Question about Tower Dryers
Any tower fan is something of a pain to dis-assemble. Lots of screws and tricky plastic parts that snap together in various ways. So I don't take anyting apart on the fan itself. I use an air compressor with a blower nozzle to get the job done. As you blow the fine stream of air over the vents and into various areas at the top and bottom, watch out for dust blowback. As you blow into the center vents/grille, the fan blade will spin around, too. After you've blown out the dust, use a damp rag, along with an old paint brush to clean out the grooves in the vents and grille.
Posted on May 14, 2015
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