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How to clean linda lbx30 fan blades
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: cleaning the blades
An air compressor would work. It might be a bit too powerful for it.
Those cans of air they sell in office supply stores might work too.
(Previous message was posted as clarification, not solution).
Posted on Jul 14, 2008
SOURCE: Cleaning a 14F0 Honeywell Fan
thank you for using fixya. The blade cage has locks and screws that you can remove from the back. once the cage has been removed, you can remove the blade attached to the motor using a vacuum cleaner or you can remove the blades by undoing the screw on the center detaching it from the motor.
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
I am certainly not an expert on this field; yet i have done this my self and this is what i did:
MOst fans have clips.
check where the from and back pieces attach. there should be several clips there remove them and voila.
if not there possibly check the centre pice of fan this may have a screw that holds front and back pieces together as well.
Pllease note you will also have to remove the legs from the side of fan as well. if the pic is the same one you have
Hope this helps
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Posted on Aug 20, 2009
SOURCE: cleaning of the fans
When I called Seville Support I was told that you can NOT open fan to clean and may not get it together if attempted (glad I stopped when I did!).
You need to use air pressure. After using much of a can of compressed air such as you would use on a keyboard and not getting too far, I broke out my seldom used air compressor which kicked out enough dust bunnies as to block out the sun. Hint: be sure to use outdoors. I'm happy to report both units working as good as new.
Don't have an air compressor? Ask your neighbor, he'll need the correct nozzle to 'blow air' (it comes in handy for many tasks).
Posted on May 14, 2010
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