GetInLight LED Wall Mounted Lighted Bathroom Medicine Cabinet, Touch Sensor Dimming Switch, 3000K(Soft White), ETL Listed, Damp Location Rated, IN-0408-1-18-24-3K Installation guide

GetInLight LED Wall Mounted Lighted Bathroom Medicine Cabinet, Touch Sensor Dimming Switch, 3000K(Soft White), ETL Listed, Damp Location Rated, IN-0408-1-18-24-3K Installation guide
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INLIGHI Lighted Medicine Cabinet
ED" is registered trademarks of Inlight Co. Ltd. All Rights Reserved. SKU #: IN-0408-1-18-24-3K
Model #: EMI.19.LED.A1824
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PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE COMMENCING ATTACH YOUR RECEIPT HERE
INSTALLATION AND RETAIN FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
Purchase Date
Package Contents
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Swing Door
Cabinet
Template
Mounting Bracket
Hanging Rail
Glass Shelf
Slotted Pins
Wood Screws | NOTE: Hardware not shown to actual size. |
Wall Anchors
Wire Nuts
Warranty
3-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
The manufacturer warrants this product to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of five (3) years from date of purchase. This
warranty applies only to the original consumer purchaser and only to products used in normal use and service. If this products is found to be defective,
the manufacturer's only obligation, and your exclusive remedy, is the repair or replacement of the product at he manufacturer's discretion, provided that
the product has not been damaged through misuse, abuse, accident, modifications, alterations, neglect, or mishandling. This warranty shall not apply to
any product that is found to have been improperly installed, set-up, or used in any way not in accordance with the instructions supplied with the product.
This warranty shall not apply to a failure of the product as a result an accident, misuse, abuse, negligence, alteration, or faulty installation, or any other
failure not relating to faulty material workmanship. The manufacturer specifically disclaims any liability and shall not be liable for any consequential or
incidental loss or damage, including labor/expense costs involved in the replacement or repair of said product.
Contact the Customer Service Team at [email protected] or visit www.getinlight.com
Safety Information
e To reduce the risk of death, personal injury or property damage from fire, electric shock, falling parts, cuts/abrasions, and other hazards read all warnings
and instructions included with and on the fixture box and all fixture labels.
e Before installing, servicing, or performing routine maintenance upon this equipment, follow these general precautions.
e Commercial installation, service and maintenance of luminaires should be performed by a qualified licensed electrician.
e For Residental installation: If you are unsure about the installation or maintenance of the luminaires, consult a qualified licensed electrician and check
your local electrical code.
e DO NOT INSTALL DAMAGED PRODUCT!
e This fixture is for indoor use only.
e These instructions do not purport to cover all details or variations in equipment nor to provide every possible contingency to meet in connection with
installation, operation, or maintenance. Should further information be desired or should particular problems arise which are not covered sufficiently for
the purchaser's or owner's purpose, this matter should be referred to Inlight Co. Ltd.
A IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING: RISK OF ELECTRICALSHOCK
e Turn off electrical power at fuse or circuit breaker box before wiring fixture to the power supply.
e Turn off the power when you perform any maintenance.
e Verify that supply voltage is correct by comparing it with the luminaire label information.
e Make all electrical and grounded connections in accordance with the National Electrical Code and any applicable local code regurirements.
e All wiring connections should be capped with UL approved wire connectors.
CAUTION: RISK OF INJURY
e Wear gloves and safety glasses at all times when removing luminaire from carton,installing, servicing or performing maintenance.
e Avoid direct eye contact to the light source while it is on.
e Account for small parts and dispose of packing material, as these may be hazardous to children.
e Mirrors are heavy. Get assistance lifting the unit. This installation is easiest when performed by two people.
WARNING: RISK OF BURN
e Allow fixture to cool before handling. Do not touch enclosure or light source.
e Follow all lamp manufacturer's warnings, recommendations and restrictions for: driver type, burning position, mounting locations/methods,
replacement, and recycling.
CAUTION: RISK OF FIRE
e keep combustible and flammable material away from luminaire and lamp/lens
Pre-Installation
PLANNING INSTALLATION
Compare all parts with the parts listed in the package contents section. If any part appears missing or damaged, do not install and use this light. Contact
customer service.
***CONSULT A LOCAL LICENSED ELECTRICIAN OR ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR IF YOU ARE NOT SURE ABOUT THE INSTALLATION.***
IMPROTANT: Safely dispose of packaging materials. Assistance is required to support fixture during installation.
ESTIMATED ASSEMBLY TIME: 30 minutes to 1 hour
TOOLS REQUIRED
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» Masking Tape
* Wire Stripper & Cutter
* Assorted Drill Bits
SECTION A: PREPARING FOR INSTALLATION
1 Mounting Location 2 Disconnect Power
- Plan the layout of the medicine cabinet and ensure power wiring - Place the wall switch to the "OFF" position. (Fig.1.)
is routed to all installation locations.
- Depending on which type of fuse box you have in your home:
- This fixture is designed to be mounted where there is either | 7-50 0000000000000 meme
a junction box in the wall, or just a Romex NM-Cable on Fig.2. Place either the main (Master) switch to the "OFF" position,
the wall. cutting off power to your entire home OR turn off the individual
switch that provides power to where the fixture will be installed
Fig.3. Place either the main (Msster) switch to the "OFF" position,
cutting off power to your entire home OR turn off the fuse
that provides power to where the fixture will be installed
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- Carefully unpack the fixture. Lay out all parts on a clean
3" (76 mm) surface.
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SECTION B: CONNECT THE WIRES
1 Connect the Wires
- Pull the power supply wires out from the junction box (not included) in the opening, strip 3/8" of bare power supply wires.
- Hold two wires of the same color(one from the medicine cabinet, one from the junction box) next to each other and make sure the two stripped ends
sit tightly against each other to gurantee effective connection later (but do not twitst wires), See o
- Push wires firmly into wire nut (cc). Use your fingers, twist wire nut clockwise until tight. Check for tightness by pulling wires, See O.
one of the wire nuts.
| Ground Wire: Supply Wires: |
' For safety and proper operation, the fixture must be - Connect the Neutral (White) supply wire from the junction !
i properly grounded. box to the Neutral fixture wire (White). '
! - The medicine cabinet ground (Green) wire must be spliced to the - Connect the Hot (Black) supply wire from the junction i
ı green or bare copper ground wire in the junction box using box to the Hot fixture wire (Black). |
Junction Box in the Opening
(Not Included)
BARE COPPER,
OR GREEN
GROUND
BARE COPPER,
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WIRE WIRE
WHITE SUPPLY
WIRE
WHITE FIXTURE
WIRE
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If house supply wires have different wire colors
Medicine Cabinet Cable than black, white and green, say, red color wires.
(This end from the medicine cabinet) | Please consult local licensed electrician for help.
SECTION C: MEDICINE CABINET MOUNTING
1 Mark the Locations Required for the Wall Anchors
- Decide where the medicine cabinet will be placed. Use the
mounting template (C), place the template over the exact
position where you want to hang the medicine cabinet.
- Temporarily stick the template to the wall using masking tape.
Make sure template is level.
- Mark 7 screw holes using a pencil or small screwdriver and
remove the template.
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2 Mount the Hardware
- Drill 6/25" pilot holes at the marked spots in step 1.
See figure 2-A.
- Insert the wall anchors (bb) into the pilot holes. See figure 2-B.
NOTE: Anchors are only required when mirror is being mounted
to the drywall, not needed on studs.
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Anchors
3 Position the Mounting Bracket and Hanging Rail
- Pass the screws (aa) through holes in the mounting bracket (D)
and hanging rail (E), then screw into the wall anchors (bb). Keep
turning screw at least 4 times after it's flush to wall.
NOTE: The angled ends of the mounting bracket and hanging
rail should be facing upwards.
Wall Anchors _
(In the Wall)
Mounting
Bracket
Opening in the Wall
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‚ Wires from Junction Box
Hanging
Rail
4 Connect the Wires to the Power Source
- Use the wire nuts (cc) provided, follow the directions in section B
junction box installation on page 3 for connecting the wires on the
back of the medicine cabinet to the power source.
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Hanging
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for Hanging Rail
Mounting Slots
for Mounting Bracket
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BACK VIEW OF MEDICINE CABINET
SECTION C: MEDICINE CABINET MOUNTING (CONT.)
5 Install the Medicine Cabinet
- Once medicine cabinet is properly wired, carefully hang it by hooking the mounting slot on the back of medicine cabinet onto the mounting bracket (D)
and hanging rail (E).
- Make sure all wires are tucked in the back and that the medicine cabinet is flush with wall. Gently press bottom of the mirror onto wall to makesure
it's frmly attached.
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Rail
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6 Install the Slotted Pins 7 Install the Glass Shelves
- Choose your desired shelf locations and insert the slotted - Install the glass shelves (F) between the slots of the pins. Push one
pins (G) into the holes in the sides of the cabinet. side of the shelf into the left or right pins, see 1) . Snap the shelf
down into the opposite side, see @ . If the shelf is too tight, repeat
the process starting from the opposite side.
Do NOT over load shelves with heavy |
items! Shelf load 3.3 Ibs (1.5kgs) MAX. BN
SECTION D: DOOR INSTALLATION
1 Line the Hinge up with the Mounting Plate
- Line the hinge up with the mounting plate, follow step 2 to step 4
to mount the door by clipping the hinge arms onto the mounting
plates.
2
Attach the Door to the Medicine Cabinet
- Clamp hinge arm to the mounting plate as shown by the direction
arrow, make sure the hinge arm sits on the slotted spot of the
mounting plate before proceeding to the next step.
NOTE: Never leave the door supported with only one hinge
attached, which may cause the hinger to break.
Get help supporting the door if necessary.
Mounting Plate
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STEP COMPLETED
3 Attach the Door to the Medicine Cabinet (Cont.
- Press lightly on the end of the hinge arm to secure the clip
mechanism on the mounting plate.
- Repeat step 2 to 3 to install the other hinge.
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NOTE: Do not store items in the cabinet area directly behind the
hinge, as damage may occur to medicine cabinet or items.
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STEP COMPLETED
4
Press the Cable Connector onto the Adapter
- Plug the cable connector into the adapter slot near the top of the door
Press the cable connector onto the adapter.
- Open and close the door to make sure that the cable does not get
pinched during the process, make adjustments if it does.
- Refer to section F "DOOR ADJUSTMENTS" if door is not positioned
ideally after installed.
SECTION F: DOOR ADJUSTMENTS
1 Preparing for Door Adjustments 2 Adjust the Door Gap
- All cabinet doors have been adjusted in the factory for perfect - Rotate screw A counterclockwise, adjust door gap as desired,
alignment. Before making adjustments to the hinge arm, please then retighten the screw to lock door in place.
check to make sure that the cabinet is installed on a level surface.
NOTE: There are two hinges (upper and lower) inside the cabinet,
- The cabinet door can be adjusted three different ways: door gap, make sure to adjust them both if necessary.
horizontal and vertical alignment, a #2 Philips-Head screwdriver
is needed.
- Remove the door damper before making adjustments, press
gently at the spot as shown by direction arrow.
Screw A
Door Damper
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STEP COMPLETED
3 Adjust the Door Horizontally 4 Adjust the Door Vertically
- Rotate screw B (either clockwise or counterclockwise depends - Rotate screw C and D counterclockwise, adjust door vertically as
on the current door position) to adjust door horizontally, this desired, then retighten screws to lock door in place.
screw DOESN'T need to be retightened.
NOTE: For vertical adjustment, both the upper and lower hinge
NOTE: There are two hinges (upper and lower) inside the cabinet, EA Ade dE e me
make sure to adjust them both if necessary.
Screw C
Screw B
SECTION F: DOOR ADJUSTMENTS (CONT.)
5 Reattach the Door Damper 6 Activate the Light
- Reattach the door damper to the hinger arm as shown by - Turn power on at circuit breaker or replace the fuse.
direction arrows. Push it in gently, if damper is positioned
correctly, it should clip on easily. - Turn on wall switch.
- The wave switch is at the bottom (close to the lower right corner)
of the cabinet, simply wave your hand in front of the switch to turn
light on and off.
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STEP COMPLETED
A D Wave Switch
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INSTATIONATION COMPLETED
SECTION D: TROUBLESHOOTING
Problem Possible Cause Corrective Action
1. Power is off. 1. Check if power supply is on.
2. Faulty Switch. 2. Replace switch.
Fixture doesn't light.
3. Faulty wire connection. 3. Check wiring.
4. Damaged or defect LED driver. 4. Replace the LED driver
Fuse blows or circuit breaker trips when light is turned on. > ra aee circuit Discontinue use and call customer service.
SECTION E: MATINTENACE & CARE
e These lights use light emitting diodes (LEDs) to provide light. LEDs do not have a filament to burn out like a traditional light bulb. LEDs gradually emit
less light over their lifetime, but will typically last 30,000 hours in a residential environment.
® Ensure that the power is disconnected prior to cleaning. Use only a damp cloth to clean. Ammonia or vinegar-based cleaners can damage mirrors.
® A 50/50 solution of water and isopropyl alcohol is recommended for cleaning the mirrors.
e When cleaning, spray the cloth, not the mirroror surround surfaces. Do not use abrasivecleansers on any part of the light fixture.
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