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Usually there would be a few screws in the base that need to be taken out and the outer case pulls out. This will expose the fan and filters inside. Hopefully that will allow you to clean the inside. Would not spray any cleaning agents. Just a light vacuum and wipe with clean moist cloth.
How to clean your Dyson Cool AM01 or AM06 desk fan, AM02, AM02 Living, AM02 Mini, AM07, AM07 Living or AM07 Mini tower fan, or AM03 or AM08 pedestal fan.
Your machine may differ to the one shown in the video, but the process for cleaning it will remain the same.
IMPORTANT: Please turn off and unplug your Dyson Cool fan before cleaning it. We recommend using a soft, dry cloth or soft dusting brush to clean the intake holes and loop amplifier. Do not use liquids, polishes or detergents to clean your Dyson Cool fan as this could cause damage not covered under guarantee.
compressed air , you might try bringing it to a electric motor repair shop or a auto shop and ask real nice if they would be nice enough to give your fan a shot of air. a weed blower will work also but not even close to the job of compressed air. last resort is to take it apart totaly and use soapy water and a scrub brush. do not get the motor wet ! and oil the bearings on the motor with zoom spout oil #D01.. and you can milk your favorite fan out for many,many years .. this way is like cheating death! ... jay the pool pump motor repair guy in longwood fl
first you have to remove the two plugs on top behind the buttons remove the two screws next you have to remove the base stand and their is one screw you have to remove then you can remove the front cover and you can get to the motor and fan.
On the backside of the fan at the botton is a little screw cover. Remove the cover then remove the screw. On the backside top of the fan right under the handle are two screws remove both of them. Gently pry the sides apart, about half way down on both sides are two molded clips, you can use a small flat blade screw driver to help seperate the cover.
cleaning the tower fan consists of this, i took the time to figure it out! unscrew top two screws on back of tower fan. then on bottom of tower fan is a screw cover,(pin size hole in middle of circle) pull cover off. unscrew hidden screw, and now with a little force it should pop right off. it exposes the filter and all it interior. front screen does not come off. oh yeah,your welcome!