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A conversion kit is used to convert a flush mounted fan to a drop rod style. A Conversion kit will allow a fan to be mounted on a slope up to 40 degrees. Fans which require a conversion kit in order to fit a drop rod - Gemini, Mayfair, Capri, Amalfi.
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Posted by Karl Deakin on 14th Aug 2018
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Does the job but requires a review
Posted by angela on 22nd Jun 2015
The conversion kit in essence does the job - however - it does not contain the required length of electrical wiring/clips associated with the length of extension rod chosen - luckily my partner is an electrician & was able to rectify this himself - but for all you DIY'ers - be prepared to purchase a few extras not contained in the kit.
Ceiling fan convesion kit
Posted by Nigel Bulmer on 22nd Apr 2014
We have a new conservatory with a ceiling height of 13 feet and we needed to lower our existing fan. The conversion kit was easy to install and the fan was up and running soon after to great effect. Good price too!
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Your fan comes with all the fixings required as well as an easy-to-follow installation guide.
Installing a fan is similar to installing a light fitting. Simply wire into your existing lighting circuit (two core and earth). Connect the coloured wires of the fan to the matching coloured wires of your household electricity supply, following the coloured diagrams supplied in your guide.
For peace of mind, many people prefer to have their ceiling fans installed by a qualified electrician. Should you decide to do this, then rest assured, it should be a simple and quick job for them to do. For technical advice please call 08081684535 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
NOTE: Your ceiling should be at least 7ft 6" (2.3m) from the floor and the tips of the fan need to be at least 8" (20cm) away from any objects such as a beam or sloping walls. Please check your ceiling is solidly constructed (eg: standard joists and plaster, not plasterboard) as the fixing point needs to be capable of supporting ten times the weight of the fan due to the thrust generated by the movement of the blades.
Everything you need to install the fan is included in the box. However, if you have a sloping ceiling you may need to purchase an additional mounting. If you have a very high ceiling you or a conservatory, you may need to purchase a drop rod and conversion kit.