Directions for Holmes Accutemp Fans


The Holmes AccuTemp fan is a window fan with a digital thermometer that is designed to fit into most window spaces. The fan includes a digital display, three speed settings, extender panel and screen, reversible blades and a limited warranty. Sold on the Internet and in many home retail, department and appliance stores, the AccuTemp fan is generally easy to install and operate. Note that only adults should operate the fan to reduce the risk of injury due to the use of electricity and spinning blades.

Things You'll Need

  • 2 "AAA" batteries
  • Open the battery compartment on the back of the Holmes AccuTemp fan remote control. Insert two "AAA" batteries in the compartment, lining up the "+" side of the battery with the "+" symbol inside the battery compartment for each battery. Push the batteries into place and close the battery compartment.

  • Open the window in which the fan will be installed. Set the fan into the window opening and close the window enough to hold the fan securely in place. Pull out the extender panels on each side of the fan until the fan is firmly positioned in the window. The fan controls should face inside.

  • Plug the power cord into a working electrical outlet.

  • Press "Mode" to turn the fan on. Press again to alter the speed setting. Press it three times for the high setting, two times for the medium setting and once for the low setting.

  • Slide the directional switches, located above each blade, to direct the air flow in the desired direction.

  • Press the "Mode" button until "Auto Mode" appears on the display. Set the desired temperature by pressing the up or down arrow buttons. This allows the fan to turn on and off in order to maintain the desired temperature.

  • Hold down the "Temp Up" and "Temp Down" buttons at the same time to set the timer. The display will flash "00." Press the up and down arrow buttons to select the number of hours for the delay start. The "Timer Light" will illuminate.

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