A new set of instructions will prevent your own fan from damaging your ceiling fan.
The instructions, written by an Australian who is based in Melbourne, are a work in progress, and are still being worked on by the company.
The company says the instructions will work with any ceiling fan, and you should check the product description before buying.
If you have a ceiling fan that is leaking, or that is on the way to exploding, the instructions are designed to help you get it fixed.
It says the product should be used “in conjunction with a well-established and reliable and safe air conditioning system and a properly fitted and maintained fan”.
It says you should “not install your ceiling fans in areas that have high humidity, where the air temperature is higher than 60°C, or where you may have a condensation problem or a hot spot”.
It recommends you “use your fan’s safety switch to prevent the fan from turning off or running off during operation”.
The company recommends using a small amount of water and some heat to “cool” the fan, or using an electric fan.
It suggests using a fan blade with a “low fan speed and a low fan torque” and a “small blade”.
The instructions say the fan should be “controlled” so that “it will not overheat”.
It says there is no need to change the fans speed when changing the temperature, because the fans are “controlled and locked to a preset frequency”.
“It is also important to make sure that your fan is properly adjusted and does not turn on or off during the operation,” the instructions state.
They state that a fan is not required to operate at a preset speed when it is “overheating” or “disturbed”.
The product also advises that if you are “trying to control the temperature of your fan”, it is best to use a “high speed fan”.
The company has posted the instructions online, with instructions for the Australian customer.
The instructions state: “The product is designed to be operated with a switch to control fan speed.
This switch must be in the position you need it to be.
A small blade, such as a small electric fan, is recommended.
When operating the product, the fan is controlled by a safety switch.”
A company spokesman said: “We are working on getting this right so that it works for Australian customers, but there are no guarantees and it’s up to the consumer to do their own research and make sure they know the correct product and how it works.”
The instructions are for Australian orders only.