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Istruzioni per l'uso Tamarack Technologies, Modello HV1600

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Unpacking your HV: When you have unpacked your HV carefully you will find the following: HV1000 HV1600 One (1) HV1000 Whole House Ventilator One (1) HV1600 Whole House Ventilator One (1) White Metal Grille w/(6) Screws One (1) White Metal Grille w/(6) Screws One (1) Electrical Box Cover w/(2) Screws Four (4) #8x3/4 Screws Four (4) #8x3/4 Screws One (1) Hand Held Remote Transmitter One (1) Grounding Screw (green) The Best Location for your HV: The HV should be installed in your attic in a central location within your home. Above a central hallway or at the top of a stairwell will provide the best airflow. The fan can be mounted vertically. > Make sure that there aren’t any pipes, wires, rafters or air conditioning or heating ducts running through the space where the HV will be installed and that the doors will open into an unoccupied area. > Make sure that you have adequate exhaust area out of your attic. This can be accomplished with a combination of roof, ridge or gable end vents. The HV1000 requires a minimum of 3 square feet and the HV1600 requires 5 square feet of attic exhaust area. >Make sure that there is adequate clearance above the fan for the doors to open. The minimum requirement is 12”. > y y! Hy" 221/2” 12” READANDSAVETHESEINSTRUCTIONS4” 63/4” WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK, OR INJURY TO PERSONS, OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING: Use this unit in the manner intended by the manufacturer. If you have any questions, contact the manufacturer. Before servicing or cleaning unit, switch power off at service panel and lock service panel to prevent power from being switched on accidentally. When the service disconnecting cannot be locked, securely fasten a prominent warning device, such as a tag, to the service panel. When cutting or drilling into wall or ceiling, do not damage electrical wiring or other hidden utilities. Never place a switch where it can be reached from a tub or shower. Do not use this fan over a tub or shower. Do not use this fan over cooking appliances. WARNING: To Reduce The Risk of Fire or Electric Shock, Do Not Use This Fan With Any Solid-State Speed Control Device. CAUTION: For General Ventilation Use Only. Do Not Use To Exhaust Hazardous Or Explosive Materials And Vapors CAUTION: This unit has an unguarded impeller. Do Not Use in Locations Readily Accessible to People or Animals. 320 Main Street • Buzzards Bay, Ma 02532 508-759-4660 / 800-222-5932 / Fax 508-759-6001 Installation Tools and supplies needed (Not Included): You will need the following items: two pieces of 2x stock to match your existing framing, a saw to cut the hole in the ceiling, a hammer or screw gun to attach the blocking to the existing joists, a phillips head screw driver to attach the grille, weather strip material and low expansion spray foam sealant. For the HV1000, a single pole, single throw (SPST)wall switch will be needed. 1. The fan housing will fit either 16” or 24” on center framing. Cut two pieces of 2x stock (2 x 6 or 2 x 8 etc.) of the same dimension as the existing joists. Add these pieces of framing to form a box between the joists. (Figure 1). TIP: When the HV is to be installed in a hallway or other location with low ceilings, some homeowners find that building a box out of 2 x 10s or similar material will raise the HV to a position where the sound level will be reduced but the efficiency of the fans will not be diminished. This box should not exceed 12 inches in height. 2. Cut a hole in the ceiling under where the HV will be installed. The hole should be no larger than 14 1/2" x 22 1/2". This will allow for the grille to cover the exposed edges. The suggested method for making the proper sized hole in the ceiling is; cut a pilot hole under where the fan will be installed. (Figure 2) From above, using a saw, cut along the inside edge of the framework removing the ceiling panel and any strapping within the frame. Do not damage electri- cal wiring or other hidden utilities. 3. Install a foam weather stripping or other flexible material (not supplied) on the top of the joists and added framing. This will serve to seal between the housing and the framing as well as dampen vibrations. Check the joint between the ceiling and the 2x stock. Some types of ceilings are spaced away from the joists. Any gap between the 2x’s and the ceiling should be sealed prior to final installation. (Figure 3) Use a low expansion spray foam sealant (not supplied). 4. Set the HV on the gasket with the doors facing to open into the attic. The lower housing will fit into the box with the mounting flanges overlapping the joists. (Figure 4) The HV should not be forced into this opening. Forcing it into place may cause the doors to bind and not function properly. 5. If desired, secure the HV to the top of the joists using the #8x3/4 screws provided. When fastening the mounting flange to the joists care should be taken that all screws are tightened evenly to avoid the door hinges binding. 6. Wire the HV as shown in ...

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