Interesting to note that the model this manual goes with goes up to 250 RPM, while the newly advertised "Tangiers" (which looks exactly the same as any other ordinary Ritz I've seen) only goes up to 200. Shrinking the motor perhaps?
Various manual pages, all unnumbered and loose. I'll leave it to you to find the various instances of ENGRISH:
There are even "trim pot" instructions!
The 8 1/2 x 11 "Tangiers Series" brochure:
Zoomed in (sorry, the close-up feature on FanCam 3.0 doesn't work very well - or maybe I haven't figured out how to properly use it yet)
Very cool, I saw them on DT but didn't post there yet. I like how they have the tassel part of the pullchain labeled "tassel" on one of the sheets with brown printing. Again, a very interesting bit of Ritz information!
Doubt it, but I'd like to find one. One speed with pullchain reverse (on second thought, guess it could be a Ritz since it has pullchain reverse) I've seen them with arch-end tips on variable speed wall controls, and then there's the one with the super-thick "homemade" looking blades in Adam's gallery. Also note that this particular model has blades similar to those of the "I-fan" Dan is looking for.
Post by Jean Lemieux on Jan 3, 2009 17:20:00 GMT -5
Wow NICE fans.
Obviously the Paramount is like a Progress with a bell canopy.
I think the Tangiers is the fan that was used in the Mythbuster thing right? Note the vents.
Note a the bottom of the 10th page it says: available soon the Ritz 42''.
The 'trim pot' instructions for the variable speed is how to make you fan goes really slow with an adjustment screw hidden behind the bottom plate? Like the solid state wall controls that industrials fans use?