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FREE APP DOWNLOAD Sync with our exclusive Modern Forms app to control fan speed, use smart features like Adaptive Learning, create groups and reduce energy costs RF WALL CONTROL F-WC-WT Included with each fan 6 Fan speeds Dims light to 1% ON/OFF WIFI TOUCH PANEL WALL CONTROL F-TS-BK Black F-TS-WT White Sold separately Full app control

2 FR-W1922-56L Table Of Contents 4 1. Safety Rules............................................................................................................................................................................. 6 2. FTC Energy Guide & Specifications....................................................................................................................................... 6 3. Tools And Materials Required............................................................................................................................................... 7 4. Package Contents................................................................................................................................................................... 8 5. Mounting Options.................................................................................................................................................................. 9 6. Installing the Mounting Bracket........................................................................................................................................... 10 7. Attaching the Fan Blades...................................................................................................................................................... 11 8. Hanging the Fan.................................................................................................................................................................... 13 9. Making the Electrical Connections....................................................................................................................................... 15 10. Installing the Wall Control .................................................................................................................................................. 17 11. Finishing the Installation..................................................................................................................................................... 18 12. Installing the Adapter Plate ............................................................................................................................................... 19 13. Installing the LED Luminaire Module................................................................................................................................. 20 14. Wall Control Operating Instructions.................................................................................................................................. 24 15. Application............................................................................................................................................................................. 26 16. Troubleshooting.................................................................................................................................................................... 17. Accessories............................................................................................................................................................................ 28 FR-W1922-56L 3 1. Safety Rules For operation, maintenance, and troubleshooting information, visit modernforms.com/help.

1. To reduce the risk of electric shock, ensure electricity has been turned off at the circuit breaker before beginning. 2. All wiring must be in accordance with the National Electrical Code “ANSI/NFPA 70” and local electrical codes. Electrical installation should be performed by a licensed electrician. 3. To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, personal injury or damage to the fan or other items, the outlet box and support structure must be securely mounted and capable of reliably supporting a minimum of 35 Ibs (15.9 kg). Use only UL/cUL listed outlet boxes marked “FOR FAN SUPPORT.” Use only the screws and washers provided with the outlet box. 4. The fan must be mounted with a minimum of 7 ft. (2.1m) clearance from the trailing edge of the fan blades to the floor and a minimum of 1.5 ft (0.5m) from the edge of the fan blades to the surrounding walls. 5. Never place objects in the path of the fan blades. 6. To avoid personal injury or damage to the fan and other items, please be cautious when working around or cleaning the fan. 7. To avoid electrical shock or damage to the motor or finish, do not use water or chemicals when cleaning the fan or fan blades. A dry cloth or lightly dampened cloth will be suitable for most cleaning. 8. After making electrical connections, spliced conductors should be turned upward and pushed carefully up into the outlet box. The wires should be spread apart with the grounded conductor and the equipment-grounding conductor on one side of the outlet box, and the ungrounded conductor on the other side of the outlet box. 9. All set screws must be checked and re-tightened where necessary before installation. WARNING: Do not install or use your fan if any part(s) is/are damaged or missing. This product is designed for use only with the supplied parts and/

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or accessories designated for use with this product by Modern Forms. Substitution of parts or accessories not designated for use with this product by Modern Forms could result in personal injury or property damage and will void the warranty. Contact an authorized dealer or the manufacturer if any parts are damaged or missing. WARNING: To reduce the risk of electric shock, this fan must be installed and operated with the supplied wall control, or controlled from the Modern Forms app or Wi-Fi Touch Panel Wall Control (not included). WARNING: Do not use power tools to assemble or install your fan. Using power tools can result in improper assembly which can lead to noise or fan damage, personal injury or property damage. WARNING: To reduce the risk of personal injury, do not bend the blade arms when installing the brackets, balancing the blades or cleaning the fan. WARNING: Do not insert foreign objects between rotating fan blades. WARNING: Do not operate fan unless fan blades are in place. Noise and fan damage can occur. WARNING: This appliance is not intended for use by young children without supervision. CAUTION: Before assembling your fan, refer to the “Making the Electrical Connections“ section. If you feel you do not have enough wiring knowledge or experience, have your fan installed by a licensed electrican. NOTE: Before servicing or cleaning the fan, switch power off at the circuit breaker.

FR-W1922-56L 5 2. FTC Energy Guide & Specifications

FAN FAN SIZE VOLTS N.W (lbs) G.W STANDARD ELECTRICITY AIR FLOW ENERGY COSTS* FAN EFFICACY (lbs) High Speed 33W 7469 CFM $9/yr 228 CFM/W PARADOX 56” 120 17.28 24.75 Weighted Average 19W 4761 CFM $5/yr 254 CFM/W

NOTE: These are approximate measures. They do not include amps and wattage used by the light kit. 3. Tools And Materials Required

Phillips screwdriver Step ladder Wire cutters IMPORTANT: Please make note of the MAC ID on the receiver and keep it in a safe place. NOTE: Before discarding packaging materials, be certain all parts have been removed. Electrical tape

NOTE: Place the parts from the hardware bag into a small container to keep them from being lost. 6 FR-W1922-56L

4. Package Contents Unpack your fan and check the contents. You should have the following items: REF. DESCRIPTION PART NO. A Blade Set of 4 (4B1) RPL-F1922-56L** B Hanger Assembly RPL-HGR-ASM-** Hanger Bracket Downrod Assembly --- C Control Receiver w/Hardware F-R3-**** D Canopy w/ Canopy Screw Ring RPL-CAN-CYL** B E Coupling Cover RPL-F1922-CCOV** F Motor Assembly --- G LED Module F4IN-120V-R1-30 H Light Shade (Aluminum and Glass) (1pc each) RPL-F1922-GLA I Blade Holder Ring --- J Adapter Plate --- K Wall Control w/Hardware F-WCBT-WT L Hardware Bag 3/16” x 13mm Philip Washer Head (Customed 15mm) x 13pcs Blade Screws Ø5 x 14 x 1mm Flat Washer x 13pcs Blade Washer 3/16” (Ø5.2 x 8.4 x1.0mm) Spring Washer (1pc) Safety Cable A F G H I C J D Ø6.5” x 19 x 2mm Flat Washer (1pcs) Safety Cable #10 x 76mm Pan head Philips Wood Screw (1pc) Safety Cable 5/32” x 1/4mm Philips Truss Head Screws (Water Proof) (4pcs) For LED Module 5/32” x 12mm S Phil Truss Head screw (5pcs) Bottom Housing RPL-F1922-PARTS L E K

NOTE: ** denotes finish code of fan FR-W1922-56L 7

5. Mounting Options CAUTION: To prevent electrical shock, ensure electricity has been turned off at the circuit breaker before beginning. If there isn’t an existing UL/cUL listed outlet box, please refer to the following instructions. Secure the outlet box directly to the building structure. Use appropriate fasteners and building materials. The outlet box and support structure must be able to fully support the moving weight of the fan (at least 35 lbs/15.9 kg). Do not use plastic outlet boxes. Use only UL/cUL listed outlet boxes marked “FOR FAN SUPPORT.” Secure the outlet box directly to the building structure. Use appropriate fasteners and building materials. The outlet box Support Brace FIG. 1 Joist Outlet Box Outlet Box FIG. 2 and its support must be able to fully support the moving weight of the fan (at least 35 lbs). Do not use plastic outlet boxes. Figures 1-4 are examples of different ways to mount the outlet box. SLOPED CEILING MAX 30° ANGLE Provides Strong Support

NOTE: To hang your fan where there is an existing fixture but no ceiling joist, you may need an installation hanger bar. NOTE: Downrod fans can be suspended up to a maximum recommended length of 72” using additional downrods (sold separately) and the included 80” lead wire. NOTE: The sloped ceiling kit (sold separately) is required for sloped ceiling applications, and will accommodate slopes up to 45° (FIG.3). NOTE: You may need a longer downrod to maintain proper blade clearance when installing on a steep, sloped ceiling (FIG. 3). Mounting Bracket Recessed Outlet Box FIG. 3 Outlet Box FIG. 4

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6. Installing the Mounting Bracket Remember to disconnect the power at the circuit breaker. 1. Remove 1 of 2 screws from the bottom of the mounting bracket and save for use in section 11. Loosen the other screw (FIG.5). 2. Pass the 120-volt supply wires through the center hole in the mount ing bracket as shown (FIG.6). 3. Secure the mounting bracket to the ceiling outlet box with the screws and washers provided with your outlet box. NOTE: Make sure that mounting screws are tight. UL/Cul Listed Electrical Box Mounting Bracket Mounting Screws FIG.5 FIG.6 Mounting Bracket Screw 120V Wire

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7. Attaching the Fan Blades 1. Place blade on motor as shown (FIG.7). and secure with the blade attachment screws and washers. 2. Repeat this procedure with the remaining blades. 3. 3. Secure the lower housing as shown using the 4 screws provided (FIG.8). 4. Turn fan assembly over to assemble the downrod hanger system. FIG.7 FIG.8

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8. Hanging the Fan Assemble upper housing to motor assembly using the 6 screws provided (FIG. 9). 1. Take out the screw located in the hanger ball, lower the hanger ball and remove the cross pin. Remove the hanger ball from the hanger ball/downrod assembly. 2. Remove the clevis pin and cotter pin and loosen the two collar screws from the motor collar. 3. Feed motor wires and safety cable through coupling cover, canopy ring, and canopy. 4. Carefully feed the motor wires and safety cable up through the downrod. Thread the downrod assembly onto motor collar. 5. Align the holes of the downrod and collar and insert the cotter pin and clevis pin. Tighten the two collar screws. 6. Slip the coupling cover, canopy screw ring (painted side down), and canopy (opened side up) onto the downrod. 7. Reinstall the hanger ball onto the downrod, being sure that the cross pin is in the correct position and the screw is tightened. WARNING: Failure to properly install the cotter pin and/or tighten the set screws could result in the fan loosening and possibly falling. Take special care to make sure the cotter pin is reattached. NOTE: Make sure all screws are tightened and that wires are not twisted. Cross Pin Hanger Ball Set Screw Downrod FIG.9

FR-W1922-56L 11 8. Hanging the fan (cont.) 1. Carefully lift the fan motor assembly up to the mounting bracket and seat the hanger ball in the mounting bracket socket. Make sure the tab on the mounting bracket socket is properly seated in the groove in the hanger ball (FIG.10). Rotate the socket assembly until the ball drops and locks into the hanger bracket screw. 2. Secure the safety cable to the building structure using spring washer, flat washer, and wood screw provided. FIG. 10 12 FR-W1922-56L

9. Making the Electrical Connections Remember to disconnect the power at the circuit breaker. CAUTION: If you feel you do not have enough wiring knowledge or experience, have your fan installed by a licensed electrician. NOTE: Installation of this fan requires that a three-conductor cable (including ground wire) be run between ceiling and wall outlet boxes. 1. Insert the receiver into the mounting bracket with the flat side of the receiver facing the ceiling (FIG.11). Follow the steps on the next page to connect the fan to your household wiring. Use the included plastic wire nuts with your fan. Secure the plastic wire nuts with electrical tape. Make sure there are no loose strands or connections. Mounting Bracket Receiver FIG.6 FIG.12 FIG.11

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9. Making the Electrical Connections (cont.) Motor to receiver electrical connections: (FIG.12) 1. Connect the hanger ball/downrod assembly ground wire, mounting bracket ground wire and receiver ground wire to the ground wire in the ceiling outlet box. WARNING: Failure to connect ground wires could result in poor fan control functionality. 2. Connect the red wire from the fan to the red wire marked “TO MOTOR” from the receiver. 3. Connect the gray wire from the fan to the gray wire marked “TO MOTOR” from the receiver. 4. Connect the yellow wire from the fan to the yellow wire marked “TO MOTOR” from the receiver. 5. Connect the white wire from the fan to the white wire marked ‘FOR LIGHT” from the receiver. 6. Connect the black wire from the fan to the black wire marked “FOR LIGHT” from the receiver. Receiver to house supply wires electrical connections (FIG.12): 1. Connect the black (hot) wire from the ceiling outlet box to the black wire marked “AC in L” from the receiver. 2. Connect the white (neutral) wire from the ceiling outlet box to the white wire marked “AC in N” from the receiver. WARNING: Check to see that all connections are tight, including ground, and that no bare wires are visible at the plastic wire nuts except for the ground wire. Outlet Box Black (hot) Black (“AC IN L”) Receiver Red (to motor) Gray (to motor) Yellow (to motor) Yellow (motor) Gray (motor) Red (motor) FIG.12 White (neutral) Green (ground) White (“AC IN N”) Green (Ground) To hanger ball Green (Ground) To hanger bracket White (for light) Blue (for light) Green (Ground) White (for light) Blue (for light)

14 FR-W1922-56L 10. Installing the Wall Control Remember to disconnect the power at the circuit breaker. NOTE: Wall control is intended for indoor installation only. You can control your fan with up to 4 wall controls or remotes (including the pre-paired control). Wall control to wall outlet box electrical connections (FIG.13): 1. Connect the green wire marked “GROUND” from the wall control to the copper wire from the wall outlet box that feeds back to the circuit breaker – important for proper fan function. 2. Connect the black wire marked “LINE IN” from the wall control to the black LINE VOLTAGE wire from the wall outlet box that feeds back to the circuit breaker. 3. Connect the red wire from the wall control to the black wire from the wall outlet box that feeds up to the fan. 4. Connect the white wire from the wall control to the white (neutral) wire from the wall outlet box. FIG.13 White White

White (Neutral) Black (To Fan) Black (From Breaker) Copper Ground Red Black Green (Ground)

Wall Outlet Box Wall Control FR-W1922-56L 15

10. Installing the Wall Control (cont.) Remember to disconnect the power at the circuit breaker. 1. Carefully tuck the wire connections inside the outlet box. Secure the wall control with the 2 wall control screws provided (FIG.14). 2. Attach the wall mounting plate over the wall control and secure with the 2 wall mounting plate screws provided. 3. Fasten the wall plate to the wall mounting plate. NOTE: Fan(s) are required to be installed within 30 feet of the wall control to ensure reliable communication. NOTE: A maximum of 2 fans can operate on a circuit through the wall control. NOTE: A maximum of 12 fans can operation through an on/off switch or breaker when utilizing the Modern Forms app for the fan control (without the wall control in the circuit). Wall Outlet Box Wall Control Wall Mounting Plate

Mounting Screws Wall PlateFIG.14 16 FR-W1922-56L 11. Finishing the Installation 1. Secure all wire connections with supplied wire ties to assist in canopy installation. 2. Tuck connections neatly into ceiling outlet box. 3. Slide the canopy up to mounting bracket and place the key hole on the canopy over the screw on the mounting bracket. Turn canopy until it locks in place at the narrow section of the key holes (FIG.15). 4. Align the circular hole on canopy with the remaining hole on the mounting bracket. Secure by tightening the one screw previously loosened and the one previously removed. 5. Adjust the canopy screws as necessary until the canopy and canopy screw ring are snug. WARNING: Make sure tab at bottom of hanger bracket is properly seated in groove of hanger ball before attaching canopy to bracket. Failure to properly seat tab in groove could cause damage to electrical wiring. FIG.15 FR-W1922-56L 17 12. Installing the Adapter Plate Remember to disconnect the power at the circuit breaker. 1. Remove 1 of 3 pre-installed screws from the mounting ring and loosen the other screws (do not remove). 2. Place key holes in the adapter plate over the 2 screws previously loosened from the mounting ring. Turn the adapter plate until the adapter plate locks in at the narrow section of the key holes (FIG.16). 3. Tighten the 2 mounting screws previously loosened and the 1 previously removed to secure adapter plate. FIG.16 18 FR-W1922-56L

13. Installing the LED Luminaire Module (optional) WARNING: Before starting installation, disconnect the power by turning off the circuit breaker or removing the fuse at the fuse box. Turning power off using the fan switch is not sufficient to prevent electrical shock. CAUTION: To reduce the risk of electric shock, disconnect the electrical supple circuit to the fan before installing light kit. NOTE: If you do not plan to install the luminaire module with your fan at this time, skip steps below. 1. Securely attach the LED wires to the wires coming from the motor. Male to male and female to female.(FIG.17) 2. Secure the LED module with the 3 screws to the mounting plate (FIG.18). 3. Install glass shade by turing it clockwise until it locks securely (FIG.18). 4. If installing the optional metal light cover, make sure it is securely tightened. Glass light shade FIG.17 FIG.18

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14. Wall Control Operating Instructions Restore power to ceiling fan and test wall control as below for proper operation. Pairing the wall control to your fan Your fan is pre-paired at the factory. No pairing is necessary. NOTE: For pairing instructions please skip to the “Pairing” section. Wall Control Button Functions button: Turns the light ON or OFF. Press or hold to increase the light level. Press or hold to decrease the light level. button: Turns the fan ON or OFF. Press or hold the button to increase fan speed. Press or hold the button to decrease fan speed. NOTE: Your fan features 6 speeds. An audible tone will indicate when the speed is increased or decreased. When the fan has reached the minimum/ maximum speed level the audible indication will stop. button: Switch between Summer Mode and Winter Mode. ON-OFF Switch: Pull tab to power off in case of emergency. Not necessary for normal fan operation. ON-OFF SWITCH

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14. Wall Control Operating Instructions (cont.) Summer Mode (counter-clockwise): A downward airflow creates a cooling effect (FIG.19). This allows you to set your air conditioner on a warmer setting without affecting your comfort. Winter Mode (clockwise): An upward airflow moves warm air off the ceiling area and redistributes the warm air that hovers around the ceiling to the living space. This should allow for savings on heating costs (FIG.20). NOTE: To operate the reverse button on your fan, press the button while the fan is running.

FIG.19 FIG.20 FR-W1922-56L 21

14. Wall Control Operating Instructions (cont.) Pairing If you need to re-pair your fan or you want to pair a second wall control: 1. Power cycle your fan by turning off the power at the circuit breaker. 2. Press and hold and buttons on wall control for 10-15 seconds. 3. The LED will blink green then remain solid green. 4. The green LED along with audible beeps will indicate that pairing is successful. 5. Test wall control for functionality. NOTE: Purging must be completed within 3 minutes of turning the power FIG.21 Unpairing NOTE: Purging must be completed within 3 minutes of turning the power on to the fan receiver. 1. When you re-engage power to the fans you want to purge, press and hold the and buttons for 4 seconds. 2. The LED will alternate red/green, blink green, and the receiver will beep to indicate that purging is successful. Multi Location Wiring 1. Install the wall control using the wiring diagram below. 2. Individually pair each of the wall controls with the fan receiver using the pairing instructions in the previous section. NOTE: Pairing must be completed within 3 minutes of turning the power on to the fan/receiver.

Line/Hot W a ll C o n t r o lle r 1 Line/Hot W a ll C o n t r o lle r 2 W a ll C o n t r o lle r 1 W a ll C o n t r o lle r 2 W a ll C o n t r o lle r 3 W a l l Red C o n t r o l l e r 2 Fan W a ll C o n t r o lle r 3 Red Fan

Ground (Green or Bare) Ground (Green or Bare)

Neutral/White If Applicable Neutral/White If Applicable

22 FR-W1922-56L 14. Wall Control Operating Instructions (cont.) Factory Reset NOTE: This will remove wall control and app connections. Press and hold the , and buttons for 10 seconds. 1. The LED will blink red and return to solid red, and the receiver will beep to indicate that the factory reset is successful. Receiver Button Factory Reset 1. Press the button on the receiver until the wall control beeps (FIG.21). NOTE: This will remove wall control and Modern Forms app connections. FIG.21 FR-W1922-56L 23 15. Application In addition to the included wall control, you can control your fan through the Modern Forms app. 1. To use this app, download it for free from the App Store or Google Play. 2. Open the app to create your account. You can also log in using your Facebook or Google account. 3. Next, set up a Wi-Fi connection. You’ll need the SSID and Wi-Fi password for the network you wish to connect to. 4. You’ll receive a prompt to name your fan device and upload an optional picture of it if you choose. App Instructions And Smart Home Device Integration modernforms.com/mfappins 24 FR-W1922-56L 5. The Modern Forms app will walk you through the main screen and show you how to create schedules, change fan speeds, dim the light, switch between Summer and Winter Modes, invite users, create groups and much more. Please refer to the Modern Forms app instructions for more details. NOTE: A maximum of 2 fans can operate on a circuit through the wall control. NOTE: A maximum of 12 fans can operate on a circuit through an on/off switch or a breaker when utilizing the Modern Forms app for the fan control (without the wall control in the circuit). FR-W1922-56L 25 16. Troubleshooting Problem Solution Fan will not start. 1. Check all electrical connections and ensure proper contact. WARNING: Before checking any electrical connections, ensure electricity has been turned off at the circuit breaker before beginning. 2. Check wall control LED indicator light. If LED indicator light is not illuminated when pushing a button, it is not transmitting a signal. Turn off power from the circuit breaker, then loosen the canopy and check all electrical connections according to the wiring diagram in the Making the Electrical Connections section. 3. Assure that there are no more than 2 fans operating on a circuit through the wall control. Assure that there are no more than 12 fans operating on a circuit through an on/off switch or a breaker if utilizing the Modern Forms app (without the wall control in the circuit). 4. Assure that the fan is within range of the Wi-Fi (150 ft) or wall control (30 ft). 5. Make sure the fan blades spin freely. 6. Make sure the black antenna on the receiver is not tangled with any other electrical wires and is extended around the inside of the canopy. 26 FR-W1922-56L Problem Solution Fan sounds noisy. 1. Allow a 24-hour “breaking in” period. Most noise associated with a new fan will disappear during this time. 2. Make sure all motor housing screws are securely fastened. 3. Make sure the screws that attach the fan blades to the fan are securely fastened. 4. Make sure the screws securing the LED luminaire module are securely fastened. 5. Make sure that wire nut connections are not rubbing against each other or the interior wall of the canopy FR-W1922-56L 27 17. Accessories Product Model Description FinishWifi Touch Panel Wall Control Full app control

F-TS BK, WT Rf Wall Control Wi-Fi range: Up to 150ft from router Sold Separately Included with each fan F-WC WT Coupler 6 Fan speeds Dims light to 1% Wall control range: Up to 30ft from fan Works in conjunction with Modern Forms Fan receiv er (Not included)

XF-I Connects two downrods AS, BZ, CFI, DW, GB, GH, GW, LN, MB, MW, OB, SS, TT Slope Ceiling Kit

XF-SCK Designed to accommodate buildings with steeper sloped ceilings up to 45° or 12/12 pitch AS, CFI, LN, SS BZ, DW, GB, GH, GW, MB, MW, OB, TT

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Downrod XF-12 12” in downrod XF-18 18” in downrod XF-24 24” in downrod XF-36 36” in downrod All our downrods are w”I.D. and are threaded on the motor end to create an extra layer of security to allow for adjustments AS, CFI, LN, SS, BZ, DW, GB, GH, GW, MB, MW, OB, TT AS, CFI, LN, SS, BZ, DW, GB, GH, GW, MB, MW, OB, TT AS, CFI, LN, SS, BZ, DW, GB, GH, GW, MB, MW, OB, TT AS, CFI, LN, SS, BZ, DW, GB, GH, GW, MB, MW, OB, TT

XF-48 48” in downrod AS, LN, SS, BZ, DW, GB,

in the field. GH, GW, MB, MW, OB, TT

XF-60 60” in downrod AS, LN, SS, BZ, DW, GB, GH, GW, MB, MW, OB, TT AS, LN, SS

XF-72 72” in downrod BZ, DW, GB, GH, GW, MB, MW, OB, TT

FR-W1922-56L 29 Get Smart works with the Google Assistant The Modern Forms app synchronizes seamlessly with smart home devices you already own. To learn more go to modernforms.com/mfappins Free App Download Sync with our exclusive Modern Forms App to control fan speed, use smart features like Adaptive Learning, create groups and reduce energy costs. Modern Forms App 30 FR-W1922-56L Español For instructions in Spanish please visit the link below. Para obtener instrucciones en español, visite el siguiente enlace. modernforms.com/fan-instructions-espanol Français For instructions in French please visit the link below. Pour obtenir des instructions en français, veuillez visiter le lien ci-dessous. modernforms.com/fan-instructions-francais SCAN AND DOWNLOAD FR-W1922-56L 31 FR-W1922-56L modernforms.com


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