Reiker Room Conditioner Lifetime Limited Warranty

Reiker Room Conditioner Lifetime Limited Warranty
Reiker Room Conditioner Lifetime Limited Warranty
Reiker Room Conditioner warrants the fan motor to be free from defects in workmanship
and material present at time of shipment from the factory for a lifetime after the date of
purchase by the original purchaser. Reiker Room Conditioner also warrants that all other fan
parts, excluding any glass or plexiglas blades, to be free from defects in workmanship and
material at the time of shipment from the factory for a period of one year after the date of
purchase by the original purchaser. We agree to correct such defects without charge or at our
option replace with a comparable or superior model if the product is returned to Reiker Room
Conditioner. To obtain warranty service, you must present a copy of the receipt as proof of
purchase. All costs of removing and reinstalling the product are your responsibility. Damage
to any part such as by accident or misuse or improper installation or by affixing any accesso-
ries is not covered by the warranty. Because of varying climatic conditions in the United
States, this warranty does not cover any changes in brass finish, including but not limited to
rusting, pitting, corroding, tarnishing, or peeling. Brass finishes of this type give their longest
useful life when protected from varying weather conditions. A certain amount of wobble is
normal and should not be considered as a defect . Servicing preformed by unauthorized
persons will render the warranty invalid. There 1s no other expressed warranty. Reiker Room
Conditioner hereby disclaims any and all warranties, including but not limited to, those of
merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose to the extent permitted by law. The
duration of any implied warranty, which cannot be disclaimed, is limited to the time period
as specified in the express warranty. Some states do not allow limitations on how long our
implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not imply to you. Reiker Room Condi-
tioner shall not be liable for incidental, consequential, or special damages arising out of
or in connection with product use or performance except as may otherwise be accorded by
law. Some states do not allow the exclusion of incidental or consequential damages, so the
above exclusion or limitation may not apply to you. This warranty gives specific legal
rights, and you may also have other rights, which vary from state to state. This warranty
supersedes all other warranties.
Lifetime Limited Warranty
Date Purchased
Store Purchased
Model No. RRC120035 (White)
RRC120040 (Bronze)
Serial No.
Vendor No.
UPC No. 836071000331
836071000409
UL Model No.:RRC120035 ECO RCU
RRC120040 ECO RCU
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Table of Contents
READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
To reduce the risk of electrical shock, insure electricity has been
shut off at the circuit breaker or fuse box before beginning.
All wiring must be in accordance with the National Electrical
Code and local electrical codes. Electrical installation should be
preformed by a qualified licensed electrician.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of electrical shock and fire, do not
use this room conditioner with any solid-state speed control device.
CAUTION: To reduce risk of personal injury, use only the screws
available with the outlet box.
The outlet box and support structure must be securely mounted
and capable of reliably supporting a minimum of 50 pounds.
Use only UL Listed outlet boxes marked "Acceptable for fan
support of 22.7 kgs (50 165) or less".
Remote Control Transmitter batteries should be changed every
three months or when transmitter low battery indicator illuminates.
WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire, electrical
shock or personal injury, Mount to outlet
box marked acceptable for ceiling fan
support and use screws provided with
the outlet box.
WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire, electrical
shock or personal injury, Mount to outlet
box marked acceptable for fan support
of 22.7 kgs (50 Ibs) or less and use screws
provided with the outlet box.
7. The room conditioner must be mounted with a minimum of
7 feet clearance from the trailing edge of the blades to the
floor.
8. Avoid placing objects in the path of the blades.
9. To avoid personal injury or damage to the room conditioner
and other items, be cautious when working around or cleaning
the room conditioner.
10. Do not use water or detergents when cleaning the room
conditioner or room conditioner blades. A dry dust cloth or
lightly dampened cloth will be suitable for cleaning.
11. After making electrical connections, spliced conductors should
be turned upward and pushed carefully up into outlet box.
The wires should be spread apart with the grounded conductor
and the equipment-grounding conductor on one side of the
outlet box.
12. Electrical diagrams are for reference only. Optional light kits
are expressly prohibited for use on the Reiker Room
Conditioner.
13. Do not stick objects into or through the protective screens
that are in front of the heating elements.
CAUTION
Ensure adequate circuit
protection available.
Safety Rules 1.
IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS (cont.)
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Read all instructions before using this Room Conditioner.
Do not use outdoors.
To disconnect Room Conditioner, turn controls to off, switch off at
circuit breaker, then remove Room Conditioner from mounting location.
Make sure to properly ground installation.
Do not insert or allow foreign objects to enter any ventilation or exhaust
opening as this may cause an electric shock or fire, or damage the Room
Conditioner.
To prevent a possible fire, do not block air intakes or exhaust in any
manner.
Room Conditioner has hot and arcing or sparking parts inside. Do not
use It in areas where gasoline, paint, or flammable liquids are used or
stored.
Use this Room Conditioner only as described in this manual. Any other
use not recommended by the manufacturer may cause fire, electric
shock, or injury to persons.
Installation 1s to be in accordance with the National Electrical Code,
ANSI/NFPA 70-1999 and local codes.
Keep combustible material such as curtain at least 3 feet from the hater
outlets.
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Unpack your Room Conditioner and check the contents. You should have the following items:
1. Slide on Mount Plate (inside canopy) 9. Compact Fluorescent Bulb A. Blade attachment hardware
2. Ball/Downrod Assembly 10. Remote Control Hand Unit & (16 washer head screws)
3. Canopy with Canopy Ring Attached Wall Mount B. Mounting Hardware (Locking Pin &
4. Motor Collar Cover 11. Batteries Hanger Pin)
5. Room Conditioner ECO Model and C. Close to ceiling mounting hardware
Pre-Attached Blade Brackets : | _ (1 Rubber Gasket )
6. Blades (5) This product is patent pending in D. Wire Nuts (3)
7 Glass Shade the United States and foreign E. Balancino ki
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8. Light Kit Mounting Bracket
Unpacking Your Room Conditioner 3.
Tools Required
Phillips screw driver, straight slot screw driver,
adjustable wrench, step ladder, and Wire cutters.
Mounting Options
If there isn’t an existing mounting box, then read
the following instructions. Disconnect the power
by removing fuses or turning off the circuit
breaker.
Secure the outlet box directly to the building
structure. Use appropriate fasteners and build-
ing materials. The outlet box and its support
must be able to fully support the moving
weight of the fan (at least 50 Ibs.). Do not use
plastic outlet boxes.
WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC
SHOCK, OR OTHER PERSONAL INJURY,
MOUNT FAN ONLY TO AN OUTLET BOX
MARKED OF 22.7 KGS (50 LBS) OR LESS
AND USE THE MOUNTING SCREWS PRO-
VIDED WITH THE OUTLET BOX. OUTLET
BOXES COMMONLY USED FOR THE
SUPPORT OF LIGHTING FIXTURES MAY
NOT BE ACCEPTABLE FOR FAN SUPPORT
AND MAY NEED TO BE REPLACED.
CONSULT A QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN IF IN
DOUBT.
Figures 1, 2, and 3 are examples of
different ways to mount the outlet box.
«—__ UL Listed
Fan Outlet Box
Figure 1
«— Provide Strong Support
Recessed CR Ceiling
Fan Outlet — —»
UL Listed Mounting
Box Plate
Figure 3
Note: You may need a longer down-rod to
maintain proper blade clearance when
installing on a steep, sloped ceiling. The
maximum angle available is 30 degrees.
If the canopy touches the down-rod,
remove the decorative canopy bottom
cover and turn the canopy 180 degree
before attaching the canopy to the
mounting plate.
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Fan Qutlet Box
Figure 2
5 Mount only to a UL Listed
Fan Brace and Box
Figure 4
4. Installing Your Room Conditioner
To hang your room conditioner where there
1s an existing fixture but no ceiling joist, you
may need an installation hanger bar as
shown in Figure 4.
Hanging the Room Conditioner ECO Model
REMEMBER to turn off the power. Follow the
steps below to hang your Room Conditioner
properly.
Estimated installation time:45 minutes.
NOTE: This Room Conditioner is supplied with
two types of hanging assemblies; the standard
installation using the downrod with ball and socket
mounting, and the “close to ceiling” mounting.
The “close to ceiling” mounting is recommended
in rooms with less than 8 foot ceilings or in areas
where additional space is desired from the floor
to the Room Conditioner blades. When using a
standard downrod installation, the distance from
the ceiling to the bottom of the Room Conditioner
blades will be approximately 14 inches. The
close to ceiling installation reduces the distance
from the ceiling to the bottom of the Room
Conditioner blades to approximately 8 inches.
Once you have decided which ceiling installation
you will use, proceed with the following
instructions. Where necessary, each section of the
instructions will note the different procedures to
follow for the two types of installation.
Standard Ceiling Mounting
1. Remove the canopy ring from the canopy by
turning the ring to the right until it unlocks
(Figure 5).
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2. Remove the mounting plate from the canopy
by loosening the four screws on the top of
the canopy. Remove the two non-slotted
screws. This will enable you to remove the
mounting plate (Figure 6) .
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3. Route the wires exiting the top of the Room
Conditioner through the canopy ring. Make
sure the slot openings are on top. Route the
wires through the canopy and then through
the ball/downrod assembly and collar
cover (Figure 7).
4. Loosen, but do not remove, the set screws
and nuts on the collar on the top of
the motor housing.
Pin in Locked
Position
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Ceiling
Canopy
Canopy
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Decorative
Motor Collar —.
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Screw ——. Motor
5. Align the holes at the bottom of the down
rod with holes on the collar on top of the
motor housing. Carefully insert the hanger
pin through the holes in the collar and the
down rod. Insert the locking pin through
the hole near the end of the hanger pin until
1t snaps into its locked position.
WARNING
FAILURE TO PROPERLY INSTALL LOCKING
PINAS IN STEP 5 COULD RESULT IN
ROOM CONDITIONER LOOSENING AND
POSSIBLY FALLING.
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6. Re-tighten the set screws and nuts on
the collar on the top of the motor
housing (Figure 8).
7. Proceed to “Installing the Room
Conditioner” section.
Tighten
Set
Screws
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Figure 8
Close to the Ceiling Mounting
1. Remove the canopy ring from the canopy
by turning the ring to the right until it
unlocks.
2. Remove the mounting plate from the
canopy by loosening the four screws on
the top of the canopy. Remove the two
non-slotted screws and loosen the slotted
screws. This will enable you to remove the
mounting plate.
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3. Remove the decorative canopy bottom
cover from the canopy by depressing the
three studs.
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Figure 9 Cover
. Remove three cross-head screws and
lock washers securing the motor collar to
the top of the Room Conditioner motor
housing (Figure 10).
. Place the rubber gasket over the remaining
three screws, route the wires exiting the top
of the Room Conditioner motor through the
canopy ring (make sure the slot openings
are on top), then proceed to place the ceiling
canopy over the collar at the top of the
motor (Figure 11).
. Align the mounting holes with the holes in
the motor and fasten, using the three screws
with lock washers removed in step 4.
. Tighten the mounting screws securely.
Motor Collar
Cross-Head
Screw and
lockwasher
(3 places)
Figure 11 Gasket
WARNING
FAILURE TO COMPLETELY TIGHTEN
THE THREE SCREWS IN STEP 7 MAY
RESULT IN ROOM CONDITIONER
LOOSENING AND FALLING.
WARNING
WHEN USING THE STANDARD BALL HANGER
PIPE MOUNTING, THE TAB IN THE RING AT THE
BOTTOM OF THE MOUNTING PLATE MUST REST
IN THE GROOVE OF THE HANGER BALL. FAILURE
TO PROPERLY SEAL THE TAB IN THE GROOVE
COULD CAUSE DAMAGE TO WIRING.
Changing the Downrod
(Optional)
Please see following steps on changing the downrod
prior to installation.
1. Remove hanger ball from 6” downrod by loosening
the set screw at the top of the downrod which holds
the hanger ball to the downrod. (This is not the screw
with the green ground wire attached).
2. Slide the hanger ball down the downrod and remove
the support pin.
3. Insert the support pin in the holes at the top of the
optional downrod (not supplied) and slide the
hanger ball up the optional downrod (not supplied).
Make sure the support pin 1s properly seated in the
grooves in the top of the hanger ball.
4. Tighten the set screw.
5. Return to page 5 to continue the installation.
Installing Room Conditioner
to the Electrical Box
CAUTION
WHEN MOUNTING THE ROOM CONDITIONER ON
A SLOPED CEILING, THE STANDARD BALL
DOWNROD MOUNTING METHOD MUST BE
USED. THE MOUNTING PLATE MUST BE
MOUNTED SO THAT THE SLOT OPENINGS ARE
ON THE LOWER SIDE BY SLIDING THE
MOUNTING PLATE FROM THE TOP DOWN.
1. Pass the 120 Volt supply wires through the center
hole in the ceiling mounting plates shown in Figure
12.
2. Remove the mounting screws from the outlet
box,install the flat washers (not supplied)
to the mounting screws, then install
the ceiling mounting plate on the electrical box by
using 2 mounting screws with flat washers attached.
When using close to ceiling mounting, it is
important that the mounting plate be level. If
necessary use leveling washers (not included)
between the mounting plate and the electrical box.
Note that the flat side of the mounting plate is to be
toward the electrical box.
3. Securely tighten the 2 mounting screws.
4. Carefully lift the Room Conditioner assembly
up to the ceiling mounting plate. If using close to
ceiling mounting, hang the Room Conditioner on
the hook provided by utilizing one of the holes at
the outer rim of the ceiling canopy. If using standard
mounting, seat the hanger ball in the mounting plate
socket. Make sure the tab on the mounting socket
is properly seated in the groove in the hanging ball.
WARNING
THE HOOK AS SHOWN IN FIG. 13 IS ONLY
TO BALANCE ROOM CONDITIONER WHILE
ATTACHING WIRING. FAILURE TO HANG AS
SHOWN IN FIG. 13 MAY RESULT IN HOOK
BREAKING CAUSING THE ROOM
CONDITIONER TO FALL. HOOK MUST PASS
FROM INSIDE TO OUTSIDE OF CANOPY.
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Standard Mounting
Making the Electrical
Connections
REMEMBER to disconnect the power. If
you feel that you do not have enough
electrical wiring knowledge or
experience, have your Room Conditioner
installed by a licensed electrician.
Follow the steps below to connect your
Room Conditioner to your household
wiring.
Step 1 Using supplied wire nut connect
the Room Conditioner supply (black)
wire to the black household supply wire
as shown in Figure 14.
Step 2 Using supplied wire nut connect
the Room Conditioner neutral (white)
wire to the white neutral household
supply wire as shown in Figure 14.
Step 3 Using supplied wire nuts to
connect the green ground wire from
the Room Conditioner unit; green
ground wire from the downrod and the
green ground wire from the mounting
plate to the ground household supply
wire as shown in Figure 14.
Step 4 After connecting the wires, turn
the wires upward and push the wires into
the outlet box.
WARNING
TO REDUCE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRICAL
SHOCK, DO NOT USE A WALL MOUNTED SOLID
STATE SPEED CONTROL WITH THIS ROOM
CONDITIONER. IT WILL PERMANENTLY
DAMAGE THE ELECTRONIC CIRCUITRY.
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Figure 14
Finishing the Room
Conditioner Installation
Standard Ceiling Mounting
Warning
WHEN USING THE STANDARD BALL DOWNROD
MOUNTING, THE TAB IN THE RING AT THE
BOTTOM OF THE MOUNTING PLATE MUST REST
IN THE GROOVE OF THE HANGER BALL. FAILURE
TO PROPERLY SEAT THE TAB IN THE GROOVE
COULD CAUSE DAMAGE TO WIRING.
1. Align the locking slots of the ceiling
canopy with the two screws in the
mounting plate. Push up to engage the
slots and turn clockwise to lock in place.
Immediately tighten the two mounting
screws firmly.
2. Install the remaining mounting screws
into the holes in the canopy and tighten
firmly.
3. Install the decorative canopy ring by
aligning the ring’s slots with the screws
in the canopy. Rotate the ring counter-
clockwise to lock in place.
4. You may proceed to attaching the Room
Conditioner blades.
Close To Ceiling Mounting
1. Carefully unhook the Room
Conditioner from the mounting plate and
align the locking slots of the ceiling
canopy with the two screws in the
mounting plate. Push up to engage the
slots and turn clockwise to lock in place.
Immediately tighten the two mounting
screws firmly.
WARNING
LOCKING SLOTS OF CEILING CANOPY ARE
PROVIDED ONLY AS AN AID TO MOUNTING. DO
NOT LEAVE ROOM CONDITIONER ASSEMBLY
UNATTENDED UNTIL ALL FOUR CANOPY
SCREWS ARE ENGAGED AND FIRMLY
TIGHTENED
2. Install the remaining two mounting
screws into the holes in the canopy and
tighten firmly.
3. Install the decorative canopy ring by
aligning the ring’s slots with the screws
in the canopy. Rotate the ring counter-
clockwise to lock in place.
4. You may now proceed to attaching the
Room Conditioner blades.
Attaching the Fan Blades
1. Attach the blades to the Room
Conditioner blade brackets by placing
the blade holes over the corresponding
female screw attachment point (3 per
blade). Using the screws provided,
start screw into blade brackets and
repeat for the two remaining screws.
2. Tighten each screw securely.
3. Repeat steps 1 and 2 for each
remaining blade.
Figure 15
3 Blade Holes
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Screw Attachment
Points
Blade Bracket
The following procedure should correct
most fan wobble. Check after each step.
1. Check that all blade screws are secure.
2. Use the enclosed Blade Balancing Kit
if the blade wobble 1s still noticeable.
WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF PERSONAL
INJURY, DO NOT BEND THE BLADE
HOLDERS WHILE INSTALLING,
BALANCING THE BLADES, OR
CLEANING THE FAN. DO NOT INSERT
FOREIGN OBJECTS BETWEEN
ROTATING FAN BLADES.
Installing the Light Kit
CAUTION- To reduce the risk of elec-
trical shock, disconnect the electrical
supply circuit to the fan before installing
kit.
10.
1. Remove two opposing mounting
screws on either side of the light bulb
socket (Figure 16).
2. Attach mounting bracket securing
with two opposing mounting SCrews
loosened in step 1.
3.Install fluorescent bulb ( Max.14W,sup-
plied) by screwing into light bulb socket.
(Do not replace fluorescent bulb with
higher wattage incandescent bulb as
this will exceed designed wattage of
the Reiker Room Conditioner and could
potentially exceed the capability of your
electrical circuit ).
4. Attach glass shade by sliding it up the
threaded rod of the mounting bracket
and securing it with the finial finger tight.
WARNING
DO NOT USE BULB ABOVE 14 WATTS.
FAILURE TO DO SO COULD
RESULT IN A FAILING
CIRCUIT BREAKER.
WARNING
DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN WHEN
INSTALLING THE GLASS BOWL INTO
THE LIGHT KIT ASSEMBLY. ALLOW
THE GLASS BOWL TO COOL
COMPLETELY BEFORE REMOVING.
Mounting
Screws (2)
Mounting
Bracket
Threaded Rod
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Finial ——
Figure 16
Cool Weather Operation
1. Press the Room Conditioner remote control
thermostat any button.
2. Use the remote control thermostat and press
the heat button.
3. Once your Room Conditioner is in the heat
mode, adjust the thermostat to the desired
temperature you would like to maintain in the
room.
4, Your Reiker Room Conditioner will soon
bring the room to your desired temperature,
Once the desired temperature 1s obtained the
heating elements will automatically cut off
until the most efficient combination of energy
consumption to comfort level 1s accomplished.
Enjoy your new cost effective Reiker Room
Conditioner.
Warm Weather Operation
As the warmer season draws near and the
need for heating your house is decreased,
the Reiker Room Conditioner can also be
used in a cooling mode much like
conventional ceiling fans.
1. Make sure the blades are not moving,
then select the fan mode.
2. There are three speed selections in the
cooling mode: Low, Medium, and High.
CAUTION:
THIS DEVICE COMPLIES WITH PART 15 OF THE
FCC RULES. CHANGES OR MODIFICATIONS
NOT EXPRESSLY APPROVED BY THE
MANUFACTURER COULD VOID YOUR
AUTHORITY TO OPERATE THE EQUIPMENT.
Lighting
Located on the hand held remote control 1s a
button with a light bulb symbol on it. In order
to illuminate the light kit on the Reiker Room
Conditioner you must first press the power
button. The remote control display will
activate to show the power has been
initiated. Then press the light button.
Setting the Dip Switches In
the Receiver
In the transmitter the dip switches are
accessible from the battery compartment as
shown in Figure A. The dip switches in your
Room Conditioner are preset to a particular
code in order for your remote control signal
to be accepted by the receiver,
If you have more than one Room
Conditioner in a room you may need
to change the dip switches.
In order to change the code in your Room
Conditioner you must have the power on. Next
turn the power off at the wall while the remote
power is still on. Then change the settings of
the dip switches in the transmitter located near
the batteries. This should be done with a small
pointed object. Next turn the power on at the
wall and within 30 seconds, press the small
button next to the dip switches. This should
be done with a small pointed object. The LCD
will show the number 5 decrease down to 1
and the light on the Room Conditioner will
flash. After this the new code will be set. If
this 1s not accomplished repeat the steps.
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Figure A
IMPORTANT
REMOTE MUST BE IN THE SAME ROOM
AS THE ROOM CONDITIONER. BEST
WHEN LOCATED IN THE WALL MOUNT
Operating Your Room Conditioner 11.
How to use the Remote Control
CAUTION:
THIS DEVICE COMPLIES WITH PART 15 OF THE
FCC RULES. CHANGES OR MODIFICATIONS
NOT EXPRESSLY APPROVED BY THE
MANUFACTURER COULD VOID YOUR
AUTHORITY TO OPERATE THE EQUIPMENT.
1. Heating with the Reiker Room
Conditioner
In order to initiate the heat mode, press the
power button to turn the Reiker Room
Conditioner on. The remote control display
will activate to show power has been initiated.
(If the remote control does not activate,
check to see if the batteries are still good.)
Press the heat button to put the room
conditioner in the heat mode. The word heat
should activate when in the heat mode.
Next set the temperature to your desired
comfort level with the plus or minus buttons
located above or below the heat button.
When the unit turns on, all four heating
elements will activate. This is indicated by the
four bars that will be displayed above the
actual room temperature.
As you set the desired temperature the numbers
at the top of the controller will change in
correspondence with the plus or minus buttons.
The Reiker Room Conditioner will now begin
heating your room. As the actual room
temperature increases and nears that of the
desired room temperature, the unit will
automatically decrease the number of heating
elements in order to maintain the desired
temperature for the least amount of electricity
to maintain your desired temperature. As the
actual temperature meets the desired
temperature the heating elements will start to
cut off and the unit will run for the least amount
of electricity. Should the temperature in the
room decrease the unit will automatically add
additional heat until the desired temperature
is reached again.
NOTE:
When you set your desired temperature
with the plus and minus buttons above
and below the heat button on the remote
control, the main ceiling fan blades
will automatically go into the reverse
direction but you can set the fan speed
using the plus and minus buttons above
and below the fan button to achieve high,
medium and low speeds. Try different
speed settings based on the construction
and size of your room. Smaller rooms
and sunrooms will likely heat better on
lower speeds. As the room temperature
rises the unit will automatically reduce its
power output by reducing the number of
heating elements activated. When your
actual room temperature exceeds your
desired temperature the last heating
element and impeller will turn off,
turning back on should the room
temperature fall.
12. How to use the Remote Control
2.Cooling with your Reiker Room
Conditioner
During the summer months the Reiker room
Conditioner can be used as a ceiling fan. In
order to activate the Reiker Room Conditioner
in the Ceiling fan mode you must first press
the power button. The remote control display
will activate to show power has been initiated.
(If the remote control does not activate
check to see if the batteries are still good.)
Next press the fan button to initiate the ceiling
fan mode. In order to regulate the speed of the
fan you must select either the plus or the minus
button to set the fan at high, medium, or low.
This is represented by the lighted bars above
the actual room temperature. If one is lit, it is
at low speed, if three are lit, it is at medium
speed, and 1f they are all lit, then it is at high
speed.
3. How to use the light kit
In order to turn the light kit on you must first
turn on the Reiker Room Conditioner by
pressing the power button. The remote control
display will activate to show power has been
initiated. (If the remote control does not activate,
check to see if the batteries are still good.) Next
press the button with the picture of the light
bulb on it. This will activate the Reiker
Room Conditioner.
WARNING:
REMOVING THE REMOTE CONTROL OR
ALLOWING THE BATTERIES TO FAIL FROM
THE ROOM WILL CAUSE THE UNIT TO
MALFUNCTION AND FAIL TO OPERATE IN THE
PRESCRIBED MANNER.
The Simplest Remote
Fan Speed Indicator (rare Rs)
Desired Room Temperature
(Degree)
Low Battery Indicator
ан р
= a
ACTUAL ROOM В В o
\__ TEMPERATURE =
Heat Output Indicator
(In Heat Mode)
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Power Button — ||
(On/Off)
Increase Heat Button
(On/Off)
Operation Mode Indicators
(Heat, Fan)
Actual Room Temperature
(Degree)
— Increase Fan Speed Button
(Plus)
—— Fan Button
(Plus)
Heat Button | HEAT (Fan Jd
Decrease Heat Button — ——
(Minus)
Light Button
(On/Off)
RECOMMENDATION:
REPLACE THE BATTERIES AT LEAST
EVERY THREE MONTHS
(On/Off)
— Decrease Fan Speed Button
(Minus)
Note: Fan speed is adjustable in both the
HEAT and FAN modes by pushing the + and -
buttons above and below the FAN button. Try
different settings in the HEAT mode for the
best heating performance.
RECOMMENDATION:
KEEP THE REMOTE IN THE HOLDER
IN THE ROOM BEING USED.
13.
Here are some suggestions to help you
maintain your Reiker Room Conditioner
1. Because of the Room Conditioner’s
natural movement, some connections may
become loose. Check the support
connections, brackets, and blade
attachments twice a year. Make sure
they are secure. (It is not necessary to
remove the Room Conditioner from the
ceiling.)
2. Clean your Room Conditioner
periodically to help maintain 1ts new
appearance over the years. Do not use
water when cleaning. Use only a soft
brush or lint-free cloth to avoid scratching
the finish. The plating is sealed with a
lacquer to minimize discoloration or
tarnishing. Cleaning could damage the
motor, the wood or possibly cause an
electrical shock.
3. You can apply a light coat of furniture
polish to the wood for additional
protection and to enhance beauty.
Cover small scratches with a light
application of shoe polish.
4. There is no need to oil your fan. The
motor has permanently lubricated sealed
ball bearings.
WARNING
MAKE SURE THE POWER IS OFF AT
THE ELECTRICAL PANEL BOX BEFORE
YOU ATTEMPT ANY REPAIRS. REFER
TO THE SECTION, MAKING
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
Changing the Dust Cover
Located on top of the Reiker Room
Conditioner 1s a dust cover. This dust cover
Is used to prevent dust from getting into
the heating chamber.
1. Squeeze the dust cover together until 1t
is loose from the raised edges of the top
of the Room Conditioner and then pull it
off.
14. Care of Your Room Conditioner
2. Rinse it out with water and allow to
thoroughly dry. Squeeze the ends towards
cach other and place it under the openings
around the support rod.
WARNING
MAKE SURE THE POWER IS OFF AT
THE ELECTRICAL PANEL BOX
BEFORE YOU ATTEMPT TO CLEAN
THE DUST COVER.
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solving the World's
heating problems
Problem Solutions
Fan will not start. 1
|
Fan sounds noisy.
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. Check main and branch circuit fuses or breakers.
. Should the circuit breaker trip after resetting consult your electrician about adequate circuit
protection.
. Check line wire connection to the fan .
CAUTION: Make sure main power is off.
. Check batteries in the transmitter. Does the liquid crystal display (LCD) activate and is
the battery low light off? Are you standing close enough to the fan (normal range is 20
feet)? Are the dip switch settings in the transmitter properly configured? REFER TO
PAGE 11 FOR SETTING THE DIP SWITCH. Batteries should be changed every three
months or as needed.
Make sure all motor housing screws are snug.
2. Allow a 24-hour breaking in period. Most noises associated with a new fan disappear
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during this time.
If using the Room Conditioner light kit make sure the finial securing the decorative globe is
tight. Check that the circular lamp is also secure.
Make sure the canopy is a short distance from the ceiling. It should not touch the ceiling.
Make sure your ceiling box is secure and rubber isolator pads were used between the
mounting plate and ceiling box.
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NET WEIGHT
34.4 lbs.
NET WEIGHT
34.4 Ibs.
GROSS WEIGHT
40.1 Ibs.
GROSS WEIGHT
40.1 Ibs.
CUBIC FEET
4.0
CUBIC FEET
4.0
Heat Mode
Heating Elements VOLTS AMPS WATTS
1 120 4.6 550
2 120 8.0 950
3 120 10.5 1250
4 120 125 1500
Ceiling Fan Mode
Fan Size SPEED VOLTS AMPS WATTS RPM
Low 120 0.40 30 65
52° Med. 120 0.50 45 105
High 120 0.67 80 170
NOTE: The Reiker Room Conditioner was designed to efficiently heat a room as large as 20 by 20 with a 10 ft. ceiling. If you
have a room larger than this you may need an additional unit. If the room is smaller than this the unit will function better.
These are approximate measurements, they include Amps and wattage used by the light Kit.
Reiker Room Conditioners, LLC.
2018 Lewis Turner Boulevard, Suite A
Thank you for purchasing the Reiker Room Conditioner. We know that you will
enjoy many years of satisfaction and savings with your new energy efficient
Fort Walton Beach. Florida Reiker Room Conditioner, that you will want to run out and tell your neighbors
9 . . . .
32547 about it. Thanks again for your purchase of the Reiker Room Conditioner.
© 2005 Reiker Room Conditioners, LLC Best regards,
For logos, product I.D. and names,
All Rights Reserved Ken Reiker
CEO
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