Installation Guide

Installation Guide
Installation Guide
S1
Installation Guide:
090512–May 2012
Rev. C
Model Number:
K3150-S1
S3150-S1
May be protected by one or more of the following patents:
Australian Registered Design No. 325331, 328015; U .S. Pat. Nos. D612476 and D614757; Malaysian Registered Design
No. MY09-00255-0101, MY09-00973-0101; and Singapore Registered Design No. D2008/951/E and D2009/235/G.
Haiku and the Haiku logo are trademarks of Delta T Corporation, registered in the United States and/
or other countries.
Thank you for buying the world’s most innovative fan. Please take a few moments to register your
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This product is sold by a plant whose
Management System is certified as
being in conformity with ISO 9001:2008.
4004784
4004783
Conforms to ANSI/UL STD 507
Certified to CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 113
This device complies with Part 15 of the
FCC Rules. This device complies with
Canada ICES-003, Class B.
Contents
INTRODUCTION
OPERATION
About Haiku
1 Technical specifications
Parts & hardware
2 Fan diagram
PREPARATION
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Powering the fan
Replacing remote battery
Changing fan speed
Sleep mode
Timer mode
Whoosh mode
10 Fan mode indicators
Unpacking your fan
3 Determining fan location
Tools needed
TROUBLESHOOTING
11 General troubleshooting
INSTALLATION
4 Installing the airfoils
Installing the lower cover
5 Installing rubber bumpers
Attaching the mounting plate
6 Securing the safety cable
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Wiring the fan
Hanging the fan
Securing the wiring cover
MAINTENANCE
12 Annual maintenance
WARRANTY
13 Warranty policy
Wire color chart
8 Wiring diagram
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IMP O RTA N T S AF ETY I N ST RU CT IO N S
Read and save these instructions prior to installing and operating your Haiku. Retain
this installation guide for maintenance and troubleshooting information. If you have
further questions, contact Haiku Customer Service at www.haikufan.com/service.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, and serious bodily injury to persons, observe the
following:
• Installation work and electrical wiring must be done by qualified person(s) in accordance with all
applicable codes and standards.
• When cutting or drilling into ceiling, do not damage electrical wiring and other hidden utilities.
• Use this fan only in the manner intended by the manufacturer.
CAUTION: The installation of this fan must be in accordance with the requirements specified in this
installation manual and with any additional requirements set forth by the national electrical code (NEC),
ANSI/NFPA 70-2008, and all local codes. Code compliance is ultimately YOUR responsibility!
WARNING: If installing the fan in Australia, a licensed electrician must perform the electrical installation.
CAUTION: Exercise caution and common sense when powering the fan. Do not connect the fan to a
damaged power source. Do not attempt to resolve electrical malfunctions or failures on your own.
WARNING: The fan must be used with the supplied remote control. Other parts cannot be substituted.
CAUTION: When service or replacement of a component in the fan requires the removal or
disconnection of a safety device, the safety device must be reinstalled or remounted as previously
installed.
WARNING: Power must be disconnected before installation and servicing, cleaning, and other usermaintenance. Failure to disconnect power creates risk of fire, electric shock, and serious bodily injury.
CAUTION: The product warranty will not cover equipment damage or failure that is caused by
improper installation or operation.
CAUTION: The fan must be mounted a minimum of 7 ft (2.1 m) from the floor and 3 ft (1 m) from the
nearest wall. The ceiling should be stable with no shaking, high vibrations or heavy impacts.
WARNING: Do not install the fan in an environment that is excessively dusty, conductive, corrosive, or
gas-filled, is exposed to open flames (e.g., gas-burning stoves), is near strong chemicals or solvents, or
where there is excessive heat, shock, or vibration.
WARNING: Do not bend the airfoils when installing or servicing the fan. Do not insert foreign objects in
between the rotating fan airfoils.
CAUTION: This fan is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical,
sensory, or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given
supervision or instruction concerning the use of the fan by a person responsible for their safety.
Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the fan.
WARNING: Before installing or servicing the fan, ensure power is disconnected.
CAUTION: Haiku (K3150-S1) is rated for use in damp environments and can be operated indoors or
outdoors. Haiku Bamboo (S3150-S1) is not rated for damp environments and must be operated indoors
only.
CAUTION: The fan will begin rotating when power is applied.
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I N TR ODUC TI O N
Thank you for your Haiku purchase and congratulations on your selection of an elegant, efficient, and
cost-effective way to stay cool! We are proud to assure you that the fan you have chosen is backed
by extensive research, thorough testing, and quality manufacturing.
If you have any questions or comments, please contact Customer Service by visiting our Web site at
www.haikufan.com/service.
About Haiku
Haiku products are inspired by the seamless integration of natural forms and materials with the
latest technologies. Haiku fans consume up to 80% less energy than traditional ceiling fans and
maximize the sustainable use of global resources so you can now help save the planet in STYLE.
Backed by the engineering resources of Big Ass Fans, the fan of choice for smaller spaces that need
extraordinary air movement is crystal clear—it’s Haiku.
Technical specifications
Before assembling and installing your fan, review the technical specifications in the table below. A fan
diagram and parts list can be found on the following page.
Model
Model number
Fan diameter
Number of airfoils
Weight
Number of fan speeds
Operating voltage
Operating frequency
Full load amps
Wattage
Ambient operational temperature range
Operational humidity range
Status indication
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Haiku / Haiku Bamboo
K3150-S1 / S3150-S1
60 in. (1.5 m)
3
13.2 lb (6 kg)
6
100–240VAC 1Φ
50–60 Hz
0.363A
Max: 25 Watts
Min: 4 Watts
32°–104° F (0–40° C)
20–90% non-condensing
LED display
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Introduction (cont.)
Parts and hardware
If you are missing any parts or hardware required for the installation or operation of your Haiku, contact
Haiku Technical Service. Note: Drawings below are not to scale.
3
2
1
(2) Rubber
bumper
Mounting plate
4
6
5
(3) Airfoil
(2) Mounting bracket
Motor hub
Lower cover
Remote control*
Mounting
hardware
9
Wiring
hardware**
7
Airfoil
hardware
*The remote control holder and hardware are not shown.
8
(4) 6 mm Flat
washer
(4) 6 mm
Nylock nut
Safety cable
shackle*
(6) Airfoil grommet
(6) 5 mm
Lock washer
(6) M5 Airfoil
screw
(Haiku Bamboo only)
(2) Extension
tube screw cap
1
6
(4) Wire Nut
2
*Safety cable is not shown in diagram.
**Wiring is hardware not shown in diagram.
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7
5
8
4
9
6
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Pr e par at i o n
Before assembling and operating your fan, review the following tips and guidelines to ensure a safe
and easy installation, particularly the safety guidelines on page ii. If you have questions about any
aspect of the installation process, consult a structural engineer or electrical contractor or contact
Haiku Technical Service.
Unpacking the fan
As you remove the fan from its packaging, make sure you are not missing any components required
for assembly and operation. Refer to the fan diagram and the Parts and Hardware section for a list of
components. Do not discard the packaging! It will be used during the installation process. If you are
missing a part required for installation, contact Haiku Technical Service.
!
If you ordered multiple fans, be sure to keep the components of each fan together! Certain
fan components are not interchangeable.
Determining fan location
Consider the following guidelines as you decide where to install your Haiku:
• Do not mount the fan in an environment that is excessively dusty, conductive, corrosive, or gasfilled, near strong chemicals or solvents, or where there is excessive heat, shock, or vibration.
• Do not install the fan near open flames such as those from a gas stove.
• The ceiling should be stable with no high vibrations, shaking, or heavy impacts.
• Install the fan so that the airfoils are at least 2.4 m above the floor.
• Make sure the space around the fan has a clearance of at least 1 m from obstructions such as
cabinets, doors, lighting fixtures, etc.
• Make sure the space between the fan and ceiling is clear of any obstructions.
• Install the fan on a switched circuit so that you can turn off the fan using a wall switch in addition to
using the remote control.
No
Obstructions
1 m Min. to
Obstruction
2.4 m Min.
to Floor
Tools needed
You will need the following tools to install the fan:
• Ladder
• Hex key (provided)
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• Wire stripper
• Adjustable wrench
• #1 Phillips screwdriver
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I n s tal l at i o n
Review the safety guidelines. If you are not completely comfortable or have questions about any
aspect of the installation process, consult a structural engineer or electrical contractor or contact
Haiku Technical Service for assistance.
Step 1. Installing the airfoils
Position the fan upside-down on the provided foam work aid
located inside the packaging as shown on the right. Remove the
protective covering from the circuit board.
Moving clockwise around the fan, align each airfoil with a fan hub
tab and firmly press it into place. Make sure that the colored stickers
match the colors of the stickers on the attachment of the fan hub.
Loosely secure the airfoils with the provided (6) airfoil screws. Once
the airfoils are in position, fully tighten the screws to secure the
airfoils to the fan hub.
tip!
!
Visit www.haikufan.com to view installation videos illustrating the
airfoil installation process.
Be careful not to damage the circuit board while installing
airfoils!
Haiku Bamboo
!
When installing the Bamboo airfoils,
the edge of each airfoil should tuck
under the airfoil next to it.
Haiku
tip!
To ease airfoil installation, the (3) motor top screws can be loosened. Do not forget to retighten them!
Motor
top screw
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Installation (cont.)
Step 2. Installing the lower cover
With the fan still positioned upside-down on the work aid, remove the protective covering from the
bottom of the fan. With the fan still in the upside-down position, align the three tabs on the lower cover
with the three slots in the undersides of the airfoils and secure.
Haiku Bamboo
For Haiku Bamboo, simply snap the lower cover to the bottom of the fan hub.
Lower
Cover
Haiku
For Haiku, position the lower cover, and then place both hands flat on the cover and turn clockwise to lock
the lower cover into place.
Lower
Cover
Step 3. Installing rubber bumpers
Slide the rubber bumpers on the extension tube brackets as shown on the right.
Rubber
bumper
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Installation (cont.)
Step 4. Installing anchor bolts
Ensure wiring has been routed to the fan site. Drill four 8 mm holes. The hole depth should not
exceed 40 mm.
Drill one 14 mm hole (for safety anchor hook) in the pattern shown below. The hole depth should not
exceed 50 mm.
Remove any dust from the holes. Insert the (4) anchor bolts and (1) anchor hook into the pre-drilled
holes. Strike the heads of the anchor bolts with a hammer, ensuring the bolt sleeves are flush with the
ceiling surface. Make sure the anchor hook is fully tightenend.
08 mm
(Anchor Bolt)
40 mm
014 mm
(Anchor Hook)
100 mm
40 mm
Max
Anchor Bolt
50 mm
Max
Anchor Hook
Concrete Ceiling
80 mm
Step 5. Securing the mounting plate
Position the mounting plate on the (4) anchor bolts. Ensure
all anchor bolts are fully tightened to expand and lock the
anchors.
Safety
cable
Step 6. Securing the safety cable
Mounting
bracket
Attach one mounting bracket to the mounting plate, but do
not fully tighten. Raise the fan to the mounting bracket and
temporarily rest one rubber bumper in the space between
the bracket and plate to help support the fan while
securing the safety cable with the shackle.
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Installation (cont.)
CAUTION: Disconnect power to the fan location before wiring the fan!
Step 6. Wiring the fan
With the fan hanging from the safety cable, connect the fan wires to the ceiling wires by twisting the
ends together and securing them with a terminal strip. Refer to the wiring chart and diagram on the
following page to determine the wire connections. Test the connection by tugging on the wires. Install
the fan on a switched circuit so that you can turn off the fan using a wall switch in addition to using the remote
control.
Step 7. Hanging the fan
Raise the fan to mounting bracket, and then insert one
rubber bumper between the mounting plate and mounting
bracket.
Position the fan, and then secure it with the other mounting
bracket with the remaining mounting hardware. Tighten all
hardware.
!
Mounting
bracket
Be careful not to drop any hardware in the wiring
cover during installation!
Step 8. Securing the wiring cover
Slide the wiring cover into position, allowing about a 1/8” (3 mm) gap to the ceiling. Rotate the wiring
cover so that the mounting slots align with the screw holes. Secure the wiring cover screws on both
sides of the extension tube to hold the cover in position. Make sure that there are no wires visible.
Slide the wiring cover trim up the extension tube, aligning the tabs on the inside of the ring with the
slots on the bottom of the wiring cover. Twist clockwise to snap the wiring cover trim into position as
shown.
tip!
If there is not enough clearance between the wiring cover and ceiling, the screw can be moved to the lower
hole on the extension tube.
Wiring
cover
Wiring
cover trim
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Installation (cont.)
Wiring diagram
Ensure power is disconnected before installing the fan!
WARNING: Do not connect the fan to a damaged power source! Do not attempt to resolve electrical failures
on your own. Consult a qualified electrician if uncertain of the electrical installation of this fan.
Wire color chart
50/60 Hz Compatible
AC Line (L1)
AC Line/Neutral (L2/N)
Fan Power Supply
Wire Color
Brown
Blue
Southeast Asia
220-240V System
Brown, Black, or Grey
Blue
Earth/PE
(connected to fan chassis)
Green with Yellow Tracer
Green with Yellow Tracer
PE / Earth Ground
AC Neutral / L2
AC Hot / L1
+12VDC, 30W
Power Supply
Brown
Blue
Green/Yel
Switched 100-240VAC 1Ф,
50-60Hz, 0.36A
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Op e r at i o n
Before using the Haiku remote control, remove the plastic tab in the battery tray.
!
The fan mode indicators are located on the bottom of the fan hub when
viewed from the floor.
Remote Front
Powering the fan
!
The fan will automatically restart at the last operating speed upon
connection to the power source!
Replacing the remote control battery
The Haiku remote control operates on a CR 2025 3V lithium battery. To
replace the battery, on the bottom of the remote, push the small tab to
the right while sliding the battery tray outward. Replace the battery, and
then close the battery tray. Recycle or dispose of the old battery properly.
3.4” (86 mm)
To turn the fan on or off, press the On/Off button on the fan remote. This
button can also be used to reset the fan’s speed. The remote must be pointing
toward the fan mode indicators to function properly.
Changing fan speed
Fan speed is increased or decreased by pressing the Up or Down
Speed button on the remote. Six fan speeds are available to
accommodate your comfort level. Note: Seven speed indicators appear
on the controller; however, only six are active on the fan.
1.2” (33 mm)
Remote Back
To change the fan speed, press a Speed button. The Up Speed button
increases fan speed; the Down Speed button decreases fan speed.
Press and hold a Speed button to step through the speeds automatically.
The fan mode indicators will illuminate and a short beep will be heard
until speed 6 (high) or 0 (off) is reached.
Sleep mode
Sleep mode reduces the fan speed by one increment every hour until
the lowest speed is reached. When the programmed time period ends,
the fan automatically turns off. Sleep mode is only active when Timer mode
is used.
To activate Sleep mode, set the fan speed and Timer mode, and then
press the Sleep button. The Sleep indicator will illuminate. To exit Sleep
mode, press the Sleep, Clear, or On/Off button.
Timer mode
In Timer mode, the fan runs at a set speed until the programmed time period ends. Note: Timer mode
is disabled if the fan speed is 0 (off) or if the fan is not running.
To set Timer mode, press the Timer button 1–7 times (once for each hour) to program the end time.
During adjustment, the fan mode indicators will flash, and then the Timer setting is displayed on the
speed indicator bar. To exit Timer mode, press the Clear button.
Whoosh mode
Whoosh mode simulates natural, relaxing breezes by automatically varying the fan speed in a quasisinusoidal pattern.
To activate Whoosh mode, set the desired maximum fan speed, and then press the Whoosh button.
The top Speed indicator will flash to indicate that Whoosh mode is active. To exit Whoosh mode, press
the Whoosh, Speed, or On/Off button once.
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Operation (cont.)
Fan mode indicators
Each operating mode is indicated by a pattern on the fan mode indicator display, which is located on
the bottom of the fan and is visible from the floor. The display includes an LED (light emitting diode)
bar graph to indicate fan speed and Whoosh mode, and separate LEDs to indicate Timer mode and
Sleep mode.
All indicators automatically turn off approximately one minute after the last button is pressed to
minimize power consumption and prevent nuisance lighting at night. The indicators will display the
current speed setting by default.
tip!
The indicators can be reactivated by pressing any button on the remote control except the On/Off button. This
will not change the current operating setting.
Speed indicators
When the fan is running, the Speed indicator LEDs show the current fan speed (1–6). Whoosh mode
is indicated when the highest set speed indicator is flashing. When all indicators are simultaneously
flashing, Timer mode is active. Note: The controller shows seven speed indicators; however, only six
are active on the fan.
You can toggle the display from Speed mode to Timer mode by pressing the Timer button once. To
toggle from the Timer mode to Speed mode, simultaneously press the Speed button and Whoosh
button once. See the previous page for instructions on changing fan speed.
Sleep mode indicator
The Sleep LED indicates that Sleep mode is active. A flashing Sleep LED indicates that the Timer
mode is being adjusted. See the previous page for instructions on using Sleep mode.
Timer mode indicator
The Timer LED indicates that Timer mode is active. A flashing Timer LED indicates that the Timer
mode is being adjusted. See the previous page for instructions on using Timer mode.
6
sleep
5
4
3
2
1
10
timer
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Tro u b l e s h o o ting
WARNING: To avoid electric shock, remove power from the fan before servicing!
WARNING: Risk of fire, electric shock, or injury to persons during cleaning and servicing!
WARNING: Do not operate fan with missing or damaged components!
General troubleshooting
Some issues can be resolved before requesting service. Review the below troubleshooting tips
before contacting Haiku Customer Service for support.
Symptom
Possible Solution(s)
The fan will not start.
• Verify that supply power is adequate. Check your circuit
breaker or fuse and wall switch for functionality.
The fan is noisy during operation.
• Check all mounting and fan hardware. If loose, tighten.
• For Haiku Bamboo fans, remove the airfoil to ensure the
colored sticker matches the sticker on the fan hub. For
Haiku fans, remove the bottom cover and ensure the
colored sticker on the bottom of the airfoil matches the
sticker on the fan tab. If necessary, move the airfoils to
the matching hub attachment points.
The fan wobbles.
• Make sure that all mounting hardware is secure and
tight.
• Make sure that all the airfoils are aligned properly and
securely fastened to the fan hub.
• If an airfoil is damaged, contact Haiku Customer Service.
Note: Airfoils must be replaced as a set. Do not replace
individual airfoils.
• If you installed multiple fans, ensure the serial numbers
on the airfoils match the serial number on the fan hub.
• Make sure the airfoils are aligned properly.
The fan does not produce airflow.
The fan jerks upon startup.
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• Make sure the fan is rotating counterclockwise when
viewed from the floor.
• This is normal and may happen occasionally upon
startup. An initial slight jerking forward and backward
does not affect fan operation.
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M ai n t e n an c e
WARNING: Disconnect the fan from power before servicing!
Annual maintenance
Please take a few moments each year to perform the following preventative maintenance procedures
on your fan to ensure its safe and efficient operation. If you have any questions, require assistance
with your fan, or need replacement parts, contact Haiku Customer Service at www.haikufan.com/
service.
Note: Actual fan setup may differ from the illustration below.
• Check that the safety cable is properly installed by sliding the wiring cover and trim down the
extension tube, and then examining the safety cable and hardware.
• Make sure the mounting hardware is securely fastened.
• Make sure the hardware securing the airfoils to the fan hub is securely fastened.
• Dust the airfoils regularly. If the fan becomes dirty, clean it with a damp cloth and ordinary soap and
water. Do not use solvents, gasoline, or any other chemical cleaners! These may cause surface
distortion and damage to the fan.
• Make sure the wires are secure and the ground wire is securely connected.
Anchor
Hook
Wiring
cover
Safety
cable
Wiring
cover trim
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Airfoil
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Limited Lifetime Warranty
What this warranty covers
This Warranty covers the motor and other components of your Haiku ceiling fan against all defects in
workmanship and materials. You must be the original purchaser or user of the Product to be covered.
The Limited Lifetime Warranty is subject to all provisions, conditions, limitations, and exclusions
described within this document.
What is the period of coverage?
The Warranty Period commences on the date the Product is purchased. The Warranty Period for is two
(2) years for the motor, components, and accessories. Labor to repair the defect will be provided free
of charge at our service center in the first year. ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR SATISFACTORILY QUALITY, MADE WITH RESPECT TO
COMPONENTS AND ACCESSORIES IS ALSO LIMITED TO ONE YEAR.
What will we do?
During the Warranty Period, Big Ass Fan Company will, at its option and cost:
a) Repair or replace the affected component(s) of any defective product;
b) Repair or replace the defective product; or
c) Refund the price you paid for the product upon return of the product to Big Ass Fan Company,
shipping and insurance prepaid.
BIG ASS FAN COMPANY WILL SHIP THE REPAIRED PRODUCT OR REPLACEMENT TO YOU AT NO
CHARGE; HOWEVER, YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL COSTS OF REMOVAL, REINSTALLATION,
AND SHIPPING OF THE PRODUCT TO BIG ASS FAN COMPANY.
The foregoing constitutes your exclusive remedy and the limit of liability for Big Ass Fan Company, and
for any and all losses in connection with this product.
What steps are required to obtain warranty service?
YOU MUST HAVE PROOF OF PURCHASE OF THE CEILING FAN TO OBTAIN LIMITED WARRANTY
SERVICE. KEEP YOUR RECEIPT OR OTHER PROOF OF PURCHASE.
Contact Haiku Technical Service Department as soon as possible after the issue is discovered by
visiting our Web site at www.haikufan.com and submitting a Technical Support form, or calling
+65 6747 8857.
If the Haiku Technical Service Representative determines that the warranty claim may be valid and that
a replacement part is required, the Representative will process the claim and the replacement part will
be shipped to you. Included in the shipment of the replacement part will be any shipping labels and
documents needed to return the original part including a Return Materials Authorization (RMA) number.
You will be responsible for all shipping insurance, freight, or other transportation charges to our
service center. Your Haiku fan should be properly packed to avoid damage in transit since we will not
be responsible for such damage.
What is not covered?
This warranty does not cover any defects, malfunctions, or failures caused by:
a) Repairs by persons not authorized by Big Ass Fan Company;
b) Use of parts and accessories not authorized by Big Ass Fan Company;
c) Mishandling, improper installation, modifications, or damage to your ceiling fan while in your
possession; or
d) Unreasonable use, misuse, abuse, including failing to do reasonable and necessary maintenance,
and normal wear and tear.
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Limited Lifetime Warranty (cont.)
e) Any event beyond the control of Big Ass Fans and occurring after the Product is no longer in our
control.
Additionally, this warranty ceases to apply when:
a) The original purchaser or user ceases to own the product; or
b) The product 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 and
the 10 Canadian Provinces and Territories. No other written or oral warranties apply, and no employee,
agent, dealer, or other person is authorized to give any warranties on behalf of Big Ass Fan Company.
This warranty is only valid within Singapore and Malaysia. No other written or oral warranties apply,
and no employee, agent, dealer or other person is authorized to give any warranties on behalf of Big
Ass Fans.
REPAIR, REPLACEMENT OR A REFUND ARE THE EXCLUSIVE REMEDIES AVAILABLE UNDER THIS
WARRANTY AND BIG ASS FANS 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.
THIS WARRANTY IS EXPRESSLY IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED
OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR SATISFACTORY QUALITY,
AND OF ALL OTHER OBLIGATIONS AND LIABILITIES ON BIG ASS FAN COMPANY’S PART, AND
BIG ASS FAN COMPANY NEITHER ASSUMES NOR AUTHORIZES ANY PERSON TO ASSUME FOR
IT ANY OTHER LIABILITY IN CONNECTION WITH THE SALE OF THE PRODUCTS. NO OTHER
WARRANTY EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, WHETHER OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR
OF MERCHANTABILITY OR OF SATISFACTORY QUALITY OR OF ANY OTHER KIND, WHETHER
OR NOT SIMILAR IN NATURE TO ANY PREVIOUSLY SPECIFIED, SHALL EXIST WITH RESPECT TO
SUCH PRODUCTS, ALL SUCH WARRANTIES BEING HEREBY WAIVED BY CUSTOMER, UNLESS
SUCH WARRANTIES CANNOT BE EXCLUDED BY LAW. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHALL BIG
ASS FAN COMPANY BE LIABLE FOR ANY LOSS, DAMAGE, COST OF REPAIR, OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES OF ANY KIND IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE, SALE, OR REPAIR OF ANY PRODUCTS
PURCHASED FROM BIG ASS FAN COMPANY, UNLESS SUCH DAMAGES CANNOT BE EXCLUDED BY
LAW.
Big Ass Fan Company reserves the right to change this warranty at any time without advance notice.
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