Please handle this product with care and inspect it regularly to ensure it is in good working order.
If the product, power supply cord or plug shows any signs of damage: stop use, unplug and contact Kogan.com support.
Caution: read all instructions and warnings carefully before use.
1.If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by manufacturer or its service agent or a similarly qualified person in order to avoid a hazard.
2.To protect against the risk of electrical shock, do not immerse the unit, cord or plug in water or other liquid.
3.This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety. Young children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
4.When the appliance is not in use and before cleaning, unplug the appliance from the outlet.
5.Keep electrical appliances out of reach from Children or infirm persons. Do not let them use the appliances without supervision.
6.When the fan was assembled, the rotor blade guard shall not be taken off anymore
-Prior cleaning unplug the fan.
-The rotor guard shall not be dissembled/opened to clean the rotor blades.
-Wipe the fan enclosure and rotor blade guard with a slightly damp cloth.
Note: all pictures in this manual are for explanation purposes only. Any discrepancy between the images shown and the actual product are purely cosmetic.
- Take out the base tube, knob for fixed base tube and the round base from the packing carton;
- Insert the tube into the round base, making sure to align the positioning screw with the base.
- Loosen the fastening knob, adjust the height of the inner tube, then retighten the knob.
- Take the control part of the fan out from the packing carton, loosen the fastening screw at the back of the box. Insert the inner tube into the bottom hole, making sure that the fastening screw and the fastening knob are in the same position.
- Usage of the remote control hook: with the straight face of the hook facing upwards, clip the hook onto the inner tube along with the opening. The hook can then be moved up and down along the tube (Fig 1). The hook of the remote control may be linked to the hole for storage when note in use (Fig 2).
Guard and Fan Blade Assembly
- Unscrew and remove the spinner clockwise (or obtain from the parts bag), and the plastic nut counter-clockwise. You may have to hold the shaft in place with one hand to unscrew the spinner with the other. Position the rear guard against the motor face so that the two pins on the motor face fit through the matching holes in the rear guard. Tighten the rear guard into place with the plastic nut (Fig 3).
- Mount the blade set onto the motor shaft through the center hole in the blade set. Insert the pin on the motor shaft into the notches on the back of the blade set. Turn the spinner counter-clockwise onto the shaft to tighten the blade set into place (Fig 4).
- Remove the small screw from the clear plastic clasp on the bottom of the front guard and set aside. Place the front guard over the rear guard so that the tab at the top of the front guard fits over the rear guard rim (Fig 5). Push the two guards together. Close the clasp at the front guard bottom over the rear guard rim, then re-insert and tighten the small screw (Fig 6) that was removed earlier.
Plug in the power adapter. It will "beep" once, then it is in standby mode.
|WARNING - KEEP BATTERIES OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN|
|Swallowing may lead to serious injury in as little as 2 hours or death, due to chemical burns and potential perforation of the oesophagus.
If you suspect your child has swallowed or inserted a button battery immediately call the 24-hour Poisons Information Centre on 1311 26 for fast, expert advice.
Examine devices and make sure the battery compartment is correctly secured, e.g. that Dispose of used button batteries immediately and safely. Flat batteries can still be dangerous.the screw or other mechanical fastener is tightened. Do not use if compartment is not secure.
Tell others about the risk associated with button batteries and how to keep their children safe
Remote Controller (Fig 7)
"" ON/OFF Key
Press this button under standby mode. The fan starts out in normal mode at level 10, then the panel will display "Normal Wind, Level 10". Press this button during use and the fan will turn off to standby mode.
Once started, you can rotate the drive plate clockwise. The fan will increase from the current level of circulation as: Standard Mode 01 to wind 26→ natural mode → sleep mode→ intelligent mode → silent mode
Rotate the drive plate counter-clockwise and the fan will decrease from the current level.
"" MODE Key
By repeatedly pressing this button, the mode will be switched in the following order: Standard Mode ''- Natural Mode '' - Sleep Mode '' - Intelligent Mode '' - Standard Mode ''....
- Standard Mode: air speed is constant, as set by the wind level. 01-26 levels are standard.
- Natural Mode: the fan will simulate natural winds, with windspeed changes which will create the feeling of being out in nature.
- Sleep Mode: the fan will blow slowly and quietly, suitable for use during sleep.
- Intelligent Mode: based on the temperature and wind speed when this mode is started, the speed will change according to the temperature. When the temperature is below 20°C, the fan will stop. If the temperature then rises above 20°C, the fan will start again.
- Silent Mode : fan blows in silent mode; it has a total of nine levels for adjustment.
"" OSC Key
- Once the fan has started, press this button to start or stop the fan oscillating.
"" PRO Key
- While powered on, the tinned power-off can be set. Press the PRO button and it will start the power-off setting mode. The '' icon will be displayed on the fan, flashing once per second.
- If you rotate the driveplate clockwise, the fan will display 0.5 → 1.0 →.... → 7.5 → 8.0 → 00 → 0.5 →.. in cycle. If you recycle the driveplate counter-clockwise, it will cycle in reverse 8.0 → 7.5 → 7.0 ... When setting a time, after 5 seconds with no operation, the timing on the display will flash twice and beep to refer to the setting being successfully set. If the timing button is pressed within the 5 seconds then the timer is cancelled.
- If a timer has been set, the '' icon will be lit up, otherwise it will be off.
- While powered off, pressing the PRO button will set a power-on timer in the same manner as discussed above. To cancel a timer setting, you can press the PRO button once.
Battery Instructions (Fig 8)
Batteries should be installed before using the remote control. It uses a 3V button battery.
- Open the battery cover.
- Install the new battery, paying attention to the polarity markings (+ and -).
- Close the battery cover.
Control Panel (Fig 9)
This has the same functionality as the remote control.
- While working, pressing the function button will toggle the fan between oscillating and blowing in a fixed position. Hold down the function button to put the fan into timer mode. Refer to the operating instructions for the PRO button on the remote control. (To cancel the timer mode, hold down the function button).
- While in standby mode, pressing the function button as normal will have no function. If you hold the function button down, the fan will go into power-on timer mode. Refer to the operating instructions for the PRO button on the remote control. (To cancel the timer mode, hold down the function button).
To adjust the air flow either upwards or downwards, push the guards slightly in the desired
Pivot Angle Adjustment
When adjusting the pivoting angle, hold the guards with your hands and turn it gently.
Screen will turn off in 30s if no operation.
After 12 hours of running uninterrupted, the fan will automatically turn off.
Using the Remote Control
- The remote must be pointed to the receiving window in the fan box during use.
- The remote can be used within 5 metres and 30 degrees from the fan.
- Avoid direct sunlight shining on the receiving window, as this will affect performance.
If the remote is not being used for an extended period of time, the batteries should be removed from the controller to avoid leakage.
The fan has a thermal-fuse that will burn out, switching the fan off if the temperature of the motor gets dangerously high.
Prior to cleaning, the fan should be unplugged from the power supply. The plastic parts should be wiped clean with a soft dry cloth. For stubborn markings, the cloth can be dipped into water mixed with a mild soap, then wiped dry before use again.
Do not use detergents.
Keep the vents on the rear of the motor free from dust.