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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yeah easy on the back near the handle there are two screws unscrew them next gently tug the back cover off and it will sound like it is break but it is just unclicking. And as always unplug the thing.
Posted on May 05, 2008
SOURCE: Black & Decker BDTF1010B Tower
when you take all the screws out slide the back down. there is a screw at the bottom holding it from slideing the 9th screw so to speak. you have to take out the u shaped pin on the rod once that u shaped pin is out thats where you will find all the screws to the bracket holding the moter in place take all those out too. it seems like alot but it is really not.
Posted on Feb 23, 2009
Use compressed air to blow the dust etc. out of the unit. You can purchase a can of compressed air from Home Depot or Lowes, or Google "compressed air in a can." Just make sure you clean the unit outside to keep the dust etc. out of your home.
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
SOURCE: cleaning inside the fan
Unplug the unit from the wall for safety. Remove the two screws in the upper hand grip recess (upper back of the unit). The two screws must be completely removed (not just loose and setting in the holes). Once the two screws are out, the back half of the fan cover can be slid downward (some amount of force is needed to unsnap the two halves from each other but be careful since the parts are all plastic and can possibly snap). Once the back is unsnapped from the front, you can lift the back half away from the front half and the inside parts are now accessible. I have found on my fan that it is the top fan shaft / bushing that is causing the squeaking noise that so many have complained about. I have found that periodically lubricating the top shaft/bushing will make the fan sound like new again - for a while. Every 2 - 3 weeks I need to clean (wipe off old lube) and re-apply fresh lube).
Posted on Jun 07, 2009
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