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Congratulations on purchasing your new Avia ceiling fan by Hunter. We'll walk you through installing the ceiling fan, but first, you'll need a few things. First, disconnect the power by turning off the circuit breaker's to the outlet box that's connected with the wall switch location. Install the ceiling bracket. Remove the pre-installed set screw in the housing. Feed the wires from the housing through the down rod. Hand-tighten the down rod at least four to five turns until it can't be tightened anymore. Cut the wires, leaving at least 8 inches extending from the top of the down rod. Strip the wires 3/8 of an inch, or just under a centimeter. Replace the set screw in the housing and tighten it with pliers. Do not hand-tighten the set screw. Put the wires and down rod through the canopy and let it sit loosely on the top of the fan. Place the down rod ball into the ceiling bracket slot. Connect the three grounding wires from the ceiling, down rod, and ceiling bracket by holding the wires together, placing an orange wire connector from the star hardware bag over the wires, then twisting it clockwise until it's tight. Next, use the orange wire connectors from the remote control hardware bag, connect the blue wire from the receiver to the blue wire from the fan. Using those same wire connectors, connect the yellow wire from the receiver to the black wire from the fan. Finally, using the orange wire connectors from the star hardware bag, connect the black, or ungrounded, wire from the ceiling fan to the black wire from the receiver. Then, connect the white, or grounded, wire from the ceiling to both the white wire from the receiver and the white wire from the fan. Place the blue receiver on top of the down rod assembly. Lift the canopy so it fits over the hanging bracket like this. Position it so the screw holes from the hanging bracket and canopy are aligned, then insert the two canopy screws from the circle hardware back. Attach each blade to the blade iron found inside the housing using three blade washers from the square hardware bag and three blade assembly screws from the triangle hardware bag. Take two assembly screws from the hardware bag with three lines on it, and screw them halfway into the motor housing. It doesn't matter which two screw holes you choose. Feed the wire plug through the center hole of the upper switch housing, then put the screws through the keyhole slots and twist counterclockwise. Put the third screw from the hardware bag with three lines on it into place and tighten all three screws. Screw two housing assembly screws from the hardware bag with three lines on it halfway into the upper switch housing. It doesn't matter which two screw holes you use. Connect the plugs from the upper and lower switch housings. Make sure the colored markers on the connectors are lined up. Put the screw holes through the keyhole slots and twist counter-clockwise. Install the third switch housing screw, then tighten all three screws until they're secure. Install a bulb into each of the sockets. Lift the glass globe to align the notches in the globe with the tabs in the light kit and attach it to the light by twisting it clockwise until it snaps into place.