Safety and Warnings
- Make sure that the mains voltage matches the voltage stated on the rating label of the appliance.
- Check the power cord regularly for visible damage. If the cord is damaged, cease use contact Kogan support, in order to avoid danger.
WARNING: Do not use the appliance if its cord, plug, or housing is damaged, or if it malfunctions or has been dropped or damaged in any way.
- Do not use the appliance in confined spaces with explosive or toxic vapours.
- The appliance is not intended to be used by children under the age of 8. It can be used by children over the age of 8, as long as they are given continuous supervision.
- This appliance is not intended to be used by persons with reduced physical, sensory, or mental capabilities, or lack of experience or knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning the use of the appliance in a safe way by a person responsible for their safety, and understand the hazards involved.
- Supervise young children to make sure that they do not play with the appliance. Close supervision is necessary when the appliance is being used by or near children.
- Keep the appliance and its cord out of reach of children under the age of 8.
- Do not try to repair the appliance by yourself. Contact Kogan Support for advice.
- Cleaning and maintenance must be carried out according to this instruction manual to make sure the appliance functions properly. Turn off and unplug the appliance before cleaning it.
- Cleaning and maintenance tasks must not be carried out by children.
- Make sure the fan is not placed near drapes, curtains, or any object that may be drawn into the fan.
- Never attach the fan to a powerpoint, but to the ceiling itself.
- The minimum distance between the fan blades and the floor must be 2.3 m. The minimum carrying capacity of the outlet box from which the fan is hung must be 45 kg.
- Make sure you install an all-pole disconnection switch with a minimum distance of 3 mm between poles in the supply wiring to the ceiling fan.
- Make sure the installation site will not allow the rotating fan blades to come into contact with any object and that there is a minimum distance of 150mm (6”) from the blade tip to the wall or ceiling. Please note that the bigger this distance is, the more airflow the fan will produce.
- Switch off the power before connecting or repairing the fan.
- The electrical wiring must be in accordance with the local regulations. The fan must be properly grounded to avoid the risk of electric shocks.
- Never mount the fan in a moist or wet room. Be careful when working near the rotating blades.
- This appliance must be installed in accordance with the national electrical installation regulations.
WARNING: In order to ensure your children’s safety, please keep all packaging (plastic bags, boxes, polystyrene etc.) out of their reach.
IMPORTANT: Shut off the main electric switch during installation or maintenance. It is recommended to switch off the plug of the automatic switch before the fan (It is not enough to switch off).
- Do not use outdoors. The product must be installed in a dry place, where it is not exposed to water or moisture.
- Do not connect the fan motor to a dimmer switch. This could result in malfunction or motor damage.
- It is not recommended that ceiling fans and gas appliances operate in the same room at the same time.
- The fan must be completely turned off and stopped before reversing the fan direction. This will prevent the fan motor and controller from getting damaged (if installed).
- Do not insert any object into the fan blades during operation. This will damage the blades and upset the balance of the fan causing the unit to wobble.
- After the fan is completely installed make sure all base and fan blade fixings are secured and tightened to prevent any problems.
- Some of the connections may loosen due to the fan’s natural movement. Check the support connections brackets and blade attachments twice a year to make sure they remain secure. If any are loose, tighten.
- Do not touch the appliance with wet hands or feet
- Never expose the appliance to atmospheric conditions (rain, sun…).
- Do not use the device next to potentially explosive or inflammable liquids or gases.
- This product is intended for household use ONLY and not for commercial/industrial or outdoor use.
- Keep batteries out of the reach of children and animals, they could cause damage if swallowed. If they were swallowed, contact your doctor immediately.
- If any visible signs of damage, holes or deterioration are observed, avoid direct contact between batteries and skin or eyes. If batteries leak and come into contact with your eyes, immediately wash them with clean water and contact your doctor.
Tools and material required (not included)
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- Mounting bracket
- Down rod and hanging ball
- Fan motor housing
- LED light
- Glass shade
- Screw kit, mounting bracket hardware (wire nuts, rubber washers) and attachment hardware.
- Remote control
- Flat-blade screwdriver
- Adjustable pliers or wrench
- Step ladder
- Electrical tape
Unpack your ceiling fan carefully, remove all parts and components, and lay on a cloth or soft surface to avoid damage. Do not lay the motor housing on its side, the housing may get damaged. Before commencing installation, check that all parts are included.
Warning: All electrical tasks should only be undertaken after disconnection of electricity by removing fuses or turning off the circuit breaker to avoid the risk of electric shock.
Installation of The Mounting Bracket
The hanger bracket must be screwed on to a firm, flat surface. The structure to which it is installed must be able to withstand ten times the static weight of the fan.
If you intend to install the ceiling fan onto a wooden joist, 2 self-tapping screws provided should be enough to support the ceiling fan. The washers provided must be placed in the following order:
- Screw Head
- Round Washer
- Spring Washer
- Mounting Bracket
Screw the mounting bracket to the ceiling and make sure all connections are secure to prevent the fan from falling. Loosen the two canopy screws from the mounting bracket.
Note: Self-tapping screws are only suitable for wooden ceilings. In case of installing the ceiling fan to concrete ceilings or joists, use a drill for making the holes and stoppers or expansion screws (not included).
Installation of The Down Rod and Hanger Ball
Unscrew the screw on the down rod’s hanger ball, then loosen the hanger ball. Remove the stop pin from inside the down rod and remove the hanger ball from the rod.
Remove the clevis pin and hairpin clip from the down rod.
If you prefer using the longer down rod, install the hanger ball on it and make sure to move the earth wire from one to the other. Pass the electrical supply leads from the top of the motor all the way through the down rod until they come out the other end.
Insert the down rod into the motor housing’s hole and turn it in order to align the holes on both sides with the holes on the down rod.
Pass the clevis pin through the holes so that it passes through the down rod too, be careful not to damage any of the wires. Pass the hairpin clip through the clevis pin so that it is securely fixed.
Tighten all the screws set up to the moment. This will ensure minimum rod and fan tumbling.
If screws are not properly tightened, the motor might oscillate. This could be dangerous.
Once the above steps are all finished, install the hanger ball onto the down rod, insert the stop pin in the down rod and lift up the hanger ball. Then, tighten all the screws firmly so that all the elements are completely and securely fixed
Hanging The Fan to The Mounting Bracket and Attaching the Blades
Lift the fan up to the mounting bracket, insert the hanger ball in the mounting bracket through the opening and carefully let it rest.
Rotate the ball and make sure that the tab located in the mounting bracket is aligned with the hanging balls slot.
When aligned, the fan will automatically sit on its correct position. This will prevent rotation of the rod and fan when the unit is operating.
Remote Control and Wiring Instruction
Place the receiver through the hanging bracket and connect the wires following the colour codes.
Connect the push connectors from the fan to the remote control as stated below:
- Insert the 3P connector of hanger bracket into the AC POWER INPUT socket of receiver
- Insert the 2P light connector of fan motor assembly into the 2P LIGHT socket of receiver
- Insert the 3P motor connector of fan motor assembly into the 3P MOTOR socket of receiver
Refer to the wiring diagram on the following page for detailed information.
Remove the three screws and the lamp holder from the fixing panel.
Insert the blades through the motor housing’s side slots and align them with the 3 holes.
Secure the blades with 3 blade screws and ensure that the 3 blade screws are tightened properly. Do not over tighten the screws as this can damage the blades. Repeat this process for all blades.
Note: if installing more than 1 fan, be careful not to mix blades and screws as each model is designed with specific materials and parts.
Installing The Led Light and Glass Shade
Align the lamp holder’s screw holes with those on the motor and attach both parts by means of the screws provided.
Connect the LED light’s wires to the fan motor’s wires.
Carefully install the glass shade into the main body and turn it clockwise to lock it.
WARNING: Do not overtighten when installing the glass shade.
The direction switch on the fan body controls airflow:
- Winter function: Press the switch UP for the blades to move warm air near the ceiling around.
- Summer function: Press the switch DOWN for blades to create a breeze and improve air circulation.
Warning: Before using the direction switch, turn the fan off and make sure the fan has stopped rotating in order to prevent possible injuries and motor damage.
Change direction by pushing the switch up or down when the fan is off.
Use the remote control to turn the fan on and off and to change speed.
Changing the Light Mode
The light has three inbuilt colour modes. You can cycle through these by turning the light on and off with the button on the remote.
The colour options are: cool white, yellow, and natural.
Cleaning and Maintenence
To replace the remote control batteries, press the battery cover and slide it towards the arrow direction.
This remote control requires 1 x A23 12V battery.
Reassemble the battery compartment cover.
- Always ensure the battery compartment cover is closed properly.
- Never leave the remote control directly exposed to sunlight.
- Do not try recharging the discharged batteries by heating them or with a battery charger.
- Rechargeable batteries are always specified as so.
- Do not throw batteries to fire, it could cause an explosion.
Always turn disconnect the fan from the power supply and allow it to stop before cleaning it.
Clean the outside surface with a soft damp cloth.
- Do not immerse then fan in water.
- Never use scouring pads, abrasive or chemical cleaners.
- Clean your fan periodically. Use only a cloth or brush. Metal finishes are finished with a lacquer to prevent tarnishing.
- Do not allow the product’s inside parts to get wet (especially the circuit board), this could be very dangerous and damage the fan.
- While the product is not in use, make sure it is unplugged from the power supply. To store it, place it in its original box and save it in a fresh and dry place until it is used again.
- In case of fault or doubt, do not try to repair the fan by yourself to avoid risk of fire or electric shock.
The fan does not startup
1. Check all the fuses or circuit breakers.
2. Turn off the electrical power and check all wire connections.
The fan emits noises
1. Always allow a few days “break-in” time for any new fan at medium or high speed. Try to diagnose the exact location of the noise by listening carefully from several sides (blades, motor, light kit, etc.) The fan noise can come from a light kit.
2. Make sure all screws in the fan assembly and light kit are tight and properly threaded. If not, back out and retighten. Tighten these screws at least once a year because they may loosen slowly over time and cause a clicking noise.
3. Make sure the light kit is securely fastened to the fan, and all-glass screws are finger tightened only. Do not tighten with pliers or a screwdriver.
4. Make sure the mounting bracket is installed snugly to the junction box.
5. Make sure wire nuts in the switch housing or the canopy are not rattling against each other or against the housing’s wall. Wrap with electrical tape if necessary.
6. Make sure the canopy is not touching the ceiling.
7. Assure that the screws fastening the blade holders to the motor are tight and the lock washers provided for that purpose have been used.
The fan does not produce much air
1. The fan may be running in reverse, so air is directed upward.
2. The room may contain items that obstruct the airflow.
3. The fan may be too small for the size of the room.
Note: a small amount of wobble is considered acceptable and should not be considered a defect.
1. Make sure the mounting bracket is fixed tightly to the ceiling with no movement at all. Tighten screws if necessary.
2. Make sure all screws holding the blades to the blade support and blade support to the motor are tight. Make sure the light kit and the glass screws are tight.