Honeywell Double Blade 16" Stand Fan (HSF1640)

  • Question: How Do I Set Up The Assembly Poles?

    Answer: 

    Pole assembly to the Base:

    Align the pole in the base using tabs as a guide.

    Gently place base on its side.

    Insert and tighten the L shaped bolt and washer on the bottom of the fan base.

    Tighten by turning clockwise (tighten by turning to the Right).

    Blade & Grilles Assembly:

    The small blade is packaged separately in between cardboard apart from the large blade DO NOT THROW OUT!

    Unscrew the blade nut clockwise (by turning to the Right) and the plastic nut counterclockwise (tighten by turning to the Left) and set aside.

    Position the rear grille onto the fan head assembly making sure the two alignment holes are aligned with the two prongs.

    Screw on plastic nut tightly clockwise (by turning to the Right) to attach rear grille.

    Install the blade onto the shaft until the retaining pin fits into the notch on the blade. Now place the small blade on to the shaft making sure the alignment pin is inserted into one of the three holes on the large blade.

    Screw blade nut to the motor shaft counterclockwise (tighten by turning to the Left)

    Mount the front grille and secure using the locking clips.

    Tilt Control:

    The airflow can be adjusted upward or downward by tilting the fan head as desired. To change the tilting angle of the fan head assembly, simply move the fan head to the desired angle.

    Height Adjustment:

    Turn the pole locking nut counterclockwise (by turning to the Left) to loosen the pole. Adjust the pole to the desired height and firmly tighten the locking nut in a clockwise direction.

  • Question: Where Is The Best Location In The Room To Put My Fan?

    Answer:

    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. Circulate cool air upstairs. 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.

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