BEACH CREEK LED CEILING FAN
ITEM #0803772
BEACH CREEK
LED CEILING FAN
MODEL #TG44BNK3D1RC
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Safety Information ................................................................................................................. 2
Package Contents ................................................................................................................ 4
Hardware Contents ........................................................................................................................... 5
Preparation ........................................................................................................................... 5
Initial Installation ................................................................................................................... 5
Downrod-Style Fan Mounting ............................................................................................... 8
Closemount-Style Fan Mounting ..........................................................................................10
Wiring ...................................................................................................................................12
Final Installation .................................................................................................................. 14
Operating Instructions ......................................................................................................... 15
Care and Maintenance ........................................................................................................ 17
Troubleshooting .................................................................................................................. 18
Limited Lifetime Warranty ................................................................................................... 19
Replacement Parts List ....................................................................................................... 19
SAFETY INFORMATION
READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
• Do not discard fan carton or foam inserts. Should this fan need to be returned to the factory for
repairs, it must be shipped in its original packaging to ensure proper protection against damage
that might exceed the initial cause for return.
• Make sure all electrical connections comply with local codes, ordinances, the National Electrical
Code and ANSI/NFPA 70-1999. Hire a qualified electrician or consult a do-it-yourself wiring
handbook if you are unfamiliar with installing electrical wiring.
• Make sure the installation site you choose allows a minimum clearance of 7 ft. from the blades to
the floor and at least 30 in. from the end of the blades to any obstruction.
• After you install the fan, make sure all connections are secure to prevent the fan from falling.
• The net weight of this fan is: 14.74 lbs.
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SAFETY INFORMATION
WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock or personal injury, mount fan 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.
When mounting fan to a ceiling outlet box, use a METAL octagonal outlet box; do NOT use a
plastic outlet box. Secure the outlet box directly to the building structure. The outlet box and its
support must be able to support the moving weight of the fan (at least 35 lbs.).
To avoid personal injury, the use of gloves may be necessary while handling fan parts with
sharp edges.
To reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock or personal injury, wire connectors provided with this fan
are designed to accept only one 12-gauge house wire and two lead wires from the fan. If your
house wire is larger than 12-gauge or there is more than one house wire to connect to the
corresponding fan lead wires, consult an electrician for the proper size wire connectors to use.
To reduce the risk of fire or electrical shock, do not use the fan with any solid state speed control
device or control fan speed with a full range dimmer switch.
To reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock or personal injury, do not bend the blades when
installing or balancing them, or cleaning the fan. Do not insert objects between the rotating fan
blades.
To reduce the risk of personal injury, use only parts provided with this fan. The use of parts
OTHER than those provided with this fan will void the warranty.
Before proceeding, be sure to shut off electricity at main switch or circuit breaker in order to avoid
electrical shock.
CAUTION
Be sure outlet box is properly grounded and that a ground wire (green or bare) is present.
Before beginning installation, carefully check all screws, bolts and nuts on fan motor assembly to
ensure that they are secured.
Do NOT tamper with or attempt to repair LED component. The light source is designed for this
specific application and should not be serviced by untrained personnel. If any servicing is
required, call our customer service department.
NOTE: Dimmable to 10% with select dimmers. See Lowes.com for more information.
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PACKAGE CONTENTS
C
G
O
N
A
L
M
B
P
E
H
I
D
J
F
K
PART
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
DESCRIPTION
QUANTITY
Downrod
1
Canopy
1
Mounting Bracket
1
Motor Housing
1
Yoke Cover
1
LED Light Kit (preassembled)
1
Canopy Mounting Screw
4
(preassembled)
Motor Screw
6
(preassembled)
Lock Washer (preassembled)
6
Blade
3
IMPORTANT REMINDER: You must use the
parts provided with this fan for proper installation
and safety.
4
PART
K
L
M
N
O
P
DESCRIPTION
Glass Shade
Pin (preassembled)
Clip (preassembled)
Balancing Kit
Remote Control Receiver
Remote Pack
QUANTITY
1
1
1
1
1
1
HARDWARE CONTENTS (shown actual size)
AA
BB
Blade
Screw
Fiber
Blade
Washer
Qty. 9
+ 1 extra
Qty. 9
+ 1 extra
CC
CC
Wire
Connector
Qty. 4
PREPARATION
Before beginning assembly of product, make sure all parts are present. Place motor on carpet or on
foam to avoid damage to finish. 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: 120 minutes
Tools Required for Assembly (not included): Electrical Tape, Phillips Screwdriver, Pliers, Safety
Glasses, Stepladder and Wire Strippers
Helpful Tools (not included): AC Tester Light, Tape Measure, Do-It-Yourself Wiring Handbook and
Wire Cutters
INITIAL INSTALLATION
1. Turn off circuit breakers and wall switch to the fan
supply line leads.
DANGER: Failure to disconnect power supply
prior to installation may result in serious injury or
death.
1
ON
ON
FF
OFF O
5
INITIAL INSTALLATION
2. Determine mounting method to use.
A. Downrod mount (standard or angled ceiling)
B. Closemount (standard ceiling only)
IMPORTANT: If using the angle mount, check to
make sure the ceiling angle is not steeper than 19°.
2
19° max.
*Helpful Hint: Downrod-style mounting is best
suited for ceilings 8 ft. or higher. For taller ceilings
you may want to use a longer downrod (not
included). Angle-style mounting is best suited for
angled or vaulted ceilings. A longer downrod is
sometimes necessary to ensure proper blade
clearance. Closemount mounting is more suitable
for ceilings lower than 8 ft. high.
3. Check to make sure blades (J) will be at least 30
in. from any obstruction and at least 7 ft. above the
floor.
A
B
3
30 in.
min.
J
7 ft.
min.
4. Temporarily raise canopy (B) to mounting bracket
(C) and determine which 2 canopy mounting
screws (G) align with slotted holes in canopy (B).
Partially loosen these 2 canopy mounting screws
(G) and remove the other two; save for later use.
4
C
G
B
6
G
INITIAL INSTALLATION
5. Remove 6 motor screws (H) and 6 lock washers (I)
from top of motor housing (D). Remove the yoke
plate and top plate from motor housing (D).
5
H
yoke plate
I
top plate
D
6. Slide one blade (J) through one of the rectangular
openings on center band of motor housing (D).
Align holes in blade (J) with holes in blade arm
located inside of motor. Attach blade (J) with 3
blade screws (AA) and fiber washers (BB).
Repeat for remaining blades (J).
Note: Make sure to completely secure each blade
(J) before proceeding to the next.
6
AA
BB
blade
arm
J
Hardware Used
AA
Blade Screw
x9
BB
Fiber Blade Washer
x9
7. Reattach top plate and yoke plate to motor
housing (D) with lock washers (I) and motor
screws (H) previously removed in Step 5.
7
H
I
yoke plate
top plate
D
7
INITIAL INSTALLATION
8. Secure mounting bracket (C) to outlet box (not
included) using screws, spring washers and flat
washers provided with the outlet box.
*NOTE: It is very important you use the proper
hardware when installing the mounting bracket
(C) as this will support the fan.
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ANGLE
MOUNT
STANDARD
MOUNT
C
IMPORTANT: If using the angle mount, make
sure open end of mounting bracket (C) is
installed facing the higher point of the ceiling, and
ensure the ceiling angle is not steeper than 19°.
C
Open End
For DOWNROD-STYLE FAN MOUNTING,
proceed to step 1 below.
For CLOSEMOUNT-STYLE FAN MOUNTING,
skip to page 10.
DOWNROD-STYLE FAN MOUNTING
1a. Remove pin (L) and clip (M) from downrod (A).
1a
1b. Partially loosen preassembled set screws and
nuts in yoke at top of motor housing (D).
M
1b
A
Sid
L
ev
iew
Set Screw
& Nut
Yoke
D
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DOWNROD-STYLE FAN MOUNTING
2. Insert downrod (A) through canopy (B), and yoke
cover (E). Thread wires from motor housing (D) up
through downrod (A).
2
A
B
E
3. Slip downrod (A) into yoke, align holes and
re-install pin (L) and clip (M). Tighten set screws
and then tighten nuts. Slide yoke cover (E) down
until it rests on top of motor housing (D).
3
E
A
M
Set Screw
and Nut
L
D
4. Depending on the length of downrod you use, you
may need to cut the lead wires back to simplify the
wiring. If you decide to cut back the lead wires, it is
suggested you do so in the following manner:
Take the lead wires and make sure you have pulled
them all the way through the top of the downrod.
Start at the TOP of the hanging ball on the downrod
and measure 8 in. of lead wire, and then cut the
excess wire off with wire cutters (not included).
NOTE: If you do not cut back the lead wires, Steps
4 and 5 are not necessary and you may proceed
to Step 6 instead.
9
4
8 in.
Hanging
Ball
DOWNROD-STYLE FAN MOUNTING
5. If you cut back the lead wires in Step 4, strip 1/2 in.
of insulation from end of each wire -- WHITE,
BLACK, GREEN and BLUE. Twist stripped ends of
each strand of wire within the insulation with pliers
(not included).
6. Install hanging ball of downrod (A) into opening of
mounting bracket (C). Align one of the slots in
hanging ball with the tab in mounting bracket (C).
5
6
DANGER: Failure to align slot in hanging ball
with the tab in mounting bracket (C) may result in
serious injury or death.
C
Tab
Continue to WIRING on page 12.
Slot
A
CLOSEMOUNT-STYLE FAN MOUNTING
1. Remove preassembled canopy cover from bottom
of canopy (B). NOTE: Turn canopy cover to the
left (counterclockwise) to remove from canopy (B).
NOTE: The downrod (A), yoke cover (E) and
canopy cover are not used in this type of
installation.
1
B
B
Canopy
Cover
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CLOSEMOUNT-STYLE FAN MOUNTING
2. Remove every other motor screw (H) and lock
washer (I) from top of motor housing (D).
2
H
I
D
D
3. Pull wires up through hole in the middle of the
canopy (B). Align larger holes in canopy (B) with 3
screws in top of motor housing (D). Attach canopy
(B) to motor housing (D) using the three motor
screws (H) and lock washers (I) previously
removed.
3
H
I
B
D
D
4. Temporarily hang fan on the tab on the mounting
bracket (C) using one of the non-slotted holes in
the canopy (B).
4
C
Tab
Non-Slotted
B
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WIRING
WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock or personal injury, wire connectors
provided with this fan are designed to accept only one 12-gauge house wire and two lead wires from
the fan. If your house wire is larger than 12-gauge or there is more than one house wire to connect to
the corresponding fan lead wires, consult an electrician for the proper size wire connectors to use.
CAUTION: Be sure outlet box is properly grounded and that a ground (green or bare) wire is
present.
WARNING: If house wires are different colors than referred to in the following steps, stop
immediately. A professional electrician is recommended to determine wiring.
WARNING: Using a full range dimmer switch (not included) to control fan speed will cause a loud
humming noise from fan. To reduce the risk of fire or electrical shock, do NOT use a full range
dimmer switch to control fan speed.
1. Make the necessary wiring connections for
remote control operation as detailed below and
in the figure. For each wire connection, use one
of the wire connectors (CC), making sure to
screw wire connector (CC) on in a clockwise
direction.
1
WHITE SUPPLY WIRE
BLACK SUPPLY WIRE
BLUE
WHITE
BLACK
GROUND (GREEN OR BARE)
GROUND
(GREEN OR BARE)
WHITE
BLACK
FROM
FAN
CAUTION: Assistance from another person is
recommended for this step.
FROM
CEILING
FROM
RECEIVER
Connect all GROUND (GREEN) wires from fan
(on downrod (A), if applicable, and mounting
bracket (C)) to BARE/GREEN supply wire from
ceiling.
Connect BLACK wire (labeled AC IN L) from
remote control receiver (O) to BLACK supply
wire from ceiling.
FROM
RECEIVER
BLACK
AC IN L
BLACK
WHITE
AC IN N
WHITE
BLUE
O
Connect WHITE wire (labeled AC IN N) from
remote control receiver (O) to WHITE supply
wire from ceiling.
Connect WHITE wire (labeled TO MOTOR N)
from remote control receiver (O) to WHITE wire
from motor housing (D).
Connect BLACK wire (labeled TO MOTOR L)
from remote control receiver (O) to BLACK wire
from motor housing (D).
Connect BLUE wire (labeled FOR LIGHT) from
remote control receiver (O) to BLUE wire from
motor housing (D).
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WIRING
2. Wrap electrical tape (not included) around each
individual wire connector (CC) down to the wire.
WARNING: Make sure no bare wire or wire
strands are visible after making connections. Place
GREEN and WHITE connections on opposite side of
the outlet box from the BLACK and BLUE (if
applicable) connections.
2
CC
CC
Hardware Used
CC
CC
Wire Connector
x4
3. Gently slide remote control receiver (O) flat-side up
into mounting bracket (C). Turn spliced/taped wires
upward and gently push wires and wire connectors
(CC) into outlet box. Let antenna from remote control
receiver (O) hang to the side.
NOTE: The remote control included with this fan
meets the following requirements:
a. Not for use with solid state fans.
b. Electrical rating: 120V / 60 Hz;
motor amps:1.25 MAX.
Should you choose to use a different remote control
with this fan, it must also meet these same
requirements.
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3
C
Antenna
O
A
FINAL INSTALLATION
1. Lift canopy (B) to mounting bracket (C) again,
aligning slotted holes in canopy (B) with loosened
canopy mounting screws (G) in mounting bracket
(C). Twist canopy (B) clockwise to lock. Re-insert
the two canopy mounting screws (G) previously
removed (Step 4, page 6) and tighten all canopy
mounting screws (G) securely.
1
Closemount
Option
Downrod
Option
G
G
B
B
D
D
2. Align slots on glass shade (K) with protrusions on
underside of motor housing (D). Turn glass shade
(K) clockwise until it no longer turns.
NOTE: Pull down gently on the glass shade (K) to
make sure it is secured completely.
2
D
slot
K
3. If you wish to use the remote control bracket from
remote pack (P), install screws from remote pack (P)
through bracket and into the desired installation site.
The remote control transmitter from remote pack (P)
rests inside the bracket.
3
Wall
Bracket
Screws
Remote Control
Bracket
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
CAUTION: The remote control transmitter can be programmed to multiple receivers or fans.
If this is not desired, turn wall switch off to any other programmable receiver or fan.
FCC Compliance Notice for Remote Control
Modifications not approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority
to operate the equipment.
*NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates,
uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with
the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause
harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the
equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of
the following measures:
*
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
*
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
*
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
1. Remove battery cover from back of remote
control transmitter in remote pack (P). Install
battery from remote pack (P) with positive (+)
end toward top of remote control transmitter.
1
Remote
Control
Transmitter
(back
side)
P
Replace battery cover on remote control
transmitter.
WARNING: Choking Hazard - Small parts.
Keep battery away from children.
Battery
Battery
Cover
CAUTION: “DO NOT DISPOSE OF BATTERIES IN FIRE, BATTERIES MAY EXPLODE OR
LEAK.” - When disposing of household alkaline batteries, it is best to check with your local and
state recycling or household hazardous waste coordinators concerning the specifics of the
program in your area. You may also locate a recycling center by calling 1-800-8-BATTERY or
1-877-2-RECYCLE or visit www.epa.gov/epawaste/index.htm or www.earth911.org for more
information.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
2. Restore electrical power. Within 30 seconds of
restoring electrical power, press and hold the “0”
button on the remote control transmitter for 5 seconds
or until light on the fan blinks twice. Use the remote
control transmitter to test the light and fan functions to
confirm the learning process is complete.
2
NOTE: Remove protective covering from front of
remote control transmitter and discard.
IMPORTANT: To prevent damage to remote control
transmitter, remove the battery if not used for long
periods. Store the remote control transmitter away
from excess heat or humidity.
Remote Control Transmitter
3. Operation buttons on the panel of the remote control
transmitter:
3 button
2 button
1 button
0 button
button
3
for fan HIGH speed
for fan MEDIUM speed
for fan LOW speed
to turn fan OFF
to turn light ON or OFF
Tap
button quickly to turn lights off or on. Hold
button down to increase or decrease lights. If you
press
button in excess of 0.7 seconds, it
becomes a dimmer. The lights vary cyclically in
8 seconds. The light button has an auto resume
function, which keeps the light at the same
brightness as the last time it was turned off.
Remote Control Transmitter
NOTE: Most CFLs are NOT compatible for use with
dimmer controls.
4. Use the fan reverse switch on the switch housing to
optimize the fan for seasonal performance. A ceiling
fan will allow you to raise your thermostat setting in
summer and lower your thermostat setting in winter
without feeling a difference in your comfort.
4
motor housing
CAUTION: Turn fan off at wall switch and let
blades (J) come to a complete stop before manually
activating the reverse switch.
reverse switch
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
4a. In warmer weather, setting the reverse switch
in the LEFT position will result in downward airflow
creating a wind chill effect.
4a
4b
4b. In cooler weather, setting the reverse switch
in the RIGHT position will result in upward airflow
that can help move stagnant, hot air off the ceiling
area.
4c. IMPORTANT: Reverse switch must be set
either completely LEFT or completely RIGHT for
fan to function. If the reverse switch is set in the
middle position, fan will not operate.
4c
CARE AND MAINTENANCE
At least twice each year, lower canopy (B) to check downrod (A) assembly, and then tighten all
screws on fan. Clean motor housing (D) with only a soft brush or lint-free cloth to avoid scratching the
finish. Clean blades (J) with a lint-free cloth. You may occasionally apply a light coat of furniture
polish to wood blades for added protection.
IMPORTANT: Shut off main power supply before beginning any maintenance. Do not use water or a
damp cloth to clean the ceiling fan.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
WARNING: Before beginning work, shut off the power supply to avoid electrical shock.
PROBLEM
Fan does not move.
POSSIBLE CAUSE
1. Reverse switch not engaged.
2. Power is off or fuse is blown.
3. Faulty wire connection.
4. Learning code process between fan
and remote control transmitter may
not have been successful and
learning code was not activated.
Noisy operation.
1. Blades are loose.
2. Cracked blade.
3. Full range dimmer switch.
4. Fan is new.
Excessive wobbling.
1. Blades are loose.
2. Unbalanced blades.
3. Fan not securely mounted.
4. Fan too close to vaulted ceiling.
5. Set screw(s) on motor housing yoke
is (are) not tightened properly.
Fan operates but
light fails.
1. Wires in canopy not wired
properly.
2. Wall switch to fan is off.
CORRECTIVE ACTION
1. Push switch firmly either left or
right.
2. Turn power on or check fuse.
3. Turn power off. Loosen canopy
and check all connections.
4. Turn off power and repeat
instructions in Step 2 on page
16.
1. Tighten all blade screws.
2. Replace blade.
3. Replace with an approved
speed control device.
4. Allow fan a “break in” period of
a few days, especially when
running the fan at Medium and
High speeds.
1. Tighten all blade screws.
2. Switch one blade with a blade
from the opposite side or use
balancing kit (N).
3. Turn power off. Carefully loosen
canopy and verify that mounting
bracket is secure.
4. Use a longer downrod or move
fan to another location.
5. Tighten yoke set screw(s)
securely.
1. Check wires in canopy and, if
necessary, re-wire according to
instructions on pages 12 and 13.
2. Make sure that wall switch to
fan is on.
NOTE: A small amount of "wobble" is normal and should not be considered a defect.
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LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY
The distributor warrants this fan to be free from defects in workmanship and materials 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 distributor agrees to correct any 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 express responsibility of the purchaser. Any damage to the ceiling
fan by accident, misuse or improper installation, or by using parts not produced by the manufacturer
of this fan or affixing accessories not produced by the manufacturer of this fan, are the purchaser's
own responsibility. The distributor assumes no responsibility whatsoever for fan installation during
the limited lifetime warranty. Any service performed by an unauthorized person will render the
warranty invalid.
Due to varying climatic conditions, this warranty does not cover changes in brass finish, rusting,
pitting, tarnishing, corroding or peeling. Brass finish fans maintain their beauty when protected from
varying weather conditions. Any glass provided with this fan is not covered by the warranty.
Any replacement of defective parts for the ceiling fan must be reported within the first year from the
date of purchase. For the balance of the warranty, call our customer service department (at
1-800-643-0067) for return authorization and shipping instructions so that we may repair or replace
the ceiling fan. Any fan or parts returned improperly packaged is/are the sole responsibility of the
purchaser. There is no further express warranty. The distributor disclaims any and all implied
warranties. The duration of any implied warranty which cannot be disclaimed is limited to the limited
lifetime period as specified in our warranty. The distributor shall not be liable for incidental,
consequential or special damages arising at or in connection with product use or performance except
as may otherwise be accorded by law. This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also
have other rights which vary from state to state. This warranty supersedes all prior warranties.
REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
For replacement parts, call our customer service department at 1-800-643-0067, 8 a.m. - 6 p.m., EST,
Monday - Thursday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., EST, Friday.
PART
A
B
C
J
DESCRIPTION
Downrod
Canopy
Mounting Bracket
Blade
PART#
0803772-A
0803772-B
0803772-C
0803772-J
A
B
C
J
Printed in China
PWLI1607
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