Question about Honeywell HV-180 Floor / Box Fan
Took the fan face off to clean; the blades also needed cleaned. Two screws and blade assembly came right out. Went to put blade assembly back on and I found two small nuts laying on the counter and I have no idea where they came from. As a result the blade assembly is not secure. I guess I need some kind of "burst-out" drawing to see how the parts go back together.
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
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....
Posted on Feb 08, 2011
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