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PACKAGE CONTENTS
PART
A
DESCRIPTION
Fixture
QUANTITY
1
B
Rod
(preassembled to fixture (A))
4
(two 6 in.;
two 12 in.)
C
Socket Ring
(preassembled to fixture (A))
Mounting Strap
(preassembled to fixture (A))
Mounting Strap Screw
(preassembled to mounting strap (D))
1
D
E
A
D
B
1
E
2
C
HARDWARE CONTENTS (shown actual size)
AA
E3 Wire
Connector
Qty. 3
SAFETY INFORMATION
READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
DANGER
• For your protection and safety, carefully read and understand the information provided in this
manual completely before attempting to assemble, install or operate this product. Failure to do so
could lead to electrical shock, fire or other injuries that could be hazardous or even fatal.
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SAFETY INFORMATION
DANGER
• DO NOT connect this fixture to an electrical system that does not provide a means for equipment
grounding. Never use a fixture in a two-wire system that is not grounded. Installing a fixture into an
electrical system not having a proper grounding means could cause metal parts of the fixture to carry
electrical currents if any of the fixture wires, wire connections or splices were to become broken, cut
or loose during the mounting or normal operation of the fixture. Under this condition, anyone coming
in contact with the fixture would be subject to electrical shock, which could cause serious injury or
death.
• DO NOT connect the bare or green insulation fixture ground wire to the black (HOT) current-carrying
wire or the white neutral house wire. Connection of the bare or green fixture ground wire to the black
or white house wires may cause metal parts of the fixture to carry electrical currents. Under this
condition anyone coming in contact with the fixture will receive electrical shock, which could cause
serious injury or death.
• DO NOT damage or cut the wire insulation (covering) during installation of fixture. DO NOT permit
wires to contact any surface having a sharp edge. To do so may damage or cut the wire insulation,
which could cause serious injury or death from electrical shock.
WARNING
• All electrical connections must be in agreement with local codes and ordinances, the National
Electric Code (NEC) and ANSI/NFPA 70-1999. Contact your municipal building department to learn
about your local codes, permits and/or inspections. Risk of fire - most dwellings built before 1985
have supply wire rated for 140°F. Consult a qualified electrician before installation.
• To avoid personal injury, the use of gloves may be necessary while handling fixture parts with sharp
edges.
• DO NOT suspend any fixture by the house wires. A fixture must always be mounted directly to an
outlet box or to a mounting strap which is first attached to the outlet box. Wire connectors will not
support the weight of a fixture. Suspending a fixture by the house wires and wire connectors will
result in the fixture falling, with the possibility of personal injury and the danger of electrical shock or
fire.
• To reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock or personal injury, wire connectors provided with this light
fixture are designed to accept only one 12-gauge house wire and two lead wires from the light
fixture. If your house wire is larger than 12-gauge or there is more than one house wire to connect to
the corresponding fixture lead wires, consult an electrician for the proper size wire connectors to
use.
• Failure to caulk fixture mounting surface with silicone weather sealant may result in water damage in
outlet box, which may cause electrical malfunction or electrical shock.
CAUTION
• TURN OFF ELECTRICITY at main fuse box (or circuit breaker box) before beginning installation by
removing the fuse (or switching the circuit breaker off).
• If you are not sure the lighting system has a grounding means, DO NOT attempt to install this fixture.
Contact a qualified, licensed electrician for information regarding the proper grounding methods as
required by the local electrical code in your area.
• All fixtures must be mounted to an outlet box that is supported by the building structure.
• DO NOT use bulbs having a wattage greater than the maximum value stated on the fixture. The use
of bulbs with higher wattage than specified will increase temperatures and risk of fire. Use only bulbs
that are approved for use in the base up position.
• If a dimmer control switch is used with this fixture, obtain professional advice to determine the
correct type to use as well as the electrical rating required.
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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): Flathead screwdriver, Phillips screwdriver, wire
strippers, pliers, wire cutters, safety glasses, stepladder, electrical tape, silicone weather sealant.
Helpful Tools (not included): A/C tester light, do-it-yourself guide, soft cloth.
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
1. Turn off circuit breakers and wall switch to
the fixture supply line leads.
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DANGER: Failure to disconnect power
supply prior to installation may result in
serious injury or death.
2. Remove existing fixture and disconnect all
electrical wiring.
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
2
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
3. Remove mounting strap (D) from fixture (A)
by removing mounting strap screws (E) from
the edges of the fixture (A).
3
D
Save mounting strap screws (E) for later use.
E
E
E
A
4. Attach mounting strap (D) to outlet box (not
included) using the existing screws and
washers provided with the outlet box. Make
sure canopy on fixture (A) can be secured to
the ceiling after mounting strap (D) is
attached.
4
Outlet Box
D
CAUTION: Make sure the outlet box
can support 35 lbs. hanging weight. Use
metal outlet box; plastic outlet boxes are not
recommended.
Outlet Box
Screws and
Washers
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
5. There are several different ways to use the fixture
(A) depending on the number and combination of
rods (B) you decide to use:
Locate swivel connector piece under canopy on
fixture (A). Rotate swivel connector piece until it
aligns with canopy base. [NOTE: This may require
some force.]
Whatever the number and combination of rods (B)
you choose to use, the lowermost rod (B) must be
screwed into top of shade fitter of fixture (A). Be
sure rod (B) is completely secure before
proceeding.
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Canopy
A
Base
B
Swivel
Connector
Piece
B
Shade
Fitter
a. If you wish to use the fixture (A) with all
FOUR rods (B), attach remaining rods (B) by
screwing the ends of the rods (B) together. Be
sure rods (B) are completely connected, and
then secure top rod (B) to canopy.
b. If you wish to use the fixture (A) with any
other combination of rods (B), gently slide
canopy over wires to remove the canopy. Next,
slide the rods (B) that will not be used up over
the wiring until rods (B) that will not be used are
free of the wiring. Attach the rods (B) remaining
on the fixture (A) by screwing their ends
together -- make sure rods (B) are completely
connected. Thread wires back through canopy
and then secure top rod (B) to canopy.
c. If you wish to use the fixture (A) with only
ONE rod (B), gently slide canopy over wires to
remove the canopy. Next, slide the rods (B) that
will not be used up over the wiring until rods (B)
that will not be used are free of the wiring.
Thread wires back through canopy and screw
rod (B) into canopy.
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
6a. Prepare wire by stripping 3/4 in. of insulation from
wire ends using wire strippers (not included).
Tie wire into a knot.
6a
6b. Connect one of the wires from the fixture (A) to
WHITE wire from outlet box using existing wire
connector or wire connector (AA). Connect the
other wire from the fixture (A) to BLACK wire from
outlet box using existing wire connector or wire
connector (AA). Connect BARE/GREEN ground
wire from outlet box to BARE ground wire from
fixture (A) using wire connector (AA).
NOTE: Screw wire connectors (AA) on in a
clockwise direction.
A
WARNING: Never connect ground wire to
WHITE or BLACK power supply wires.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire, electrical
shock or personal injury, wire connectors (AA)
provided with this light fixture are designed to
accept only one 12-gauge house wire and two
lead wires from the light fixture. If your house wire
is larger than 12-gauge or there is more than one
house wire to connect to the corresponding fixture
lead wires, consult an electrician for the proper
size wire connectors to use.
6b
Wire from Fixture
Outlet Box
BARE/
GREEN
AA
WHITE
Wire from Fixture
Hardware Used
BLACK
AA
AA
E3 Wire Connector
D
x3
AA
BARE
A
7. Wrap electrical tape (not included) around each
individual wire connector (AA) down to the wire.
WARNING: Make sure no bare wire or wire
strands are visible after making connections.
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Outlet Box
AA
F
AA
D
AA
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
8. Carefully arrange excess wiring and wire
connectors (AA) within canopy on fixture (A).
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Align holes in edge of canopy with screw
holes at ends of mounting strap (D). Secure
fixture (A) with mounting strap screws (E)
previously removed (Step 3, page 5).
Outlet Box
D
D
E
E
A A
9. Remove socket ring (C) from the socket on
fixture (A). Attach glass shade (sold
separately) to the socket using socket ring
(C).
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A
CAUTION: Do not overtighten socket ring
(C) as glass may crack or break.
Glass Shade
[representative
only]
C
10. Install one standard-base bulb (not
included). Use either a 60-watt max.
incandescent or a 13-watt CFL.
10
A A
Restore power and test fixture (A).
If light does not function, please refer to
TROUBLESHOOTING on the next page.
CAUTION: When replacing bulb,
please allow bulb and fixture (A) to cool
down before touching.
Bulb
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
11.
After completing installation, caulk fixture (A)
mounting surface with silicone weather
sealant (not included).
WARNING: Failure to caulk fixture mounting
surface with silicone weather sealant may result
in water damage in outlet box, which may cause
electrical malfunction or electrical shock.
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A
CARE AND MAINTENANCE
• Shut off main power supply. Wipe fixture with soft, damp cloth. Use window cleaner to clean glass.
Do not use an abrasive cleaner on glass or fixture.
TROUBLESHOOTING
WARNING: Before beginning work, shut off the power supply to avoid electrical shock.
PROBLEM
Bulb will not light.
POSSIBLE CAUSE
1. Bulb is burned out.
2. Power is OFF.
3. Faulty connection.
CORRECTIVE ACTION
1. Replace light bulb.
2. Make sure power supply is ON.
3. Check wiring and all connections.
Fuse blows out or
circuit breaker trips.
1. Crossed wires.
2. Power wire is grounding out.
1. Check wiring.
2. Check all connections.
WARRANTY
The distributor warrants all of its lighting fixtures against defects in materials and workmanship for
one (1) year from the date of purchase. If within this period the product is found to be defective, take
a copy of the bill of sale as a proof of purchase and the product in its original carton to the place of
purchase. The distributor will, at its option, repair, replace or refund the purchase price to the
consumer. All costs of installation and removal of the fixture is the responsibility of the consumer.
This warranty does not cover fixtures becoming defective due to misuse, accidental damage or
improper handling and/or installation and specifically excludes liability for direct, incidental or
consequential damages. As some states do not allow exclusions of limitations on an implied
warranty, the above exclusion and limitation may not apply. This warranty gives you specific rights
and you may also have other rights which may vary from state to state.
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Portfolio® is a registered trademark of
LF, LLC. All rights reserved.
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