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Heritage model m52ul manual

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An easy-to-install ceiling fan can make a real difference in your home's climate. A simple ceiling fan is can be more beneficial than other heating and cooling options, as its operating cost is much lower.

Wire A Ceiling Fan

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Hey again Prophecy99, it’s great to hear from you again. That is a great question about the down rod threads. The beauty of this solution is that the threads are needed on one side of the rod which threads into the motor housing. However the connection that holds on the hangar-ball all you need is a hole for the retention pin, no threads needed!

Safety Note: Be sure to read and understand the entire instruction manual before attempting installation. Before working on any electrical circuit, shut off the circuit breaker to the circuit being worked on, mark the panel as “Being Serviced, Do Not Tamper!” and confirm that the circuit is dead by testing with a voltage detector at the box.

Ceiling fans begin to make noise because of improper installation a normal wear and tear. A quick cleaning, maintenance check and tightening of screws will fix the problem.

Here's a list of different scenario's to choose from:

No Switches Controlling the fan. You turn on/off the light & fan from the ceiling fan controls:

However you end up configuring things, make sure that the junction box is supported and augmented by the building structure to a point where it can hold at least 55 pounds - the weight of an average ceiling fan. Remember, your mounting must also be able to withstand vibration while the fan is running, as even a well-balanced fan creates some vibration when it runs.


This diagram is for those who are replacing a light fixture with a ceiling fan. Your existing light fixture was controlled by a switch and only one switch. Chances are, you only have a 8-wire cable ran to the fixture so you would be limited to powering the ceiling fan & light both. Typically using the switch for the light and turning the fan on/off by the fan switch on the unit. Of course this is all based on not replacing the existing wiring that you currently have.