Hunter Highdale Owners Manual

Hunter Highdale Owners Manual
Highdale
Installation Manual
Model: 50405 Noble Bronze
50406 Matte Silver
Fan weight ±2 lbs: 23.4 lbs (10.6 kg)
©2019 Hunter Fan Co.
PG3793 r071819
Congratulations on purchasing your new Hunter® ceiling fan!
The ceiling fan you purchased will provide comfort and performance in your home or office for many years. This instruction manual contains
complete instructions for installing and operating your fan. We are proud of our work and appreciate the opportunity to supply you with the
best ceiling fan available anywhere in the world.
We are here to help!
This Instruction Manual is designed to make installation as simple as possible. While working through this Instruction Manual, keep
your smartphone or tablet nearby. We have added video links to help you through the more technical sections. If you are unfamiliar or
uncomfortable with wiring, contact a qualified electrician. We also provide telephone support at 1.888.830.1326 or visit us
at HunterFan.com.
READ and SAVE These Instructions
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WARNING
Warning
w.1 - To reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock, or personal injury, mount fan directly from building structure and/or an outlet box marked acceptable for fan support of 70 lbs (31.8 kg) and use the
mounting screws provided with the outlet box.
w.2 - To avoid possible electrical shock, before installing or servicing your fan, disconnect the power by turning off the circuit breakers to the outlet box and associated wall switch location. If you
cannot lock the circuit breakers in the off position, securely fasten a prominent warning device, such as a tag, to the service panel.
w.3 – To reduce the risk of electric shock, this fan must be installed with an isolating wall control/switch.
w.4 - To reduce the risk of personal injury, do not bend the blade brackets when installing the blade brackets, balancing the blades, or cleaning the fan. Do not insert foreign objects in between
rotating fan blades.
w.5 - Chemical burn hazard. Keep batteries away from children. This remote contains a lithium button cell battery. If a new or used lithium button/coin cell battery is swallowed or enters the body,
it can cause severe internal burns and can lead to death in as little as 2 hours. Always completely secure the battery compartment. If the battery compartment does not close securely, stop using
the product, remove the batteries, and keep it away from children. If you think batteries might have been swallowed or placed inside any part of the body, seek immediate medical attention.
Dispose of cells properly and keep away from children. Even used cells may cause injury.
w.6 - Non-rechargeable batteries are not to be recharged. Exhausted batteries are to be removed from the product.
Caution
c.1 - All wiring must be in accordance with national and local electrical codes ANSI/NFPA 70. If you are unfamiliar with wiring, use a qualified electrician.
c.2 - Use only Hunter replacement parts.
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.
Caution: modifications not approved by the party responsible for compliance could void user’s authority to operate the equipment.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any
interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
This product conforms to UL Standard 507.
Here are the tools you’ll need to complete your installation:
OPTIONAL
If mounting to a support structure, you will also need these tools.
Ladder
Screwdriver
Drill
Pliers
1
Wire Strippers
9/64” Drill Bit
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7130 Goodlett Farms Pkwy, Suite 400
Memphis TN 38016
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Here is what comes in your box:
We recommend that you pull everything out of the box and lay it out. We have
grouped the drawn components below with the hardware you’ll need for those
parts. The screws below are drawn to scale to make it easier to identify what
piece of hardware is needed to install each component.
Hunter Pro Tip:
Do not discard the hardware bags or mix parts from
different bags. Make note of the symbol printed on
each hardware bag. The symbols can be used to
identify the appropriate hardware for each step.
x2
Wood Screw
Ceiling Bracket
bag
WIre Nut
Washer
x2
x4
Canopy Screw
Canopy
For installing the hanger bracket and wiring the fan
bag
x2
For installing the canopy
Downrod
x15
Blade Nut
bag
Blades
Grommet
x15
x15
bag
Motor
Blade Screw
x5
Light Fixture
x10
Blade Arm
For installing the blades
Blade Arm Screw
x5
x3
Bulb
Spare Parts
bag
For your convenience,
you may receive extra fasteners.
Downrod and Remote
Globe
!
KEEP
DISC
Globe Keeper
D
AR
Remove the shipping blocks from
the motor. Save the screws.
They will be needed for blade
iron installation.
Note:
Fan style may vary.
M3758-01 r090519
Finial Cap
Finial
For installing the light fixture
Find a part that is missing or damaged?
Don’t take it back to the store. Let us make it right. Visit us at HunterFan.com or call us at 1.888.830.1326.
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Choosing the Right Installation Location
You probably bought this fan with a location in mind. Let’s check below to make sure it is a good fit.
Check the room dimensions:
Check the outlet box:
30 inches
from blade tip to
nearest wall or
obstruction
You must be able to
secure the fan to building
structure or fan-rated
outlet box.
7 feet
from bottom edge
of blade to the
floor
Checking the Ceiling Angle:
Standard Mounting
Support Structure
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gle
Support
Structure
ng
Mo
ti
un
An
Ceiling
Outlet Box
(required)
Ceiling
Outlet Box
(required)
If you have a flat ceiling:
Hang your fan by a standard downrod. Some fans come
with a shorter downrod for a Low Profile installation.
If you have an angled or vaulted ceiling:
1. You will need a longer downrod. (sold separately at HunterFan.com)
2. If your ceiling angle is greater than 34°, you will also need an
Angled Mounting Kit. (Sold separately at HunterFan.com)
Angled Mounting
A little more information on Angled Mounting:
For optimum performance and appearance, a longer downrod should
be used with your Hunter ceiling fan when installing on high or angled
ceiling. If your ceiling is angled greater than 34° you will also need an
Angled Mounting Kit. Longer downrods and the Angled Mounting Kit are
sold separately at HunterFan.com.
CEILING
Hunter Pro Tip:
Determining if you need an Angled Mounting Kit:
Fold on the dotted line. Place edge against the wall.
Slide towards the ceiling.
If the guide touches the wall but not the ceiling, you
need an angled mounting kit.
34°
WALL
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Installing the Ceiling Bracket
You have two options for installation. Pick which one works best for your location. Remove any existing
bracket prior to installation. Only use the provided Hunter ceiling bracket that came in your fan’s box.
Hunter Pro Tip:
The machine screws are the ones
that came with your outlet box.
Do this first!
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ow
P
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Tu
OFF
WARNING
To avoid possible electrical shock, before
installing your fan, disconnect the power by
turning off the circuit breakers to the outlet
box associated with the wall switch location.
x2
Washer
Option 2:
Wood Screws
Option 1:
Machine Screws
Use wood screws and
washers (included) when
securing to support structure
with approved electrical
outlet box. Drill 9/64” pilot
holes in support structure
to aid in securing ceiling
bracket with hardware found
in the
hardware bag.
Use machine screws
(provided with outlet box)
and washers when securing
to existing ceiling fan-rated
outlet box. Make sure it is
securely installed and is
acceptable for fan support of
31.8 kg (70 lbs) or less.
bag
D MOUNTING TIP
LE
ANG
For angled ceilings,
point opening
toward peak.
x2
Wood Screw
Installing the Downrod
2
1
8”
&
(not to scale)
STEP
3/8”
3
STRIP
The ground wire attached to the
downrod is approximately 8 inches.
CUT
STEP
Hunter Pro Tip:
STEP
Follow below if you are using the downrod that came pre-assembled in your box. Need to
install a longer or shorter downrod? Check out the guide at the end of this manual.
Tighten the setscrew
with pliers. DO NOT
HAND TIGHTEN.
!
KEEP
WARNING
Remove the pre-installed
setscrew so that the
downrod can be inserted.
Ceiling Bracket
Downrod
FAN FALL HAZARD
Pass all wires to one side of horizontal
bar in downrod assembly. Hand tighten
the downrod (at least 4–5 full turns)
until it stops. Trim the wires coming
from the fan so that 8-inches remain
coming from the top of the downrod.
Hanging Fan
Wiring
Canopy
Blades
To prevent SERIOUS INJURY or DEATH:
• ALWAYS tighten setscrew with pliers.
• DO NOT hand tighten setscrew.
• CHECK the setscrew is tight using pliers
each time you change fan direction.
Light
Remote
Troubleshooting
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Hanging the Fan
S li d e c a n o p y
ove
NOTICE
rd
o
wn
ro d
an d
To prevent damage to fan,
ALWAYS lift holding either the
fan housing or the downrod.
w i re s .
Place the downrod ball into
the slot in the ceiling bracket.
Progress Check:
Your fan should look like this.
Note:
Fan style may vary.
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Ceiling Bracket
Downrod
Hanging Fan
Wiring
Canopy
Blades
Light
Remote
Troubleshooting
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Wiring the Fan
We know wiring is hard. Let’s make it easier.
Follow these steps to get your fan wired quickly and safely. Follow the route below that best matches your wall switch
setup. If you are unfamiliar with wiring or uncomfortable doing it yourself, please contact a qualified electrician.
You are going to need these:
Hunter Pro Tip:
4 Wire Nuts (these are in the
Here is how to connect the wires:
Push the bare metal ends of the wires together and slide a wire
nut over them. Then, twist the wire nut clockwise until tight.
Give it a gentle pull to make sure none of the wires are loose.
bag)
Have a single switch?
Follow these steps:
Connect the white
(grounded) wire
from the ceiling
to the white wire
from the fan.
x4
bag
White
Gr
ou
Connect the black
(ungrounded) wire from
the ceiling to the black
wire from the fan.
Black
ing
rip
e
St
nd
ed
Unground
ow
Yell
Green/
Grounded
Blue
Green/Yellow Stripe
Wire Nut
Connect the three
grounding wires (green,
green/yellow stripe, or
bare copper) coming from
the ceiling, downrod, and
hanging bracket.
Cap the blue wire from the
fan. You will not need it
for single switch wiring.
WARNING
WARNING
Hunter Pro Tip:
The ceiling fan must be grounded. If the
ground wire for the installation site is not
present, immediately STOP installation and
consult a qualified electrician.
All wiring must be in accordance with
national and local electrical codes ANSI/NFPA
70. If you are unfamiliar with wiring or in
doubt, consult a qualified electrician.
Have extra wiring?
Turn the wires upward and push them carefully back through
the hanger bracket into the outlet box. Make sure that the
wires are still attached to the wire nuts.
Have dual switches?
Follow these steps:
Connect the white
(grounded) wire
from the ceiling
to the white wire
from the fan.
x4
bag
White
Gr
ou
Connect the black
(ungrounded) wire from
the ceiling to the black
wire from the fan.
Black
Ceiling Bracket
Downrod
Hanging Fan
ing
rip
e
Green/Yellow Stripe
Blu
e
Connect the second ungrounded
(light) wire from the ceiling to
the blue wire from the fan.
nd
St
ed
Unground
ow
Yell
Green/
Grounded
Ung
r
Wiring
t)
igh
d (l
de
oun
Canopy
Blades
Light
Wire Nut
Connect the three
grounding wires (green,
green/yellow stripe, or
bare copper) coming from
the ceiling, downrod, and
hanging bracket.
Remote
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Installing the Canopy
Insert the two canopy screws
found in the
hardware bag.
x2
bag
Canopy Screw
op
Fi t t h e c a n
yi
n
pla
ce
as s
h o w n.
Lift the canopy into place so that
the screw holes are aligned.
Installing the Blades:
Secure each blade to a blade iron as shown using the blade nuts and grommets, found in
the hardware bag, and the blade assembly screws, found in the
hardware bag.
bag
x15
Grommet
x15
Blade Screw
bag
x15
Blade Nut
IMPORTANT
Repeat x5
NOTE: Follow the instructions on the blade. Installing it
incorrectly could result in your fan not functioning.
!
KEEP
DISC
D
AR
Remember the screws that you
kept after removing the shipping
blocks? You need them for this step.
Lightly attach the blade arms to the motor with
the blade arm screws, then securely tighten
after both screws are attached.
x10
Blade Arm Screw
Repeat x5
Note:
Fan style may vary.
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Ceiling Bracket
Downrod
Hanging Fan
Wiring
Canopy
Blades
Light
Remote
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Assembling the Light
Remove the cardboard plug
guard before proceeding!
Notch
Notch
Notch
Push the connector and
excess wire into the hole at
the top of the light fixture.
IMPORTANT
The connector and excess wiring
must be pushed into the light
fixture in order to successfully
mount the light fixture to the fan.
Connect the plugs from the fan and light fixture.
Make sure to line up the colored markings on
the connectors.
Pin
Raise the light kit to the bottom of the fan.
Align the notch on the mounting ring on the
top of the light kit with the pin in the mounting
bracket on the bottom of the fan.
HOLD HERE
Some components not shown for visual clarity.
Hold the fan body stationary and rotate
the light fixture clockwise to engage the
locking pin.
WARNING
FAN FALL HAZARD
Need a little more help with assembling this light?
Make sure to secure the light fixture.
Visit our light kit video at: http://bit.ly/HunterQuickConnect
Installing the Bulbs and Glass
Metal
Plate
Press the globe, globe keeper,
and finial cap flush against the
metal plate. Screw the finial
onto the threaded rod.
Globe
Repeat x3
Install a bulb into each
of the sockets. When
necessary, replace with
bulbs of same wattage.
Globe
Keeper
Finial Cap
WARNING
Finial
GLASS FALL HAZARD
To prevent SERIOUS INJURY or DEATH, make
sure that glass is properly secured.
Ceiling Bracket
Downrod
Hanging Fan
Wiring
Canopy
Blades
Light
Remote
Troubleshooting
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Preparing the Remote
For your convenience, a remote function card
is packed in with your remote.
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we
Po
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Tu
The remote transmitter is already
paired to the receiver and ready to use.
Dimming mode is off by default.
Note: If your need to pair your remote,
turn fan power off and back on at the
wall switch. Within 3 minutes, press
and hold both the Fan Off button and
the High button for 4 seconds to pair
the remote. To prevent faulty operation,
please ensure all other ceiling fans
within range are turned off at the wall
switch while pairing.
To access the battery compartment,
remove the the battery door to the
transmitter assembly.
Battery Door
ON
IMPORTANT
• Always purchase the
correct size and grade of
battery most suitable for
the intended use.
• Replace all batteries of a
set at the same time.
Quick Press:
Light On/Off
Fan On/Off
• Clean the battery contacts
and also those of the
device prior to battery
installation.
Long Press:
Light Dimming
Fan Speed Up
Fan Speed
Down
• Ensure the batteries are
installed correctly with
regard to polarity (+ and -).
• Remove batteries from
equipment which is not to
be used for an extended
period of time.
The Fan On/Off button turns
the fan on or off. Adjust the
fan speed using the “Fan
Speed Up” or “Fan Speed
Down” directional buttons.
• Remove used batteries
promptly.
Quickly press the Light button to turn
the lights off and on. Hold the Light
button to raise and dim the light level.
NOTICE : DIMMING MODE
Install two AAA batteries, found in the remote control
hardware bag, into the transmitter. Clean the battery
contacts prior to installing the batteries. Please contact
your local battery recycling center for proper battery
disposal information.
To enable dimming, your remote must be set to
Dimming Mode. To toggle Dimming Mode on or off,
long press the “Fan Speed Up” button and “Fan
Speed Down” button.
Installing the Remote Control Cradle
You have two options for installing the remote cradle.
Choose which path works best for you.
Option 1: Using Adhesive Strip
Option 2: Using Screws
Remove the cradle from
the cradle bracket.
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Ceiling Bracket
Separate the lining
from the back of the
adhesive strip on
the cradle bracket.
Downrod
Press the cradle
bracket against the
wall and hold firmly
for 30 seconds.
Hanging Fan
Slide the cradle onto
the mounted bracket.
Choose your cradle
installation location.
If you are installing into drywall, drill two
9/64 width holes using the cradle bracket
as a guide. Gently hammer the included
drywall anchors into the pre-drilled holes.
Wiring
Canopy
Blades
Light
Remote
Troubleshooting
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Troubleshooting
Fan Doesn’t Work
Remote Only Works Close to Fan
• Make sure power switch is on.
•
• Check the circuit breaker to ensure the power is
turned on.
Change battery.
Noisy Operation
• Make sure the blades spin freely.
• Make sure the blades are properly installed.
• Turn off power from the circuit breaker, then loosen
the canopy and check all the connections according
to the wiring diagram.
• Check to see if any of the blades are cracked. If so,
replace all of the blades.
Excessive Wobbling
• Make sure the blades are properly installed on the
blade iron posts.
• Turn the power off, support the fan carefully, and
check that the hanger ball is properly seated.
• Use the provided balancing kit and instructions to
balance the fan.
Multiple Remote Issues
• If you have multiple remotes or multiple remotecontrolled fans installed on the same circuit breaker
and you are experiencing interference or faulty
operation of your remote controls, please go to
www.HunterFan.com/FAQs and click “How do I
properly install multiple remote-controlled fans?” for
information on how to correct this issue.
Remote Control of Fan is Erratic
• Make sure the battery is installed correctly.
• Install a fresh battery.
Hunter Pro Tip:
Cleaning the Fan
Use soft brushes or cloths to prevent scratching.
Cleaning products may damage the finishes.
Limited Lifetime Warranty
Hunter Fan Company grants this limited warranty to the original purchaser of this Hunter
ceiling fan. This document can be found at www.HunterFan.com.
Thank you for choosing Hunter!
How Can Warranty Service Be Obtained?
Proof of purchase is required when requesting warranty service. The original
purchaser must present a sales receipt or other document that establishes proof of
purchase. Hunter, at its sole discretion, may accept a gift receipt. To obtain service,
contact Hunter Fan Company online or by phone.
www.HunterFan.com/Support/Contact-Us/
1-888-830-1326
Please do not ship your fan or any fan parts to Hunter. Delivery will be refused.
What Does This Warranty Cover?
Motor — Limited Lifetime Warranty
If any part of your ceiling fan motor fails during your ownership of the fan due to a
defect in material or workmanship, as determined solely by Hunter, Hunter will provide
you with a replacement fan free of charge.* The foregoing limited warranty applies only
to the motor itself and does not apply to electronic controls – such as remote control
transmitters, remote control receivers, or capacitors – used in conjunction with the
motor. Such electronic control items are included in the one-year limited warranty below.
Other — One-Year Limited Warranty
Except as otherwise indicated throughout this warranty, if any part of your Hunter ceiling
fan fails at any time within one year of the date of purchase due to a defect in material
or workmanship, as determined solely by Hunter, Hunter will provide a replacement part
free of charge.*
Light Kits — Warranty May Vary
Light kits are included in the one-year limited warranty. However, you may qualify for
additional warranty coverage if your fan includes one of the following:
* If no replacement product/part can be provided for your fan, we will provide a comparable or
superior replacement product/part at the sole discretion of Hunter.
What Does This Warranty NOT Cover?
Labor Excluded. This warranty does not cover any costs or fees associated with the labor
(including electrician’s fees) required to install, remove, or replace a fan or any fan parts.
There is no warranty for light bulbs (except where otherwise noted); remote control
batteries; fans purchased or installed outside the United States; fans owned by
someone other than the original purchaser; fans for which proof of purchase has not
been established; fans purchased from an unauthorized dealer; ordinary wear and tear;
minor cosmetic blemishes; refurbished fans; and fans that are damaged due to any
of the following: improper installation, misuse, abuse, improper care, failure to follow
Hunter instructions, accidental damage caused by the fan owner or related parties,
modifications to the fan, improper or incorrectly performed maintenance or repair,
improper voltage supply or power surge, use of improper parts or accessories, failure to
provide maintenance to the fan, or acts of God (e.g. flood).
ORIGINAL PURCHASER’S SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY FOR A CLAIM OF ANY KIND
WITH RESPECT TO THIS PRODUCT SHALL BE THE REMEDIES SET FORTH HEREIN.
HUNTER FAN COMPANY IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL
DAMAGES, DUE TO PRODUCT FAILURE, WHETHER ARISING OUT OF BREACH OF
WARRANTY, BREACH OF CONTRACT, OR OTHERWISE. Some States do not allow the
exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or
exclusion may not apply to you.
ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE APPLICABLE TO THIS PRODUCT ARE LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE PERIOD OF
COVERAGE OF THE APPLICABLE LIMITED WARRANTIES SET FORTH ABOVE. Some States
do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation
may not apply to you.
How Does State Law Affect Warranty Coverage?
This warranty gives you specific legal rights. You may also have other rights which vary
from state to state.
• LED Light Kits — Three-Year Limited Warranty
If your LED light kit module (not including glass components) or LED bulb
fails at any time within three years of the date of purchase due to a defect
in material or workmanship, as determined solely by Hunter, Hunter will
provide a replacement part free of charge.*
Ceiling Bracket
Downrod
Hanging Fan
Wiring
Canopy
Blades
Light
Remote
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Downrod
If you need a different downrod length follow these steps:
Follow steps 1-5 to remove standard downrod pipe
1
10
2
3
9
4
8
Follow steps 6-10 to reassemble with new downrod
5
7
6
WARNING
FAN FALL HAZARD
To prevent SERIOUS INJURY or DEATH:
• ALWAYS follow the downrod assembly
instructions exactly.
• VERIFY the downrod is assembled correctly
by firmly pulling on the hanger ball.
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