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Cleaning the fan

I cannot figure out how to remove the front cover so i can clean the blades...This is a real problem for me and my allergies.

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There are 4 small screws in the rim between the ribs accessible from the back. Remove the screws and the cover will come off.

Posted on Jun 28, 2009

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I have had the same problem. I own a couple and they are not worth the hassle of disassembling. (this being said some fans have removable grills but if your's does not)...While the fan is on or off (low setting) spray a cleaner such as Windex. I've found spraying while on is better. Then stick a long Q-tip about 6" through the grill and onto the blade. As the blade spins on the tip of the swab it will collect the bunnies. Its plastic blade will do no harm and the q-tip will not harm the motor. Turn off blade and the grill when finished and you will just need a few swabs around the grill as the Windex has been spraying out from the fan.

Posted on Jul 02, 2011

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Purchase some canned air and blow it out. they also sell contact cleaner that will spray on and evaporate almost instantaneously

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My Holmes Blizzard Fan is the kind on a pedestal, but if you lay the fan face down on a table and look around the edges you will see little holes where there are screws that are not easily seen. To remove the screws you will need a long narrow Phillips head screw driver.

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