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should be clipped in place, gently pry at the seams

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How do I clean the table fan? It is very dirty.


Remove the front grille with a phillips screwdriver, there are also two T10 Torx screws on the top and bottom. Wipe everything down with disinfectant wipes. Do NOT use water, with the exception of the front (dry it thoroughly). Don't remove the fan blades. Replace the front grille and screws.

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Hy108tgt


Our HY-108 (not a HY-108TGT) does not have a filter when it was purchased new from a Retailer.

IMHO, Honeywell/KAZ designed these Tower Fans to be disposable if they fail to work or need cleaning.

These Fans are hard to disassemble for service or maintenance, OEM replacement Parts are unavailable to the general public, service documentation is hard to find, and the Tower Fans tend to have a short Product lifespan. THEY BREAK EASILY! The OEM Service Manual points to replacing complete parts assemblies because few electronics diagnostics and no schematics are provided.

The HY-108 case can start to be disassembled (I have done so on ours) by *First* removing the screws and separating/removing the plastic Base from the main Case assembly. *Second* remove the Phillips-Head screws on the back of the Case. *Third*, the internal plastic 6 Tabs that keep the 2 halves held together need to be gently separated - careful, they break easily. You need to gently loosen the internal plastic "Tabs" by using a thin flat-head screwdriver to gently and carefully separate the outer shell cover.

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How can I remove the fan blades from my honeywell table fan? I took the 6 screws out and removed the grill already


First remove the two screws on the back top of fan... then remove little cover on third screw which is located on the bottom of the outer casing.. i used a fork to poke the hole for leverage then pull it out... take out the three screws on the bottom (that hold the stand part of the fan).. now you can start removing the casing.. start to pull apart.. carefully... once you have opened one part you can use a flathead or a butter knife to pry open where there are clips on the sides.. the final clip is under the handle poke that one and your fan should be opened....

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How do you clean the table fan?


You can use a brush with assistance from high pressure compressed air- from a Air compressor or if you reverse the vaccum cleaner ports available in some models.
While the air is blown brush to clean the grill and blades. Use a face mask so as not to inhale the fine dust. Finally clean using a degreaser spray like WD40.

Jul 01, 2011 | Honeywell HT-800 Table Fan

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I have an olsen oil furnace, the problem is the burner will shut down 5 or 6 times before it reaches the set temp, the fan limit control is set at 90 and 120, its a honeywell limit control.


Hello A couple of things.If burner is cycling on high limit ,it can be a air flow problem.Change the air filter.Check the blower wheel that is reasonbaly clear/clean.Also check the intake grille that it is not blocked and all the supply grilles are open.Also mabey the nozzle size can be steped down if the input is too high(a slightly smaller fire).If the blower fan on/off is the problem (as the burner is seperate) raise the 120*f pin to 130*f but hold the wheel disc steady during adjustment.Leave the 90*f at 90*f.

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Removable grilles for easy cleaning?


We just figured this out ourselves. There are four (4) screws on the back of each fan that when undone it releases the grill for cleaning. But the fun part is getting the screws back in to the little holes. But all in all we got it clean...

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Remove grille on fan fan to clean claimsto be easy not to me


I have taken mine outside before and used a leaf blower. Blows all of the dust out and works great on the areas that cant be reached

Apr 06, 2008 | Honeywell HT-800 Table Fan

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The fan has hair and dust trapped inside so it can't turn correctly... it takes awhile to start up and has trouble turning. Is there any way to take it apart to clean it?


just had the exact same problem. there's 6 screws to remove along the back side of the fan grill, 4 of them are philip and 2 of them torx. don't know why they didn't just make them all the same! once the screws are out, you can take off the faceplate. you can then clean most of the fan, however it will be difficult to clean the area near the motor.

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Honeywell HZ517 Baseboard Heater


You can try to disassemble the heater and look for something wrong like a loose wire: in order to do so: Unplug the heater and let it cool completely before disassembling it. Remove the rear grille and the control knobs. Remove the front grille by unscrewing the fasteners on the back of the housing. Remove the front grille by lifting the control housing and pulling the front grille toward you. The motor, fan, and heating element are now accessible for testing and repair. Remove the thermostat from the control housing and disconnect the wires. Remove the heat control's mounting screws and clips to access and disconnect wires. Good luck

Nov 28, 2005 | Honeywell HZ517 Baseboard Heater

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