female plug
from the switch housing (I).
G
x 13
H
Male plug
5. Insert two blade bracket screws with washers (FF)
through one blade bracket (F), then attach blade bracket
(F) to the motor housing assembly (H). Tighten blade
bracket screw with washer (FF) securely.
Repeat for the remaining blades (F).
Female plug
I
F
5
H
8. Attach the switch housing (I) to the switch housing
cover on motor housing assembly (H). Align holes in
switch housing (I) with holes on outer edge of the switch
housing cover. Install the previously removed screws
(Step 6, page 13) and tighten securely.
Hardware Used
FF Blade Bracket Screw with
Washer
7
Warning
should be turned off prior to the removal of the light kit.
Hardware Used
EE Blade Screw
Screw
8
H
Switch housing
cover
x8
FF
I
F
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FINAL INSTALLATION
FINAL INSTALLATION
9. Install bulbs (L) into sockets.
Note: This fan has an energy-saving wattage limiter
included. If you replace the candelabra-base bulbs with
over 190 watts, the light will automatically turn off. Please
ensure the bulb wattage is always below 190 watts.
12. Place previously removed rubber washer and hex nut
(Step 10, page 14) onto the pipe and securely tighten.
Pass fan pull chain through side hole on bowl cap (M),
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securely tighten.
L
Hex nut
Rubber washer
M
N
10. Remove the preassembled rubber washer, hex nut,
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13. Attach fan pull chain extension (BB) and light kit pull
chain extension (CC) to corresponding chains.
Assembly is now complete.
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Hardware Used
11. Place glass bowl (K) on the preassembled pipe on light
kit (J)
pull chain through side hole on glass bowl (K). Make
sure pull chain hangs clear and is not tangled in light kit
(J) socket. Thread light kit pull chain through center
hole on glass bowl (K).
J
Rubber washer
Hex nut
N
M
BB Fan Pull Chain Extension
x1
CC Light Pull Chain Extension
x1
CC
14. If you do not want to use the light kit (J), remove the
two connectors from the light kit (J), then remove the
preassembled hex nut and switch housing (I) from the
light kit (J).
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14
BB
Hex nut
Connectors
I
Note: Two people are recommended for this step.
J
K
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OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
1. PULL CHAIN:
(1). The fan pull chain is for motor speed control: High, Medium, Low and Off. Pull the chain once
for each position.
FINAL INSTALLATION
15. Insert the plastic plug (DD) into the center hole in the
switch housing (I).
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2. REVERSE SWITCH:
When the season changes, you may want to change the direction the fan spins. To switch
I
Hardware Used
DD
Plastic Plug
NOTE: Wait for fan to stop before reversing switch.
which cools the air. Push the switch LEFT and see a Sun icon.
x1
DD
moves hot air from the ceiling into the room. Push the switch RIGHT and
Sun icon
Snowflake icon
CARE AND MAINTENANCE
16. Attach switch housing (I) to switch housing cover on
motor housing assembly (H). Align switch housing (I)
holes with switch housing cover holes. Install the
previously removed screws (Step 6, page 13) and
tighten securely.
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H
Switch
housing
cover
17. Add fan pull chain extension (BB) to corresponding
chain.
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Hardware Used
BB Fan Pull Chain Extension
x1
• Important: Shut off main power supply before beginning any maintenance.
• Do not use water or detergents when cleaning the fan or fan blades. A dry dust cloth or lightly
dampened cloth will be suitable for most cleaning.
blades with a lint-free cloth. You may occasionally apply a light coat of furniture polish to blades for
added protection.
• At least twice each year, tighten all screws and lower canopy to check mounting bracket screws
and downrod assembly.
• Bulb Replacement: Use two 60-watt max. type A15 candelabra-base bulbs.
TROUBLESHOOTING
I
PROBLEM
Fan blades do not
move.
POSSIBLE CAUSE
1. Chain switch is “off”.
2. Faulty wire connection.
3. Reverse switch not engaged.
CORRECTIVE ACTION
1. Pull chain switch.
2. Turn power off. Loosen canopy;
check all connections.
Noisy operation.
1. Blades are loose.
2. Cracked blade.
3. Upapproved speed control.
1. Tighten all blade screws.
2. Replace blades (call customer
service).
3. Replace with an approved speed
control device.
Excessive wobbling. 1. Blades are loose.
2. Blade brackets incorrectly
attached.
3. Unbalanced blades.
4. Fan not securely mounted.
5. Fan too close to vaulted ceiling.
BB
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1. Tighten all blade screws.
2. Reinstall blade brackets.
3. Switch with blade from opposite side.
4. Turn power off. Carefully loosen
canopy; remount securely.
5. Lower fan or move it to another
location.
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WARRANTY
The manufacturer warrants this fan to be free from defects in workmanship and material present at
time of shipment from the factory for lifetime limited from the date of purchase. This warranty applies
only to the original purchaser. The manufacturer agrees to correct such defect at no charge or at our
option replace the ceiling fan with a comparable or superior model.
To obtain warranty service, present a copy of your sales receipt as proof of purchase. All cost of
removal and reinstallation are the expressed responsibility of the purchaser. Any damage to the
the manufacturer of the fan, are at the purchaser’s own responsibility. The manufacturer assumes no
responsibility whatsoever for fan installation during the lifetime limited warranty. Any service
performed by an unauthorized person will render the warranty invalid.
varying weather conditions. Any glass provided with this fan is not covered by the warranty.
date of purchase. For the balance of the warranty, call our customer service department at
1-866-439-9800 for return authorization and shipping instructions so that we may repair or replace
the ceiling fan. Any fan or parts returned improperly packaged is the sole responsibility of the
purchaser. There is no further expressed warranty. The manufacturer disclaims any and all implied
warranties.
The duration of any implied warranty which can not be disclaimed is limited to the lifetime limited
or special damages arising at or in connection with product use or performance except as may
rights which vary from state to state. This warranty supersedes all prior warranties.
Note: A small amount of “wobble” is normal and should not be considered a defect.
REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
For replacement parts, call our customer service department at 1-866-439-9800, 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.,
EST, Monday - Thursday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., EST, Friday.
PART
DESCRIPTION
F
Blade Bracket
G
Blade
K
Glass Bowl
PART #
104000-0317UT
108001-603977
991300-0546PL
K
G
F
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