INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS Model #9146 READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS WARNING! S H U T P O W E R O F F AT F U S E O R C I R C U I T B R E A K E R . AVERTISSEMENT! COUPER LE COURANT AU NIVEAU DES FUSIBLES OU DU DISJONCTEUR. PREPARING FOR INSTALLATION (Fig.1) Fig. 1 1. Shut off power at the circuit breaker (avertissement! couper le courant au niveau des fusibles ou du disjoncteur) and remove the old fixture including the mounting hardware. 2. Carefully unpack your new fixture and lay out all the parts in a clear area. Take care not to misplace any small parts necessary for installation. 3. Pull the black, white and ground wires out of post (F). B C CONNECTING THE WIRES (Fig. 2) 4. While supporting the fixture, connect electrical wires while supporting the lantern. If your post has a ground wire (green or bare copper), connect the fixture ground wire to it. If not, consult your electrician for proper grounding. After wires are connected, tuck them carefully inside the post cup (D). COMPLETING THE INSTALLATION (Fig. 1) 5. Align the lantern with post (F) and secure with screws (E) ( Part#8/32”*3/8”L). (Fig.1&2) 6. At this point, unscrew the finial (A) and remove the rubber washer (B) and top cover (C) to install 3X60W/E12 bulbs (not included) in accordance with the fixture specification –DO NOT EXCEED THE MAXIMUM WATTAGE RATING!(NE PAS DEPASSER LA PUISSANCE NOMINALE MAXIMALE!) 7. Replace the top cover (C) and rubber washer (B) and secure with the finial (A). Fig.2 FI XTURE WI RES GREEN OR BARE COPPER ( GROUND) FI XTURE WI RES WHI TE FI XTURE WI RES BLACK HOUSE WI RES BLACK ( HOT) HOUSE WI RES WHI TE ( NEUTRAL) HOUSE WI RES GREEN OR BARE COPPER( GROUND) Your installation is now complete. Return power to and test the fixture. “CAUTION-RISK OF FIRE CONSULT A QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN TO ENSURE CORRECT BRANCH CIRCUIT CONDUCTOR” ATTENTION – RISQUE D’INCENDIE, CONSULTER UN ÉLECTRICIEN QUALIFIÉ POUR VOUS ASSURER QUE LES CONDUCTEURS DE LA DÉRIVATION SONT ADÉQUATS. U.S. Patents: D512,176; D515,237 This product is protected by United States Federal and/or State Law, including Patent and/or Copyright laws.