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M3520-01 • 04/19/13 • © Hunter Fan Company
What to Expect with Your Installation
Know your wiring
If you are unfamiliar
with wiring, use a
You may need a
friend to help you.
Check box to see
from blade tip
to nearest wall
edge of blade
to the oor
Select a downrod length
w.1 - To reduce the risk of re, electrical shock, or
personal injury, mount fan directly from building
structure and/or an outlet box marked acceptable for
fan support of 70 lbs (31.8 kg) and use the mounting
screws provided with the outlet box.
w.2 - To avoid possible electrical shock, before installing
or servicing your fan, disconnect the power by turning
off the circuit breakers to the outlet box and associated
wall switch location. If you cannot lock the circuit
breakers in the off position, securely fasten a prominent
warning device, such as a tag, to the service panel.
w.3 - To reduce the risk of re, electrical shock, or motor
damage, use only Hunter Solid State Speed Controls.
w.4 - To reduce the risk of personal injury, do not bend the
blade brackets when installing the blade brackets, balancing
the blades, or cleaning the fan. Do not insert foreign objects
in between rotating fan blades.
c.1 - All wiring must be in accordance with national and
local electrical codes ANSI/NFPA 70. If you are unfamiliar
with wiring, use a qualied electrician.
c.2 - Use only Hunter replacement parts.
Assess ceiling angle
Read and Save These Instructions
This product conforms to UL Standard 507.
Must be able to
secure the fan to
building structure or
fan-rated outlet box
for ceilings 8-10 feet high
for fans installed close to ceiling
for ceilings 10 feet or higher
Ceiling angles greater
than 34° will require an
Angled Mounting Kit.
See page 4 for details.