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How do I remove the back of the humidifier to get at the fan?

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Try this:
Remove *ALL* screws first! (you'd be surprised....)
Take a SMALL screwdriver, or better yet, thin putty knife. CAREFULLY insert it where the back seems loosest (usually half-way up), keep the blade fairly flat against the side and slowly work down. There are probably little tabs that snap into the side, and you want to pry them out (away from the side) without breaking them. Figure on finding two per side, near the top and bottom.

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Posted on Feb 08, 2008

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If you still need help please let me know

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