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Cleaning How do you open unit to clean fan?

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  • Anonymous Apr 12, 2008

    How do you open the fan to clean it.

  • Chelton Aug 07, 2008

    How to I open the Aloha Tower Fan to Clean it?

    I have taken out all the screws, but still cannot open it up to clean.

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  • Anonymous Aug 31, 2008

    I was successful in cleaning my Aloha Tower fan yesterday. I took out the screws from under the handle and the one at the lower part of the fan that is covered with a screw cover. I then removed the black cylinder by removing two screws from a brass colored plate at the top of the black cylinder and one screw from the bottom of same. The cylinder can then be taken out completely and everything is easier to clean. I put it back together and it is working great.

  • Anonymous Aug 31, 2008

    how to operate and clean

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On the backside of the fan at the botton is a little screw cover. Remove the cover then remove the screw. On the backside top of the fan right under the handle are two screws remove both of them. Gently pry the sides apart, about half way down on both sides are two molded clips, you can use a small flat blade screw driver to help seperate the cover.

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  • cannh624 Oct 30, 2010

    Once you get it apart and get the cylinder clean, be sure to blow out around the motor at the bottom - vacuuming alone won't do the trick. That made all the difference in the performance of my fan. And, for what it is worth, my fan had a top clip, that needed to be depressed and 3 "clips" (really just indentations on the inside, not visible on the outside) on each side to release the front from the back.

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