Answer: The HF170 & HF715 fans come fully assembled.
Question: My fan has lost power even when plugged in.
Answer: If you are unable to get your fan to turn on with it plugged in, and you have confirmed that your outlet is fully functioning, the fuse in your Fused Safety Plug may need replacing.
Question: How do I replace the fuse in my Fused Safety Plug? (US Models Only)
Grasp the plug and remove it from the receptacle or other outlet device. DO NOT unplug by pulling the cord.
Slide the fuse cover, which is located on the top of the plug, towards the prongs of the plug (Fig. 1)
Carefully remove the blown fuse and snap a new fuse into place. To reduce the risk of fire, replace fuse only with 2.5 Amp, 125 volt fuse. Fully close the fuse door by sliding back into place. (Fig. 2)
Discard the blown fuse. The plug should now be ready for normal use.
Question: How do I activate the Wide Area Oscillation feature?
Answer: Press the Oscillation button once to turn on and once again to turn off.
Question: Does my fan head pivot?
Answer: Yes for both the HF710 and 715 models the fan head pivots 90 degrees.
Question: Does my fan have a timer option?
The HF715 model has an Auto-Off Timer option for 1,2 or 4 hour settings.
To use, press the Timer button as follows: For 1 hour press the Timer button once. For 2 hours press the Timer button twice. For 4 hours press the Timer button a third time. Press the Timer button a fourth time to turn off.
Question: Does my fan have a remote control?
Answer: The HF715 model comes with a remote control.
Question: Where can I store my remote control when not in use?
Answer: Place remote control in the holder located on the back of the fan base when not in use.
Question: Does the remote control come with a battery?
Answer: Yes, the remote comes with a button cell type battery model CR2025. You will need to activate the battery by pulling the plastic tab.
Question: What features can I use with remote control?
All the fan functions can be controlled using the remote control.
Power Button: Press button for ON Press button again for OFF.
Fan Speed Button: When the Power button is pressed, the unit will default to High Speed. To change, Press button once for HIGH Press button twice for MEDIUM Press button three times for LOW
Auto-Off Timer Button: For 1 hour: Press the button once. For 2 hours: Press the button twice. For 4 hours: Press the button a third time. Press the button a fourth time to turn off Auto-Off Timer.
Oscillation Button: Press button once for ON Press button again for OFF
Question: How do I clean my fan?
Answer: Turn the fan OFF and unplug it before cleaning.
• Use only a soft cloth or cotton swab to gently wipe the fan clean.
• To clean between the grilles, we recommend using a pipe cleaner, vacuum cleaner, flexible dust wand or compressed air to gently remove the dust.
Question: How far away can I feel airflow?
Answer: The effective air flow range of this fan is up to 45 feet when run on its highest setting.
Question: What is the CFM of this fan?
Answer: The HF710 & HF715 Turbo Force Power are capable of producing airflow up to 825 CFM.
Question: What is the Air Velocity of this fan?
Answer: On HIGH, The HF710 & HF715 Turbo Force Power produces windspeed of up to 12mph.
Question: Where is the best location in the room to put my fan?
The best location in the room to place your fan is based on where and how you want cooling relief. However, please read the Important Safety Instructions located in the beginning of each Owner's Manual for further information on proper usage and placement.
For Year-Round Air Circulation:
In the summer: Circulate cool air by using with window or central air conditioning. Honeywell Turbo Air Circulators help lower energy bills by increasing the distribution of cooler air from the AC, creating a vortex of airflow for increased comfort. Increased air flow allows the AC to be used at lower wattage settings to help you save money.
In the winter: Use with other heat sources, such as wood stoves, baseboard heaters, and or vents to help circulate the warm air throughout the room. Position your air circulator in an open location for upward air movement. Run it on a low setting to move the hotter air from the ceiling and circulate the warmer air throughout the room.
Question: If I have any additional questions, who can I contact?
Answer: Please reach out directly to our Consumer Relations department at 1-800-477-0457 or email: [email protected]. Please be sure to have your product model number for reference. You can find the model number on the bottom of the unit.