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Cleaning how do you reccomend cleaning the blades on this fan?

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Turn the fan over. on the back you'll see ten holes around the circumference of the cage. use a torx screwdriver of the proper size and remove them. the front part of the cage will come off. the blades are a press fit over the shaft and locating pin. have someone hold the body and pull off the blade.

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