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Emerson Fans
Designed by
HIGH COUNTRY
Ceiling Fan Owner's Manual
Model Number
KF160OI01
Olde Iron with Washed Oak/Honey Maple
Blades
Net Weight:
30.6 Lbs.
Part No. F40BP72830004
Form No. BP7283-4
U.L. Model No.: KF160
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WARNING
WARNING: To avoid fire, shock, and serious personal injury, follow these
instructions.
Safety Instructions
1. Read your owner’s manual carefully and keep it for future reference.
2. Before servicing or cleaning unit, switch power off at service panel and lock
service panel disconnecting means to prevent power from being switched on
accidentally. When the service disconnecting means cannot be locked, securely fasten a warning device, such as a tag, to the service panel.
3. Be careful of the fan and blades when cleaning, painting, or working near the
fan. Always turn off the power to the ceiling fan before servicing.
4. Do not put anything into the fan blades while they are turning.
5. Do not operate reversing switch until fan blades have come to a complete stop.
Additional Safety Instructions for Installation
1. To avoid possible shock, be sure electricity is turned off at the fuse box before
wiring, and do not operate fan without blades.
2. The installation is to be in accordance with the National Electrical Code,
“ANSI/NFPA 70-1999” and Local Electrical Codes. Use the National Electrical
Code if Local Codes do not exist. The ceiling fan must be grounded as a
precaution against possible electrical shock. Electrical installation should be
made or approved by a licensed electrician.
3. The outlet box and joist must be securely mounted and capable of reliably
supporting at least 50 pounds. Use only U.L. outlet boxes listed as
“Acceptable for Fan Support”, and use the mounting screws provided with the
outlet box. Most outlet boxes commonly used for support of light fixtures are
not acceptable for fan support and may need to be replaced. Consult a
qualified electrician if in doubt.
4. The longer downrod furnished with the fan provides the minimum
recommended floor to fan blade clearance for a 9 foot ceiling. The shorter
downrod must be used for an 8 foot ceiling.
5. The fan must be mounted with the fan blades at least 7 feet from the floor to
prevent accidental contact with the fan blades.
6. Follow the recommended instructions for the proper method of wiring your
ceiling fan. If you do not know enough about electrical wiring, have your fan
installed by a licensed electrician.
NOTE: This fan is suitable for use with solid-state speed controls.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, this fan should only be
used with fan speed control Model No. UC7067RC, manufactured by Rhine
Electric Co., Ltd.
WARNING: This product is designed to use only those parts supplied with this
product and/or any accessories designated specifically for use with this product
by Emerson Electric Co. Substitution of parts or accessories not designated for
use with this product by Emerson Electric Co. could result in personal injury or
property damage.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of personal injury, do not bend the blade flange
when installing the blade flanges, balancing the blades or cleaning the fan. Do not
insert foreign objects in between rotating fan blades.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of electrical shock, this fan must be installed with
an isolating wall control/switch.
DATE CODE:
The date code of this fan may be found on the box, stamped in ink on a white label. You should
record this data above and keep it in a safe place for future use.
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This Manual Is Designed to Make it as Easy as Possible for You to
Assemble, Install, Operate and Maintain Your Ceiling Fan
1. Open styrofoam unit containing fan.
Remove top half of styrofoam unit.
Remove parts and check to see that
you have received the following parts:
NOTE: If you are uncertain of part
description, refer to exploded view
illustration.
Tools Needed for Assembly
One Phillips head screwdriver
One wire stripper
One stepladder
Six wire connectors (supplied)
Three 60-watt (max.) candelabra base bulbs
Three 40-watt (max.) cnadelabra
base round bulbs
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Fan motor housing assembly
One upper glass
One ceiling cover
One decorative cover
Five fan blades
Five blade flanges
One hanger bracket
One hanger ball/downrod assembly
One 3-1/2” downrod
One decorative cap
One finial nut
One lower glass
One decorative scroll assembly
One light fitter adapter
One light fitter assembly
One remote control transmitter
One remote control receiver
One loose parts bag, containing:
1. Two 1-1/4” threaded studs
2. Two knurled knobs
3. Two lockwashers
4. Seven wire connectors
5. One hairpin clip
6. One clevis pin
7. Eleven 1/4-20 x 11mm pan head
screws with lockwashers
8. Sixteen 10-24 x 9mm truss head screws
9. Sixteen fiber washers
10. Four 8-32 x 12mm pan head screws
11. Three 8-32 x 15mm pan head screws
12. Three #8 flat washers
13. Three #8 rubber washers
14. One nut 1/8 - 27NPS
15. One lockwasher 1/8 - 27NPS
Materials
Wiring, outlet box and box connectors
must be of type required by the local code.
The minimum wire would be a 3-conductor
(2-wire with ground) of the following sizes:
Installed Wire Length
Wire Size A.W.G.
Up to 50 ft.
50-100 ft.
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Unpacking Instructions
For your convenience, check-off boxes are
provided next to each step. As each step is
completed, place a check mark in the box.
This will insure that all steps have been
completed and will be helpful in finding your
place should you be interrupted.
WARNING
!
Do not install or use fan if any part is
damaged or missing. Call Toll-Free:
1-800-654-3545
WARNING
!
This product is designed to use only
those parts supplied with this product
and/or any accessories designated
specifically for use with this product by
Emerson Electric Co. Substitution of
parts or accessories not designated for
use with this product by Emerson Electric
Co. could result in personal injury or
property damage.
NOTE: Place the parts from the loose
parts bags in a small container to keep
them from being lost. If any parts are
missing, contact your local retailer or
catalog outlet for replacement before
proceeding.
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General
Preset Memory Feature
Your Emerson ceiling fan comes equipped
with a remote control transmitter and a
remote control receiver. This remote control systems is designed to control your
ceiling fan speed, airflow direction, and
light intensity.
NOTE: An optional SW115 Wall Control
(not supplied) may also be used with
the remote control receiver supplied
with your ceiling fan.
Your remote control receiver is equipped
with a preset memory feature. The receiver will remember the light intensity and fan
speed when the light and fan are turned off
from the wall switch. When the wall switch
is turned back on, the lights and fan will
resume operation as they were prior to the
switch being turned off.
Installation of Battery
1. Remove the battery cover and install
four AAA alkaline batteries (not supplied), oriented as shown in the
diagram in the battery compartment.
(Figure 1).
IMPORTANT
This Owner’s Manual is divided into
two sections. The first section,
REMOTE CONTROL PROCEDURES,
describes how to install the four alkaline batteries (not supplied) in the
remote control transmitter, and how to
set the operating frequency of the
transmitter and receiver. These instructions must be performed prior to the
installation of the ceiling fan as
described in the second section,
CEILING FAN PROCEDURES.
RECEIVER
SWITCH LEVERS
ON
1 2 3 4
A
AA
A
AA
REMOTE CONTROL
PROCEDURES
CODE
SWITCH
A
AA
A
AA
REMOTE
CONTROL
TRANSMITTER
General
The remote control system is designed to
separately control your ceiling fan and
light intensity. There are four push buttons
on the transmitter (HIGH, MED, LOW,
OFF) to set the fan speed and turn the fan
off. The REV push button changes the airflow direction of the fan blades. The UP
(uplight) and DN (downlight) push buttons
turn the lights on and off and controls the
light intensities. The red indicator light will
illuminate while any button is pressed,
indicating that the battery is good.
BATTERY COVER
Figure 1
Setting Operating
Frequency of Transmitter
and Receiver
Your remote control transmitter and
receiver have code switches which must
be set on one of 16 possible code combinations. The four levers (numbered 1, 2, 3,
and 4) on the switches are factory-set in
the ON (up) position. Do not use this
setting. Change the switch settings as
follows:
1. On the remote control transmitter,
locate the code switch just above the
battery compartment (Figure 1).
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2. Slide the four switch levers on the code
switch to your choice of ON (up) or
down positions. Use a ball-point pen or
small screwdriver and slide the levers
firmly up or down.
3. In the receiver (Figure 1), slide the four
switch levers to the same positions as
set in the transmitter. Make sure the
levers on both switches are in the same
positions, otherwise the fan will not
operate.
4. Position the battery in the transmitter
battery compartment and replace the
battery cover.
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How to Assemble Your
Ceiling Fan
1. Place the motor housing assembly on a
flat surface with the top of the motor
facing upwards. Place the upper glass
over the motor housing assembly,
aligning the slots in the upper glass
with the mounting holes in the housing
flange (Figure 2). Install three 8-32 x
15mm screws, flat washers, and rubber
washers (supplied) to secure the
assembly.
Electrical Requirements
Your new ceiling fan will require a grounded electrical supply line of 120 volts AC,
60 Hz, 15 amp circuit.
The outlet box must be securely anchored
and capable of withstanding a load of at
least 50 pounds.
2. Place the motor housing/upper glass
assembly onto the lower foam pad with
the bottom of the motor facing you. The
lower pad serves as a holder for the fan
during the first stages of assembly.
WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire, electric
shock, or personal injury, mount fan
to outlet box marked “Acceptable for
Fan Support”, and use screws supplied with outlet box. Most outlet
boxes commonly used for support of
light fixtures are not acceptable for
fan support and may need to be
replaced. Consult a qualified electrician if in doubt.
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WARNING
Turning off wall switch is not sufficient. To avoid possible electrical
shock, be sure electricity is turned off
at the main fuse or circuit breaker
box before wiring. All wiring must be
in accordance with National and Local
codes and the ceiling fan must be
properly grounded as a precaution
against possible electrical shock.
CEILING FAN
PROCEDURES
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8-32 x 15mm SCREW (3)
FLAT WASHER (3)
RUBBER WASHER (3)
UPPER
GLASS
MOTOR
HOUSING
ASSEMBLY
WARNING
To avoid possible fire or shock, follow all wiring instructions carefully.
Any electrical work not described in
these instructions should be done or
approved by a licensed electrician.
Figure 2
3. Mount the fan blades to the blade
flanges using three 10-24 x 9mm truss
head screws and three fiber washers
(supplied) (Figure 3).
If your fan is to replace an existing ceiling
light fixture, turn electricity off at the main
fuse box at this time and remove the existing light fixture.
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7. Carefully remove the fan motor housing
assembly from the lower foam pad.
Turn the housing assembly over and
position it on the lower foam pad with
the fan blades resting on the pad so
that the top of the motor faces up.
WARNING
To reduce the risk of personal injury,
do not bend the blade flange when
installing the blade flanges, balancing the blades or cleaning the fan. Do
not insert foreign objects in between
rotating fan blades.
FIBER WASHER (3)
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8. Remove the hanger ball by loosening
the setscrew in the hanger ball until the
ball falls freely down the downrod
(Figure 5). Remove the pin from the
downrod, then remove the hanger ball.
Retain the pin and hanger ball for reinstallation in step 12.
10-24 X 9mm
TRUSS HEAD
SCREW (3)
FAN BLADE
PIN
BLADE FLANGE
HANGER
BALL
DOWNROD
Figure 3
4. Remove and discard the three shipping
retainers securing the motor hub in the
motor housing.
NOTE: Take care not to scratch the fan
housing when installing the blade
assemblies.
5. Insert a 1/4-20 x 11mm pan head screw
with lockwashers into each of the two
recessed holes in one of the blade
flanges.
6. Align two of the threaded holes in the
motor with the two cutouts in the
adapter plate (Figure 4). Position the
blade flange on the motor hub so that
the screws in the blade flange align
with the two threaded holes in the
motor hub. Tighten the two screws
securely. Repeat this procedure for the
remaining four blade assemblies.
ADAPTER
PLATE
Figure 5
NOTE: If you have an eight-foot ceiling,
you will have to use the 3-1/2” downrod
(supplied) in order to maintain the necessary blade-to-floor clearance of
seven feet.
9. Unscrew the two upper setscrews
(Figure 6) until they clear the inside of
the motor coupling. Then separate,
untwist and unkink the four 80” motor
leads. Route the motor lead wires
through the downrod. Align the clevis
pin holes in the downrod with the holes
in the motor coupling. Install the clevis
pin and secure with the hairpin clip
(Figure 6). The clevis pin must go
through the holes in the motor coupling
and the holes in the downrod. Be sure
to push the straight leg of the hairpin
clip through the hole near the end of
the clevis pin until the curved portion of
the hairpin clip snaps around the clevis
pin. The hairpin clip must be properly
installed to prevent the clevis pin from
working loose. Pull up on the downrod
to make sure the clevis pin is properly
installed.
CUTOUT FOR
FLANGE SCREW
ACCESS
BLADE
FLANGE
Figure 4 1/4-20 x 11mm PAN HEAD SCREW
WITH LOCKWASHER (2)
SETSCREW
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tight against the pin and securely tighten the setscrew in the hanger ball.
A loose setscrew could create fan
wobble.
WARNING
It is critical that the clevis pin in the
motor coupling is properly installed
and the setscrews securely tightened. Failure to verify that the pin
and setscrews are properly installed
(as shown in Figure 5) could result in
the fan falling.
DOWNROD
DECORATIVE
COVER
GROMMET
HAIRPIN
CLIP
DOWNROD
SETSCREW (2)
Figure 6
DECORATIVE
SCROLL
ASSEMBLY
MOTOR
COUPLING
CLEVIS PIN
10. Tighten the setscrews (Figure 6) securely while pulling up on the downrod.
NOTE: The setscrews must be properly
installed as described above, or fan
wobble could result.
40-WATT CANDELABRA
BASE ROUND BULB (3)
NOTE: If you installed the 3-1/2” downrod, the decorative scroll assembly and
decorative cover will not be installed.
Disregard the next step.
Figure 7
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11. Make sure the grommets are properly
installed in the decorative scroll
assembly and in the decorative cover.
Slide the decorative scroll over the
downrod until it rests on the motor
housing. (Figure 7). Then slide the
decorative cover over the downrod
until it rests on the top of the decorative scroll.
WARNING
It is critical that the pin in the hanger
ball is properly installed and the
setscrew securely tightened. Failure
to verify that the pin and setscrew
are properly installed could result in
the fan falling.
PIN
CEILING COVER
12. Place the ceiling cover over the downrod. Then reinstall the hanger ball
(Figure 8) on the downrod as follows.
Route the four 80” motor leads through
the hanger ball and slide the hanger
ball over the downrod. Position the pin
through the two holes in the downrod
and align the hanger ball so the pin is
captured in the groove in the top of the
hanger ball. Pull the hanger ball up
HANGER BALL
SETSCREW
DOWNROD
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1. Securely attach the hanger bracket to
the outlet box using the two screws
supplied with the outlet box (Figure 10).
13. The fan comes with blue, orange, black
and white leads that are 80” long. Before
installing the fan, measure up approximately 6 to 9-inches above top of hanger
ball/downrod assembly. Cut off excess
leads and strip back insulation 1/2” from
end of leads.
14. Screw the three 40-watt (maximum) candelabra base round bulbs into the sockets in the motor housing (Figure 7).
15. You have now completed the initial
assembly of your new ceiling fan. You
can now proceed with hanging and
wiring your fan.
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OUTLET
BOX
TWO SCREWS
SUPPLIED
WITH
OUTLET BOX
WARNING
Figure 10
The fan must be hung with at least 7'
of clearance from floor to blades
(Figure 9).
AT LEAST
7'
TAB
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WARNING
NOTE: CEILING COVER, SUPPLY WIRES AND FAN
WIRES OMITTED FOR CLARITY.
The outlet box and joist must be
securely mounted and capable of
supporting at least 50 lbs. Use only a
U.L. outlet box listed as “Acceptable
for Fan Support”.
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WARNING
Failure to seat tab in groove could
cause damage to electrical wires and
possible shock or fire hazard.
FLOOR
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HANGER
BRACKET
2. Carefully lift the fan and seat the hanger ball/downrod assembly on the hanger bracket that was just attached to the
outlet box (Figure 11). Be sure the
groove in the ball is lined up with the
tab on the hanger bracket (Figure 10).
CEILING
Figure 9
WARNING
Hanger bracket must seat firmly
against outlet box. If the outlet box is
recessed, remove wall board until
bracket contacts box. If bracket
and/or outlet box are not securely
attached, the fan could wobble or
fall.
How to Hang
Your Ceiling Fan
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OUTLET
BOX
HANGER
BRACKET
WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire, electric
shock, or personal injury, mount fan
to outlet box marked “Acceptable for
Fan Support”, and use screws supplied with outlet box. Most outlet
boxes commonly used for support of
light fixtures are not acceptable for
fan support and may need to be
replaced. Consult a qualified electrician if in doubt.
HANGER BALL/
DOWNROD
ASSEMBLY
Figure 11
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WARNING
To avoid possible fire or shock, do
not pinch wires between the hanger
ball/downrod assembly and hanger
bracket.
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How to Wire
Your Ceiling Fan
2. Refer to Figure 12 and 13 and connect
the receiver wires to the supply wires
and the fan motor wires as follows:
a. Securely connect the green grounding
wires from the hanger ball and the
hanger bracket to the supply grounding
conductor (this may be a bare wire or a
wire with green insulation).
b. Securely connect the supply white
(neutral) wire to the receiver white
(AC IN N) wire.
c. Securely connect the supply black wire
(hot) wire to the receiver black (AC IN
L) wire.
d. Securely connect the fan motor white
wire to the receiver white (TO MOTOR
N) wire.
e. Securely connect the fan motor black
wire to the receiver black (TO MOTOR
L) wire.
f. Securely connect the fan motor blue
wire to the receiver blue (FOR
BOTTOM LIGHT) wire.
g. Securely connect the fan motor orange
wire to the receiver orange (FOR
UPPER LIGHT) wire.
If you feel that you do not have enough
electrical wiring knowledge or experience, have your fan installed by a
licensed electrician.
WARNING
Turning off wall switch is not sufficient. To avoid possible electrical
shock, be sure electricity is turned
off at the main fuse or circuit breaker
box before wiring. All wiring must be
in accordance with National and
Local codes and the ceiling fan must
be properly grounded as a precaution against possible electrical
shock.
CAUTION: To reduce the risk of electrical shock, disconnect the electrical
supply circuit before installing the fan,
light kit or receiver.
1. Position the supply wires to the left side
of the outlet box (Figure 12); position
the fan wires to the right side. Partially
insert the remote control receiver (flat
side up) until one end rests on the
hanger ball as shown in Figure 12.
NOTE: Make all wiring connections
using wire connectors (supplied). Make
sure that all connections are tight,
including ground, and that no bare wire
is visible at the wire connectors, except
for the ground wire.
Check to see that all connections are
tight, including ground, and that no
bare wire is visible at the wire connectors, except for the ground wire.
Do not operate fan until blades are in
place. Noise and fan damage could
result.
RECEIVER WHITE
WIRE
RECEIVER BLACK WIRE
SUPPLY WHITE WIRE
(NEUTRAL)
AC IN L
ANTENNA
GREEN GROUND WIRE
FROM HANGER BRACKET
1-1/4" THREADED
STUD (2)
FAN BLACK
WIRE
FAN BLUE WIRE
FAN WHITE WIRE
Figure 12
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PER LI
GREEN GROUND WIRE
FROM HANGER BALL
TO MO
TOR N
FOR BO
TTOM LIG
HT
GROUND WIRE
GHT
RECEIVER BLACK
WIRE
RECEIVER
BLUE WIRE
N
FOR UP
A C IN
RL
SUPPLY BLACK
WIRE (HOT)
WARNING
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ORANGE WIRE
FAN ORANGE
WIRE
RECEIVER WHITE
WIRE
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STANDARD ON-OFF WALL
SWITCH OR OPTIONAL SW115
BLACK
WALL CONTROL
BLACK
(HOT)
TO
120VOLT
SUPPLY
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BLACK
WHITE
WHITE
WHITE
GROUND
BLACK
TWO-CONDUCTOR
CABLE (WITH
GROUND)
BLUE
BLACK
BLUE
WHITE
ORANGE
GREEN WIRE (GROUND)
FROM HANGER BALL AND
HANGER BRACKET
Figure 13
ORANGE
HANGER BALL
3. Push the wires and connectors up into
the outlet box while inserting the receiver fully into the hanger bracket. Position
the antenna wire on top of the receiver.
4. Screw the two 1-1/4” threaded studs
(supplied) into the tapped holes in the
hanger bracket (Figure 12).
5. Lift the ceiling cover up to the threaded
studs and turn until the studs protrude
through the holes in the ceiling cover
(Figure 13).
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WARNING
To avoid possible fire or shock, make
sure that the electrical wires are
completely inside the outlet box and
not pinched between the ceiling
cover and the ceiling.
NOTE: If you wish to operate your ceiling fan with the downlight fixture
attached, perform steps 7 and 8.
Otherwise, skip to step 9.
6. Secure the ceiling cover in place by
sliding lockwashers (supplied) over the
threaded studs and installing the two
knurled knobs (supplied). (Figure 14).
Tighten the knurled knobs securely
until the ceiling cover fits snugly against
the ceiling.
7. For Operating Your Fan With the
Downlight Fixture. Remove the threaded plug from the light fitter adapter.
Feed the black and white wires of the
light fitter assembly through the hole in
the adapter and screw the threaded
nipple of the light fitter into the adapter
hole (Figure 15). Install nut and lockwasher onto threaded nipple inside of
adapter and securely tighten.
CEILING
COVER
NUT
THREADED
PLUG
LOCKWASHER
(2)
KNURLED
KNOB (2)
WHITE
LOCKWASHER
LIGHT
FITTER
ADAPTER
LIGHT FITTER
THREADED
STUD (2)
Figure 15
Figure 14
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NIPPLE
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8. Connect the white wire from the light
fitter to the white wire from the motor
(Figure 16). Connect the black wire
from the light fitter to the black wire
from the motor. Make sure connectors
are fully engaged.
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10. Screw in three 60-watt (maximum)
candelabra base bulbs into the light
fitter sockets (Figure 18). Remove and
retain the nut and rubber washer from
the light fitter threaded nipple. Place
the lower glass over the threaded
nipple and secure in place using the
rubber washer and nut. Place the
decorative cap over the threaded
nipple, then screw on the finial nut and
securely tighten.
LIGHT FITTER
ADAPTER
WHITE
WIRE
ADAPTER
PLATE
60-WATTCANDELABRA
BASE BULB (3)
BLACK
WIRE
LIGHT FITTER
SOCKET
Figure 16
THREADED
NIPPLE
9. Position the adapter/light fitter assembly over the adapter plate and secure
using three 8-32 x 12mm pan head
screws (Figure 17).
RUBBER WASHER
LOWER GLASS
NUT
DECORATIVE
CAP
8-32 x 12mm PAN HEAD
SCREW (3)
Figure 18
FINIAL NUT
11. Your ceiling fan is now installed and
wired to be controlled by your remote
control system.
ADAPTER/
LIGHT FITTE
ASSEMBLY
Figure 17
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Operating Your
Ceiling Fan
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Installation of
Storage Bracket
IMPORTANT
Fan installation must be completed,
including the installation of the fan
blades, before testing of the remote
control.
Your remote control (Figure 19) has full
control of your fan and light.
1. Restore electrical power to the outlet
box by turning the electricity on at the
service panel.
2. To set the desired fan speed, press the
HIGH, MED, or LOW buttons to operate your fan on high, medium, or low
speed.
3. To turn your fan off, press the OFF
button.
4. To change the airflow direction of the
fan blades, press the REV button. The
direction the fan blades turn will change
each time the REV button is pressed.
5. To turn the downlight on, press and
release the DN button. The light will
turn on at the light intensity previously
selected.
6. To turn the uplight on, press and
release the UP button. The light will
turn on at the light intensity previously
selected.
7. To vary the intensity of the light, hold
the DN or UP button down until the
desired light intensity is reached, then
release the button.
Red light should turn on when any button is pressed. If the light does not
come on, replace the battery.
A storage bracket is supplied with the
remote control for holding the transmitter
when not in use. If you desire to use the
bracket, use the two screws (supplied)
and install it on a wall that is away from
excess heat or humidity.
UP
DN
HIGH
MED
REMOTE
CONTROL
TRANSMITTER
LOW
OFF
REV
®
Figure 19
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Maintenance
Accessories
IMPORTANT CARE INSTRUCTIONS
for your Ceiling Fan
1. Downrod Extension Kits (see store or
catalog).
Periodic cleaning of your new ceiling fan is
the only maintenance that is needed.
2. Ceiling Fan Controls (see store or catalog).
When cleaning, use only a soft brush or
lint free cloth to avoid scratching the finish.
!
The use of any other control not
specifically approved for this fan
could result in fire, shock and personal injury.
Abrasive cleaning agents are not required
and should be avoided to prevent damage
to finish.
!
WARNING
WARNING
!
Do not use water when cleaning your
ceiling fan. It could damage the
motor or the blades and create the
possibility of an electrical shock.
WARNING
This product is designed to use only
those parts supplied with this product and/or any accessories designated specifically for use with this
product by Emerson Electric Co.
Substitution of parts or accessories
not designated for use with this
product by Emerson Electric Co.
could result in personal injury or
property damage.
INSTRUCTION TO THE USER
(if device contains a digital device)
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.
This equipment has been certified to comply with the limits for a Class B computing device,
pursuant to FCC Rules. In order to maintain compliance with FCC regulations, shielded
cables must be used with this equipment. Operation with non-approved equipment or
unshielded cables is likely to result in interference to radio and TV reception. The user is
cautioned that changes and modifications made to the equipment without the approval of
manufacturer could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.
This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian InterferenceCausing Equipment Regulations.
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WARNING: FOR YOUR OWN SAFETY TURN OFF POWER AT FUSE BOX
!
OR CIRCUIT BREAKER BEFORE TROUBLE SHOOTING YOUR FAN.
Trouble Shooting
TROUBLE
1. Fan will not
start.
PROBABLE CAUSE
SUGGESTED REMEDY
1. Fuse or circuit breaker
blown.
2. Loose power line connections
to the fan, or loose switch wire
connections in the switch
housing.
3. Wall switch is off.
4. Defective battery in remote
control transmitter.
1. Check main and branch
circuit fuses or circuit breakers.
2. Check line power connections
to fan and switch wire
connections in the switch
housing.
3. Turn on wall switch.
4. Check that the battery is good
(red indicator light should
illuminate when any button is
pressed).
5. Check that both code switches
are set in the same positions.
5. Code switches in remote
control receiver and transmitter
are not set in the same position.
!
2. Fan sounds
noisy.
1. Blades not attached to fan.
1.
2. Screws securing fan blade
flanges to motor are loose.
2.
3. Wire connectors inside switch
housing rattling.
3.
!
3. Fan wobbles
excessively.
WARNING: Make sure
main power is turned off.
Attach blades to fan before
operating.
Check to make sure the screws
which attach the blade flanges
to the motor are tight.
Check to make sure wire
connectors in switch housing
are not rattling against each
other or against the interior wall
of the switch housing.
WARNING: Make sure main
power is turned off.
Tighten screws securely.
4. Screws holding blades to
4.
flanges are loose.
5. Loose screws in motor housing. 5. Check to make sure all screws
in motor housing are snug
(not over-tight)
1. Setscrew in motor coupling is
1. Raise coupling cover and tighten
not tightened securely.
setscrew securely.
2. Setscrew in the hanger ball/
2. Tighten the setscrew in the
downrod assembly is loose.
hanger ball/downrod assembly.
3. Screws securing fan blade
3. Check to be sure screws which
flanges to motor are loose.
attach the fan blade flanges
to the motor are tight.
4. Fan blade flanges not seated
4. Check to be sure that the
properly.
screws securing the fan
blade flanges seat firmly.
5. Hanger bracket and/or ceiling
5. Tighten the hanger bracket
outlet box is not securely
screws to the outlet box, and/or
fastened.
secure outlet box.
6. Fan blades out of balance.
6. Interchanging an adjacent (side
by-side) blade pair can
redistribute the weight and result
in smoother operation.
Or use supplied balancing kit to
balance blades.
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Repair Parts Listing
Key
No.
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2
3
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5
6
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8
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Description
Hanger Pack, Consisting of:
Hanger Bracket
Hanger Ball
Downrod
Parts Bag, Containing:
Wire Connector (7)
Threaded Stud, 8-32 X 1-1/4” (2)
Knurled Knob (2)
Lockwasher (2)
Hairpin Pin
Clevis Pin
Screw, Truss Head,
10-24 x 9mm (16)
Washer, Fiber (16)
Screw, Pan Head with Lockwasher,
1/4-20 x 11mm (11)
Screw, Pan Head, 8-32 x 12mm (4)
Screw, Pan Head 8-32 x 15mm (3)
Washer, Flat #8 (3)
Washer, Rubber, #8 (3)
Nut, 1/8-27NPS (1)
Lockwasher, 1/8 - 27NPS (1)
Cover, Ceiling
Cover, Decorative
Scroll Assembly, Decorative
Blade Set (full set for one fan)
Flange Set (full set for one fan)
Harness Assembly, Wiring
Adapter, Fitter
Fitter Assembly, Light
Glass, Lower
Glass, Upper
Cap, Decorative
Nut, Finial
Downrod, 3-1/2”
Receiver, Remote Control
Transmitter, Remote Control
Owner's Manual
Part Number
Model No.
KF160OI01
761655-37
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762652-OI
762698-OI
762699-OI
762635-6
762723-OI
762704
762703-OI
763206
762702
762701
762706-OI
762707-OI
761631-42
762670-2
762402
BP7283-4
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14
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16
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28
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24
22
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Before discarding packaging material, be certain
all parts have been removed.
HOW TO ORDER REPAIR PARTS
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DN
HIGH
MED
WHEN ORDERING REPAIR PARTS, ALWAYS GIVE THE
FOLLOWING INFORMATION:
• PART NUMBER
• PART DESCRIPTION
• NAME OF ITEM
• MODEL NUMBER
The model number of your Fan will be found on a label
attached to the top housing.
For repair parts, phone 1-800-654-3545.
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LIMITED WARRANTY
What The Warranty Covers:
This warranty covers the motor and the other components and accessories of your Emerson ceiling fan against all
defects in workmanship and materials. You must be the original purchaser or user of the product to be covered.
What The Period Of Coverage Is:
As it applies to the motor, this warranty will last for the lifetime of your ceiling fan. All other components and
accessories are covered by this warranty for one year from the date you purchased your ceiling fan. ANY IMPLIED
WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, MADE WITH RESPECT TO
COMPONENTS AND ACCESSORIES IS ALSO LIMITED TO ONE YEAR.
What Will Emerson Electric Co. Do To Correct Problems:
Emerson Electric Co. will replace a defective Emerson Air Comfort Ceiling Fan motor, blade, component or other
accessory at no charge to you. If repair of the motor or blades is not practical or possible within a reasonable time and
no replacement can be provided, Emerson will refund the actual purchase price of your fan. WE WILL SHIP THE
REPAIRED PRODUCT OR REPLACEMENT TO YOU AT NO CHARGE, BUT YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL COSTS OR
REMOVAL, REINSTALLATION AND SHIPPING OF THE PRODUCT TO EMERSON ELECTRIC CO.
How Can You Get Service:
YOU MUST HAVE PROOF OF YOUR PURCHASE OF THE CEILING FAN TO OBTAIN LIMITED WARRANTY SERVICE.
KEEP YOUR RECEIPT OR OTHER PROOF OF PURCHASE. You can return the product to our factory or to your nearest
authorized service center.
• To return the product to the factory, obtain a return authorization and service identification tag by writing to Air
Comfort Products, Division of Emerson Electric Co., 8100 W. Florissant Ave., St. Louis, MO 63136. Include all model
numbers shown on the product with your request.
• To return the product to an authorized service center, call 1-800-654-3545 for the address of the nearest authorized
service center.
You will be responsible for all insurance, freight or other transportation charges to our factory or authorized service
center. Your Emerson Air Comfort Ceiling Fan should be properly packed to avoid damage in transit since we will not
be responsible for any such damage.
What Is Not Covered:
The glass globes and light bulbs of your ceiling fan are not covered by this warranty. This warranty also does not cover
any defects, malfunctions or failures caused by:
• Repairs by persons not authorized by Emerson Electric Co.,
• Use of parts or accessories not authorized by Emerson Electric Co.,
• Mishandling, improper installation, modifications or damage to your ceiling fan while in your possession, or
• Unreasonable use, misuse, abuse, including failing to do reasonable and necessary maintenance, and normal wear
and tear.
Additionally, this warranty and any implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose are voided
when:
• The original purchaser or user ceases to own the product, or
• The fan is moved from its original point of installation.
This warranty is only valid within the 50 states of the United States and the District of Columbia. No other written or
oral warranties apply, and no employee, agent, dealer or other person is authorized to give any warranties on behalf of
Emerson Electric Co.
REPAIR, REPLACEMENT OR A REFUND ARE THE EXCLUSIVE REMEDIES AVAILABLE UNDER THIS WARRANTY AND
EMERSON IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR DAMAGES OF ANY KIND, INCLUDING INCIDENTAL AND CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES. Incidental damages include but are not limited to such damages as loss of time and loss of use.
Consequential damages include but are not limited to the cost of repairing or replacing other property which was
damaged if this product does not work properly.
How State Law Relates To The Warranty:
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages so the above exclusion or
limitation may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which
vary from state to state.
Air Comfort Products
DIVISION OF EMERSON ELECTRIC CO.
8100 W. Florissant ¥ St. Louis, MO 63136
Part No. F40BP72830004
Printed in China 08/06
Form No. BP7283-4
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