Good Installation Practice
Read and understand the instruction.
Different model are different in installation manner.
Inspect the contents in the box.
Defect contents could cause problem.
Insert Pipe Assembly to Motor Shaft with supplied Ellipse Bolt, Plain Washer, Spring Washer, Hexagon Nut & Cotter Pin.
Ensure Switch Lever press the Switch.
Ensure Pipe has been fully tighten to Motor Shaft. Can cause injury if ceiling fan drops.
Ensure all the terminals are connected correctly by qualified personnel.
To avoid electrical hazards.
Safety Wire must be fixed correctly to Motor Shaft ( slanting at 45° ). Ensure the Safety Wire not contacting to the Motor surface.
Can cause injury if Ceiling Fan drops.
a. Make sure all blades have the same weight.
Different weight will cause wobbling.
b. Do not bend the blades.
c. Blade hole must be locked to Cover Hook.
d. Tighten the Blades firmly with Screws.
Can cause injury if Blade drops.
Arrange and tie the Safety Wire as shown in the picture below. Then, firmly screw the Safety Wire onto the Pipe Assembly.
Can cause injury if Ceiling Fan drops
Ensure Upper Canopy not contacting to the ceiling. (5mm gap between Upper Canopy and ceiling)
Can cause Ceiling Fan wobbling and noisy.
CHECK POINT AFTER INSTALLATION
The safety wire is securely fixed onto hanging hook.
Make sure the safety wire is securely loop and screw onto pipe.
Bolt & Nut at Motor is securely fixed to the pipe.
Make sure all the bolt, nut, flat washer, spring washer and cotter pin were properly fix and tighten.
The safety wire is securely fixed to the Motor Shaft.
Make sure the safety wire is slanting at 45° and not contacting to the Motor surface.
Blade hole must be locked to Cover Hook.
Make sure all the Blades are tightly screwed.
Upper Canopy is securely fixed & screw.
Make sure there is at least 5mm gap between Upper Canopy and Ceiling.