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Cleaning of the fans

The fan collectes dust on the blades i need to know if the fan can be open to clean the blades

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    chandaile198 May 07, 2012

    Hi Mikie,
    Please email me complete photo eassy and instructions.on how to completely disassembled and re assembled the fan. Your help would be highly appreciated.
    Thanks

  • chandaile198
    chandaile198 May 07, 2012

    Hi Mikie,
    Please email me complete photo eassy and instructions.on how to completely disassembled and re assembled the fan. Your help would be highly appreciated.
    My email is " chandaileye@msn.com"
    Thanks

  • Michelle Blair Dec 14, 2012

    Please email me complete photo eassy and instructions.on how to completely disassembled and re assembled the fan. Your help would be highly appreciated. Happy Holidays Michelle

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When I called Seville Support I was told that you can NOT open fan to clean and may not get it together if attempted (glad I stopped when I did!).
You need to use air pressure. After using much of a can of compressed air such as you would use on a keyboard and not getting too far, I broke out my seldom used air compressor which kicked out enough dust bunnies as to block out the sun. Hint: be sure to use outdoors. I'm happy to report both units working as good as new.

Don't have an air compressor? Ask your neighbor, he'll need the correct nozzle to 'blow air' (it comes in handy for many tasks).

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I have completely disassembled and re assembled the fan. Works great again and although slightly complicated can be done with a phillips screwdriver and a bit of ambition. Please feel free to e mail me for a complete photo eassy and instructions.

Chris

Posted on Jul 25, 2010

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    Chris Jul 25, 2010

    you can e mail me at cp_ent at msn dot com

  • deekaycee Jan 24, 2011

    Could you please email the photo and instructions? I am going to attempt to clean mine.

  • sky7sea
    sky7sea Apr 22, 2012

    Would you send me the photo essay and instruction at sky7sea at gmail dot com ? Thank you in advance.

  • Michelle Blair Dec 14, 2012

    Chris If you still have info on cleaning the seville tower fan I could use it.

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    Chris May 12, 2014

    I came back to visit this thread...although the desk top Win 98 died i have saved the photos on my new lap top. Email remains the same and still viable if you wish to contact me.

  • Johnny Lopez
    Johnny Lopez Aug 30, 2014

    Having a hard time with the metal grill. I'm trying not to break any of he plastic. Any hints on gettng i back together?

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You still need to take it apart to get out all of the dust but, if you use an air compressor it does work fairly well. For the Model 1063, you need to take off the top button section first with a flat head screw driver. Then 4 screws on top, to get to the grating in the back. Once those are off, then you unscrew the 4 holes for the grating. then you take off the back cover on the bottom which has 2 screws, then underneath the grating there are 4 more screws to take off. after all of that you can finally take off the final 4 screws on the actual back side of the grating. you will have to shimmy it off, and then go to town with your air compressor. But like "notrealhandy" stated be outside, as you will be surprised how much dust it will hold.

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