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Q: How do I manually adjust the fan speed?

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How do I manually adjust the fan speed?

The fan speed can be manually adjusted with the fan speed control dial. Turn the control dial clockwise to increase the speed of the fan, or turn it counterclockwise to decrease the speed. When the dial is turned counterclockwise to “0”, the fan will be turned off.

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